Author: Josh

Professor of Physics at the University of Central Florida who does research in planetary sciences with the best and most fun research group on campus. Probably in the world, but it would take a long time to verify that.

September 12, 2018 / Astrophysics

We’re back from our summer semi-break and geared up for a full new season of Walkabout the Galaxy. Over the summer we didn’t just soak up the Sun, though. Check out these episodes if you…

June 18, 2018 / Cosmology

The astroquarks have often wondered where all our alien friends are hanging out. Maybe they’re all just in a different universe? Well, most of those universes are probably duds, and anyway, we’ll never know! That’s…

May 29, 2018 / Black Holes
May 29, 2018 / Episodes

At Walkabout the Galaxy we’re all about breaking down barriers, exploring the final frontier, and heading to new horizons, so join us for this, our first ever episode with a completely descriptive and joke-free title!…

May 13, 2018 / Episodes

We all know Mars is crunchy on the outside, but does it have a chewy center? The NASA Mars InSight mission is en route to the red planet to answer that question. The astroquarks talk…

April 4, 2018 / Astrophysics

Dark matter is hiding everywhere. Not only that, but there’s a mysterious source of apparently gravitational acceleration throughout the universe and in all galaxies. Except this one tiny little galaxy that’s one of the topics…