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exocast

The exoplanet podcast

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Recent Episodes

July 8, 2019

Exocast-36b: Live at AbSciCon, plus Spectroscopy 101, and the Exoplanet News

Exocast-36b: Live at AbSciCon, plus Spectroscopy 101, and the Exoplanet News

May 28, 2019

Exocast-35b: Special guest Tom Haworth, plus Exoplanet Direct Imaging

Exocast-35b: Special guest Tom Haworth, Planet formation in extreme environments, ALMA observations, News, PDS-70b

May 7, 2019

Exocast-34b: with special guest Raphaëlle Haywood, plus Isotope Geochronometers

Exocast-34b: with special guest Raphaëlle Haywood, plus Isotope Geochronometers

April 2, 2019

Exocast-33b: with special guest Jessie Dotson, plus Ice Giants

Exocast-33b: with special guest Jessie Dotson, plus Ice Giants

February 26, 2019

Exocast-32b: featuring special guest Dr Jo Barstow, plus detecting the solar system from TRAPPIST-1

Exocast-32b: featuring special guest Dr Jo Barstow, plus detecting the solar system from Trappist-1

January 25, 2019

Exocast-31b: with special guest Lee Billings, plus Waterworlds and exoplanet news

On the 31th episode of Exocast: Hugh is joined in the virtual exocast studio by Science Journalist Lee Billings a writer for Scientific American and author of “5 billion years of Solitude”. Andrew dives into waterworlds inside and outside of our solar system and what we can learn about habitability. Hannah takes a look at what exoplanet news had been released over the past months and highlights the great work done by furloughed US scientists

December 13, 2018

Exocast-30b: with special guest Jessie Christiansen, plus ExoCup2018 analysis

On the 30th episode of Exocast: Andrew is joined in the virtual exocast studio by Dr Jessie Christiansen from Caltech/NExSci to talk a little about her work on exoplanet demographics, catalogs, public outreach, and citizen science. Hannah provides an overview of last month’s #exocup, giving us a run down on the stats, the winners, losers, surprises and lessons learned. Hugh takes a look at what other exoplanet news had been released over the past month.

October 28, 2018

Exocast-29b: with special guest Sarah Hörst, Exomoons, News, and Exocup2018

On the 29th episode of Exocast: Hannah is joined by Professor Sarah Hörst from Johns Hopkins University to talk about her lab and working on haze production for solar system planets and beyond. Hugh discusses the concept of Exomoons following the recent potential discovery. Andrew takes a look at the exoplanet news for the past month, and introduces the new format for the Exocup2018! And Sarah adds the not extra-solar, not planet, Titan to the exocast adopted

October 5, 2018

Exocast-28b: Special guest Daniel Angerhausen, SOFIA, technosignatures, news, HD 209458b

Exocast-28b: Special guest Daniel Angerhausen, SOFIA, technosignatures, news, HD 209458b

August 2, 2018

Exocast-27b: special guest Michael Gully-Santiago, K2, Exoplanet meetings, news, HAT-P-11b

Exocast-27b: special guest Michael Gully-Santiago, K2, Exoplanet meetings, news, HAT-P-11b

July 2, 2018

Exocast-26b with Natasha Batalha, PandExo, RVs, and HAT-P-26b

In the 26th episode of Exocast: Natasha Batalha joins Hannah for a chat about PandExo (the Exoplanet ETC for HST and JWST) and her work on Martian climate modelling. Hugh discusses all things radial velocity: history, current, and future prospects. Andrew covers all of June’s exoplanet news; And Natasha adds “Hannah’s special planet” HAT-P-26b to our gang of Adopted Planets http://media.blubrry.com/exocast/p/www.exocast.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Exocast-26b_v2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

May 28, 2018

Exocast-25b: Exoplanetary Helium (with guest Jess Spake), plus the “Shadow Biosphere”

In the 25th episode of Exocast: Jessica Spake joins us to chat about the first detection of exoplanetary Helium – around the planet Wasp-107b Andrew covers whether alien biology could exist in a Shadow Biosphere here on Earth. Hannah covers all of May’s exoplanet news; And Jess invites an old friend to the exocast adopted planets – 51 Pegasi b, the first exoplanet detected around a sun-like star. http://media.blubrry.com/exocast/p/www.exocast.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/exocast-25b_edit1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:

April 30, 2018

Exocast-24b: Special guest Rus Belikov, direct imaging, Alpha Can, Titan, news, Ross-128b

Exocast-24b: Special guest Rus Belikov, direct imaging, Alpha Can, Titan, news, Ross-128b

April 1, 2018

Exocast-23b: special guest Jayne Birkby, UKExoM, Gaia, news, WTS-2b

Exocast-23b: special guest Jayne Birkby, UKExoM, Gaia, news, WTS-2b

February 28, 2018

Exocast-22b: panspermia, exoplanet phases, news, Kepler-167e

Exocast-22b: panspermia, exoplanet phases, news, Kepler-167e

January 30, 2018

Exocast-21b: planet formation, habitability of eccentric planets, news, Kepler-21b

Exocast-21b: planet formation, habitability of eccentric planets, news, Kepler-21b

December 9, 2017

Exocast-20b: The ExoCup

In the 20th episode of Exocast we discuss all things #ExoCup What is the ExoCup? How was it conceived? What was the result? Why was it so stressful for the Exocast crew? We take a voxbox from some members of the exoplanet community on their opinions of the ExoCup (inc. Dr. Jessie Christiansen, Dr. Nikole Lewis, Dr. Natalie Batalha, Dr. Abhi Rajan); Andrew reports on the months interesting exoplanetary news that was still churning out

October 30, 2017

The Exocast Exoplanet #ExoCup

The Exocast Exoplanet #ExoCup  Head-to-head fight to the finish. 32 exoplanets go in one becomes the champion! You can see fun facts about all of our competing exoplanets by checking out the Exocast ExoCup cards. The #ExoCup Cards: The data for the cards was compiled from a number of sources including: NASA Exoplanet Archive, exoplanets.org, Transiting Exoplanet Catalogue (TEPCat), Planetary Habitability Laboratory, and any related journal articles or news stories concerning the individual planets. The

October 30, 2017

Exocast-19b: origins of life part 2, software and machine learning, news, Proxima b

Exocast-19b: origins of life part 2, software and machine learning, news, Proxima b

October 7, 2017

Exocast-18b – Direct Imaging Special with special guest Sasha Hinkley

In the 18th episode of Exocast, we chat to Sasha Hinkley, a direct imaging expert at the University of Exeter: “Spotlights & fireflies” – what it means to be able to directly image planets and how we do it. Why direct imaging may not have the numbers compared to other detection techniques, but can give us so much more information on each planet The future of direct imaging instruments, including JWST, WFIRST and the E-ELT.

The exocasters

Meet the three podcasting exoplanet astronomers
Andrew Rushby
Andrew Rushby
Hannah Wakeford
Hannah Wakeford
Hugh Osborn
Hugh Osborn
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