I probably should have posted this last week, but during the summer (starting tomorrow!) my radio show will be airing live Monday mornings from 10 - 11 AM USET, instead of Wednesday mornings from 7 - 8 AM. Hope this doesn't inconvenience any of you, and thanks a lot for listening. This week's show is going to cover the end of the Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission and recent Hubble results which explains why this servicing mission was so important.
Sunday, May 31, 2009
Monday, May 25, 2009
NASA Astronaut Mark Polansky, commander of upcoming shuttle mission STS-127 to the International Space Station, is twittering (is that a verb?) about his training for the upcoming mission here, as well as taking questions to answer while in orbit. Enjoy.
Courtesy of NASA and Microsoft, new 3D images of Mars rovers and the International Space Station are available here though you need to download Microsoft Silverlight to view it. Enjoy!
Friday, May 22, 2009
I know I'm very behind posting past shows, show descriptions, astronomy websites, etc., but tomorrow night at 7:30 PM I'm giving a public talk on white dwarfs, neutron stars, and black holes at the Custer Institute and Observatory in Southold, NY (on the north fork of Long Island). Hope you can make it!
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Broadcast a long time ago but finally available here is the February 25th episode of this radio show, which in addition to the usual calendar features an interview with Katie Mack of Princeton University on the early universe. As always, please email me or leave below any questions, comments, or concerns you might have. Thanks a lot for listening, and your patience!