2018-02-06 / MP3 [23.2MB; 48m 10s]
David, Jen, Mark, Megan, and Stuart present Seldom Sirius. Episode sixteen in which we can't be silenced.
In this delayed episode we chat about our book and podcast recommendations. Dr Libby Jones tells us about the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope, her research on dust and star formation, and her plans for getting JWST observations on clothing. Megan talks about the upcoming Square Kilometre Array and multi-wavelength observations.
- Dr Libby Jones
- BBC Elements podcast
- Helen Arney sings the elements song
- More or Less podcast
- Surely you're joking, Mr Feynman!
- (The problem of Richard Feynman)
- Bayesian statistics
- Buffering the Vampire Slayer
- Blue Planet II Podcast
- A galaxy of her own
- James Webb Space Telescope
- UK Astronomy Technology Centre
- Space Telescope Science Institute
- Hubble Deep Field
- Mike Massimino
- Bruce McCandless
- Square Kilometre Array
- Libby at Edinburgh International Festival
|Mission patch image:||Illustration of the JWST mirror segments on a simulation of a JWST deep field. / CREDIT: Stuart Lowe/NASA|