Category: Astrophysics

May 30, 2019 / Astrophysics

Scientists have been chasing methane on Mars for years. It’s a slippery little molecule that doesn’t stick around very long and has several biological (as well as non-biological) sources. The armada of spacecraft at Mars…

March 19, 2019 / Aliens
March 19, 2019 / Astrophysics

Science Fiction great Joe Haldeman (“The Forever War”, “Marsbound”, “The Hemingway Hoax”, “Worlds”) joins the astroquarks for a wide-ranging discussion from microwave-plasma-grapes to cosmic rays, science in science fiction, and the latest space news including…

January 20, 2019 / Astrophysics

Space Reporter Brendan Byrne from WMFE 90.7, home of NPR in Central Florida, joins the Astroquarks to look at NASA’s new exploration programs for the Moon and Mars. We have our first listener contribution with…

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…

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…