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The Silicon Valley Astronomy Lectures Podcasts

  1. Will the 21st Century be the Time We Discover Life Beyond Earth?2017/10/11
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  2. Is Anyone Out There: The $100 Million Breakthrough: Listen Project2017/03/15
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  3. Beyond: Our Future in Space2017/02/15
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  4. The ‘All-American’ Eclipse of the Sun this August2017/06/28
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  5. The Monster Black Hole at the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy2017/03/20
    By measuring the rapid orbits of the stars near the center of our galaxy, Dr. Andrea Ghez, UCLA, and her colleagues have moved the case for a supermassive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way from a possibility to a certainty. She reports on her pioneering observations and discusses some of the surprising results this work has led to. Recorded January 25, 2017.
  6. Space-time Symphony: Gravitational Waves from Merging Black Holes2017/03/20
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  7. The Science and Non-science of Star Wars2017/03/20
    In this wide-ranging, humorous talk, Seth Shostak, SETI Institute, takes a look at Star Wars and other science fiction films from the point of view of a skeptical scientist, tells stories about the movies he has been asked to advise, and muses about aliens from space and how we might make contact with them. Recorded October 12, 2017.
  8. Finding a New Earth: Exoplanets and the Habitable Zone2016/07/25
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  9. How Things in the Universe Came About and How They Ended Up Within Us2016/07/25
    Dr. Tom Abel (Stanford University) takes us on an illustrated journey through the early stages of the universe, using the latest computer animations of how the first (massive) stars formed and died, and how stars built up the first galaxies. He also discusses how the early stars seeded the cosmos with the chemical elements necessary for life. Recorded April 6, 2016.
  10. Report from the Planetary Frontier: The Latest from New Horizons at Pluto2016/06/24
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  11. Innumerable Globes Like This One: The Search for Life Beyond the Solar System2016/06/24
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  12. Einstein’s Blunder Undone: The Runaway Universe2016/01/19
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  13. In the Land of Enchantment: The Epic Story of the Cassini Mission to Saturn2016/01/11
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  14. 100 Years of Einstein's Relativity (And How it Underlies Our Modern Understanding of the Universe)2015/07/06
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  15. Now Appearing at a Dwarf Planet Near You: NASA's Dawn Mission to the Asteroid Belt2015/05/26
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  16. The Sentinel Mission: Finding the Asteroid Headed for Earth2015/07/06
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  17. Pluto on the Horizon: Anticipating our First Encounter with the Double Planet2015/03/04
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  18. Images of the Infant Universe: The Latest Results from the Planck Satellite2014/12/08
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  19. The Copernicus Complex: Are We Special in the Cosmos?2014/10/29
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  20. Monster Black Holes: What Lurks at the Center of Galaxies?2014/06/24
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  21. Lifting the Cosmic Veil: Highlights from a Decade of the Spitzer Space Telescope2014/06/04
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  22. Exploding Stars, New Planets, Black Holes, and the Crisis at Lick Observatory2014/06/04
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  23. Black Widow Pulsars: The Vengeful Corpses of Stars2014/03/31
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  24. The Chelyabinsk Meteor: Can We Survive a Bigger Impact?2013/12/10
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  25. How the Universe Went from Smooth to Lumpy: The Modern Origins Story2013/10/28
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  26. Being a Mars Rover: What It's Like on the Surface of Mars2013/06/18
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  27. Brown Dwarfs and Free-floating Planets: When You're Just Too Small to be a Star2013/05/28
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  28. Astronomy from the Stratosphere: NASA's SOFIA Mission2013/03/19
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  29. How Galaxies were Cooked from the Primordial Soup2013/02/25
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  30. Black Holes: The End of Time or a New Beginning?2012/12/18
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  31. Finding the Next Earth: The Latest Results from Kepler2012/11/06
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  32. Multiple Universes and Cosmic Inflation: The Quest to Understand Our Universe (and Find Others)2011/06/17
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  33. Our Explosive Sun: New Views of the Nearest Star and the Largest Explosions in the Solar System2011/05/13
    Recent satellite missions are giving scientists dramatic new views of the Sun and the huge magnetic explosions in its outer layers that cause flares and the ejections of huge masses of superheated gas. Dr. Thomas Berger of the Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab takes us on a beautiful tour through our Sun's atmosphere with images and movies from these missions. Recorded April 20, 2011.
