Updated Audio: Ep. 475: Fast Radio Bursts

Posted on Jan 29, 2018 in Astronomy, Cosmology, Physics, Science | 0 comments

If you got the previous version of Ep. 475 with bad audio, here’s the fixed version!
You know what’s fun? Mysteries. Here’s one: fast radio bursts. Astronomers have been detecting mysterious one-time signals from across the sky. What’s causing them? Nobody knows for sure, but the search is on to get to the bottom of them.
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Show Notes

Fast Radio Bursts
Duncan Lorimer and his student David Narkevic – Lorimer Burst
Parkes Observatory
interferometer UTMOST
Paul Scholz at McGill University
Green Bank Telescope
Breakthrough Listen
Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME)


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