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"university southern queensland" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Name is Andrew Dunkley your host and with me is professor Fred Watson astronomer at lodge hullo Fred Ed in dusty do very very dusty very very windy very very dry very very nasty got in the car the other the die off to one particular dust storm and went to claim the windscreen. And I I usually hit the washes first and then the warriors and I did it the wrong way round and you should should it. Just wait and then I hit with the water in these big mudslide went down windscreen. Terrible just horrible wolf read or not. I don't know when we'll ever see an end to this We've been in a drought probably two years now and it just gets worse and worse and worse. We've got animals coming into town looking food and water that you just don't say an a kidney die. kangaroos living on the streets in some parts. That's a town. We wouldn't be surprised if soon we start seeing a muse and maybe some camels because they're running out of things to eight and drinks I that they tend to move live to wherever the green grass is. And look there isn't much of that here but It's just a real mess here at the moment. And everyone's struggling it's it's really the depleting the economic movement of the town on the Western plains zoo coping. They will the the other thing. That's sort of hurting is tourism. We're just not getting people coming here. And so the zoos numbers Dan tourism numbers down significantly this the summer and it just all adds up to one big pile of Doodoo. It's not. It's not a nice place debate amendment nor would never say about where I leave. I've been here twenty five years and I love it but right. Now it's just like something. Out of an an apocalyptic movie you look at the sky just about every other diets orange. If it's not orange it's it's sort of blue smoke from the fires. Ah We have probably one clear dia wake and that's become normal is summer and adding to that the number of temperatures over forty degrees Celsius Celsius. We've had more this summer than can ever remember and we had like four or five. Maybe six in a row there a few weeks ago with numbers up around on forty six forty seven degrees. It's just horrific. The the good news is the climatic model starting to work back in five or one of the big the things that affects the way. The here is the Indian Ocean. Dr Paul which is the surface temperature of the Indian Ocean and for for a while there it was like four four degrees above average which is mainly dry weather and that has just in the last couple of weeks plummeted back to normal which means we may. I started to say normal weather. Conditions Return and that Spain evidence to bit with some specs of Ryan here. But it's so dry yet one on frontal system through and you just get these big wall of dust that hits you Laka off just a brick wall. It's it's just impossible to try and describe describe it to people and then you share them the photos and that go on my gosh. How did you get through that you just got to? You've just got to but it's getting into the air conditioning. Getting into houses houses. It's getting into car systems gets into your is your throat. Your nose gets all through your hair. It's just honestly I don't remember any other ye locked the I've seen stones before locust plagues on saying you know Senator Dole out here. This is true country but but this year that I've thrown it all together. Even the locusts are complaining pretty hideous. Yeah well we. We all know why it's happening. Yes we do we do and yet there are still those who I think. The evidence is far beyond reasonable. Now let's let's get onto some more ram it looks into stuff that's not all of this world. Let's say and the focus. Today is on Australia highly. Because we've got three stories about Australian astronomical situations or events round even awards now And one of them is about a planet that Spain discovered. Another is the oldest impact impact crater ever found in that he's in Australia and one of the strongest is to get a major. US award for the first time in about five million years. I think so. We'll look at all of that but we'll start. Start off Fred with T O I two five seven B and this is a weird planet because if there was an ocean big enough it would float exactly just like our own planet. Saturn which would also flows that go Saturn's densities less than that of water and in and it has that in common with Teo. I two five seven billion which is being cold Queensland's planet? So that's why this is an Australian story it is A planet that was first detected by the Thais spacecraft continent what Terrestrial Arrest Royal Something Esther Transit Transiting exoplanet survey satellite it right Fred. The transiting exoplanet survey satellite is test and that dot spacecraft does what the capitalist buys craft used to do it looks for dips in the brightness of stars that betray the presence of an orbiting planet. So te'o I and I think that something like targeted interest. I I think that's what it means is a test to tear. I two five seven B Basically was revealed by the tests spacecraft but the follow up by telescopes in regional Queensland not very far from the city of Toowoomba which is beautiful place on his on the highlands. They're the darling downs and not very far out of tune but is Is a mountain called while it's a hill really but he's called Mount Kent Mao. How can a for a long long time has had an observatory operated by the University of southern Queensland where I found a little bit to do with that observatory from time to time because I I'm very very happy to have a close connection with the University of southern Queensland in our joint appointment which very proud of so amount is is on a good size and has now state of the art equipment an array of five seventy anti sent to me to watch that? That's kind of thirty something like that Robotic telescopes that that that big telescopes telescopes by these substandard and they part of a project called Minerva so this is the southern hemisphere version of Minerva