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Backchat: May 2017

This month the team are chatting scientific data, scientific papers and... religion.

How whales got so big, sperm in space, and a first look at Jupiter’s poles

This week we have stories on strange dimming at a not-so-distant star, sending sperm to the International Space Station, and what the fossil record tells us about how baleen whales got so ginormous with Online News Editor David Grimm. Julia Rosen talks to Scott Bolton about surprises in the first data from the Juno mission, including what Jupiter’s poles look like and a peak under its outer cloud layers. Listen to previous podcasts.  [Music: Jeffrey Cook]
David Kipping‏: Giants rings + huge number of Trojans as a possible explanation for #TabbysStar on arXiv tonight https://arxiv.org/abs/1705.08427 +very slick figure! pic.twitter.com/48TViSPjsL
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Nature Podcast: 25 May 2017

This week, E. coli with colour vision, tracing the Zika virus outbreak, and a roadmap for medical microbots.

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Ep. 450: Inflatable Habitats

In order to live in space, we'll need to live in a habitat that simulates the temperature, pressure and atmosphere of Earth. And one of the most interesting ideas for how to do this will be with inflatable habitats. In fact, there are a few habitats in the works right now, including one attached to the International Space Station.
Happening NOW - Tabby's Star is dipping!

KIC 8462852, Boyajian's Star or Tabby's Star is the Galaxy's currently most interesting star because of its seemingly random and extreme dimming events of up to 22%, as measured by the Kepler mission.

During the past week it showed fluctuations again and dipped 3% yesterday, which prompted an alert to the Astro-community which is scrambling to coordinate telescope time around the world on ToO (target of opportunity) and DDT (director's discretionary time) requests.

    @tsboyajian's star is dipping

    This is not a drill.

    Astro tweeps on telescopes in the next 48 hours: 
    spectra please!
    -- Json Wright on Twitter

Articles: Resources: Hopefully, the astro folks can gather enough data to shed some light (pun intended) on this mystery during the next few days. We'll probably have to wait another ~750 days for the next event, if this period holds true. Oh, and just to be clear: No one seriously says it is "aliens", ever.

-- Good luck, everyone!
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Preventing augmented-reality overload, fixing bone with tiny bubbles, and studying human migrations

This week we have stories on blocking dangerous or annoying distractions in augmented reality, gene therapy applied with ultrasound to heal bone breaks, and giving robots geckolike gripping power with Online News Editor David Grimm. Deputy News Editor Elizabeth Culotta joins Sarah Crespi to discuss a special package on human migrations—from the ancient origins of Europeans to the restless and wandering scientists of today. Listen to previous podcasts. [Image: Public domain; Music: Jeffrey Cook]

Nature Podcast: 18 May 2017

This week, wonky vehicle emissions tests, error-prone bots help humans, and animals that lack a microbiome.

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