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Astrophiz "An exceptional Astronomy podcast." Brendan sometimes even gets how and why science works, and each month he conducts in-depth interviews with leading astro and space researchers. In each episode we feature Astrophysicists, Space Scientists, Particle Physicists, Data scientists, Antenna engineers, Instrument scientists, optical & radio astronomers, Satcomm engineers, project leaders and aurora hunters. For Astrophotographers, also each month we also hear from Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ Mus ...
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Dr Ian Musgrave brings us his March SkyGuide … telling us when, where and what to look for in the evening and morning skies this month.He also gives us his ‘Tangent’ about perigee and apogee Moons.Also Ian is continuing his ‘Astrophotography Challenge’ where he presents us with an achievable and challenging task to undertake with our cameras.This m…
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Today listeners, we’re zooming over 10 timezones to Denmark for some cutting edge science …, and you're invited to a very special conversation with Dr Hannah Diamond-Lowe who is a senior researcher in the Exoplanet Group at the National Space Institute, Technical University of Denmark … where her groundbreaking research characterizes small exoplane…
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Dr Ian Musgrave kicks off 2024 with his February SkyGuide telling us when, where and what to look for in the evening and morning skies in February.He gives us a Tangent about perigee and apogee Moons.This year Ian is introducing his 'Astrophotography Challenge' wher ehe presents us with an achievable and challenging task to undertake with our camer…
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Astrophiz 184: Hyerin ChoMeet Hyerin Cho, an inspiring young astrophysicist from Korea who is doing her PhD at the Harvard Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Hyerin uses her formidable computational skills to simulate still-mysterious black holes using supercomputers, as well as revealing the mysteries and enigmatic fast radio burs…
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Dr. Rebecca Davies is an Astro3D postdoctoral researcher and has just been awarded an ARC-DECRA fellowship at the Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. Rebecca researches the stuff that flows out of Galaxies AKA ‘Galactic Outflows’ … and she looks across the majority of the history of the universe from right now and right back…
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Moon Phases:November 5 - the Last Quarter Moon is Sunday, good time for evening skygazing.November 7 - The Moon is at apogee, when it is furthest from the EarthNovember 13 - New Moon, good time for skygazing the entire night.November 14 - The very thin ‘day old’ moon is near Mercury in the west just after sunset. A genuine challenge to catch this.N…
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Today’s special episode is from your host, Brendan O’Brien, and is all about ­­the amazing James Webb Space Telescope: “Unveiling the Cosmos”Our story begins in a remote, microscopic corner in the vast expanse of the cosmos, where humankind has always yearned to uncover its deepest mysteries.The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) represents a monume…
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Show Notes:Morning SkyTwo beautiful bright planets will reward those who get up early in the mornings this month.Jupiter is is rising before midnight but is still best in the morning sky, it is close to the Moon on October 1 and on the 29th.Venus is moving from crescent to half moon phase and climbs higher the morning twilight coming very close to …
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Today we are speaking with Dr Daniel Palumbo, from the Harvard & Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Daniel is an astrophysicist and data scientist with the Event Horizon Telescope who worked on those amazing black hole images using data from the planet-sized telescope, the EHT, the Event Horizon Telescope. He is involved in ongoing work on the Ne…
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Your planetary action is split between the evening and morning skies.Venus and Mercury return to the morning twilight.Mars is a dim glowing ember in the evening skies.Saturn is just past opposition and still high in evening skiesJupiter enters evening skies, but still look better in morning skies.Moon Phases:Last quarter moon: September 7, ideal fo…
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In this extended and enthralling interview, Associate Professor Michelle Cluver from Swinburne University's Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing reveals the captivating world of mid-infrared research. With boundless enthusiasm, she unravels the mysteries of this innovative field, igniting our imagination and highlighting her powerful results …
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Highlights:Blue MoonOpposition Of SaturnWe lose Venus from Evening skiesMercury is at its best this monthMoon PhasesAugust 2nd Perigee Full MoonAugust 8th Last Quarter Moon (ideal for observing galaxies and globular clusters in the early evening)August 16th New Moon is ideal for stargazing anytimeAugust 24th First Quarter MoonAugust 31st Perigee Fu…
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[ Full transcript at Astrophiz.com ] In this fabulous episode of Astrophiz, Greg Sleap, the Software and Systems Team Leader at CIRA, the Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy, a node of ICRAR (The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research) discusses the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) and its role in capturing radio data from the cosmos. The…
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Astrophiz 174: Dr Ian Musgrave’s July SkyGuideMoon Phases:The Full Moon is Monday, July 3.Last Quarter is July 10.New Moon is July 18.First Quarter is July 26.The Moon is at perigee, when it is closest to the Earth, on the 5th.Summary:Most planetary action is in the evening skies, apart from Jupiter looking magnificent in the mornings, and Venus an…
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Dr Jesse Van De Sande is the ASTRO3D research fellow at the Sydney Institute for Astronomy at the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. He is an observational astronomer who uses many of the world's most iconic and powerful telescopes, including the four 8 meter telescopes that comprise the VLT, the Very Large Telescope high up in the Ande…
