Walkabout the Galaxy
pulsating star; quark stars; Mars Insight mole
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
The astroquarks take a social distancing break from each other, but not from you, with our first remote recording. We have all the Walkabout goodness to transport you to other worlds and stars, with news of the first discovery of particular kind of pulsating star, discovery of a certain kind of salt in a comet, and fun speculation about an exotic quark star. Join the astroquarks to escape your Earthly troubles for another entertaining walkabout the galaxy.
Out of ideas for outfits to wear at the club? Tired of being "on" at dinner parties? Stressed at the idea of losing at game nights? Annoyed by the inane chatter of another first date? Exhausted by the noisy banter at your favorite bar or restaurant? Worried about the cost of another trip to the movies, a bar, Disney World, Disneyland, Universal, the hairdresser, the spa, a restaurant, the mall, or Costco? Try indoor activities for a safe and reflective change of pace. Indoor activities is happy to bring you inexpensive alternatives to a hectic social life. Such as napping, reading, watching things on screens, eating leftovers, bickering, napping, watching things on screens, vacuuming, dusting, napping, and much much more. So try Indoor Activities, the right choice for a healthier you(TM).
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Length of Episode
Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "A Pulsating Star and a Salty Asteroid" (2020). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 114.