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Saturday, September 24, 2016


Astrophiz Podcast 12 is Out

This week’s feature is from Dr Nadeshzda Cherbakov, where she tells us about Blackbody Radiation.

In’What’s Up Doc?’ I tell you what to look for in the sky this week. My Tangent: the gunpowder smell of moondust and its inherent dangers.
In the news this week:
1. A team at the Large Hadron Collider reports a new particle dubbed the Madala boson.
2. The Gaia mission is mapping the nature and movements of a billion stars in the Milky Way.
3. For our aurora watchers the European Space Agency has solved a problem that was preventing us from closely observing the sun’s corona.
4. Watch the Milky Way's birth in a lovely Caltech simulation at tinyurl.com(ForwardSlash)astrophizgalaxy
5. Australian OzGRav teams to embrace the new era of gravitational wave astronomy in $31.3M project

6. 16th Australian Space Research Conference in Melbourne 26-30 September,
7. The venerated Dish at Parkes serves up the answer to one of life’s greatest mysteries with the discovery of the most complex chiral molecules found in space.
(I'm a bit late passing on the link this week due to going to a talk by Dr. Ian Frazer and having visitors drop in)


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