Best supermassive blackhole podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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The Muse Podcast
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Muse are awesome. We all know that, but now you can enjoy some classic interviews we've found in the Absolute radio archives and subscribe here to hear any new interviews we will add when we next meet them. Get more real music at www.absoluteradio.co.uk
 
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The Muse Podcast
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Muse are awesome. We all know that, but now you can enjoy some classic interviews we've found in the Absolute radio archives and subscribe here to hear any new interviews we will add when we next meet them. Get more real music at www.absoluteradio.co.uk
 
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The Lost Animas
Daily+
 
Six and Diva need time to get used to the changes in their relationship, but it looks as if everything will have to wait, because the two trimorphs have disappeared. Only the canths can dimly sense where they are, and what they see appears to greatly distress the animals. Even so, two of the canths insist on accompanying Six and Diva on an insanely suicidal rescue mission, one which will take them right into the heart of the galaxy and the supermassive black hole which lurks there.
 
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The Lost Animas (The Ammonite Galaxy)
 
Book Five in The Ammonite Galaxy series: Six and Diva need time to get used to the changes in their relationship, but it looks as if everything will have to wait, because the two trimorphs have disappeared. Only the canths can dimly sense where they are, and what they see appears to greatly distress the animals. Even so, two of the canths insist on accompanying Six and Diva on an insanely suicidal rescue mission, one which will take them right into the heart of the galaxy and the supermassiv ...
 
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Once In A Fortnight Network
 
Tim knows nothing about baseball. This weeks new beer is Yooper Ale from Upper Hand Brewery. http://www.upperhandbrewery.com/brands/yooper/Other topics discussed:-Hugh Hefner-Twins-Vikings-Beer-Trump-Supermassive Black HolesFollow us:http://www.twitter.com/pilsnerpodcasthttp://www.twitter.com/oifnpodhttp://www.twitter.com/coryjensenhttp://www.t ...…
 
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Foolish Banditos
 
Join the Banditos on yet another caper as we discuss The Occult, Aleister Crowley's many silly hats, Marital Aides, The Freddie Mercury movie, The Joker stand-alone movie, Why the fuck DCEU is doing said movie, Super Massive Black Holes, & pretty much do a Buck-Ee's add without even being endorsed by them!!! Facebook.com/Foolishbanditos Twitter ...…
 
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HAPAPAP Podcast: Opinionated & Non-Expert Discussions
 
LiHo cheese, donation volunteers, a mini sponsorship for Y1 and a new motherfu… show. Do you want to eat the Queen’s favourite butter chicken? How about the cosmic jellyfish? Listen to HAPAPAP Podcast episode 15 to find out more! What did we do last weeeeeeeek 🎶 A1: Finally drank LiHo Cheese & complaints about donation volunteers Y1: Got someth ...…
 
Thank you to our growing Patreon group. Your support is very much appreciated. You can help support SpaceTime too, by becoming a patron...and we have rewards for you. Do your bit to keep Stuart fed and housed... details at our Patreon page... https://www.patreon.com/spacetimewithstuartgary Stream episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com (mobile f ...…
 
Thank you to our growing Patreon group. Your support is very much appreciated. You can help support SpaceTime too, by becoming a patron...and we have rewards for you. Do your bit to keep Stuart fed and housed... details at our Patreon page... https://www.patreon.com/spacetimewithstuartgary Stream episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com (mobile f ...…
 
We bring you episode 3 of Mimosas After 1 with @TheCoolestNWord, @EyobMhmm and @hexkittenx. Produced by @jalalsully.This week we talk Rob Kardashian getting finessed, having safe unprotected sex, 5 steps to getting over your ex and more.
 
Just a couple of weeks ago, astronomers from Caltech announced their third detection of gravitational waves from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory or LIGO. As with the previous two detections, astronomers have determined that the waves were generated when two intermediate-mass black holes slammed into each other, sending o ...…
 
Just a couple of weeks ago, astronomers from Caltech announced their third detection of gravitational waves from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory or LIGO. As with the previous two detections, astronomers have determined that the waves were generated when two intermediate-mass black holes slammed into each other, sending o ...…
 
Just a couple of weeks ago, astronomers from Caltech announced their third detection of gravitational waves from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory or LIGO. As with the previous two detections, astronomers have determined that the waves were generated when two intermediate-mass black holes slammed into each other, sending o ...…
 
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The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009
 
Description: Black holes power the most luminous objects in the universe. Active galactic nuclei (AGN) are powered by supermassive black holes. In this podcast, Dr. Stephanie Juneau discusses recent research on obscured black holes. www.noao.edu Short bio: Dr. Stephanie Juneau ( @StephaJuneau ) works on the NOAO data lab and active galactic nuc ...…
 
Kevin DeBruin of fitrocketscientist.com joins us to talk about the upcoming NASA missions to the Jovian moon Europa. We also dive a bit into science outreach and how to best communicate your excitement for space to others. In Space News: James Webb Space Telescope set to begin biggest tests yetX-37B lands after 2 year missionWaves of lava seen ...…
 
Astronomers have determined the Big Bang occurred about 13.8 billion years ago and have evidence from the SDSS that supermassive black holes with masses of about a billion times that of the sun existed by about 12.8 billion years ago.
 