midday. The other two is an acronym like what he stands for. Never mind all that. The news is that with the mid nerve. Follow up of a T O I two five seven B. it's not just the discovery this is learning about the physical features of Of this planet planet and as the lead author on the paper. That reported all this Dr Brett Allison from university southern Queensland basically he said this is a significant discovery not just for US Q. in Queensland but as an example of cool an unusual planet types I think by like cool that he means interesting rather than Lois. I'm pretty to as an example of what astronomers caused some Saturn's Saturn's moon the planets that are larger than Neptune and smaller than Saturn. And of course there aren't any examples of that within our own solar system It's as Brett says. The Universe is a quirky diverse place. With broad classes of planet such as sub Saturn Super Super Earths mini Neptune's that. We don't have here at home. Warm sub Saturn's Te'o I two five seven be a rare among the currently known planets and that's true actually of of all these slightly all things the super earths when the mini Neptune's these family rare category. So that they the two categories of planet that we find in our own solar system which are basically wrong small rocky planets large gus planners they are really only the communist classes of planets that we find out there in space and things that don't quite fit into that whilst they exist are rare and so two I till I two five seventy is one example of one of these rarity so this is a great story is great news. The fact that we now know extensively is less than that it. Will that marks it out as being something pretty interesting. But there's more to come. I think Andrew because the authors office of this paper suggests that the data shows strong evidence for a second planet in this system to five seven seas. Yes that's right And they hope to confirm that Within this year so we will. You know. We'll hear more about this. I'm I'm sure from University of southern Queensland as I said it's a great Australian story story the The two more comments made by the authors of this paper The the cloud tops of this planet not particularly cool they reach at least thirteen hundred degrees Celsius. Which is certainly more than the tops talks of the earth so yeah probably not habitable place and there's an in joke here as well it may be Queenslander but forget calling it planet Maroon mm-hmm the maroons color of Queensland one of these silly sporting things is maroon is the official sporting color of Queensland? The Sky Blue is the official sporting colored. newsouth Wilde's calling it planet marrone. It can only be officially named as an all bodies in the universe by the International Astronomical Union. Mostly Universe doesn't know about that but This illness L. Knows the International Astronomical Union is the place where things get nate well to be honest. If the Queensland is we're going to give a planet in I'm it wouldn't be marrone. It would be wally or something like that named after. They must. Famous footballers I'm pretty sure. Now there's another twist to this little story Lori is they're not or am I getting mixed up with another story where you get to do well one of the one of my colleagues at US Q.. Present is Johnny Hall of fantastic excellent. Communicator himself file. From here on the radio is mother is one of our funds. Hey jaunty try and she. She lives she lives on the sky in western Scotland which is an absolutely enchanting place especially when it's not raining in the west of Scotland is traditionally a wet part of the world but skies lovely and so To be only I think you would be well advised. I Andrew to be envious of Joan. Tease Mobile skied. If she's getting an interview with every day we are quite the the opposite at the time. Well that's wonderful all right so maybe mortal earned from the Minerva program in in Queensland. This is space nuts with and and Fred Watson.

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"university southern queensland" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

12:11 min | 1 year ago

"university southern queensland" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Podcast my name is Andrew Dunkley your host and with me is professor Fred Watson. Astronomer at lodge Hullo Fred Red Dusty. Do very very dusty very very windy very very dry very very nasty got in the car. The other the die off to one particular dust storm and went to claim the windscreen. And I I usually hit the washes first and then the warriors and I did it the wrong way round and you should should it. Just wait and then I hit with the water in these big mudslide went down windscreen. Terrible just horrible wolf read or not. I don't know when we'll ever see an end to this We've been in a drought probably two years now and it just gets worse and worse and worse. We've got animals coming into town looking food and water that you just don't say an a kidney die. kangaroos living on the streets in some parts the town. We wouldn't be surprised if soon we start seeing a muse and maybe some camels because they're running out of things to eight and drinks I that they tend to move live to wherever the green grass is and look. There isn't much of that here but It's just a real mess here at the moment. And everyone's struggling it's it's really the depleting the economic movement of the town on the Western plains zoo coping. They will the the other thing. That's sort of hurting is tourism. We're just not getting people coming here. And so the zoos numbers Dan tourism numbers down significantly the summer. And it just all adds up to one big pile of Doodoo. It's not it's not a nice place debate amendment nor would never say about where I leave. I've been here twenty five years and I love it but right. Now it's just like something. Out of an an apocalyptic movie you look at the sky just about every other diets orange. If it's not orange it's it's sort of blue smoke from the fires. Ah We have probably one clear dia wake and that's become normal this summer and adding to that the number of