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Witness our universe in a whole new way! This video series (in 720p High Definition for Apple TV and hi-res monitors) highlights some of the most exciting discoveries from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. In-depth 'Showcase' features, striking 'Gallery Explorer' montages, and other whimsical specials take you beyond the visible to a universe of dust and stars hidden from Earth-bound eyes. Spitzer is the infrared component of the NASA Great Observatory program which also includes Hubble (visib ...
 
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Witness our universe in a whole new way! This video series (in 720p High Definition for Apple TV and hi-res monitors) highlights some of the most exciting discoveries from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. In-depth 'Showcase' features, striking 'Gallery Explorer' montages, and other whimsical specials take you beyond the visible to a universe of dust and stars hidden from Earth-bound eyes. Spitzer is the infrared component of the NASA Great Observatory program which also includes Hubble (visib ...
 
This video series (formatted for standard definition portable players) showcases some of the most exciting discoveries in infrared astronomy from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Looking beyond the visible spectrum of light, Spitzer can see a whole new universe of dust and stars hidden from our Earth-bound eyes. Spitzer is the infrared component of NASA's Great Observatories program, which also includes Hubble (visible), Chandra (x-ray), and Compton (gamma ray). This series is also available ...
 
This Week in Space Telescopes is a weekly podcast dedicated to bringing you the latest science and mission updates from humanity’s eyes in space.Each week, your hosts Tony Darnell (Deep Astronomy) and Dr. Carol Christian (Center for Emerging Media) bring you everything you need to know about the fascinating world of space telescopes.
 
A Mix Of Diverse Sounds For Inner Space Explorers. Hosted by Symbolized (@symbolized). Podcast available on iTunes, Stitcher and TuneIn.NEW RELEASE:"Figures: 01-09" by SymbolizedAvailable on iTunes, Spotify and Google Play
 
The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is a project that is publishing one podcast per day, 5 to 10 minutes in duration, for all 365 days of 2009. The podcast episodes are written, recorded and produced by people around the world. We are looking for individual
 
Geek Culture Through The Spyglass Of Faith
 
The SunbYte project aims to revolutionise solar telescope technology by creating a low cost telescope using novel manufacturing techniques such as 3D printing, Arduino controllers and Raspberry Pi computers. The Sunbyte team is made up of an interdisciplinary student group from across the University of Sheffield. Watch the students use a balloon to send their telescpoe up into the atmosphere, overcoming technical challenges along the way.
 
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Radio Astronomy
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The monthly astronomy podcast from the makers of BBC Sky at Night Magazine
 
Telescopes and spectrographs - for iBooks
 
Ian Morison tells you what can be seen in the night sky this month.
 
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At The Eyepiece
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Welcome to the At The Eyepiece Show! This is an astronomy based podcast that is devoted to discussing astronomical equipment, visual and electronically assisted observing, stargazing tips, observing reports and equipment reviews. We don't focus on the science of astronomy, there are plenty of shows out there to do that. The focus of At The Eyepiece Show are the backyard stargazers that enjoy taking their telescopes out under the stars, and those individuals wishing to join our ranks. After a ...
 
Hosted by an amateur astronomer, AstrotalkUK is podcast looking at the role, activities and achievements of amateur astronomers in the UK. Mostly a prerecorded mp3 audio file but occasionally accompanied by a video too. The internet being what it is, content will not be limited to the UK nor will the contributors always be amateur astronomers.
 
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StarDate Podcast
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StarDate, the longest-running national radio science feature in the U.S., tells listeners what to look for in the night sky.
 
It's the series Aint-It-Cool-News calls ''the most (intentionally) hilarious series of educational films you'll find...the pieces carry a Muppets-esque charm.'' Alan Dyer at Discovery.com says it's ''a lot of fun, and breaks the mold for NASA videos.'' Recently a top-10 finalist for ''Best Science/Technology Podcast'' at the 2008 Podcast Awards, IRrelevant Astronomy is packed with CG animation and snarky humor, all wrapped around the latest astronomy news and science from NASA's Spitzer Spac ...
 
