This week we welcome Dr. Bradley M. Peterson, whose research is directed towards determination of the physical nature of active galactic nuclei.
This week we won't have a special guest, but we do have a ton of great space stories to catch up on!
This week's guest is Prof. Coel Hellier, Professor of Astrophysics at Keele University, UK to talk about WASP & SuperWASP.
This week's scheduled guest is Bas Lansdorp, the CEO of Mars One.
This week's guest is Dr. Stephen Granade. He's a lot of research regarding docking on-orbit, how it's hard, and how people are working on sensors and systems to make it easier. He's also Science Track director for DragonCon!
Join Fraser Cain and a rotating crew of space journalists to talk about the biggest news in space and astronomy.
This week we have Dr. Sukanya Chakrabarti joining us. She's the lead investigator for team that may have discovered Dark Matter Galaxy "X".
This week we welcome Dr. Rhys Taylor, Former Arecibo Post Doc; Current research involves looking for galaxies in the 21cm waveband. He's also an amateur CGI artist.
This week's guests are Emily Rice & Brian Levine,, the co-organizers of Astronomy on Tap.
This is a special edition for the Cosmoquest Hangoutathon - Live on Saturday Night!
This week's guest is Amy Shira Teitel. Amy has a new book coming out in October, 2015: "Breaking the Chains of Gravity: The Story of Spaceflight Before NASA."
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