Walkabout the Galaxy
rocky planets black holes; bumblebee field
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
The galaxy has been making rocky planets for longer than we thought, and a new study shows us how black holes can tell us just how symmetric the universe is using a bumblebee field. You’ll have to listen to find out! Plus, we have nerd news, space news, and trivia. Don’t miss it.
What? What did you say? Did you say "go for a walk?" Go for a walk about the galaxy? Yes, yes, yes, I want to go for a walkabout, I want to go for a walkabout, yes, yes, yes. I'm happy, I'm so happy. I love you, let's go on a walkabout together. I'm ready, let's go, open the door, open the door, open the door, open the door, open the door, I'm ready, open the door, open the door, walkabout the galaxy, let's go for a walkabout the galaxy, I'm so happy, open the door, here we go! Dogs, share moments, share life. (Kodak)
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Length of Episode
Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "Ancient Planets and Bumblebee Gravity" (2021). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 146.