temperatures over forty degrees Celsius Celsius. We've had more this summer than can ever remember and we had like four or five. Maybe six in a row there a few weeks ago with numbers up around on forty six forty seven degrees. It's just horrific. The good news is the climatic model starting to work back in five or one of the big the things that affects the way. The here is the Indian Ocean. Dr Paul which is the surface temperature of the Indian Ocean and for for a while there it was like four four degrees above average which is mainly dry weather and that has just in the last couple of weeks plummeted back to normal which means we may. I started to say normal weather. Conditions Return and that Spain evidence to bit with some specs of Ryan here. But it's so dry yet one on frontal system through and you just get these big wall of dust that hits you like a off just a brick wall. It's it's just impossible to try and describe describe it to people and then you share them the photos and that go on my gosh. How did you get through that you just got to? You've just got to but it's getting into the air conditioning. Getting into houses houses. It's getting into car systems gets into your is your throat. Your nose gets all through your hair. It's just honestly I don't remember any other ye locked the I've seen stones before locust plagues on saying you know Senator Dole out here. This is true country but but this year that I've thrown it all together. Even the locusts are complaining pretty hideous. Yeah well we. We all know why it's happening. Yes we do we do and yet there are still those who deny it. I think the evidence is far beyond reasonable. Now let's let's get onto some more ram it looks into stuff that's not all of this world. Let's say and the focus. Today is on Australia highly. Because we've got three stories about Australian astronomical situations or events round even awards now And one of them is about a planet that Spain discovered. Another is the oldest impact impact crater ever found in that he's in Australia and one of the strongest is to get a major. US award for the first time in about five million years. I think so. We'll look at all of that but we'll start. Start off Fred with T O I two five seven B and this is a weird planet because if there was an ocean big enough it would float exactly just like our own planet. Saturn which would also flows that go Saturn's densities less than that of water and in and it has that in common with Teo. I two five seven billion which is being cold Queensland's planet? So that's why this is an Australian story it is A planet that was first detected by the Thais spacecraft continent what Terrestrial Arrest Royal Something Esther Transit Transiting exoplanet survey satellite gets it right Fred. The transiting exoplanet survey satellite is test and that dot spacecraft does what the capitalist buys craft used to do it looks for dips in the brightness of stars that betray the presence of an orbiting planet. So te'o I and I think that's something like targeted interest. I I think that's what it means is a test to tear. I two five seven B Basically was revealed by the tests spacecraft but the follow up by telescopes in regional Queensland not very far from the city of which is a beautiful place on his on the highlands. They're the darling downs and not very far out of tune but is Is a mountain called while it's a hill really but he's called Mount Kent Mao. How can a for a long long time has had an observatory operated by the University of southern Queensland where I found a little bit to do with that observatory from time to time because I I'm very very happy to have a close connection with the University of southern Queensland in our joint appointment which very proud of so amount is is on a good size and has now state of the art equipment an array of five seventy anti sent to me to watch that? That's kind of thirty something like that Robotic telescopes that that that big telescopes telescopes by these substandard and they part of a project called Minerva Australia's so this is the southern hemisphere version of Minerva midday. The other two is an acronym like what he stands for. Never mind all that. The news is that with the mid nerve. Follow up of T O I two five seven B. it's not just the discovery this is learning about the physical features of Of this planet planet and as the lead author on the paper. That reported all this Dr Brett Allison from university southern Queensland basically he said this is a significant discovery not just for US Q. in Queensland but as an example of cool an unusual planet types I think by like cool that he means interesting rather than Lois. I'm pretty to as an example of what astronomers caused some Saturn's Saturn's moon the planets that are larger than Neptune and smaller than Saturn. And of course there aren't any examples of that within our own solar system It's as Brett says. The Universe is a quirky diverse place with broad classes of planet such as subset Super Super Earths mini Neptune's that we don't have here at home. Warm sub Saturn's Te'o I two five seven be a rare among the currently known planets and that's true actually of of all these slightly all things the super earths when the mini Neptune's these family rare category so that they the two categories of planet that we find in our own solar system which are basically wrong small rocky planets large gus planners they are really only the communist classes of planets that we find out there in space and things that don't quite fit into that whilst they exist are rare and so two I till I two five seventy is one example of one of these rarity so this is a great story is great news the fact that we now know intensity is less than that it will that marks it out as being something pretty interesting but there's more to come I think Andrew because the authors office of this paper suggests that the data shows strong evidence for a second planet in this system to five seven seas. Yes that's right And they hope to confirm that Within this year so we will. You know. We'll hear more about this. I'm I'm sure from University of