Walkabout the Galaxy
Dark Energy, Mars weather
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
Just when you thought Dark Energy couldn't get any stranger, new measurements of the history of the expansion of the universe show an era well after the big bang and inflation but long, long ago when the rate of expansion was different than today. We are running out of dark names for the unknown. Closer to home the astroquarks discuss evidence for rain and water on Mars at a surprisingly recent (well, still a long time ago) epoch. All that plus space news and nerd trivia can be found on this episode of Walkabout the Galaxy.
Crude Space Missions
Let's get this party started, but leave the kids at home. It's time for raw, raunchy, adults-only, crude spaceflight. We're not talking Flesh Gordon and his fight against the sex ray from the planet porno and its one-eyed penisauruses, but just some good old-fashioned R-rated space missions. Think "The Orville", but on HBO instead of Fox. Crude Space Missions. Just Do It!
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Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "There are Dark Forces at Work in the Universe" (2019). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 76.