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Astrophiz 172: Dr Ian Musgrave’s June SkyGuideWhat's up in the Southern Sky in the month of June? The dates for the Moon Phases for June, Evening Sky Highlights and all the beautiful Morning Sky Highlights.Planetary action: Mars, then Venus, meets the Beehive cluster, The moon occults Delta Scorpii, then forms attractive patterns with Jupiter, Mars…
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Dr Rodolfo Montez Jr is better known as Rudy. Rudy is an astrophysicist working at the Chandra X-Ray Centre at the famous Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. He has wide research interests and among them he does amazing work using NASA’s flagship X-ray space telescope, the Chandra X-ray Observatory to research some of the hottest regions o…
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Moon Phases for MayFull Moon - 6 May (with penumbral eclipse in the early morning)Moon at Perigee - 11 MayLast Quarter - 12 MayNew Moon - 20 MayFirst Quarter - 28 May (also apogee moon)Evening Sky HighlightsVENUS - moving from Taurus into gemini and getting brighter and climbing higher in the West. From the 9th to 10th Venus is closed to the open c…
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I am really excited to be speaking again with Dr Laura Driessen, who is now recognised as one of Australia’s Superstars of STEM!You first met Laura 5 years ago back in 2018 when she was doing her PhD at the University of Manchester and Jodrell Bank.Laura’s back story is all there in Astrophiz Episode 54. You heard about her obsession with space sta…
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ShownotesIn Australia Daylight Saving ends on April 2ndMoon Phases:Full moon April 6thSo for those out camping over Easter, you’ll have very nice dark skies to see lots of clusters and nebulae as well as Venus and Mars without any interference from the moon.Last Quarter April 13thPerigee moon April 16thNew Moon April 20th First Quarter (apogee) Moo…
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Recently I had the privilege of interviewing Mia Walker, an engineer and Project Officer at the Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy in Western Australia. Mia’s passion for astronomy is the driving force behind her career in this field, where she has contributed to the development and operation of the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope,…
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This month the planetary action is still largely in the western evening skies.Earth is at equinox on Tuesday, 21 March. At this time day and night are roughly equal in duration.March 2; Venus and Jupiter at their closest. March 3; Mercury and Saturn close low in the twilight. March 4; apogee Moon. March 7; Full Moon. March 15; Last Quarter Moon. Ma…
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"Are We Alone? In an exclusive interview, Dr. Vishal Gajjar, a leading researcher on the Breakthrough Listen project, discussed his groundbreaking work using machine learning and AI to facilitate the detection of technosignatures on the project's search for Extraterrestrial life.The Breakthrough Listen project, led by the University of California B…
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Moon Phases:Feb 6 Apogee Full moonFeb 14 Last Quarter moonFeb 20 New moonFeb 27 First Quarter moonEvening SkyVenus and Jupiter in the West half an hour after sunset, some nice planetary action in morning skies and beautiful signature stars and constellations throughout the month Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) has already been a great sight in the Northern H…
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Many cultures around the world and throughout history have staged festivals events and celebrations around this time. Here in Australia our summer holidays occur now and with Christmas and New Years Eve approaching it’s a great time to spend time with family and friends.As I’ve been reminded by our resident observation guru Dr Ian Musgrave, this is…
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Meet an amazing researcher and astrophysicist Dr Manisha Caleb …Manisha has used the world’s most powerful instruments to unlock the secrets of some of the most powerful and puzzling objects in our known universe.For her PhD she took a very deep dive and most productive research program into the phenomena of Fast Radio Bursts using the MOST and Par…
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Astrophiz 161: Dr Ian Musgrave’s December SkyGuide Enjoy your regular monthly treat of viewing tips for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist. Ian gives us all the viewing highlights and what planets to look out for in our morning a…
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Astrophiz 160: CSIRO-ASKAP Recap: The journey so far with Australia’s newest radio telescopeAustralia's ASKAP (Australian SKA Pathfinder) radio telescope array has had an amazing decade since first light, breaking records, receiving awards and finding new objects, all whilst still in its pilot phase.In this fabulous episode you will hear from the s…
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Astrophiz 159: Dr Ian Musgrave’s November SkyGuide ~ Total Lunar Eclipse & Dung Beetle Navigation.Enjoy your regular monthly treat of viewing tips for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist. Ian gives us all the viewing highlights an…
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Astrophiz 158: Ana Maria Delgado – Machine Learning & Galaxy HalosToday you will be hearing a wonderful story from Ana Maria Delgado and her entry into Science and the Arts and some of her highlights as an inspiring ‘career changer’, accomplished astrophysicist, cosmologist, coder and PhD researcher …Ana Maria is a CUNY (City University of New York…
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Astrophiz 157: Dr Ian Musgrave’s October SkyGuide & Smashing SpacecraftEnjoy your regular monthly treat of viewing tips for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist. Ian gives us all the viewing highlights and what to look out for in o…
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Astrophiz 156 - Amirnezam Amiri - Metallicity and Galaxy EvolutionAmirnezam Amiri is a PhD student at the department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Florence and a PhD researcher at Italy’s famous National Institute for Astrophysics and Astronomy (INAF) in Arcetri, Florence, Italy, and the focus of his research is on metallicity measu…
