IRrelevant Astronomy

IRrelevant Astronomy is a video podcast feed produced by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Unlike many other podcasts, it is set up more like a television network, with multiple series and stand-alone videos released on this single "channel." To date, the content included on the feed has all incorporated animation in some manner, and generally tends to be comedic. The "IR" in the title stands for "infrared", meaning the title actually refers to "infrared-relevant astronomy."

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IRrelevant Astronomy Episodes
... about NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, and how infrared astronomy differs from visible-light telescopes like Hubble ... With Brigitte Dale 23 "Astronomy Anemone" Tim Pyle Kenneth Kolb Tim Pyle February 15, 2011 (2011-02-15) Veronica Belmont co-hosts a space-themed talk show with ...

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