Interview with Nicole Thomas
In this episode, we interview Nicole Thomas, a PhD student at the University of the Western Cape with an interest in the evolution of galaxies, and the super-massive black holes that lie within. We recorded this conversation only a week ago, and I really enjoyed speaking to her. I found her childhood interest in how the universe worked very relatable, and especially her need to understand what’s going on underneath it all. Sadly, this is the final interview with a real astronomer of this season of the Urban Astronomer podcast, but I’m especially happy with this one so I hope you’ll enjoy it.
Nicole is a PhD student at the University of the Western Cape, and the Square Kilometer Array. She recently completed a stint at the department of Astrophysics as Oxford university, thanks to the UK-SA Newton Exchange Fund
- Nicole on Twitter
- Astro Molo Mhlaba
- Cosmic Soundscapes – a website containing audio recordings derived by NASA scientists, from radio signals detected by Solar System objects
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