Walkabout the Galaxy
Enceladus's ocean; planetary nebulae; International Observe the Moon Night
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
New research shows that Enceladus's ocean may have produced geysers at different locations on the small moon in the past, and the odd shapes of stellar remnants known as planetary nebulae finally get an explanation. We also get a special Charm Quark trivia from Addie to celebrate International Observe the Moon Night.
The Penultimate Jedi
Always coming in second, or second to last? Welcome to my world, or if you like, come take a walk about my galaxy. I'm out there using the force, levitating things, jumping and spinning a lot, using a cool purple light saber to slice up some nasty creatures on the dark side. But all anyone wants to talk about is the last Jedi. And why does he get to decide he's the.last.Jedi? Anyway, you know what, I'm the last Jedi, BAM! Or should I say, "vshoom." Light saber drop, and I'm out of here. Can you hear me now? (Verizon)
© Joshua Colwell, All Rights Reserved
Length of Episode
Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "It's a Small Waterworld" (2020). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 134.