The size of moons, planets, stars and the universe is almost impossible to imagine. Here's a really great visualization to wrap your mind around it a little better. After watching it, how does it make you feel?
Evadot Podcast #77 – Wow! It’s Saturn! I’ll take a side of milky way please.
Guest: Jason Kendall Website: inwoodastronomy.org Who says astronomy isn't fun? Or isn't food? Hosts: Michael Doornbos and Haley Stephenson Email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment and let us know your thoughts. Subscribe to the Evadot Podcast via iTunes and all other podcast players
13 Stories in 2010 that defined space exploration
2010 was a big year in space news. It was filled with promise, uncertainty, and ultimately bright hopes for the future. We tested amazing new technologies, made breathtaking discoveries, and passed major milestones. If the past year showed us anything, it’s that even though we might be moving in fits and starts, we’re still on... Continue Reading →
Evadot Podcast #18 – Dark matter astronaut cosmology data rituals, er, something like that
Today Michael is joined by Dr Stuart Clark, author of books such as Deep Space, The Sun Kings, Galaxy and many others. Topics of today's show: Dark matter isn't adding up Astronauts have funny rituals, maybe a stuffed animal book is in order We're running out of Cosmological data It would be wonderful to live... Continue Reading →
11 Spacy things to do during space week
It's space week! Not sure how to celebrate? First, it's cake or pie or cookies for dinner every night! Now that we're all jacked up on sugar, here's 11 things you can do during space week. Find and support your favorite Google Lunar XPRIZE Team. You might even want to join one. Sponsor a Student... Continue Reading →
Evadot Podcast #10 – Mars methane, astronomy controversy, and a new theory of gravity with Stuart Clark
Today Michael is joined by Dr Stuart Clark, author of books such as Deep Space, The Sun Kings, Galaxy and many others. Stuart is a noted lecturer and we talk about: Methane on Mars, maybe the biggest research story to tackle in 2009Astronomy controversies 150 years agoA new theory of gravity. Maybe dark matter doesn't... Continue Reading →