Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

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

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 48m. Bisher sind 153 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 4 Wochen erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts

episode 153: Solar Orbiter, stamps and exoplanets

New ways to study the sun and planets outside our solar system, and the show takes a philatelic slant...



episode 152: Hubble, TRUTHS and space Law

Recorded live at European Astrofest 2020, space law, lunar ownership and the James Webb Space Telescope...


 2020-02-10  36m

episode 151: Robot Arms and Space Toilets

Shuttle astronaut Mike Mullane recounts stories of space sexism, toilets, and M'n'Ms...


 2020-01-10  41m

episode 150: 2020 State of the Universe Address

On the tenth anniversary of Naked Astronomy, physicist Ben McAllister asks what's changed in astronomy over the last decade?


 2019-12-24  38m

episode 149: Glove Actually and the Sew Sisters

Seamstresses to the stars: the team who made Neil Armstrong's spacesuit


 2019-12-13  n/a

episode 148: Moving to Mars

What would a house on Mars look like?


 2019-11-10  52m

episode 147: Cosmic Girl - from California to Cornwall

Virgin Orbit, Sweden's contribution to space, and an interview with the world's first spacewalker...


 2019-10-15  44m

Boffins on Mars

How clean is really clean? This month, as Europe's Rosalind Franklin Mars rover leaves the UK, Space Boffins visit the clean room to discover the effort needed to keep Mars safe from Earth-bugs. With guest NASA Curiosity mission scientist Sanjeev ...


 2019-09-10  44m

Lunar Heritage and Lost Meteorites

Space Boffins Richard Hollingham and Sue Nelson with a TinTin style headline for this month's podcast: lunar heritage and the lost meteorites of Antarctica. Recorded at the recent Bluedot festival, Space archaeologist and co-deputy chair of Austra...


 2019-08-14  38m

Apollo 11 Special (Part 2)

This is a Space Boffins podcast to blow your minds. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings, it features the only woman in launch control for Apollo 11, JoAnn Morgan, talking about her work as an instrumentation controller and coping wi...


 2019-07-10  57m