Walkabout the Galaxy
supernovae, planets; exploding stars
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
If space is the final frontier, where does it begin? That deceptively simple question is one of many topics the Astroquarks ponder in this episode, as well as unusual supernovae, and planets that recycle their atmospheres. There's some other completely random and inappropriate trivia, and some nerd news ranting. In other words, your typical Walkabout the Galaxy.
Text alerts keep buzzing on your cell phone? The Dog needs to go out, the cat is scratching the new sofa, the boss is wondering what happened to that report due last week? And now the sink is clogged? If you'd just like to take a break from all the noise and activity that the universe is throwing at you, come join us at Zero-point energy where we help you chill out as far as physically possible. While we will never get your energy down to zero, and we can't rule out the possibility that a virtual particle will pop into existence out of nothingness, we can guarantee you the lower energy state possible that money can buy. If you'd like to calm things down, turn it down to zero-point energy, where your troubles will go almost all the way to zero-point something. Zero-point energy, every little helps.(Tesco)
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Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "Space The Final Frontier" (2021). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 155.