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Astronomy Cast Take a fact-based journey through the cosmos. Tune in to hear weekly discussions on astronomical topics ranging from planets to cosmology. Hosted by Fraser Cain (Universe Today) and Dr. Pamela L. Gay (SIUE), this show brings the questions of an avid astronomy lover direct to an astronomer. Together Fraser and Pamela explore what is known and being discovered about the universe around us. Astronomy Cast is supported through individual donations and the sponsorship of Swinburne Astronomy Online.
Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast When you head outdoors tonight, take Sky & Telescope's Sky Tour astronomy podcast with you for a guided tour to the night sky. Learn what constellations are visible, find out where and when you'll see the planets, and catch each month's celestial highlights, from meteor showers to eclipses.

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Deep Dive: Black Holes Enjoy these far-out podcasts talking all about one of the most mysterious areas of astronomy, black holes. Listen to astronomers and other experts talk about the nature of black holes and what we still don't know about them. Learn about this fascinating natural phenomenon with this collection of astronomy podcasts. Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons

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#314 – M51 With Alister Ling Chris and Shane welcome Alister Ling to discuss various aspects of M51.
#316 – The Life of an Astronomy Gear Junkie with Craig Levine Chris and Shane welcome Craig Levine to talk about gear!
#317 – Listener Emails Chris and Shane discuss listener emails.
53 – Stop Talking About It And JUICE Go To Jupiter In this episode, we talk all about JUICE, the European Space Agency mission that launches today April 13 to study the Icy moons of Jupiter (Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto) and the Jovian system – and also why I am in Germany to make a mocktail!
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April 2023 Leon is joined by Brandi, a Scitech Planetarium Presenter and lover of the night sky, to talk all about the total solar eclipse that's about to occur over Exmouth, WA. The duo answer questions like 'what makes a solar eclipse so special?' and 'how can we safely view the solar eclipse?'
To find out more about the WA night sky, visit: www.scitech.org.au/explore/the-sky-tonight/
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Host: Leon Smith
Guest: Brandi Wahl
Producer: Zaya Altangerel

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[Interview] Mystery of Fast Radio Bursts. One Step Closer to The Answer? What are Fast Radio Bursts? Did we get a step closer to answering this question by associating some of them with a Kilonova event? What Cosmology questions can we solve by studying FRBs? Discussing all these things with Dr Clancy James from Curtin University.

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00:00 Intro
01:41 Second Kilonova event
03:37 FRB connection to neutron star collisions
13:13 Mechanism behind Fast Radio Bursts
23:12 How to observe and study FRBs
29:12 Repeating FRBs
32:30 How FRBs are useful for Cosmology
38:10 When will we solve FRBs


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[Q&A] Viruses from Mars, Asteroid Landing, Stars Colliding What are the risks of returning samples from Mars? What happens if you bring two stars together? Which galaxies can be seen with the naked eye? What is the system behind naming stars and exoplanets? All this and more in this week's Q&A!

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00:00 Start
01:19 [Tatooine] Can we bring viruses from Mars?
07:42 [Coruscant] What is the maximum size limit for black holes?
12:03 [Hoth] What happens when two stars come together?
15:26 [Naboo] What to expect from Artemis 2?
17:32 [Kamino] What are my thoughts on Artemis 2 crew?
20:57 [Bespin] How are stars and planets named?
23:43 [Mustafar] Which galaxies can be seen with a naked eye?
25:53 [Alderaan] What it feels like standing on an asteroid being destroyed?
28:38 [Dagobah] Will NASA land on an asteroid?
30:58 [Yavin] How cold is it in space?
33:25 [Mandalore] Can we bring our sun to another star?
37:03 [Geonosis] Lunar probe flying with springs?


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[Interview] I'm Obsessed With Venus Now. Here's Why Active volcanism. Plate tectonics. Retaining the atmosphere without a magnetosphere. There's so much to learn about Venus! In this interview I'm discussing all these things with Dr Paul Byrne, Planetary Evangelist and Associate Professor of Earth and Planetary Science at Washington University in St. Louis

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00:00:00 Intro
00:01:14 Why Venus?
00:05:32 The big questions
00:08:03 Why so underexplored
00:20:13 Problems with the VERITAS mission
00:30:05 Vulcanism on Venus
00:46:07 Data for the future
00:47:50 No Magnetosphere but with atmosphere. Why?
00:54:20 Plate tectonics
00:58:59 Venus as an exoplanet
01:04:13 Venus sample return


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00:00 Intro
00:17 JUICE Launch to Jupiter
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[Space Bites] Jupiter Mission Launch, AI Helping Astronomy, Terran-1 Is No More JUICE launches to Jupiter and its moons. A new JWST image of supernova remenant Cassiopea A. Machine learning cleans up the Universe, and improves images of a black hole’s event horizon.

