Friday, February 23

🎙 PODCAST | The dance of the galaxies: why we are fascinated by black holes

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Today, in the last recommendation of the summer, we recover one of the most listened to episodes of the first season of ‘Un tema al Día’. Put on your headphones, turn up the volume and press play because we’re going on a trip to space. Thanks to NASA, we hear an impressive cosmic roar, that of a black hole located in the cluster of galaxies in the Perseus constellation. Did you ever imagine that a black hole sounded like this?

What is it about black holes that fascinates us so much? We talked about it with Toño Fraguas, a journalist from, and with Mónica González Salomone, one of the journalists who knows the most about black holes.

This episode first aired on May 16, 2022.

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