Podcasts

New Podcasts: Precession and Acceleration

by Astronomy Cast September 9, 2013

Want to stay on top of all the space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter We’ve got two new podcasts from the Astronomy Cast team of Dr. Pamela Gay and Fraser Cain: Ep. 313: Precession, and Episode 314: Acceleration. Remove this ad

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Podcast: The Inverse-Square Law and Other Strangeness

by Nancy Atkinson August 7, 2013

Why don’t we have insects the size of horses? Why do bubbles form spheres? Why does it take so much energy to broadcast to every star? Let’s take a look at some non-linear mathematical relationships and see how they impact your day-to-day life. Click here to download the episode. Or subscribe to: astronomycast.com/podcast.xml with your […]

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Podcast: Sound in Space

by Nancy Atkinson July 29, 2013

Shhhh, shhh. You can stop screaming. That’s because nobody can hear you … in space. But why not? How does sound work here on Earth, and what would it sound like on other planets? Click here to download the episode. Or subscribe to: astronomycast.com/podcast.xml with your podcatching software. “Sound” on the Astronomy Cast website, with […]

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Podcast: Creating a Scienc-y Society

by Nancy Atkinson July 25, 2013

Our modern society depends on science. It impacts the way we eat, work, communicate and play. And yet, most people take our amazing scientific advancement for granted, and some are even hostile to it. What can we do to spread the love of science through education, outreach and media? Click here to download the episode. […]

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Podcast: Climate Change

by Nancy Atkinson July 24, 2013

When it comes to carbon dioxide, just a little goes a long way to warming the planet. Unfortunately, we’ve been dumping vast amounts into the atmosphere, recently passing 400 parts per million. Let’s look at the science of the greenhouse effect, and how it’s impacting our global climate. Click here to download the episode. Or […]

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