Hubble Observes Exoplanet Atmosphere!

Exoplanet WASP-33b’s atmosphere has been observed by HSTT and scientists discovered extremely interesting characteristics in its atmosphere! #HubbleHangout

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Hubble, Me and You

Hubble and Me and You: A personal journey of reflection on 25 years of the Hubble Space Telescope and how it continues to inspire.

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The Mystery of Fast Radio Bursts!

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.

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Scott's Taking over StarTalk!

While #StarTalkLive is in California this week for two shows, they’re handing over the reins of their social media to Heather Archuletta and Scott Lewis for the shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles!

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Pint in the Sky

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!

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Know the Cosmos

We are not merely observers of the cosmos, but active participants in it. We are in the cosmos and the cosmos is in us. For us to better know ourselves, we must better know the cosmos.

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Intriguing Atmosphere of WASP-33b

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!

Hubble and Me and You

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.

Scott’s taking over StarTalk!

*UPDATE: The Los Angeles show is completely sold out!* Though StarTalkRadio is based out of New York City, their StarTalk Live events are on the road once again! This time around, they’re stopping in Los Angeles and San Francisco, giving those of you who live in California a special treat. StarTalk live events are just like the regular StarTalkRadio podcasts, with three segments, however they’re performed live in front of an audience and you never know what’ll end up happening! The event in Los Angeles is taking place at the Palace Theatre, hosted by Bill Nye the Science Guy and Eugene Mirman. Along with this dynamic duo are Tig Notaro, Dr. Sue Smrekar and Dr. Abigail Allwood from Jet Propulsion Laboratory! During the show, I’ll be taking the reins of the @StarTalkRadio Twitter account and using the hash tag #StarTalkLive. If you’re going to be in attendance, make sure to use the hash tag and search for me, I’ll be looking for amazing StarTalk fans to take photos with! But wait, there’s more! The following day, up at San Francisco SketchFest, Heather Archuletta (aka @Pillownaut) will be doing the very same, yet in her own amazing way. Heather is no stranger to science, technology and social media! Not only has she worked IT for major tech corporations, she’s moved her career to NASA for space flight simulations! Both Heather and I are extremely excited to unofficially join the StarTalk team and help spread the awesomeness of science to an even larger audience! We’ll be bringing our own perspectives and styles to the StarTalk account, so if you’re a regular...

M82 The Cigar Galaxy

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.

Pint in the Sky – Dark Matter

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.”

Hubble Hangout – WASP-43b

Join the Hubble Space Telescope team as we discuss the extremely hot exoplanet WASP-43b and the amazing discoveries we’ve been able to make about its atmosphere! The #HubbleHangout starts at 20:00 UTC on 6 November 2014.

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