Matthew Bothwell and The Invisible Universe - Astronomy News with The Cosmic Companion 30 November 2021
A talk with Dr. Matthew Bothwell about the vast invisible part of the visible Universe
Looking at the visible Universe in light invisible to the human eye with Dr. Matthew Bothwell Public Astronomer at the University of Cambridge. Plus, the liftoff of Dart, a massive doomed planet, and AI opens up new worlds…
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We have a fantastic guest this week - Dr. Matthew Bothwell, talking about his new book, The Invisible Universe.
We also look oat the liftoff of Dart, a massive doomed world, and artificial intelligence finds hundreds of new planets:
Dr. Matthew Bothwell appears on Astronomy News with The Cosmic Companion 30 November 2021.
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