Armagh Observatory and Planetarium’s first podcast, “Intergalactic Craic” will bring the latest space related news, theories and technologies to the ears of the general public. Headed by two engaging hosts, the podcast will feature interviews with astronomers, debates and discussions with experts in relevant fields and listener proposed questions. Intergalactic Craic will not feel like a lecture series; instead listeners will find themselves learning the secrets of the universe while laughing along with the hosts and guests. It’ll be out of this world!
This week on Intergalactic Craic your favourite hosts, Heather and Courtney, take on the topic of the flyest human invention ever; The International Space Station (or ISS for short). Do you know how space smells? What about going to the bathroom with micro-gravity? And can we get a coffee in space? Find this out and even more. Need Some Space?
This week Heather and Courtney are joined by AOP's Dr Conor Byrne to take a dive into the world of The Flat Earth Society! How long has this myth been going about? Do people really believe the earth is flat? Dr Conor breaks down the physics for us - with added craic of course.
This week, for #AsteroidDay, Heather and Courtney cover the most frequently asked asteroid questions by the public. Dr Rok Nežič lends his expertise to what the difference between an asteroid, a comet and a meteorite is, as well as many more questions! Did you know AOP has an asteroid named after us in space?! Do you need some space?
Welcome to Armagh Observatory and Planetarium's new podcast - Intergalactic Craic! On our first episode we have a brief chat about AOP's history, followed by some astronomy quiz questions and answers for you to use in your at-home pub quizzes with friends and family.