Walkabout the Galaxy
neutrinos, black holes, Sun
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
We are kidding, neutrinos. We love you. You're just a little bit scary! In this episode we discuss a way we'll learn about the mysterious tiny particles and their interactions with matter, as well as new spacecraft observations of the Sun, and a black hole caught in the act of spaghettification of a nearby star. Plus: special neutrino trivia from Top astroquark!
For that special night out on the town, bring your posse to downtown Sol and party until you drop at The Ecliptic. For quiet and intimate gatherings, you might enjoy our Outer Regions, where the pace is leisurely, the vibe is cool, and the ices are even cooler. If the urge to dance and mingle is irresistible, just come on in to the Asteroid Room, where we have 360 degrees of non-stop partying, including our special L4 and L5 lounges. And if you can take the heat, step into our most exclusive room, the NEO room, where the drinks are all top shelf, the beat is heart-pounding, and the heat is on. We may look like a disc from afar, but come check out The Ecliptic at Sol and discover our hidden dimensions. The Ecliptic, where everyone knows your name (Cheers).
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Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "Ten Things I Hate About Neutrinos" (2021). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 161.