14 Burst results for "Natalie Starkey"

"natalie starkey" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on The Current

"So the only thing. I could think of that. Explains the extra push is that it's pushed by reflecting sunlight and for that it has to be very thin like a sale. And we're familiar with the salem. A bolt that is being pushed by the wind. The reflecting air and the same thing happens when light bounces off surface. It gives it the next report and where this is called the light sale and we are currently developing this technology for space exploration. It offers the advantage of not needing to carry the fuel. And so it's quite possible that what we saw technological artifact the light sale or or even just the surface layer of some technological spacecraft when you say technological artifacts and it's not like it would be like some sort of probe that's coming to look at. It's something that l. Something else created. That is passing by us right. It was created efficiently now. Nature doesn't produce such a thin structures. And you know other other. Astronomers took seriously those weird properties of this object tried to expand but all the scenarios that works suggested invoked the something that we have never seen before like football field sized chunk of frozen hydrogen hydrogen iceberg. We've never seen anything like it. Before and also it would have not survived. The journey and other sedition was. Maybe it's a cloud of dust. Sort of that is one hundred times less dense than air again. It would not likely survive the journey but anyone that tried to explain what we observed head to expand it in terms of something that we have never seen before and keep in mind this is the very first object that we we see visiting our solar system from outside and so i said you know if it's nothing that we have seen before why not contemplate the possibility that it's of artificial origin. Now the only people that claim business as usual of those that do not pay attention to the details of the evidence that we have. There are a lot of people who when you said that why not say that. It might be something of artificial origin. There are a lot of people who said that you know. The math doesn't add up a science. Isn't there the evidence isn't there. Natalie starkey analyzes comets and asteroids at the u. case open university and on the podcast.

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

06:04 min | 3 months ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Cosmo chemists. Natalie starkey always good to have you natalie and natalie do you. Do you have a twitter. Handle you. Can share with people is dot us. Started all the good. Oh okay why. Not only are you a cosmo cadmus which sounds like the space version of breaking bad but then you get stocky. Start us on top of that. Oh man and chuck handle is chuck nice comic book so we left off. We last left off wondering you you ask the question. John that if a comic can come in and it has the ingredients for life right instead of colliding with earth and burning up candidate just sort of break up in the atmosphere and then sprinkled down gently and the problem here. Chuck is the matter of the kinetic. Energy has that energy has to go somewhere. Somebody's gotta eat that kinetic energy and if it hits the atmosphere or the ground or the connector edgy. Goes back into the object and destroys every frigging molecule. How ever natalie's stardust mission manage to collect comet particles with a fast moving object. So natalie what magic did you guys perform on this mission. So that you didn't you didn't destroy the very thing you tried to collect icon. Credit for analyze classic amazing about what the scientists went on and some michio could aaron gel which is basically a very light and very dense material. Which made macy made of silica who made a silica and it slows down past calls as the catches so it was made like knocks on this kind of tennis tennis racket stark alexa and say we flew through the town of the pass from the hit this collector and they were rapidly decelerated and important part when he do that is not was up. Say this monsieur. Actually he's way from these hospitals to say impacted and preserve them really really even the really volatile stuff like the the organic matter which should have kind of gotten kind of evaporates way essentially. There's no matter what you're suggesting is if we replace earth's atmosphere with aero gel collect anything that fell him. Okay just checking on that chocolates lightning round to these questions. We can get him all right. Okay this is tony ham. Who says could gotten a shape due to the possible gravitational pull up planets and stars so you know. We didn't talk about the shape but it's she gave the dimensions. It's very cigar-shape shaped all right. Yeah it's it's hard for me to shame because we come see it directly and say one of the we think is probably quite lawyers possibly five to ten times longer as wide which is really unusual shade. We've got we've seen nothing like that. Nasim system and and if it was over five times longer than it's funny it's a really weird shape so it's really hard to describe how would have come from a comet or an asteroid or another planet is extremely strange. It might not be scholars. Eight is some people think it might be kind of flat disc shape so is basically quite long relation to how white is. But why can't greg title forces have stretched it out like for example in a comet shoemaker. Levy back twenty five years ago. That was one kind of broken into many pieces. If you couldn't resolve the different pieces and you step back you might think is just one long elongated comment when you there will basically retaining the same time so that they will be bound in some way because we use like earth day so using astronomy all the time to look objects outside of earth and stars in paterson things and the way we do this. Is we look at how it reflects the light. How an jet reflects the sunlight or whatever it might be star near it. And and what discovery of mike. Hove shape and so basically looks like objects essentially tumbling through space new an astro comment which is very always very neatly arrayed. Predictably and this is basically tumbling. It's really odd saying. I think it's going to be one object because it was local. Jesse probably wouldn't expect to see that and in the date or happening coherently. Okay can remember so. There are a lot of people who think that this might be some type of alien technology or some kind of mast alien. Craft philip in. I says is this from another civilization. Yeah rig citing the suggested is a really exciting prospects. We've got to remember. I love the old call. Sagan's saying extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence and retired. Have the evidence to really strongly support. The idea that this is an alien spatial was some areas. They should junk or something like that. We have to see. I rule out all the more natural observations that we may your more actual ideas about what is thinking. We're just to be clear your statement. We have to rule them out is a away a scientific bias against it. Being aliens right. You say we have to rule out these other explanations before we accept the aliens. That's let's call it a bias. It's the history of this exercise. Shows that that's the right thing to do is that a fair opens raise. We have to go with a simple relation fast because it's usually the correct one but once we ruled out the more simplex nations. There's a comment or an asteroid or a piece of broken piece of a planet from another exit. Then we can start to look at the mall of fuel things like is it a piece of an alien spaceship or something but what was the most compelling evidence to.

