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Astrophiz Astronomy podcast: Brendan sometimes even gets how and why science works, and conducts in-depth interviews with leading astro and space researchers. In each episode we feature Astrophysicists, Space Scientists, Particle Physicists, Instrument scientists, optical & radio astronomers, Satcomm engineers, project leaders and aurora hunters. For Astrophotographers, we also hear from Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ Musgrave who tells us when, where and what to look for in the sky over the coming week ...
 
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Astrophiz128: Richard Stephenson ~ Talking with Spacecraft Pt2This is an amazing interview where we hear first hand how distant spacecraft are controlled from Earth.Richard Stephenson is the Operations Supervisor at the CDSCC, The Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex at Tidbinbilla, jointly run by NASA and Australia’s CSIRO.Richard explains h…
 
Astrophiz 127: June SkyGuide with Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ Musgrave.For astrophotographers or naked eye observers with or without telescopes and/or binoculars, Ian gives us a comprehensive guide on what to look up for this month.In Ian’s tangent this month he takes us on a tour of shadows that are constantly eclipsing satellites, our moon , and the moons…
 
Today our fabulous feature interview is with Debatri Chattopadhyay, an amazing OzGrav researcher and Doctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne Australia. She is about to complete her Astrophysics PhD by publication and is working on Gravitational-wave astrophysics.D…
 
Astrophiz 125: May SkyGuide with dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ Musgrave.For astrophotographers or naked eye observers with or without telescopes and/or binoculars, Ian gives us a comprehensive guide on what to look up for.We have planets to see in the morning and evening skies, planets lining up with the moon, a fabulous total lunar eclipse and the ever relia…
 
Out now, Astrophiz124 ~ Shanika Galaudage - Gravitational waves and population studiesListen: Shanika Galaudage is riding the crest of the wave of Gravitational Wave Astronomy with zest and a clear vision to make the complex science of GW astronomy accessible and understandable to her audience. Shanika is a remarkable early career Gravitational Wav…
 
A monthly treat for naked eye observers, telescopers and astrophotographers.Dr @ianfmusgrave gives us his fabulous guide to what to observe in the morning & evening skies for the four weeks including moon phase dates and when and where you can catch some wonderful planetary actionIn 'Ian's Tangent’ this month he give us a great insight into the opt…
 
Astrophiz122: Chayan Chatterjee - Gravitational Wave AI DetectiveContinuing our Gravitational Wave series, we have a great interview with OzGrav researcher and PhD candidate Chayan Chatterjee, who develops Machine Learning algorithms to analyse gravitational wave data to locate the origins of the ‘Chirps’ that signal cataclysmic events that warp th…
 
Astrophiz 121: Dr Ian ‘Astroblogger’ Musgrave’s March 2021r SkyGuide A monthly treat for naked eye observers, telescopers and astrophotographers.Dr @ianfmusgrave gives us his fabulous guide to what to observe in the morning & evening skies for the Month of March including when and where you can catch some wonderful planetary action, and Vesta makes…
 
For this Episode we are featuring the life and remarkable achievements of Dr Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, who lived for 80 years from the start of the 20th century, and gave the world a legacy of astronomical breakthroughs that forever changed the way that we understand stars and what they are made of.We remember her as producing "the most brilliant P…
 
Dr Fiona Panther is a gravitational wave astronomer and OzGrav postdoctoral researcher at the University of Western Australia. As this new era is now upon us with gravitational wave astronomy, we are very privileged to get the full inside story from a most passionate researcher working on the front edge of GW astronomy.With amazing clarity and unbr…
 
Astrophiz 118: Dr Ian ‘Astroblogger’ Musgrave’s Holiday SkyGuide Listen: A monthly treat for naked eye observers, telescopers and astrophotographers.Dr @ianfmusgrave gives us his fabulous guide to what to observe in the morning & evening skies for the next two months over the holiday break, including when and where you can catch some wonderful plan…
 
