Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

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Naked Astronomy: the Naked Scientists' Astronomy and Space Science Podcast - audio that's out of this world...

Dee O'Hara recals what it was like to work with America's first astronauts...
The Space Boffins meet the Mercury 7 nurse, Dee O'Hara, recalling what it was like to work with America's first astronauts. SETI's Seth Shostak explains why we should target AI to discover ET, and - in this US themed podcast - Spacefligh...
The Space Boffins meet the Mercury 7 nurse, Dee O'Hara, recalling what it was like to work with America's first astronauts. SETI's Seth Shostak explains why we should target AI to discover ET, and - in this US themed podcast - Spacefligh...
Connie won a meteorite Aug. 24, 2016
...and Graihagh Jackson made it her mission to find out about this hunk of space rock.
Connie won a meteorite Aug. 24, 2016
Fellow Naked Scientist Connie Orbach won a meteorite and so Graihagh Jackson made it her mission to find out as much as possible about this hunk of space rock, including how she might go about finding one of her own......
Connie won a meteorite Aug. 24, 2016
Fellow Naked Scientist Connie Orbach won a meteorite and so Graihagh Jackson made it her mission to find out as much as possible about this hunk of space rock, including how she might go about finding one of her own......
Space Boffins are at the Blue Dot festival where they hear music from Cern's cosmic piano.
The Space Boffins are at the Blue Dot music festival at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire where they hear live music from Cern's cosmic piano and chat to Rosetta project scientist (and space celebrity) Matt Taylor about the end of the mission. Richard also...
The Space Boffins are at the Blue Dot music festival at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire where they hear live music from Cern's cosmic piano and chat to Rosetta project scientist (and space celebrity) Matt Taylor about the end of the mission. Richard also...
Juno reaches Jupiter in a death-defying mission through radiation belts but what now?
NASA's Juno probe has reached Jupiter after a five year battle through our solar system and is orbiting the gas giant. But now it's completed this death- defying stunt, what now? This month on Naked Astronomy, Graihagh Jackson is colluding wit...
NASA's Juno probe has reached Jupiter after a five year battle through our solar system and is orbiting the gas giant. But now it's completed this death- defying stunt, what now? This month on Naked Astronomy, Graihagh Jackson is colluding wit...
Jupiter's Juno Mission July 9, 2016
Jupiter's Juno mission, the magical world of Pluto and spacewalking feature in this special fifth anniversary edition of the podcast. ESA's head of the neutral buoyancy facility, Herve Stevenin, explains how a giant pool helped astronaut Tim ...
Jupiter's Juno Mission July 9, 2016
This month: Jupiter's Juno mission, the magical world of Pluto and spacewalking.
Jupiter's Juno Mission July 9, 2016
Jupiter's Juno mission, the magical world of Pluto and spacewalking feature in this special fifth anniversary edition of the podcast. ESA's head of the neutral buoyancy facility, Herve Stenening, explains how a giant pool helped astronaut Tim...
Jupiter's Juno Mission July 9, 2016
Jupiter's Juno mission, the magical world of Pluto and spacewalking feature in this special fifth anniversary edition of the podcast. ESA's head of the neutral buoyancy facility, Herve Stevenin, explains how a giant pool helped astronaut Tim ...
It's nearly been 5 decades since Neil Armstrong took one small step for mankind... But will we return again? As things heat up, Graihagh Jackson brings together the cosmically curious to unpick our the drivers behind the marathon to the moon...
...and should we? Or should we be looking further afield to Mars?
It's nearly been 5 decades since Neil Armstrong took one small step for mankind... But will we return again? As things heat up, Graihagh Jackson brings together the cosmically curious to unpick our the drivers behind the marathon to the moon
It's nearly been 5 decades since Neil Armstrong took one small step for mankind... But will we return again? As things heat up, Graihagh Jackson brings together the cosmically curious to unpick our the drivers behind the marathon to the moon...