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Astrophiz 155: Dr Ian Musgrave’s September SkyGuide. Enjoy your regular monthly treat of viewing tips for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist. Ian gives us all the viewing highlights for our morning and evening skies and the dates…
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Astrophiz 154: Dr Emily Moravec - Active Galaxies in Galaxy ClustersEmily is a postdoctoral fellow at Green Bank Observatory.She is an AGN researcher who works on active galactic nuclei, radio galaxies, galaxy clusters, and radio interferometry.She is active in a number of radio AGN and cluster collaborations and does wonderful outreach work suppor…
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Astrophiz 153: Dr Ian Musgrave’s August SkyGuide. Enjoy your regular monthly treat of viewing tips for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist.In Ian’s Tangent, we are given solid tips on how we can observe orbital motion in Alpha Cen…
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Astrophiz 152 Dr Sofia Gallego ~ The Cosmic Web.Dr Sofia Gallego paints the clearest picture of the Cosmic Web you will ever hear.Originally from La Serena in Chile, growing up near some of the world’s most awesome telescopes, Sofia is now a postdoc researcher at Caltech in Pasadena and has her PhD in Astrophysics. She has a strong interest in cosm…
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Astrophiz 151: Dr Ian Musgrave’s July SkyGuide. Enjoy your regular monthly treat for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist.Listen: Ian gives us the dates of the moon phases and the best times to observe planets, clusters and deep sk…
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Astrophiz 150: Floor Broekgaarden~Gravitational WavesFloor is an amazing astrophysicist doing her PhD at Harvard in Massachusetts in Gravitational Wave research. She is a prolific and effective ambassador for early career astronomers. Floor is a well-established mentor and supervisor for astrophysics students and has been published in highly respec…
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Astrophiz 149: Dr Ian Musgrave’s June SkyGuide. Enjoy your regular monthly treat for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist.Ian gives us the dates of the moon phases and the best times to observe planets, clusters and deep sky object…
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Astrophiz 148 - Massive Stars - Dr Poojan AgrawalDr Poojan Agrawal is a Postdoc Research Associate at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh USA.The focus of her research is on the lives of massive stars and their role in determining the evolution of stellar systems/stellar populations and star clusters, and given the rarity and short lives of ma…
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Astrophiz 147: Dr Ian Musgrave’s May SkyGuide. Enjoy your regular monthly treat for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist.Ian gives us the dates of the moon phases and the best times to observe planets, clusters and deep sky objects. A…
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You’ll love this wonderful interview with Accelerator Physicist Dr Suzie Sheehy, who is doing groundbreaking work with particle accelerators to develop compact instruments that are changing the way nuclear medicine is used in clinical treatments worldwide. Dr Suzie divides her time between her research groups at the University of Oxford where she i…
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Astrophiz 145: Dr Ian Musgrave’s April SkyGuideEnjoy your regular monthly treat for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr @IanfMusgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist.Ian gives us the dates of the moon phases and the best times to observe planets, clusters and deep sky objects…
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Duane is based in the School of Physics at the University of Melbourne and is part of the ARC Centre of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics in 3D. This episode covers Duane’s entry into science and culture then his journey as a graduate from the University of Missouri-Columbia who ventured down to Sydney Australia to do his Masters Degree by Resear…
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Enjoy your regular monthly treat for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr Ian Musgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist.Ian gives us the dates of the moon phases and the best times to observe clusters and deep sky objects and tips and times around the coming equinox to observe …
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Astrophiz 142 - Krystal De Napoli ~ Star Formation & Indigenous AstronomyKrystal is a fabulous indigenous astronomer who is carving out a brilliant career for herself while she improves the educational prospects for indigenous Australians. She is currently based in Melbourne but grew up in the closest town to me here in North-East Victoria. After b…
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Astrophiz 141: February SkyGuide ~ Dr Ian MusgraveHere is our regular monthly treat for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr Ian Musgrave, avid amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist.First up, Ian takes us through the dates of the moon phases for the month, noting the best times for o…
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Meet Dr Natalie Hinkel, who is a Planetary Astrophysicist at the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio. Natalie studies the elements in stars and how the stars’ element compositions impact the interior structure and mineralogy of their orbiting exoplanets. She has created an amazing catalog of stellar element abundances, the Hypatia Catalog, …
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Astrophiz139: Holiday SkyGuide Here is our regular monthly treat for all naked-eye celestial observers, telescopers, and astrophotographers from Dr Ian Musgrave, amateur astronomer, molecular pharmacologist and toxicologist. We can look forward to some views of the crescent moon ‘dancing’ past planets and viewing some very nice bright planets over …
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Dr Jill Tarter is Emeritus Chair for SETI Research at the SETI Institute. Jill has served as Project Scientist for NASA’s SETI program and has since spent 35 years at the SETI Institute, a non-profit organization she helped launch in 1984. She and the SETI team are scanning space for signals that could reveal intelligent alien life. She recently st…
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