Dr Shivani Bhandari is a fabulous CSIRO research postdoctoral fellow who searches for and tracks down the location of fast radio bursts and other transients using the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP).She tells us a wonderful story of growing up in New Dehli, how she came to love the sky and her education and her…
 
Astrophiz 116: Dr Ian ‘Astroblogger’ Musgrave’s November/December SkyGuide A monthly treat for naked eye observers, telescopers and astrophotographers.Dr @ianfmusgrave gives us his fabulous guide to what to observe in the morning & evening skies for the four weeks including when and where you can catch some wonderful planetary action, a penumbral m…
 
Astrophiz 115: Rami Mandow ~ Planet XOur featured guest for November is the fabulous Rami Mandow, the founder of SpaceAustralia.com, the creator of an amazing Citizen Science project that has teams from all over the world constructing amateur radio telescopes and Rami is doing his Masters in Astronomy and Astrophysics at Swinburne University. In th…
 
Astrophiz 114: Dr Ian ‘Astroblogger’ Musgrave’s October/November SkyGuide A monthly treat for naked eye observers, telescopers and astrophotographers.Dr @ianfmusgrave gives us his fabulous guide to what to observe in the morning & evening skies for the next month, including tips on observing the Orionid meteor shower.In 'Ian's Tangent’ this month h…
 
Astrophiz113 - Adelle Goodwin - Neutron Stars in accreting SystemsIn this fabulous episode Adelle gives us amazing insights into her neutron star research with brilliant clarity as she takes us through her research techniques using accreting systems to see the unseeable, and to understand the inner workings and surface phenomena of neutron stars. F…
 
Astrophiz 112: Dr Ian ‘Astroblogger’ Musgrave’s September/October SkyGuide A monthly treat for naked eye observers, telescopers and astrophotographers.Dr @ianfmusgrave gives us his fabulous guide to the morning & evening skies for the next month in the Southern and Northern Hemispheres, including a guide on how to observe Mars in opposition and it’…
 
Astrophiz 111: Katherine Johnson - Paving Apollo’s way to the moon and backThis episode is a special feature on the life achievements of Katherine Johnson, the African American mathematician who hand calculated many mission trajectories for NASA, including the iconic Apollo 11 mission. She lived to be 101, born in 1918 and passed away in February t…
 
Astrophiz 110: Dr Ian ‘Astroblogger’ Musgrave’s August/September SkyGuide A monthly treat for naked eye observers, telescopers and astrophotographers.This month, Dr @ianfmusgrave gives us his fabulous guide to the morning & evening skies for the next month in the Southern and Northern Hemispheres, including a guide on how to observe Ceres in opposi…
 
Astrophiz 109: Dr Thea Kozakis - Fingerprinting ExoplanetsDr Thea Kozakis is a pioneering researcher who is a NASA Space Grant recipient and postdoc researcher at the Carl Sagan Institute, Cornell University, soon she is moving to Europe and starting a postdoctoral position at the Technical University of Denmark with their exoplanet group.In this f…
 
Astrophiz 108: July/August SkyGuide A monthly treat for naked eye observers, telescopers and astrophotographers.Dr Ian 'Astroblog' gives us his fabulous guide to the morning & evening skies for the next month in the Southern and Northern Hemispheres, including an update on Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) and in 'Ian's Tangent’ this month he gives us the …
 
Astrophiz 107: Dr Joe Callingham – Astounding ApepI read an exciting paper in Nature Astronomy about a rare discovery in our galaxy, and I did some follow-up and so today we are very fortunate to be speaking to lead author Dr Joe Callingham, an Aussie astronomer now based in the Netherlands who has been using radio telescopes to probe the inner wor…
 
Astrophiz 105: Kat Ross – Baby Black Holes #IncludeHerToday I am very pleased to be speaking with PhD candidate Kat Ross, who researches Compact Active Galactic Nuclei and galaxy evolution, and is an activist for Women In STEM and who works as a science communicator when not staring at distant baby black holes or fleeing from space poop. Kat is bas…
 