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ESOcast HD
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ESOcast is a video podcast series dedicated to bringing you the latest news and research from ESO, the European Southern Observatory. Here we explore the Universe's ultimate frontier with our host Doctor J, a.k.a. Dr. Joe Liske.
 
Cheap Astronomy offers you 10 minute weekly podcasts on a wide range of astronomy, astrophysics, cosmology, space science and space exploration topics. At Cheap Astronomy you're only as cheap as the telescope you're looking through.
 
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ESOcast SD
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ESOcast is a video podcast series dedicated to bringing you the latest news and research from ESO, the European Southern Observatory. Here we explore the Universe's ultimate frontier with our host Doctor J, a.k.a. Dr. Joe Liske.
 
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Ask an Astronomer
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Real NASA astronomers answer questions about the exciting science of astronomy.
 
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Cosmic Chatter
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Keep up with the latest in astronomy, space science, and human exploration in this public-level podcast. For more Cosmic Chatter, visit www.cosmicchatter.org or follow @cosmic_chatter on Twitter
 
It's the series Aint-It-Cool-News calls ''the most (intentionally) hilarious series of educational films you'll find...the pieces carry a Muppets-esque charm.'' Alan Dyer at Discovery.com says it's ''a lot of fun, and breaks the mold for NASA videos.'' Recently a top-10 finalist for ''Best Science/Technology Podcast'' at the 2008 Podcast Awards, IRrelevant Astronomy is packed with CG animation and snarky humor, all wrapped around the latest astronomy news and science from NASA's Spitzer Spac ...
 
The South West Astronomy Observers Group (SWAOG) is a group of Amateur Astronomers who host a weekly astronomy program via a Ham Radio Network
 
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NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope is a space-based infrared observatory, part of NASA's Great Observatories program (which also includes Hubble, Chandra, and Compton). These podcasts offer information about the science discoveries, astronomy, and more.
 
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Right Ascension
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A blog (and podcast series) to celebrate the International Year of Astronomy (2009), with regular (and spontaneous) comments and features on astronomy and astrophysics from an ex-professional, but still devout cosmologist!
 
Whether through a telescope, microscope, or stethoscope, we have been trying to understand ourselves and others for as long as any of us can remember or the history books have recorded. In the past century and a half there has been a massive collection of information from numerous sources, comprising what we now refer to as psychology. Yet, even though we have so much information, the general awareness or use of this technology is very limited. Or worse yet, we think we “know” more than we r ...
 
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Crrow777Radio.com
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Crrow777 has been filming and questioning space, the moon and our sun for many years and has many thousands of hours of observation and filming time through large telescopes.
 
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Sky Tour Podcasts
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Al & his friend Paul sit down in Al's condo and talk about things like eating sub sandwiches in your car, trying to avoid teenagers at all costs and spying on your neighbors through a telescope (when you were a kid of course)
 
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Skywatch - MP3
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It's a big sky -- someone has to watch it. This quick, weekly audio broadcast explores the astronomy news of the day, with topics ranging from dark matter to nearby planets. Join hosts Carol Christian of the Space Telescope Science Institute and Jim O'Leary of the Maryland Science Center for the latest buzz on space. SkyWatch also includes HubbleWatch, news stories from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.
 
Mike Murray from the Delta College Planetarium takes a look at what's up in the night sky. Things are happening all the time in the backyard universe, and many of them don't require a telescope to see and enjoy.
 
Free monthly Australian night sky mp3 audio guides, produced by Sydney Observatory. Published at the beginning of each month, usually around 20 minutes long, and including information about what you are likely to be able to see in that month's Australian night sky, including constellations, stars, the Sun, Moon, planets, astronomy, telescopes and astronomical mythology.
 
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Star Hopping
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In this series of programs we’ll show you the most beautiful sights in the night sky, and explain exactly how to find them with your binoculars or telescope.
 
A periodic audio/video feature from McDonald Observatory showcasing the Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment.
 
