KUSF 02.15.09 3-4 PM Havaye Tazeh The Persian Show

New Music Top Plays for February 2 - 6, 2009

Animal Collective “Merriweather Post Pavillion” (Domino)
Apache “Boomtown Gems” (Birdman)
Juana Molina “Un Dia” (Domino)
Menahan Street Band “Make The Road By Walking” (Dunham)
Deerhunter “Microcastle” (Kranky)
Vetiver “Hey Baby Doll / Miles Apart” (Gnomonsong)
V/A “Musiques Electroniques En France: 1974-1984” (Gazul)
The Lines “Flood Bank” (Acute)
Philip Glass “Glass Box” (Nonesuch)
Wicked Witch “Chaos * 1978-86” (EM)

KUSF 02.15.09 2-8 AM Rampage Radio DJ Celticfire

2-3 AM
Wolf- In The Shadow Of The Steel
Slayer- South Of Heaven
Aura Noir- Hades Rise
Liege Lord- Eye Of The Storm
Metal Church- Human Factor
Strapping Young Lad- Room 429
Cop Shoot Cop- Room 429
Fight- Into The Pit
Xentrix- Shadow Of Doubt
Iron Maiden- Rime Of The Ancient Mariner

3-4 AM
In Flames- Behind Space
Darkthrone- In The Shadow Of The Horns
Suffocation- Redemption
Death Angel- Buried Alive
Extol- Undecieved
Falkenbach- Roman Land
Amon Amarth- Where Death Seems To Dwell
Flotsam and Jetsam- Suffer The Masses
Racer X- Into The Night
Eleuvitie- Inis Mona
Cannibal Corpse- To Decompose/Evisceration Plague

4-5 AM
Force Of Evil- Black Empire
Nile- Spawn Of Uamenti
Heathen- Death By Hanging
Sacred Reich- Death Squad (Live)
Possessed- Evil Warriors (from 'Death Metal' demo)
KMFDM- Revenge
Manowar- Die For Metal
Agalloch- Hallways Of Enchanted Ebony
Emperor- I Am The Black Wizards
Kryptos- In The Presence Of Eternity
Forbidden- As Good As Dead
Fates Warning- Anarchy Divine

5-6 AM
Exodus- The Atrocity Exhibition
Fields Of The Nephilim- Venus Decomposing
Tea Party- Gyroscope
1349- Chasing Dragons
Obsession- Taking Your Chances
Virgin Steele- Through The Ring Of Fire
Budgie- Breadfan
Watch Tower- Asylum
Virus- Strange Calm
Hurricane- I'm On To You

6-7 AM
Whitesnake- In The Still Of The Night
Tad Morose- Eternal Lies
Gorgoroth- Open The Gates
Solitude Aeturnus- Black Castle
Bang Tango- Don't Stop Now
Kreator- Lost
Exhumed- Deadest Of The Dead
Pantera- Walk
Cop Shoot Cop- Interference
Enslaved- Reogenesis

7-8 AM
Testament- Practice What You Preach
Napalm Death- Unfit Earth
Hammers Of Misfortune- August Engine Pt. 1
Cyclone- The Call Of Steel
Helstar- Baptised In Blood
Trouble- Truth Is/What Is
Tourniquet- Ruminating Virulence
Therion O Fortuna
Nevermore- Love Bites
Summoning- Farewell

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3rd Hour

4th Hour

5th Hour

6th Hour

KUSF 02.14.09 8-11 PM Classical Salon DJ David Reffkin

1st Hour

2nd Hour

3rd Hour
Dr. John Mather interview of the James Webb Space Telescope

John C. Mather, like many Nobel Laureates before him, autographs a chair at Kafé Satir at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, 6 December 2006.
Copyright © The Nobel Museum 2006
Photo: Fredrik Persson

Dr. John C. Mather is a Senior Astrophysicist in the Observational Cosmology Laboratory at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. His research centers on infrared astronomy and cosmology. As an NRC postdoctoral fellow at the Goddard Institute for Space Studies (New York City), he led the proposal efforts for the Cosmic Background Explorer (74-76), and came to GSFC to be the Study Scientist (76-88), Project Scientist (88-98), and also the Principal Investigator for the Far IR Absolute Spectrophotometer (FIRAS) on COBE. He showed that the cosmic microwave background radiation has a blackbody spectrum within 50 ppm. As Senior Project Scientist (95-present) for the James Webb Space Telescope, he leads the science team, and represents scientific interests within the project management. He has served on advisory and working groups for the National Academy of Sciences, NASA, and the NSF (for the ALMA, the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, and for the CARA, the Center for Astrophysical Research in the Antarctic).
Dr. John C. Mather of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center won the 2006 Nobel Prize for Physics, awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Mather shares the prize with George F. Smoot of the University of California for their collaborative work on understanding the Big Bang. Mather and Smoot analyzed data from NASA's Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE), which studied the pattern of radiation from the first few instants after the universe was formed.

In 1992, the COBE team announced that they had mapped the primordial hot and cold spots in the cosmic microwave background radiation. These spots are related to the gravitational field in the early universe, only instants after the Big Bang, and are the seeds for the giant clusters of galaxies that stretch hundreds of millions of light years across the universe. The team also showed that the big bang radiation has a spectrum that agrees exactly with the theoretical prediction, confirming the Big Bang theory and showing that the Big Bang was complete in the first instants, with only a tiny fraction of the energy released later.

Currently, Dr. Mather is working on the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), where he is the senior project scientist. JWST will be the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope, and is scheduled to launch in 2013.

Dr. Mather is the author of many publications, including his book, "The Very First Light", which was written along with John Boslough and is now in its 2nd edition (2008).



KUSF 02.14.09 5-6 PM Francofun DJ Nathalie

DAFT PUNK live a Bercy 2007
RITA MITSOUKO: Communiqueur d'Amour
TAXI GIRL: Cherchez le garcon
COMIX: Touche pas a mon sexe
ILOMA: Le saxophone

En direct/Live in studio: Miss Ana et Miss Grenadine:
Une poesie d'Alfred de Musset
Chanson: A la claire fontaine
Poesie: Pour la fete des Amoureux
Poesie: Rita de Renaud
Poesie: L'anniversaire
Poesie: Il pleure dans mon coeur

LES POPPYS: Non, non, rien n'a change
MICKEY 3D: Respire
ALISTER: Qu'est ce qu'on va faire de toi
YELLE: A cause des garcons (Tepr remix)