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

03:17 min | 3 months ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"From start to cosmic queries. We got natalie starkey our solar system combat expert with us who's answering all our questions about the solar system vagabonds and especially a move. We'll be right back. Exploring the secrets of the cosmos is a fascinating pursuit. But have you discovered the vast at incredible potential of your own mind. Introducing advanced new tropic formula from be thrive the vitamin shoppe brand available at vitamin shoppe dot com or your local vitamin shoppe store. This stimulant free formula supports cognitive function neuron development and repair and bring derived new tropic factor to promote their survival of existing neurons and encourage growth of new synapses non gmo advanced new tropic formula features clinically studied ingredients like synapse for peak cognitive performance cognizant for mental energy focus and attention and clinically proven in extra so you can stay extra sharp in fat you may experience an improvement in alertness for up to five hours as always all v thrive the vitamin shoppe brand products are simply clean with no magnesium it stick acid or titanium dioxide advancement tropic. Formula comes with a quality. Promise you can trust with ingraham purity and potency verified by independent third party. Labs the best part it's on sale. Save fifteen percent on purchases of forty dollars or more when you use code star talk at vitamin shoppe dot com today again. That's fifteen percent off purchases a forty dollars more with code star talk on vitamin shoppe s. h. o. p. p. e. dot com to expand your mental universe today. Apartments dot com is the number one rental search website with the most listings of apartments condos and home and the best tools to find a new space without even leaving your place. Apartments dot com has three virtual tour. So people can conveniently view floor plans and amenities in thousands of units apartments. Dot com also has hd video including drone footage to see exterior views unit interiors and neighborhood views of different communities. You can find high risk photos including floor plans and memories local neighborhoods images and more plus apartments dot com has detailed property descriptions so people can find out more about apartment communities the range of amenities and reviews from other renters in neighborhood information. They've helped over forty million people find homes and have put more renters into new homes than any other site visit apartments dot com to find a new base without leaving your place. Hey i'm roy hill percival and i support star talk on patron bringing the universe down to earth. This is star. Talk with neil degrasse tyson starbucks macquarie's the mood edition. And i've got natalie starkey.