Ever wonder about radio astronomy? Join us at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, WV for fascinating interviews with astronomers who are using the largest fully steerable telescope in the world: The Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telelscope. Each episode is about 20-30 minutes in length.
 
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Looking Up
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Five minutes at the end of each week explores the big and the small questions in astronomy, cosmology, and space science. Hosted by Kechil Kirkham, no subject is too big or too small, and experts are regularly brought on board to illuminate and excite. Cape Town is the place to be for astronomy, with some of the largest telescopes in the world housed or being built not too far away. Looking Up takes advantage of the shoals of scientists and engineers working on the planet’s most advanced ast ...
 
Multi-wavelength astronomy - the study of the universe at wavelengths beyond the visible, has revolutionized our understanding and appreciation of the cosmos. Hubble, Chandra, and Spitzer are examples of powerful, space-based telescopes that complement each other in their observations spanning the electromagnetic spectrum. NASA's Braille book "Touch the Invisible Sky" presents the first printed introduction to modern, multi-wavelength astronomy studies to the sight disabled community.
 
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IMAX Hubble 3D
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Join STS-125 astronaut Mike Massimino as he goes behind the scenes at NASA to talk about what was involved in repairing one of the most powerful scientific instruments ever built: The Hubble Space Telescope.
 
Love to get outdoors and discover the stars? Space and Exploration is the show for you. We review telescopes, stargazing books and interview naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week. (Wikipedia)
 
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Feature Content: Amazon is set to spend one billion dollars on a new five season Lord of the Rings TV show. The show will begin with a focus on young Aragorn. Science Segment: Doctors are prescribing poop to help people with intestinal woes. The Telescope A Strong and even dangerous good is a major theme in the LOTR universe. That is also a maj ...…
 
Coming up in this episode… Mini Brains Robots Google Duplex Listen below with the audio player or Click Here for complete show notes and video from the show. Feedback On This Day In History for May 16, 2018 This is the 136th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 229 days remaining in 2018. It was on this date in 1568, that Mary, ...…
 
WelcomeTech News Pivotal IPOFacebook Revenue SurgesHotel Master Key Hack Sports News NFL - DraftNBA -playoffsNHL -playoffs Placing Bets Who will be the most worn out in Vegas? Big Topic Infinity Wars!!! This week/day in tech history April 25, 1990: Hubble Space Telescope deployedApril 23, 2005: 1st YouTube video uploaded. Me at the zoo.April 22 ...…
 
AUTHOR. (Photo: Strong gravitational lensing as observed by the Hubble Space Telescope in Abell 1689 indicates the presence of dark matter—enlarge the image to see the lensing arcs.) http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contact http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedules Twitter: @BatchelorShow Never seen before: "A galaxy lacking dark matter." Pieter van D ...…
 
How do we make the greatest change in the world? Well, we improve brain capacity at Neurohacker Collective. When people are smarter, more productive, able to reason better, and are able to consciously connect better, then the world changes. That's a big step for both the world and taking the human system to the next level. - Dr. Daniel Stickler ...…
 
Author Robert Zimmerman talks about his stating with Cave Exploration to the study and exploration of space. Robert Zimmerman is an award-winning space historian, writing articles and books on issues of science, history, technology, and culture. His newest book, "The Universe in a Mirror: the Saga of the Hubble Space Telescope and the Visionari ...…
 
What's up Diamonds, Ready for another throwback fashion? Check out my slideshow and you will see some 90's fashion...personally I think we were a little confused I mean the hairstyles was cool but the fashion was a little wacky some of the time. The 90's for me was spent dancing and clubbing I would have liked to be at the club every weekend bu ...…
 
For centuries, the people of the British Isles marked the beginning of summer not on the solstice, in June, but on May 1st. It’s a cross-quarter day, which comes roughly half way between a solstice and an equinox. In Scotland and Ireland, the date was known as Beltane. People built bonfires to celebrate the longer days, and held rituals to prot ...…
 
