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Series Title

Walkabout the Galaxy

Keywords

Sun, helioseismology, dark matter

Disciplines

Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics

Description

The Sun doesn't just shine, it rings like a bell, or a drumhead wrapped into a ginormous ball of incandescent plasma. The astroquarks talk about how helioseismology tells us about the interior of the Sun, and new research shows some surprising changes in the Sun's outer layers. And the disappointing news from the realm of cosmology is that dark matter is probably not warm and fuzzy, depriving us of endless opportunities for jokes, not to mention that it would be awesome if we had fuzzy dark matter throughout the universe. Catch up on the latest astronomy, nerd news, and space trivia with the astroquarks on this episode of Walkabout the Galaxy.

Date Created

8-10-2017

Item Type

Podcast

Type

article

Length of Episode

39:00

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