In September 2015 gravitational waves were directly detected for the first time. It was recorded simultaneously at two Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatories (LIGO) in Hanford, WA and Livingston, Louisiana.
Archives for July 2016
Enjoy the first installment of the mini-podcast about past, present and future space missions just in time for JUNO’s arrival at Jupiter!
In this episode we talk to Planetary Society’s Senior Editor and Planetary Evangelist, Emily Lakdawalla about JUNO’s camera and citizen science. We also share some fun facts about Jupiter and other spacecraft that have studied the gas giant in the past.
Image and Information Courtesy of NASA
- When I say “Humans have visited the planet before” I mean human-made spacecraft not actual humans like in Interstellar
- There is a water “whooshing” sound in the show because I interviewed Emily at Lakewood in Bellingham, WA. It was very scenic.