This week we discuss taking kids to the theater (shhhh), geeking out on telescopes, how Elon Musk has done it again and the future demise of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
 
This short’s timeline is built around one fictional day on the beautiful island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands. It starts with the beautiful sunrises above the sea of clouds. Then embark on a journey around the island, visiting the Cacti of the south or the humid forests of the north. As the day unfolds we progressively climb the volcano to ...…
 
Colin recaps the first round of the NFL draft, why the Cleveland Browns made a mistake drafting Baker Mayfield, why QB Sam Darnold was the best QB in the draft, and what he thought of Josh Rosen's comments. Guests include Sam Farmer, Rob Ryan, Bucky Brooks, and Tom Telesco.
 
Are there other Earth-like worlds in the universe at the right size and with the right atmosphere to support life? That’s what astronomers are trying to figure out right now.One candidate for such a planet is Proxima b, an exoplanet that orbits the closest star to our sun. Carolina researchers recently conducted a study using a first-of-its-kin ...…
 
On April 24, 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope was launched into low Earth orbit. Over its 28- year career, Hubble has helped scientists make incredible discoveries, from evidence of dark energy in the early universe to comets whizzing into our solar system. Museum Astrophysics Curator Michael Shara, who worked with the Hubble mission during his ...…
 
Join Alex & Jess this week as they discuss one of their favorite movies of all time, PCU. Also, we wish a happy 28th birthday to the Hubble Telescope, enjoy!
 
Matt responds to some of the most frequently voiced charges against Star Wars TLJ. Namely, that Rey is too powerful, the problems with the "light speed ram", and the Luke Skywalker story arc. Matt love the Luke arc, by the way. Here why and some of the things he hopes to see in Episode 9.
 
I had an embarrassing moment today that I will call my elevator fail. While on the elevator in my building I acted like a mumbling fool. My fail will not teach me any lesson as I am sure to fail in the same way again at some point of my future elevator adventures. Are you afraid of restroom and the germs whom lurk in their germ ways? I am! Do y ...…
 
I have spoken about radio astronomy, so it makes sense to move on to infrared astronomy. The method for gathering infrared data involves telescopes mounted in planes that can fly above Earth's atmosphere, and there is a rich history of airborne astronomy. Two topics in one!
 
NASA’s latest exoplanet hunting mission is due to launch this week. It will look for Earth-like planets closer to home than the previous Kepler exoplanet mission. By looking at stars hundreds of light years away, rather than thousands, scientists will be able to use ground based telescopes to learn more about rocky planets. Roland Pease talks t ...…
 
New Show - UFO Buster Radio: The Reruns will air old shows every Sunday. Link: https://www.spreaker.com/show/ufo-buster-radio-the-rerunsManny’s Updated Google+ Profile: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MannyMoonraker“Out Of This World” UFO Festival and Conference in Edinburg TexasArticle Link: http://www.themonitor.com/entertainment/article_f03f408 ...…
 
Coming up in this episode… Nasa Hubble Dinosaurs Listen below with the audio player or Click Here for complete show notes and video from the show. Feedback Postcard from Jorge On This Day In History for April 11, 2018 This is the 101st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 264 days remaining in 2018. It was on this date in 1951, ...…
 
Play-do was the key factor in catching a crook...a man hides in a big package in an effort to steal what else is inside the delivery truck...and a man carrying a telescope got mistaken for a sniper!By buehlein@sagacom.com (Brad and John).
 
