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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 29, 2016

Rosetta mission is coming to an end on September 30th, that is why on this episode we discussed the whole mission, from its beginning to the final end, we also talk about the communication aspect of this mission because it was really important, How did the campaign begin? How did they come up with the cartoons? Why was Rosetta twitting in first person? And of course, as always, so much more.

Sep 25, 2016

¿Qué es una galaxia activa?¿Qué diferencia existe entre un cuásar y una galaxia Seyfert?¿Podría la Vía Láctea volverse activa? Conversación con Cristina Ramos del Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias sobre su investigación, hablamos de astronomía infrarroja, de galaxias activas, ¿cómo medir el calor de un agujero negro?, estadística bayesiana, el proceso de selección de tiempo de observación en ALMA, y como siempre, mucho más.

The post Episodio 76. Galaxias activas y agujeros negros supermasivos appeared first on AstroBlog.

Sep 25, 2016

How we discover the accelerating universe? Who did that? How is life after winning a Nobel Prize? A conversation with the Nobel Prize winner dr. Brian Schmidt, How did he become interested in astronomy? How did the Nobel Prize change his life? Why is the universe speeding up? What is dark energy? And of course, so much more.

 

Sep 17, 2016

¿Habrán planetas en nebulosas planetarias? Por qué faltan nebulosas planetarias en nuestra galaxia?¿Por qué son tan importantes estos objetos? Conversación con Liz Guzman sobre la importancia de las nebulosas planetarias, cómo se crean, qué elementos poseen, por qué tienen esas formas, estudio multibanda y mucho más.

The post Episodio 75. Nebulosas planetarias, el futuro de nuestro Sol appeared first on AstroBlog.

Sep 16, 2016

On this episode, we talked about quasars, long baseline interferometry, radioastronomy, the Hubble Space Telescope, LOFAR telescope in the Netherland, the theory of the Steady State, Challenger disaster, Jan Oort, the Universe Awareness program, and so mu

Sep 10, 2016

¿Cómo nacen las estrellas supermasivas?¿Qué elementos seguimos sin comprender? Conversación con Yanett Contreras sobre su trabajo en el nacimiento de estrellas supermasivas, cómo se estudia, la importancia de comprender éstos objetos, el trabajo con ALMA, ¿cómo es estudiar astronomía? Conversamos además sobre el por qué hay más astrónomos hombres que mujeres y cómo se puede mejorar esto.

The post Episodio 74. ¿Cómo se forman las estrellas supermasivas? appeared first on AstroBlog.

Sep 9, 2016

¿What is a supermassive star?¿How many are there in our galaxy?¿can they trace the stellar formation process? Conversation with Eleonora Zari who is working on her PhD in Leiden University trying to use the upcoming Gaia data to solve the problem of supermassive star associations in the orion constellation to understand the history of star formation in the Milky Way galaxy.

Sep 4, 2016

Is Einstein wrong? What is dark energy? What is dark matter? What is Relativity? On today’s episode, I talk with Jackson Said from the University of Malta about his research on Modified Gravity as a way to get rid of the dark “stuff” problem. We talk about gravity, Einstein theory of relativity and so much more.

Sep 4, 2016

What is radio astronomy? How big is going to be the next generation radio telescope? What is SKA? This is the first episode of a weekly podcast about the fascinating world of astronomy. On today’s episodio I have a conversation with Phil Diamond, who is the Director General of the Square Kilometre Array, we talk about the science behind this telescope, from the original idea to where they are today. Are we going to prove Einstein wrong? How are we going to be able to see the early universe? All of that and so much more on this first episodio of Astronomy et al.

Sep 4, 2016

¿Por qué se está hablando tanto sobre este nuevo planeta?¿Qué características posee?¿podremos viajar a él?¿Cómo serían los árboles en próxima b? Conversación con el investigador principal del proyecto que encontró un planeta en torno a la estrella más cercana al Sistema Solar, Guillem Anglada-Escudé. Conversamos acerca de las motivaciones, la historia detrás del proyecto Pale Red Dot donde se realizó divulgación mientras se hacía la investigación, ¿cuáles son las características de próxima b?¿tendrá atmósfera? Por supuesto conversamos en detalle sobre los nuevos métodos utilizados para que llevaron a este importante descubrimiento

The post Episodio 73. Próxima b ¿será un planeta similar a la Tierra? appeared first on AstroBlog.

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