14: Once the Moon Leaves

In this episode, Curtis and Joe take listeners on a whirlwind tour of college programming, astrophysics, and Wikipedia searches.

Links for this episode:

Solaris (operating system) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bowling Green State University

What is the difference between CCD and CMOS image sensors in a digital camera?

Extinction (astronomy) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (“interstellar reddening” – Ed.)

Cepheid variable – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Redshift – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rayleigh scattering – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Snell’s window – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Uncertainty principle – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

xkcd: Large Hadron Collider

Elon Musk’s mission to Mars | Technology | The Guardian

Mars One

Kerbal Space Program

List of orbits – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Wow. – Ed.)

Space Shuttle | NASA

Dragon | SpaceX

The Soyuz spacecraft

United Launch Alliance

Jason Snell (@jsnell) | Twitter

The Drake Equation | SETI Institute

A Brief History Of Neil deGrasse Tyson Ruining Things For Us On Twitter

Red matter – Memory Alpha – Wikia

Home Page of Kip S. Thorne

Relativistic Baseball

Alcubierre drive – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (“warp drive” – Ed.)

Lawrence Krauss

In Star Trek, does the original die in teleportation?

Dyson sphere – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Starkiller Base – Wookieepedia – Wikia

Binary star – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (“Roche lobe overflow”, apparently. – Ed.)