southern Queensland as I said it's a great Australian story story the The two more comments made by the authors of this paper The the cloud tops of this planet not particularly cool they reach at least thirteen hundred degrees Celsius. Which is certainly more than the tops talks of the earth so yeah probably not habitable place and there's an in joke here as well it may be Queenslander but forget calling it planet Maroon mm-hmm the maroons color of Queensland one of these silly sporting things is maroon is the official sporting color of Queensland? The Sky Blue is the official sporting colored. newsouth Wilde's calling it planet marrone. It can only be officially named as an all bodies in the universe by the International Astronomical Union. Mostly Universe doesn't know about that but This illness L. Knows the International Astronomical Union is the place where things get nate well to be honest. If the Queensland is we're going to give a planet in I'm it wouldn't be marrone. It would be wally or something like that named after. They must. Famous footballers I'm pretty sure. Now there's another twist to this little story Lori is they're not or am I getting mixed up with another story where you get to do well one of the one of my colleagues at US Q.. Present is Johnny Hall of fantastic excellent. Communicator himself file. From here on the radio is mother is one of our funds. Hey jaunty try and she. She lives she lives on the sky in western Scotland which is an absolutely enchanting place especially when it's not raining in west of Scotland is traditionally a wet part of the world but skies lovely and so To be only I think you would be well advised. I Andrew to be envious of Joan. Tease Mobile skied. If she's getting I'm envious with every day we are quite the the opposite at the time. Well that's wonderful all right so maybe mortal earned from the Minerva program in in Queensland. This is space nuts with and and Fred Watson.

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12:10 min | 1 year ago

"university southern queensland" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Name is Andrew Dunkley your host and with me is professor Fred Watson astronomer at lodge hullo Fred Ed in dusty do very very dusty very very windy very very dry very very nasty got in the car the other the die off to one particular dust storm and went to claim the windscreen. And I I usually hit the washes first and then the warriors and I did it the wrong way round and you should should it. Just wait and then I hit with the water in these big mudslide went down windscreen. Terrible just horrible wolf read or not. I don't know when we'll ever see an end to this We've been in a drought probably two years now and it just gets worse and worse and worse. We've got animals coming into town looking food and water that you just don't say an a kidney or the other die kangaroos living on the streets in some parts. That's a town. We wouldn't be surprised if soon we start seeing a muse and maybe some camels because they're running out of things to eight and drinks I that they tend to move live to wherever the green grass is. And look there isn't much of that here but It's just a real mess here at the moment. And everyone's struggling it's it's really the depleting the economic movement of the town on the Western plains zoo coping. They will the the other thing. That's sort of hurting is tourism. We're just not getting people coming here. And so the zoos numbers Dan tourism numbers down significantly this the summer and it just all adds up to one big pile of Doodoo. It's not. It's not a nice place debate amendment nor would never say about where I leave. I've been here twenty five years and I love it but right. Now it's just like something. Out of an an apocalyptic movie you look at the sky just about every other diets orange. If it's not orange it's it's sort of blue smoke from the fires. Ah We have probably one clear dia wake and that's become normal this summer and adding to that the number of temperatures over forty degrees Celsius Celsius. We've had more this summer than can ever remember and we had like four or five. Maybe six in a row there a few weeks ago with numbers up around on forty six forty seven degrees. It's just horrific. The the good news is the climatic model starting to work back in five or one of the big the things that affects the way. The here is the Indian Ocean. Dr Paul which is the surface temperature of the Indian Ocean and for for a while there it was like four four degrees above average which is mainly dry weather and that has just in the last couple of weeks plummeted back to normal which means we may. I started to say normal weather conditions return and that Spain evidence to bit with some aspects of Ryan here. But it's so dry yet one on frontal system through and you just get these big wall of dust that hits you Laka off just a brick wall. It's it's just impossible to try and describe describe it to people and then you share them the photos and that go on my gosh. How did you get through that you just got to you just got to? But it's getting into the air conditioning getting into houses houses. It's getting into car systems gets into your is your throat. Your nose gets all through your hair. It's just honestly I don't remember any other ye locked the I've seen stones before locust plagues on saying you know Senator Dole out here. This is true country but but this year that I've thrown it all together. Even the locusts are complaining pretty hideous. Yeah well we. We all know why it's happening. Yes we do we do and yet there are still those who I think. The evidence is far beyond reasonable. Now let's let's get onto some more happy knows it looks into stuff that's not all of this world. Let's say and the focus. Today is on Australia highly. Because we've got three stories about Australian astronomical situations or events round even awards now And one of them is about a planet that Spain discovered. Another is the oldest impact impact crater ever found in that he's in Australia and one of the strongest is to get a major. US award for the first time