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"I have a feeling the rest of the world catching up with those laws and see yeah, you could. You could go in mind a restaurant you can for short then sell it whatever materials you get from anti whoever wants them? That's been in American rule ever since the beginning we find it and then hours. How how the country was built? Expert. WHO's even sees as propulsion rocket fuel. So you can if you can split the hydrogen and oxygen out of the water water being h Shula molecule and the highest in the oxygen, and you can use that as propulsion not just for humans living, but it's will say to get further into space because as you said, launching anything of our planet is incredibly expensive because we have a little gravity. So if we can get off limb space having to take it with us. That's a real bonus as well. Excellent Right. and. We. Wish we've got a question from instagram. From Gabriel Joakim how do different chemical compositions change the color of the comet Nice question because I've seen pictures of the comment and there's all these beautiful colors in it. I want to know where that comes from except we have to take a break. We come back. We will all learn from Natalie starkey. How comets colors..

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

09:18 min | 8 months ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Are you after your first visit to us? You didn't run away and not come back. You came back I felt my head getting larger with facts and knowledge and I thought let's do this again and. Your head will not sit on the screen. And we'll never right thing. Measurement. I saw is a stand up comedian, and if I remember correctly, you wrote a book called how to make white people laugh indeed that's a crazy title. Crazy. I would like a comet to be named after my book. And also you host podcast fake, the nation that's. Yeah. These are very very. These are terms he's got. You got to pick up that book. Listen to that because you want to know what the hell. Where are you coming from? y'All enjoy them they'll they're they're fun but they have like you know just a lot less science, but you'll still love them. And you you write this not as a white person. You write this as a Middle Eastern heritage person that's right. I'M GONNA running. American. Muslim. You can probably tell from my voice I was GONNA pick it out. So easy to tell on podcast. So. Delighted. To have your back and we have a friend of start talking Natalie starkey Natalie welcome back. Yeah. You're you're our comet expert and you're you're dialing in or or zooming in from Cambridge, share the. In England? Very cool. Well, welcome and many people don't know that You wrote our most recent space show at the Hayden Planetarium with features. Planet says objects and Planets as astronomical targets of interest. So just thanks thanks for coming in to do that I just want. To visit as well because how could I resist if? Things on a sales. In this. Exactly exactly. So when the planetarium back up, maybe you come back and visit. Way. Give listeners a little bit of insight about the two of you. The Green Room Chitchat before we started recording was about helium later. Stuff. That is what I mean. So if you think they're talking about like you know Kinda West or something before we start recording. No, they're talking about helium before we start recording your. So everyone's clear. These people are talking about it all day long. US for this hour naturally starting a colleague and who's the professor at the is at the Open University. Actually. Public engagement officer. Now. Officer. Yeah I. I see somebody doing a lot of physics public engagement 'cause I discovered doing the Lauren free says actually just love talking about science. Okay well, excellent. Excellent and you've got book and you've got videos and so you're out there you're trying to do what we're trying to do so we. Know that's fine. I'll go to the Bahamas you take my place. How about that? All right. So your expertise, I'm intrigued because your expertise in the solar system grew up out of your expertise thinking about as a planet and as as a geological object. So gives you a different kind of angle into what comments are than an astronomer would have. So by any. I saw Jill logistical always been fascinated by volcanoes. That was what got me into science, and then what I discovered from that is doing chemistry rocks and then it just grew from there and my kitschy was looking at understanding the Earth Planet how he formed four and a half years ago how it evolved since then and Stepped when I saw their heist, which is the research additionally had my PhD. It was looking at Komen asteroids wasn't doing the same kind of chemistry on them, but it was just the can't space rooks instead only goodness. That's cool. I didn't know anything about space roads, but I'm going to jump in and give it a go and just not let backside. Absolutely. Love it. I don't mean to be biased, but space is cooler than geology. Each. Space. You you gotta be careful because I hear geologists can be very violent so you might get some attacks after this. Like, actual rocks that they can touch, you can't touch your rocks Neil. Lords embrace these rocks and I've actually hit my Shin with my armie hammer before by actually missed the it was so painful. Gene, if she can do that to herself. Imagine what she can do. I noticed a hint of violence and you. So, Natalie. You still have your eyebrows. So whatever level volcanoes you had, you didn't get too far into him. I. I've never seen like an actual eruption been on an active volcano many times just an volcano and Caribbean works and you can actually hear the thing roaring. You'll standing next to it only gases escaping from his APPs to amaze neither do that for as she went to one and actually come to understand its temperature in liquid and detailed measure gases but they just fascinates for canines and so we've got volcanoes in the solar system that replaces other than earth. So it's cool to have you. Helping us about those. Coming up next year is all about space volcanoes. So so I've written. Yeah. My second, just finished cyrus going to be a while to comes out and it's about all of Aquinas in the solar system made an ice all made of rock ice volcanoes. That's right. SPEWING CHUNKS OF ICE. We think of all canines as hot objects, but it's really just as objects with there's a lot of pressure. Affair where The only makes the coolest self down but if that thing is already cold and it just has to be a little bit warmer inside on a bit colder outside that he wanted to. Hate. By the way can I say that space volcano is how I described an ex boyfriend who was both a pothead and had a temper so I actually realized it was a real thing. So I'm learning a lot. Tempers. Remark. Assault. That was weird about him. So Nagin, did you collect questions for us for this cosmic query? Did there's so many great questions. Head right in. Let's head right in with. Philip. Lions from Patriot he asks. I because. I because they really support I understand that combat neo is was recently discovered in March given how long its orbital period is around the sun how can we be sure that it originated in our solar system? Natalie is. kind of nervous Jim Coles Macquarie's because it sounds like an exotic. What are they going to? Say Hey say something about comments is mentally Peaking at your palm. All Right Natalie you have about thirty seconds to answer this question. Right. sakonnet. Get out fast case really hard to see the system. So when the Was the system and that's the only time. We can really see them in any detail. We're quantify how small a small. About five kilometers across. Three miles. If you're an old as say not huge if we can't that from the earth and it's really far away, we're not going to see very easily and now most of the time come really far they live in the far out beach science system pasta orbits the planet and they live in. So Michael The quaker bell and then even further out this kind of theoretical region cooled the all cloud. And so there's Billions of them, and sometimes they get versus the NFL system to bring them closer to the sun, which is what happened with Nia. Wise. Now, it comes in and she was on a different orbital period to start with, but it's attraction with a son changed his very. So it got longer I. Think it's going from around four thousand news to around six thousand years to get. Around the sun and all the way back again. So it's a very long period. Comment is what we say and this tells us that it came from very far away because if it had come from the to us, it wouldn't take silence to go around the sun and so he wets how does little over to cure it and we know it's not coming back for quite sometime..