Astronomers have determined the Big Bang occurred about 13.8 billion years ago and have evidence from the SDSS that supermassive black holes with masses of about a billion times that of the sun existed by about 12.8 billion years ago.
 
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The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009
 
http://www.unawe.org/kids/unawe1717/ What’s invisible, 160 million times more massive than the Sun, and on the move? A newly discovered runaway supermassive black hole! While smaller black holes can be caught wandering between the stars, supermassive black holes are normally only found at the very center of galaxies. Which is why a team astrono ...…
 
Stream Episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com or www.spacetimewithstuartgary.com (both mobile friendly) * A Mysterious new object suddenly discovered near one of the best ever studied black holes Astronomers have discovered a mysterious bright new object near one of the best studied supermassive black holes in the universe. The newly discovered ...…
 
Stream Episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com or www.spacetimewithstuartgary.com (both mobile friendly) * A Mysterious new object suddenly discovered near one of the best ever studied black holes Astronomers have discovered a mysterious bright new object near one of the best studied supermassive black holes in the universe. The newly discovered ...…
 
This episode of "What's Up?" we discuss an exciting story about a lava lake on Jupiter's moon Io, the return of the secretive X-37 space plane, and supermassive blackholes. Listen Now! For more information on the Royal Observatory Edinburgh and the events on offer, click here. Music by: Lino Rise Title: “Intro Eagle One” Source: https://soundcl ...…
 
One of the things I love about astronomy is how it’s rapidly changing and evolving over time. Every day there are new discoveries, and advancements in theories that take us incrementally forward in our understanding of the Universe. One of the best examples of this is dark matter; mysterious and invisible but a significant part of the Universe ...…
 
One of the things I love about astronomy is how it’s rapidly changing and evolving over time. Every day there are new discoveries, and advancements in theories that take us incrementally forward in our understanding of the Universe. One of the best examples of this is dark matter; mysterious and invisible but a significant part of the Universe ...…
 
One of the things I love about astronomy is how it’s rapidly changing and evolving over time. Every day there are new discoveries, and advancements in theories that take us incrementally forward in our understanding of the Universe. One of the best examples of this is dark matter; mysterious and invisible but a significant part of the Universe ...…
 
Our feature interview is with Dr. Anthony Horton – Instrument Scientist at the AAO who tells us all about life as an Instrument Scientist for AAO and the Huntsman Telescope and the Space-Eye CubeSat telescope project.In our regular Astrophotography and observing feature, Dr Ian ‘astroblog’ Musgrave gives us the skinny on the great current condi ...…
 
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NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory Podcasts
 
Giant black holes are generally stationary objects, sitting at the centers of most galaxies. However, using data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes, astronomers recently hunted down a supermassive black hole that may be on the move.
 
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The Beautiful Universe: Chandra in HD
 
Giant black holes are generally stationary objects, sitting at the centers of most galaxies. However, using data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes, astronomers recently hunted down a supermassive black hole that may be on the move.
 
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StarDate Premium Audio
 
A galaxy merger can be messy. Stars in the two galaxies are stirred up like chocolate chips mixed into a batch of cookie dough. Some stars are tossed out of the galaxies, while gas clouds slam together to give birth to new stars. And the central black holes of the two galaxies spiral together, setting off their own fireworks when they merge. Su ...…
 
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StarDate Premium Audio
 
A galaxy merger can be messy. Stars in the two galaxies are stirred up like chocolate chips mixed into a batch of cookie dough. Some stars are tossed out of the galaxies, while gas clouds slam together to give birth to new stars. And the central black holes of the two galaxies spiral together, setting off their own fireworks when they merge. Su ...…
 
The night sky, is the night sky, is the night sky. The constellations you learned as a child are the same constellations that you see today. Ancient people recognized these same constellations. Oh sure, they might not have had the same name for it, but essentially, we see what they saw. But when you see animations of galaxies, especially as the ...…
 
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