Conversations with an Astrophysicist is back, with a very special guest: Emily Petroff. Emily is a PhD candidate at the University of Swinburne and is an expert in the field of the mysterious Fast Radio Bursts. Though astronomers still aren’t sure what they are, they’re learning more and more about them and how to detect them easier.
Sometimes there’s nothing better than grabbing a pint with some friends. Now, what if those friends were astrophysicists? Pint in the Sky is precisely that, where Dr. Katie Mack and Dr. Alan Duffy have a relaxed conversation about some of the most fascinating things in the entire cosmos!
Prior to a workshop at the Space Telescope Science Institute, the Hubble team meets with astronomers to discuss how important data simulations are to understanding the Universe with observations.
The exoplanet WASP-33b’s atmosphere’s been observed by the Hubble Space Telescope and scientists have discovered some extremely interesting characteristics in its atmosphere! Tune in for the #HubbleHangout on Thursday, 23 July 2015 to see the live discussion with the Hubble team and the scientists involved!
I barely scratched the surface of what the Hubble Space Telescope has achieved this quarter century, and yet somehow I have found myself in a position to where I make the majority of my income sharing the profound stories of science, exploration, collaboration and innovation that this remarkable observatory has taken on.
This beautiful starburst galaxy resides 12 million light-years away from us, yet is the closest galaxy of its type to our Milky Way galaxy. Its designation as a starburst galaxy leaves little to the imagination as to what’s happening inside, where stars are forming around 10 times faster than they are in our galaxy.
Alan and Katie have decided to bring back Pint in the Sky after going on hiatus for a few months! For their triumphant return, our favourite pub-going astrophysicists decide to tackle the ominously named “Dark Matter.”