Walkabout the Galaxy
haboobs; space weather; magnetospheric slingshots; Perseverance rover
Dr. Katariina Nykyri
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
The astroquarks talk haboobs. Unfortunately Jim is not with us to giggle, but Dr. Katariina Nykyri joins Strange and Charm to explain space weather and magnetospheric slingshots, and the Perseverance rover provides new insights into the generation of those famous Martian dust storms. Or haboobs.
Coffee can give you that high octane caffeine bump, and hot chocolate has that creamy, sugary decadence, but if you need a comforting, warm beverage, without all the fuss, maybe it's time for EHT. Combining such tea varieties as the large millimeter telescope Alfonso Serrano, or LMT in Mexico, the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, or JCMT in Hawaii, and IRAM 30-meter T in Spain, EHT uses is perfectly balanced mix of Ts from around the world to provide uniquely revealing flavor that's sure to transport you on your walkabout the galaxy. So look for Eh T by our name brand, EHT, and discover the heart of your galaxy. Eh T, tea can do that (Lipton).
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Length of Episode
Colwell, Joshua and Dove, Adrienne, "Space Haboobs and Martian Haboobs" (2022). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 208.