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"I'd like to think I just picking up on your point Natalie. It is intriguing and intriguing and underappreciated fact that asteroids and comets may have been the bringers of life the ingredients of life, but perhaps even life itself, and yet they can also serve as harbingers of doom for the very life that it brought well. And that is causing perspective you've been listening to possibly even watching this episode of star talk. Cosmic queries, asteroids comets addition. I wanna thank Natalie Starkey friend and colleague who went back across the pond. Good luck. In your your new science, teaching exploits at the opening university in the UK and always heavy and how how people find more of you out there. I am stocky start us on Twitter Instagram. Starkey stardust great band from the sixties. And you also one of our star took all stars. I am. Yes. So I have other Shays that you can go and listen to you. I've had about four now. Go some water in the solar system and stroke lot of asteroid staff. I to the malls insight mission, which is actually malls. At the Maidment said as if he thinks he can go check out very good and linked today. Shays in the description. Excellent. Mark your you get around. I get around. I'm on the road every weekend doing road. Again, my comedy stylings and a comedy club near you. And go to Mark Norman comedy dot com. Oh, inciteful and clever and funny. I love what more. Can we ask your for what the world needs today ear big inspiration year? Traffic light tweet. That's a joke. That's a bit. Yeah. I'm obsessed with jokes. And that's a great. Joe tried joking. But it's you know, inciteful and clever and funny. I love what more. Can we ask your for what the world needs today ear big inspiration year? Traffic light tweet. That's a joke. That's a bit. Yeah. I'm obsessed with jokes. And that's a great. Joe tried joking. But it's you know, they don't always land. But I'm coming from. I love it. I love. All right. That's been star talk. I've been your host Neil degrasse Tyson your personal extra physicists. And as always I bid he to keeping.

