5 Minute Astronomy

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Mars, Blakesley Burkhart
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Saturn, Blakesley Burkhart
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On this episode I will discuss the most distant known galaxy to date and just how can we measure such distances in the unverse? Tune in, turn on, and geek out!

Direct download: distantgalaxy.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:08pm CDT

Astronomers have all kinds of tricks up their sleves to study the universe from light!  On this episode, Prof. Antonio Mario Magalhaes explains polarization of light and space missions constructed at UW Madison to study this phenomina! 

Direct download: mario.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:03am CDT

Astronomy reserch grinds to a hault in the USA.  In this emergancy report, host Blakesley Burkhart discusses the impact of the shutdown on astronomy and government agencies. 

Direct download: shutdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:37pm CDT

Astronomy PhD students Jenna Ryon and Arthur Eigenbrot talk about the effects of the government shutdown on astronomy on Tuesday, October 2nd 2013.  This segment aired on WORT 89.9 FM in Madison, Wi.

Direct download: wort_131001_govtshutdown.mp3
Category:astronomy, shutdown -- posted at: 1:33pm CDT

The Voygaer spacecraft has finally made it into interstellar space! Just what does that mean?  Listen to this episode to learn about where no man has gone before!

Direct download: voyager.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:49pm CDT

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