  34. Saturn's Moon Titan: A World with Rivers, Lakes, and Possibly Even Life2011/03/24
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  35. How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had it Coming2011/02/04
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  36. Catching Shadows: Kepler's Search for New Worlds2011/01/10
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  37. The Ultimate Fate of the Solar System (and the Music of the Spheres)2010/11/22
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  38. Hearts of Darkness: Black Holes in Space2010/08/03
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  39. A Scientist Looks at "Doomsday 2012" and the Rise of Cosmophobia2010/05/11
    Many people have heard the rumors that the world will end in 2012 -- and that some astronomical event or alignment is to blame. Dr. David Morrison of the NASA Lunar Science Institute and SETI Institute discusses the public fears and how they have been enflamed by the media. He sets our minds at ease, showing why there is no reason to worry more in 2012 than any other year. Recorded April 21, 2010.
  40. The Many Mysteries of Antimatter2010/04/12
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  41. The Search for Intelligent Life Among the Stars: New Strategies2010/03/10
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  42. Life at the Edge: Life in Extreme Environments on Earth and the Search for Life in the Universe2010/01/21
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  43. Hubble Breakthrough: The First Photos of a Planet Orbiting Another Star2009/11/13
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  44. The Dark Side of the Universe: Dark Matter and Dark Energy2009/06/29
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  45. Planetary Protection and Hitchhikers in the Solar System: The Danger of Mingling Microbes2009/05/27
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  46. The Dawn of Creation: The First Two Billion Years2009/04/01
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  47. Prospecting for Water on the Moon: The Upcoming LCROSS Mission2009/02/17
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  48. Saturn's Restless Rings: Latest Results from the Cassini Mission2009/01/14
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  49. The Black Hole Wars: My Battle with Stephen Hawking2008/11/07
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  50. The Allen Telescope Array: The Newest Pitchfork for Exploring the Cosmic Haystack2008/06/19
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  51. New Worlds and Yellowstone: How Common are Habitable Planets?2008/04/05
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  52. New Horizons at Jupiter (and Some Saturn News)2007/12/11
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  53. Taking a Hit: Asteroid Impacts and Evolution2007/12/11
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  54. A Ringside Seat to the Formation of Planets2007/12/11
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  55. Comparing Worlds: Climate Catastrophes in the Solar System2007/06/12
    Take an entertaining and enlightening journey with astronomer and popular author Dr. David Grinspoon through the history of our solar system, discovering runaway greenhouses and snowball planets. Compare the evolution of Venus, Earth, and Mars over the years. And learn how studying the evolution of other planets can help us understand and predict climate change on Earth. Recorded April 11, 2007.
  56. The Mars Exploration Rover Mission: A Year of Exploration and Discovery2005/05/19
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  57. Estimating the Chances of Life Out There2005/04/20
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  58. A Scientist in Space/Searching for Earth-like Planets: NASA's Kepler Mission2007/04/12
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  59. Glimpsing the Edge of the Universe: Results from the Hubble Space Telescope2007/02/28
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  60. Dark Energy and the Runaway Universe2006/10/04
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  61. The Planet Pluto: Maligned but Not Forgotten2006/11/08
    Dr. Dale Cruikshank reviews what we knew about Pluto (including its atmosphere, of which he was the co-discoverer), why Pluto was re-classified as a dwarf planet in the fall of 2006, and what the New Horizons spacecraft may reveal about this distant world in the next decade. Recorded November 8, 2006.
The Silicon Valley Astronomy Lectures Podcasts
http://astrosociety.org/education/silicon-valley-astronomy-lectures/
Public lectures by noted astronomers on new developments in our exploration of the universe. These lectures are recorded at Foothill College near San Francisco.

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