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Comets addition with our friend and colleague, Natalie Starkey, Natalie phoned in from London outside a London, we miss you. Stay here for three years, and then you just left us. No, I miss California as well. But it's really far from Himes. I it's nice to be back in the rain joy. Said no one ever. She she Briggs it Brexit. Yes. Yes. So so sorry sorry. So Mark my co-host for today. What do you have for us? Here we go go. Void Walker ninety two Instagram. Are there any asteroids with their own natural satellites currently known if so how common or uncommon is this and how does the dynamic affect traff tracking and understanding trajectory of the asteroid. Nice. That makes sense earlier lean that quite a lot of stories have moons natural satellites around them, and it's probably other bits of material of that same asteroid. But when show 'cause we haven't studied them in detail, one of the problems is that we can't actually see them raise late because they asteroid themselves small NFL that means around the even smoother say we found about I think it's two hundred moons around asteroids. Now say we definitely knew that that we want to study the more detail because it will tell us more about that object is self and how the object formed do think those asteroid do you think those moons dislodged from the asteroid itself to become one option? All it could be that they captured them like say, some of the means that we see around planet Sirri the captured moon, so that foam someone else in the system to that planet, and then they succeed at planet was laude and say this gravity attracted other objects to it. Alright main for example, didn't in play formed from the itself during a massive collision about four and a half billion years ago, and it basically threw off. Orion planet, and then it coalesced would mood, and it was then Trump with the so this different ways to form them. But we need to study more of them to figure out exactly how they old. That's question. Well, said well said Richard Stenhouse from Facebook. Hi, guys, loved the show kisses. I'm enlisting on Spotify. Since September twenty eighteen whilst I'm at work. And I'm as far back as season two can't get enough. A regular Natalie to it. Anyway, my question is is there a point between stars where comets or asteroids are under no influence of gravity at all. And if they somehow lost momentum would they hang in that space till the end of time from north Wales. UK I love it. Love the question. Great question because I actually Amy founds out recently myself, some of the comments like the cloud, which is the the cloud of material outside of our kind of surrounds us this system. So everything else that is this MS on a plane on the disc will the planet little comments asteroids. And then we've got this old cloud around us, which is always icy objects of which we actually have never really seen any of them because this so far away and some of them the edge of that cloud a far away that that will not gravitationally bound to our rain sun. And they're always close to the next all systems I secure enough. I don't know what happens to that. I mean, I guess maybe some very clever astrophysicists may figure out what is happening to these objects out there. But, but yeah, they could easily be turbine. We would say they might be pushed around by the gravity of another star system. And then and then even thrown out of our sight is completely will pushed in so they actually come in and visit visit the song on the innocents system. But but that's a great question susceptible. We the sun the planets and everything that the family role orbiting the center of the galaxy among other stars. So even if you have a precariously positioned comet at the edge of this or cloud, and it doesn't have a gravitational allegiance eventually will move. We're moving past other stars. Somebody's gonna snatch it. Yes. Or perturb it and have descend back down into our star. So so, yeah, the things are always in motion. If if you're without allegiance that wouldn't be for long. I'm so. Jealous. It just to be clear or is named for a guy named John..

