Walkabout the Galaxy
meteorites, Bunburra Rockhole, Saturn's rings
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
Thank you Australia for giving us a meteorite called Bunburra Rockhole, and not just because the name is endlessly fun to say, but also because it hints at an origin from a missing asteroid. In this episode of Walkabout the Galaxy, the Astroquarks also take a look at Saturn's youthful rings, the link between star formation and the supermassive black holes in the hearts of galaxies, and space trivia and nerd news
More than just the best part of that late night, drunken, and wildly inappropriate game of Twister, entanglement is something that subatomic particles, atoms, and molecules like to do when your not looking, or even if you are looking, they just do it faster than you can say "spooky action at a distance." Entanglement: frustrating the human brain's attempts to make sense of the universe for more than 80 years, and proud sponsor of this episode of Walkabout the Galaxy.
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Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "The One About Bunburra Rockhole" (2018). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 39.