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AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Richard K. Barry, Research Astrophysicist at the Laboratory for Exoplanets and Stellar Astrophysics, NASA Astrophysics Science Division. Dr. Barry has been investigating the use of AI to find masses of free-floating planets.
AZoQuantum talks to Professor Gretchen Benedix of Curtin University about the asteroid 4660 Nereus, next due to pass by the Earth on 11th December 2021.
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. Stefano Bagnulo about his research relating to the magnetism of white dwarfs.
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. Melvin Vopson about his research around the quantification of Information within the known universe.
AZoQuantum speaks with Professor Elisabetta Barberio from the School of Physics at The University of Melbourne. Professor Barberio is also the director of the Australian Research Council’s Center of Excellence for Dark Matter Particle Physics. The center is currently carrying out a study to detect dark matter, 1 kilometer underground, in a disused part of a goldmine under the town of Stawell, Victoria.
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. Sunny Vagnozzi, a researcher at the University of Cambridge, about his work relating to the direct detection of dark energy.
AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Cathy Olkin, Deputy Principal Investigator (DPI) of NASA's Lucy mission. Lucy is scheduled to launch no earlier than 5:34 a.m. (EDT) on Saturday 16th October, on a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V 401 rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. Kevin France, a professor in the astrophysical and planetary sciences department at the University of Colorado, about his role as the Principal Investigator of the NASA-supported CUTE small satellite mission.
AZoQuantum speaks with Jennifer Burt, Jennifer is part of an international team of astronomers that have discovered an exoplanet, known as TOI-1231 b. The exoplanet is a roughly Neptune-sized planet that has been determined as having a cool atmosphere, which completes an orbit of its parent star in just 24 days.
AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Allison N. Jaynes from the University of Iowa. Allison is part of a group of physicists who have found a previously undiscovered phenomenon called ‘diffuse auroral erasers’ while analyzing a video of auroras recorded in 2002.