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Star talk re back house Macquarie's edition, Mark Norman. Oh, yes. I love it here watching you. Dr Natalie Starkey, you still with us. Yes. I'm still at. Actually. Yes. Yes. Expert on comets and asteroids, and that's our topic for the day. Yeah. I know a little bit. And she knows a lot L. Yeah. That's why we brought her on for this for this episode. So Mark my pet subjects. You've got questions on this. I got a million. Well, we took with the nickel and the iron. If you got a question to you can do it. Okay. I just wonder if feel it if unit if asteroids contain diamonds, and we mind them, we got the diamonds and diamond prices went way down on earth would women still want them. Yeah. I mean, the thing is they do contain diamonds. I'm actually more special than the diamonds. We have on earth say they're actually saw like interstellar diamonds old them even better say the system. So they, but Tony this is the purpose of the, you know, the kind of hard to find. So you probably wouldn't eat need might Crisci. She say on your ring finger some, but you know, you could tell everyone how special that it was. May. All right here. We are Kimberly dot I o on Instagram underscore can believe that I owe. How often is an asteroid come across our solar system. We actually well reading his asteroid or a comment, but there was an OJ recently cooled, a Moore Lua, and which is a Hawaiian word for ACT kind of like foreign traveler or something and and this object that appeared, and it was troubling very far throw sailor system and some astronomers in in Hawaii sore it and found it fast. And that's why go to Hawaii name and it was trumping safer. So they figured out. You couldn't have come can never originated within the system. Say aunt. She decided that it must have come from another star system. What they have no idea where exactly this to trying to figure that out. And but basically it didn't it was going to say foster didn't get captured in two sons just kind of scooted by 'em. So. Didn't end into orbit into our solar system. And this object has probably been traveling for potentially billions of years across interstellar space. We if with early solar system, it's traveled through, but it's going on this massive long journey now of coolest this object could've actually collided with the planet, and we wouldn't have seen it coming because it was going quickly, and it was relatively small. It was very dog, and it's really hard to spot. But the thing we realize now is we've spotted it because technologies go so much better at trying to spoil things in the night sky is actually probably happened before probably we've had these visitors from other parts of the United galaxy many times before but we've just seen them. And sure enough our incumbents Nastro could be out that visiting of the stall systems. It's just something that happens during the prices of fooling star and the planets around that is a little bit chaotic in say comments necessaries resent, the bits and pieces left over that didn't become a planet and sometimes because this small they can get checked it out with the sailor system. Will they get? Thrown into the sun, and they ended in a fiery death. But some of them get thrown out. And and they just end up leaving the sun's gravity, and they go into space. There's nothing stopping them that gonna keep going. So so, yeah, it's really cool that these objects if we can start to identify more of them in the future, and she looked for them than we might also missions ago. Maybe sample one one day, which would be amazing. We'll find out about the chemistry of another star system. Which is something I would be interested in and, but yeah, the moment we've seen one on. It's kind of Ghana it's exiting the solar system. And it's going on its merry way into the abyss. Wow. It's Mary way into the abyss. That was. I looked up more more. I think it means scout like a first journey person onto new land into a new place a scout. Yeah. The nice thing. Yeah. It is..