Astrophiz 103 - Clint Jeffrey - 'First Light' @ASV Amateur Radio TelescopeOur fabulous feature interview for May 2020 is with Clint Jeffrey, an amazing ham radio veteran and radio technician who has been collecting, connecting, testing and calibrating the RF and digital technologies for the newly constructed 8.5 metre radio telescope for the Astron…
 
Astrophiz 101: Professor Melanie Johnston-Hollitt - Directing the Murchison Widefield arrayOur feature interview this month is with Professor Melanie Johnston-Hollitt, Director of the Murchison Widefield Array & Research Professor based in Western Australia. Melanie manages large-scale, multinational research infrastructure, is regularly involved w…
 
Our featured guest for this special 100th episode is Dr Vanessa Moss, astronomer and Head of CSIRO’s ASKAP Science Operations. CSIRO is Australia’s leading science organisation and ASKAP is the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder radio telescope array in Western Australia.Vanessa tells us about her PhD ‘The Galactic ecosystem: Outflow and …
 
Today in Astrophiz we have our regular presenter Dr Ian 'Astroblog' Musgrave giving us is a special report on 'The Return of Betelgeuse' . Ian also previews the excellent observing opportunities over the next two weeks, especially in the morning skies, and a report on a captured 'mini-moon'IN THE NEWS:ASTRONOMERS DETECT BIGGEST EXPLOSION IN THE HIS…
 
Karlie Alinta Noon has just completed her Master's degree in radio astronomy looking at gas accretion onto the Milky Way and is the Indigenous Heritage Office with the Federal Department of Environment & Energy in Canberra, Australia. Karlie is a Gamilaraay astrophysicist, animal lover, greeny & gamer grl with a rich background in science communica…
 
Today’s feature interview is with planet hunter Dr Belinda Nicholson, Postdoctoral Research Assistant at the University of Oxford, Department of Physics. Belinda’s current research involves exoplanet hunting using exotic telescope data. Previously she has investigated the behaviour of ‘teenage’ stars, and her work has taken her all over Australia a…
 
Over the holiday season we are taking a break, and we are producing a couple of ‘Holiday Specials’ where we reprise some episodes as ‘double headers’ where we provide 2 feature interviews from our 2019 playlist. We have stripped out Dr Ian Musgrave’s ‘What’s Up’ segment and my ‘In the News’ segment, giving you two uninterrupted interviews.In this r…
 
Our feature interview today is with Dr Geraint Lewis who a Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Sydney, whose research includes cosmology and galactic archaeology. and today he is going to help us look at the existential question “Are We Alone” .Also I’ll remind listeners that this is our last episode for 2019 before we take our holiday b…
 
Astrophiz 95: Steve Olney: From Ham Radio to Radio Astronomy - "The 2019 Vela Glitch"Feature Interview: This amazing interview features Steve Olney who has established the Hawkesbury Radio Astronomy Observatory in his backyard. Steve has constructed a Yagi antenna array, coupled it with a receiver and observed a pulsar 900 LY away and generated dat…
 
Astrophiz 94: Amanda Wherrett: ANU Siding Spring ObservatoryThis wonderful episode features Amanda Wherrett from the Australian National University and who conducts wonderful tours of the Siding Spring Observatory in remote New South Wales in Australia. Amanda shares with us the absolute best observing tip you will hear in your whole life, and she …
 
Astrophiz 93: Dr Jim Palfreyman: The Vela GlitchThis episode features astrophysicist Dr Jim Palfreyman, who is a data analyst and casual researcher at the University of Tasmania. Today he tells us about his celebrated Nature paper revealing the way he analyses Vela’s glitches and how that came to tell us about the inner structures of neutron stars/…
 