in about five million years. I think so. We'll look at all of that but we'll start. Start off Fred with T O I two five seven B and this is a weird planet because if there was an ocean big enough it would float exactly just like our own planet. Saturn which would also flows that go Saturn's densities less than that of water and in and it has that in common with Teo. I two five seven billion which is being cold Queensland's planet? So that's why this is an Australian story it is A planet that was first detected by the Thais spacecraft continent what Terrestrial Arrest Royal Something Esther Transit Transiting exoplanet survey satellite it right Fred. The transiting exoplanet survey satellite is test and that dot spacecraft does what the capitalist buys craft used to do it looks for dips in the brightness of stars that betray the presence of an orbiting planet. So te'o I and I think that something like targeted interest. I I think that's what it means is a test to tear. I two five seven B Basically was revealed by the tests spacecraft but the follow up by telescopes in regional Queensland not very far from the city of Toowoomba which is beautiful place on his on the highlands. They're the darling downs and not very far out of tune but is Is a mountain called while it's a hill really but he's called Mount Kent Mao. How can a for a long long time has had an observatory operated by the University of southern Queensland where I found a little bit to do with that observatory from time to time because I I'm very very happy to have a close connection with the University of southern Queensland in our joint appointment which very proud of so amount is is on a good size and has now state of the art equipment an array of five seventy anti sent to me to watch that? That's kind of thirty something like that Robotic telescopes that that that big telescopes telescopes by these substandard and they part of a project called Minerva so this is the southern hemisphere version of Minerva midday. The other two is an acronym like what he stands for. Never mind all that. The news is that with the mid nerve. Follow up of a T O I two five seven B. it's not just the discovery this is learning about the physical features of Of this planet planet and as the lead author on the paper. That reported all this Dr Brett Allison from university southern Queensland basically he said this is a significant discovery not just for US Q. in Queensland but as an example of cool an unusual planet types I think by like cool that he means interesting rather than Lois. I'm pretty to as an example of what astronomers caused some Saturn's Saturn's moon the planets that are larger than Neptune and smaller than Saturn. And of course there aren't any examples of that within our own solar system It's as Brett says. The Universe is a quirky diverse place. With broad classes of planet such as sub Saturn Super Super Earths mini Neptune's that. We don't have here at home. Warm sub Saturn's Te'o I two five seven be a rare among the currently known planets and that's true actually of of all these slightly all things the super earths when the mini Neptune's these family rare category. So that they the two categories of planet that we find in our own solar system which are basically wrong small rocky planets large gus planners they are really only the communist classes of planets that we find out there in space and things that don't quite fit into that whilst they exist are rare and so two I till I two five seventy is one example of one of these rarity so this is a great story is great news. The fact that we now know extensively is less than that it. Will that marks it out as being something pretty interesting. But there's more to come. I think Andrew because the authors office of this paper suggests that the data shows strong evidence for a second planet in this system to five seven seas. Yes that's right And they hope to confirm that Within this year so we will. You know. We'll hear more about this. I'm I'm sure from University of southern Queensland as I said it's a great Australian story story the The two more comments made by the authors of this paper The the cloud tops of this planet not particularly cool they reach at least thirteen hundred degrees Celsius. Which is certainly more than the tops talks of the earth so yeah probably not habitable place and there's an in joke here as well it may be Queenslander but forget calling it planet Maroon mm-hmm the maroons color of Queensland one of these silly sporting things is maroon is the official sporting color of Queensland? The Sky Blue is the official sporting colored. newsouth Wilde's calling it planet marrone. It can only be officially named as an all bodies in the universe by the International Astronomical Union. Mostly Universe doesn't know about that but This illness L. Knows the International Astronomical Union is the place where things get nate well to be honest. If the Queensland is we're going to give a planet in I'm it wouldn't be marrone. It would be wally or something like that named after. They must. Famous footballers I'm pretty sure. Now there's another twist to this little story Lori is they're not or am I getting mixed up with another story where you get to do well one of the one of my colleagues at US Q.. Present is Johnny Hall of fantastic excellent. Communicator himself file. From here on the radio is mother is one of our funds. Hey jaunty try and she. She lives she lives on the sky in western Scotland which is an absolutely enchanting place especially when it's not raining in west of Scotland is traditionally a wet part of the world but skies lovely and so To be only I think you would be well advised. I Andrew to be envious of Joan. Tease Mobile skied. If she's getting I'm envious with every day we are quite the the opposite at the time. Well that's wonderful all right so maybe mortal earned from the Minerva program in in Queensland. This is space nuts with and and Fred Watson.

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"university southern queensland" Discussed on 710 WOR

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