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Local New Yorker local got lost in the museum like an idiot. If you have to get lost anywhere. Let it be the American Museum of natural history. That's true the day. Yeah. Terrified you don't want to get lost at night. Now. I sadly, I was using my night at the museum knowledge. Oh, I've seen the movie using your your your coordinate system from that movie Boyd. Nobody we got here in one piece, which is excellent. Today's topic is comets and asteroids, and I know a little something about it. But I don't know as much as I should know about it to carry this episode alone. So we went in for backup nice backup and is a good friend of ours. Who's been a guest before Natalie Starkey, Natalie? Welcome back to star talk. Hi, Neal scrapie here. Thanks for having me. We've got you online. You are in Chicago. Actually. No. So we've got her. You're in the UK right now. Is that correct? Yes. Yes. I am. I was over in California for about three days living that and now I'm back in the case. So I'm getting used to the rain again on the cold. I'm very miserable spoil that you were so acceptable to us over those three years forgetting that you're basically UK person. So so you're you're fishing a science communicator. That's like a title that you carry for the open university just outside of London, right? Yes. That's correct. Yes. I am. I been a scientific research for about a ten or eleven years and only go into bright saying, and I love communicating the science that I d see how I'm getting into it more seriously now, so I've got a serious science background. I know quite a bit about comets asteroids, so fully can be if he stay on hyping fingers cost. So we've got an I happen to have. I think what is your latest book called Ken? Ching stardust yet, it's asteroids and the birth of the solar system. I have in my lap. For the cameras. Product placement. Exactly. But you gotta come back one day and sign it definitely. So we called questions from our fan base on this topic of comets and asteroids. And so let's let's see what you got neither sheen arrive seen these questions. All right. Let's check them out. I'm a bit worried. I hate having my knowledge tested. If you don't have no idea go onto the next question. Okay. All right. These are pretty good. I I read a few and I'm gonna go hand pick this first ones from Kyle Ryan Toth. He's a patriot member matron. We gotta serve them. I. Yeah. Exactly what it really be possible to hollow out an asteroid and use it as a starship. Ooh, natalie. How about that one? Okay. So I'm gonna say no straight off just to be really boring, but actually one of the reasons we couldn't really do this. Well, with most stories anyways that they're either just to hauled older just don't make the rice stuff say we've got some stories made completely of metal said, I mean, trying to hold it out would be will Mason possible we've talked about in mining as in the past and we talked about in the shake quite a bit and is incredibly difficult to do that. So I think Moines a pure metal asteroid would be hauled and the others made of the can be slightly. So after we describe some of rubble pile..

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"He'll be on me beef and tasteless bother them after read that gone and leave he was on fraud fell i saw the button coast than governments and bunia barrels third on the love of the box and fight we'll call the dog one member of hey have you listen to startalk allstars yet well you need to check it out it's the science podcast where are startalk experts like bill nye the science guy dr charles lu dr emily rice doctrine natalie starkey dr sommer ask dr david grins boom all take the helm of the show and bring their expertise as they talked to other scientists about all the fascinating topics we like to cover here on startalk there are always joined by a comedian sometimes it's even chuck nice he's my second favorite if you're not listening you don't know what you're missing so go ahead and find out catch startalk allstars wherever you listen to your podcast including i tunes podcast google play music soundcloud stitcher and two men or go to start talk radio dot net the man three three heyman we back climbed area riley and this of course is still lay waited cyrus vance yesterday we ought to be martial law and the physics there in and joining us now is a very good friend professor eric gulf professor of physics at lynchburg college virginia author of gold medal physics the science of sports and not just a man with a plan but a man with a book coming out next year that will be 2018 the science behind mugunga which if i'm not mistaken professor is the handtohand martial arts of the israeli military is it no that's right uh the israeli defence forces employ this matt it's becoming a much more popular sport here in the us you're seeing a lot of billboards going up for kromah god's direction these days while what is it a man it's sounds like i got it say if when you talk about the martial arts you've got some cool names out there a k you got your judo iraq your.

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"He'll be on me beef and tasteless bother them after read that gone and leave he was on fraud fell i saw the button coast than governments and bunia barrels third on the love of the box and fight we'll call the dog one member of hey have you listen to startalk allstars yet well you need to check it out it's the science podcast where are startalk experts like bill nye the science guy dr charles lu dr emily rice doctrine natalie starkey dr sommer ask dr david grins boom all take the helm of the show and bring their expertise as they talked to other scientists about all the fascinating topics we like to cover here on startalk there are always joined by a comedian sometimes it's even chuck nice he's my second favorite if you're not listening you don't know what you're missing so go ahead and find out catch startalk allstars wherever you listen to your podcast including i tunes podcast google play music soundcloud stitcher and two men or go to start talk radio dot net the man three three heyman we back climbed area riley and this of course is still lay waited cyrus vance yesterday we ought to be martial law and the physics there in and joining us now is a very good friend professor eric gulf professor of physics at lynchburg college virginia author of gold medal physics the science of sports and not just a man with a plan but a man with a book coming out next year that will be 2018 the science behind mugunga which if i'm not mistaken professor is the handtohand martial arts of the israeli military is it no that's right uh the israeli defence forces employ this matt it's becoming a much more popular sport here in the us you're seeing a lot of billboards going up for kromah god's direction these days while what is it a man it's sounds like i got it say if when you talk about the martial arts you've got some cool names out there a k you got your judo iraq your.

