2019-02-17 / MP3 [20.6MB; 42m 50s]
David, Jen, Mark, Megan, and Stuart present Seldom Sirius. Episode twenty two in which Jen doesn't choose an astronomy-based name.
In this episode, we find out about the newly announced Baby2018a (Jessica). We discuss our favourite northern winter constellations. We also talk about the latest astronomy news including China's Chang'e 4 lunar rover and a repeating fast radio burst discovered by the CHIME observatory.
- "We report the discovery of a protohuman in the Gupta system..."
- The Astronomer's Telegram: "Direct detection of a protohuman"
- First observation of Baby2018a (Jessica) at Jodrell Bank
- Totally not pulsars
- Evan Keane wrote about FRBs in Nature
- Evan Keane wrote about FRBs on the arXiv
- Chang'e 4 landing on the Moon
|Image:||The CHIME cylinder surface, viewed under starlight / CREDIT: CHIME Collaboration|