All Space Considered year 2013

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December 2013 Edition:



Comet ISON's last hurrah
 

SPECIAL GUEST:
Dr. David Jewitt
Professor of Astronomy, UCLA


When is a comet not a comet?
 

Maven lifts off to Mars


Neutrinos in Antarctica?


Milky Way teeming with Earth sized planets


Beautiful astronomical images

December sky report


November 2013 Edition:



Comet ISON: comet of the century or a dud?
 

SPECIAL GUEST:
Kenneth E. Phillips, Ph.D.
Curator, Aerospace Science,
California Science Center


Mission 26 The Big Endeavour


 

Lake country on Titan


November sky report


Beautiful astronomical images





October 2013 Edition:



Juno flies by Earth
 

SPECIAL GUEST:
Professor Andrew Ingersoll (Caltech)

All about Jupiter

 

Voyager leaves the solar system ... at last!


Hey, hey, hey,
brown dwarf blurs lines


October sky report


No cows on Mars


Beautiful astronomical images

September 2013 Edition:



LIVE LAUNCH COVERAGE:
LADEE (Lunal Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer) mission.




Nova nova!

  SPECIAL GUESTS:
Griffith Observatory's own
astronomical artists



Don Dixon FIAAA


Astronomical artist Chris Butler

Chris Butler FRAS

 

Sun's magnetic poles about to flip?


September sky report


Beautiful astronomical images

August 2013 Edition:



Milky Way black holes prepare for spaghetti lunch




Every kiss begins with colliding neutron stars



August sky report
 

Dark energy & the expansion of the universe: meet special guest,
Professor David Kirkby (UC, Irvine)
 

Rise of the machines


Smile! You're on Cassini's camera
 

Beautiful astronomical images

July 2013 Edition:



Volcanoes on Earth and beyond
 

Quark quartet, spooky action, and more: meet theoretical physicist, Professor Clifford Johnson (USC)
 

A bounty of black holes in Andromeda
       


Celebrating pioneering women of aerospace
 

Beautiful astronomical images
 
July sky report
         

June 2013 Edition:



Moon water is like Earth's
 

Not-so-tiny bubbles
 

June ice capades
       


Oddity from the
International Space Station
 

Beautiful astronomical images
 
June sky report
         

May 2013 Edition:



Planets around
Kepler 62 & 69:
getting closer to alien Earths
   

When asteroids attack!
    Beautiful astronomical images    


Private launches reach new heights
     
May sky report
         

April 2013 Edition:



Curiosity hits pay dirt
 

Looking through gravitational lenses
 

An older, slower, lopsided universe
         
     
Beautiful astronomical images       April sky report

March 2013 Edition:

Great balls of fire! Life on Mars today?
 
Beautiful astronomical images March sky report

February 2013 Edition:

Billions and billions of planets The biggest thing in the universe?
 
A shockingly hot solar halo Beautiful astronomical images
 
February sky report    

January 2013 Edition:

Highlights of 2012 and
great expectations for 2013
Tau Ceti:
a solar system like ours?
 

Baby galaxies from the first billion years
Special Guest:
Professor Richard Ellis, Caltech
Allen Chen
 
A river runs through it (Titan, that is) Beautiful astronomical images
 
September sky report    

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