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Rhode stops subway in your saw because what are you weigh drib begona water and don't don't go to the restroom what happens you gained eight pounds your miserable you're gonna explode but euguinea pals you know he pounds fatter were you way there you go all right what everybody's to feel better about that stopped wang yourselves people get off that scale and start eaten more yes all right i don't know what i'm talking about i'm just senator so some good thanks so much for joining us you got to come back anytime look forward to that that be good yet right we are going to take our first break up next will explore the latest advances in strength training and conditioning thank you costa glenn two fires and when we come back from the science the hoping toll for from the miami dolphins zone do not go go ooh hey have you listen to startalk allstars yet well you need to check it out it's the science podcast where are startalk experts like bill nye the science guy dr charles lu dr emily rice doctrine natalie starkey dr sommer ask dr david grins boom all take the helm of the show and bring their expertise as they talked to other scientists about all the fascinating topics we like to cover here on startalk there are always joined by a comedian sometimes it's even chuck nice he's my second favorite if you're not listening you don't know what you're missing so go ahead and find out catch startalk allstars wherever you listen to your podcast including i tunes podcast google play music soundcloud stitcher and two men or go to start talk radio dot net.

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"Rhode stops subway in your saw because what are you weigh drib begona water and don't don't go to the restroom what happens you gained eight pounds your miserable you're gonna explode but euguinea pals you know he pounds fatter were you way there you go all right what everybody's to feel better about that stopped wang yourselves people get off that scale and start eaten more yes all right i don't know what i'm talking about i'm just senator so some good thanks so much for joining us you got to come back anytime look forward to that that be good yet right we are going to take our first break up next will explore the latest advances in strength training and conditioning thank you costa glenn two fires and when we come back from the science the hoping toll for from the miami dolphins zone do not go one ooh hey have you listen to startalk allstars yet well you need to check it out it's the science podcast where are startalk experts like bill nye the science guy dr charles lu dr emily rice doctrine natalie starkey dr sommer ask dr david grins boom all take the helm of the show and bring their expertise as they talked to other scientists about all the fascinating topics we like to cover here on startalk there are always joined by a comedian sometimes it's even chuck nice he's my second favorite if you're not listening you don't know what you're missing so go ahead and find out catch startalk allstars wherever you listen to your podcast including i tunes podcast google play music soundcloud stitcher and two men or go to start talk radio dot net.

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"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"natalie starkey" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Hey have you listen to startalk allstars yet well you need to check it out it's the science podcast where are startalk experts like bill nye the science guy dr charles lu dr emily rice doctrine natalie starkey dr sommer ask dr david grins boom all take the helm of the show and bring their expertise as they talk to other scientists about all the fascinating topics we like to cover here on startalk there are always joined by a comedian sometimes it's even chuck nice he's my second favorite if you're not listening you don't know what you're missing so go ahead and find out catch startalk allstars wherever you listen to your podcast including i tunes podcast google play music soundcloud stitcher and two men or go to startalk radio dot net this is stored thought welcome back i'm your host bill nye waterberg star jarkko that's my colleague new world short noise you're in your in so archipelago version of the original star trek theme song in the reason is doing that because this cosmic query segment is a generally on a science fiction theme yesterday's now we had a query about force fields as we did was from its original dancing and curricula bits who said on instagram how far we from forced fields and inertial damper so let me just say in the in the biggest picture you live in a forced field gravity is the force field as its can be thought of as the field and recently it was proven that it also apparently travels in waves rabbit he does and so this was predicted or very reasonable to physicists and now we had an instrument that measured that but i think i know what at which you drive on plus we also have dampers inertial dampers uh.

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