Astrophiz 92: Dr Ivo Seitenzahl ~ Optical Tomography in Type Ia Supernova remnants.Today’s featured guest is originally from Germany and is now a Future Fellow in the School of Science at the University of New South Wales in Canberra. Ivo introduces us to his new technique using optical telescope integral field spectrograph data to analyse the diff…
 
Astrophiz 91: Dr Chenoa Tremblay – “Molecules in Space & Dark Magnetism”Listen: Our fabulous featured guest today is Dr Chenoa Tremblay, who is a Postdoctoral fellow in Dark Magnetism with the CSIRO and a member of the Commissioning team for the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) facility in remote Western Australia.Chenoa introdu…
 
Astrophiz 90: Sophia Nasr – Self Interacting Dark Matter and Galaxy ClustersThis episode’s featured guest is Sophia Nasr, who is a fabulous graduate physics student at University of California, Irvine who is working on her PhD in cosmology and astroparticle theory with a focus on researching Self-Interacting Dark Matter. She brilliantly explains al…
 
Astrophiz 88: Cate MacQueen – The Dark Photon + ‘What’s Up Doc’ with Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ MusgraveListen: Today we are speaking with experimental particle physicist Cate MacQueen, who conducts analyses searching for dark matter at particle accelerators.Cate is currently based at The University of Melbourne and is part of the Dark Sector Physics team …
 
In Part 3 of an extended three part interview, our featured guest is again Professor Jonti Horner, the Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Southern Queensland in Australia. With thousands of citations, he is an esteemed Astronomer and Astrobiologist who researches Exoplanets, Exoplanet Habitability and the evolution of our Solar system. …
 
Astrophiz 86: Professor Jonti Horner – Exobiology Part 2‘Fingerprinting Exoplanets, NASA, TESS & MINERVA-AUSTRALIS’+ ‘What’s Up Brendan’ because Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ Musgrave is away at a conference in Hawaii.In Part 2 of an extended three part interview, our featured guest is Professor Jonti Horner, the Professor of Astrophysics at the University of…
 
Astrophiz 85: Professor Jonti Horner - Exobiology Part 1'The Myths of Jupiter, Comet impacts & the search for life elsewhere’+ ‘What’s Up Doc’ with Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ MusgraveListen:In Part 1 of an extended three part interview, our featured guest is Professor Jonti Horner, the Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Southern Queensland in A…
 
Astrophiz 84: “The Dark Energy Science Collaboration and the LSST” In this episode we are speaking with Venezuelan-born astrophysicist and observational cosmologist Dr Anais Möller.Anais is currently based in France and is part of the team who are the science drivers of the Dark Energy Science Collaboration attached to the LSST (the Large Synoptic …
 
Today we’d like to welcome Tommy Marshman, an early stage researcher who is completing his Masters of Research at Macquarie University in Sydney Australia.Tommy explains his research comparing the effectiveness of CPU and GPU pipelines when working with galactic plane surveys using Parkes data.In ‘What’s Up Doc’ for astrophotographers and observers…
 
Astrophiz 82: Dr Ashley Ruiter - Supernova scientistToday we are speaking with Dr Ashley Ruiter, ARC Future Fellow and senior lecturer in the School of Science at UNSW Canberra, Australia. She specializes in Type Ia supernovae and other transient phenomena from stars, in particular their origin, evolution history, and birth rates. Basically she res…
 
Astrophiz 81: Dr Ivy Wong - 'Star Formation, Galaxy Evolution & Radio Galaxy Zoo"Our feature interview is with Dr Ivy Wong, who researches supermassive black holes, star formation and the evolution of galaxies. Her research is sensational and you will love the questions she asks about galaxy evolution and how she goes about answering those brillian…
 
In this fabulous episode we are speaking with Dr JJ Eldridge, who is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physics at the University of Auckland. Their general research concerns the lives and deaths of stars and particularly the effects of binary interactions on the lives of binary stars and how these change the appearance of galaxies, alter the r…
 
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