[INTRO]BEST BEHAVIOUR PLEASE ... IT'S TEAM PICTURE DAY! [THE MAGIC BISCUIT TIN]Josh McCarthy, Team Picture & the Lemon Tart [NR] Is This Man Bothering You? - #TheFernweh soundcloud.com/the-fernweh Sand On Fire - #KitchensOfDistinction Angie - #Shame shamebanduk.bandcamp.com Cheerleading - #SilverSun [COVER ME][NR] Shine A Light #SunflowerBean # ...…
 
This month's astronomy podcast guides you around the nighttime sky during April, giving you easy-to-follow help for finding bright planets and key stars after the Sun goes down. The post Tour April’s Sky: Venus Ascending appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
 
A literary thinker with a “telescopic view of time”; an astrophysicist with an eye to “cultural evolution towards good.” What unfolds between these two is joyous, dynamic, and unexpectedly vulnerable — rich with cosmic imagining, civic pondering, and even some fresh definitions of the soul. A live taping from the inaugural On Being Gathering at ...…
 
A literary thinker with a “telescopic view of time”; an astrophysicist with an eye to “cultural evolution towards good.” What unfolds between these two is joyous, dynamic, and unexpectedly vulnerable — rich with cosmic imagining, civic pondering, and even some fresh definitions of the soul. A live taping from the inaugural On Being Gathering at ...…
 
A literary thinker with a “telescopic view of time”; an astrophysicist with an eye to “cultural evolution towards good.” What unfolds between these two is joyous, dynamic, and unexpectedly vulnerable — rich with cosmic imagining, civic pondering, and even some fresh definitions of the soul. A live taping from the inaugural On Being Gathering at ...…
 
A literary thinker with a “telescopic view of time”; an astrophysicist with an eye to “cultural evolution towards good.” What unfolds between these two is joyous, dynamic, and unexpectedly vulnerable — rich with cosmic imagining, civic pondering, and even some fresh definitions of the soul. A live taping from the inaugural On Being Gathering at ...…
 
A literary thinker with a “telescopic view of time”; an astrophysicist with an eye to “cultural evolution towards good.” What unfolds between these two is joyous, dynamic, and unexpectedly vulnerable — rich with cosmic imagining, civic pondering, and even some fresh definitions of the soul. A live taping from the inaugural On Being Gathering at ...…
 
A literary thinker with a “telescopic view of time”; an astrophysicist with an eye to “cultural evolution towards good.” What unfolds between these two is joyous, dynamic, and unexpectedly vulnerable — rich with cosmic imagining, civic pondering, and even some fresh definitions of the soul. A live taping from the inaugural On Being Gathering at ...…
 
A literary thinker with a “telescopic view of time”; an astrophysicist with an eye to “cultural evolution towards good.” What unfolds between these two is joyous, dynamic, and unexpectedly vulnerable — rich with cosmic imagining, civic pondering, and even some fresh definitions of the soul. A live taping from the inaugural On Being Gathering at ...…
 
The astroquarks discuss the late Stephen Hawking's first major breakthrough in astrophysics: radiation from black holes, now known as Hawking Radiation and what that means about what would happen if you through all the recordings of Walkabout the Galaxy into a black hole. UCF student and astronomer Anna Metke joins Josh and Jim to talk about te ...…
 
🌏〰️🌖今回のサイエンス英会話は地球と月の関係に関します。この話題だけでシリーズが出来そうですよね。私、昔から月に引き付けられていました。お父さんが望遠鏡を買ってくれたからかな?子供の時一人で長い間、月見をするのが好きでした。あなたは月見をすると、どんな気持ちが起こしますか? どんな思いが流れますか?This episode relates to the relationship between the Earth and the Moon. I could make an entire podcast series just on this one subject. I have always been fascinated with the Moon. I wonder if i ...…
 
Welcome to STEMCasts: Capturing the journeys of successful STEM professionals. In this episode, we have a conversation with Raja GuhaThakurta, an Astronomer & Professor at UC Santa Cruz who's research is focused on the formation and evolution of galaxies. His group at UCSC led the SPLASH survey of red giant stars in our closest large neighbor A ...…
 
How does the Hubble link to a heart valve?By drhillteach@gmail.com (Peter Hill) (Peter Hill).
 
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Join Gail Carriger, Beth Cato and Mindy Tarquini, all wonderful authors of novels filled with wonderous magic and mystery as they discuss their points of view on alternative earth histories where magic, the paranormal or time travel are real. “Why use magic at all?” “How d you know there wasn’t vampires and werewolves running around Victorian E ...…
 
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