Charlottesville–Right Now: Professor Ed Murphy joins Coy Barefoot

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Dec 022010
 

12.2.10 Professor of Astronomy at the University of Virginia Ed Murphy joins Coy to discuss NASA’s discovery today of new space life. The bacteria in question is able to survive on arsenic, a substance poisonous to humans. While the breakthrough does not confirm the presence of extraterrestrial life, it does prove the existance of life forms which can thrive in ways atypical to life on Earth. Hear the subject broken down by a local expert here.

UVA Astronomy Professor Ed Murphy with the top 8 space stories of 2008

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Jan 112009
 

Ed Murphy is a professor of astronomer at the University of Virginia, and he joined Coy Barefoot on the January 7, 2009 edition of the WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now!” to review the top space stories from the previous year.

Astronomer Ed Murphy on the Hubble, African meteors and the future of NASA

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Oct 082008
 

U.Va Astronomer Ed Murphy joined Coy Barefoot on the October 8th edition of WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now!” to talk about a meteor that landed in Africa last night, the Hubble Telescope, and the economy’s effect on NASA.

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