Category: Space Exploration

July 1, 2020 / Black Holes

Is it the tiniest black hole ever or the largest neutron star ever? We may never know, but one of them has been discovered thanks to gravitational wave observations. And an interesting black hole merger…

June 3, 2020 / Earth

The astroquarks discuss stunning images of a disk of gas and dust around another star giving birth to a planet, more weirdities and oddness in the Earth’s magnetic field, the rain on Titan, and so…

April 29, 2020 / Astrophysics

We love antimatter, and we love the matter-antimatter paradox. How come there was just a smidge more matter in the universe than antimatter? Neutrinos, the wispiest of particles, may provide a clue. We also check…

April 29, 2020 / Cosmology
April 29, 2020 / Cosmology

Professor Mohamed Noor, Star Trek Advisor, Dean of Natural Sciences at Duke University, and author of “Live Long and Evolve”, comes back to the show to share his thoughts on extraterrestrial organisms big and small.…

April 29, 2020 / Astrophysics

The astroquarks show remarkable restraint by refusing to say that Uranus emitted a big blob of gas. Instead they keep things astronomically professional with the discovery of a plasma bubble near the 7th planet in…