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00:00 Intro
00:17 JUICE Launch to Jupiter
02:13 JWST's view of Cassiopea A


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04:02 AI helping Astronomy


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07:54 Flexible telescope mirrors


https://www.universetoday.com/160845/a-new-membrane-could-lead-to-space-telescopes-with-flexible-mirrors/

09:46 Support us on Patreon
11:27 Terran-1 is dead. Long live Terran R
13:28 Dawn Aerospace spaceplane test


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15:58 Lego Moon


https://www.universetoday.com/160872/an-amazing-new-map-of-the-moon-in-lego/

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Episode 28: The Stars in Stone We turn the clock back to the astronomy of the Paleolithic and Neolithic. Clues about humanity's interest in the heavens during the Paleolithic can be seen in linguistic, mythological, and archaeological evidence. In the Neolithic, groups of people constructed tens of thousands of megaliths across Europe, many of which had astronomical connections.
Ezekiel Angles or Aliens What did Ezekiel experience?  Was it angels or aliens a heavenly chariot or a spaceship?  Join host David Denault and you be the judge.
Guinness Record – Crawler-Transporter 2 It's official and is now in history books. NASA's Crawler-Transporter 2 is in the Guinness Book of Records.  Join host Dawn Meyer about this Guinness award.
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Good Heavens! Dwarf Planets?! Good Heavens! Dwarfs (not dwarves) have stolen Pluto's planetary status! Who are these mischievous entities? Why did they steal from Pluto? Where are they, exactly? And what do dwarfs, dancing, and astronomy have to do with each other? 
Join Wayne and Dan for this educational adventure in exploring these recently discovered miscreants of the solar system! Hopefully they've answered all of the perplexing questions on this episode. If not, it's still a fun chat about what's out there and how it all points to the glory of God in Christ. 
Easter episodes mentioned at the end of the broadcast:
https://goodheavens.podbean.com/e/for-signs-and-for-seasons-calendars-of-the-ancient-world/
https://goodheavens.podbean.com/e/the-sun-moon-and-time-calendars-part-2/
https://goodheavens.podbean.com/e/the-lamb-of-god-the-passover-in-the-gospels/
 
Podbean enables our podcast to be on Apple Podcasts and other major podcast platforms.  To support Good Heavens! on Podbean as a patron, you can use the Podbean app, or go to https://patron.podbean.com/goodheavens.  This goes to Wayne Spencer. If you would like to give to the ministry of Watchman Fellowship or to Daniel Ray, you can donate at https://www.watchman.org/daniel. Donations to Watchman are tax deductible.
Thoughts on Infinity & Astronomy | Vespera Telescope, JWST Images Uranus, SciFi, Carl Sagan, and the Scientific Mindset On this episode, we are sharing our thoughts on Infinity with the help of our new telescope Vespera! Stargazing can be a very useful tool for your mental health and a good dose of reality and humility of just how infinite the universe is. We also share our latest books we're listening to from Carl Sagan & Andy Weir, as well as the latest image from JWST, and our thoughts about the potential alien life out there. What do YOU think? Let us know in the comments! Big Quesions/Thoughts for this episode: How big is infinity? Do we even have the mental capacity to truly understand how infinite it really is? What is it about stargazing and constellations that has the power to change humanity through storytelling and culture? Is there Alien life out there? What's your favorite sci-fi first contact book or movie? Do I have to be the smartest person in the room to consider myself a good scientist or engineer? Or is there more to it than that? We'd love to know your thoughts and questions! Email us at [email protected] SOURCES: Carl Sagan's CONTACT (affiliate link): https://amzn.to/3L3GUXm  Andy Weir's PROJECT HAIL MARY (affiliate link): https://amzn.to/3L3GUXm https://www.instagram.com/todayinspacepod https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2023/nasa-s-webb-scores-another-ringed-world-with-new-image-of-uranus https://vaonis.com/vespera  ————————– Here's to building a fantastic future – and continued progress in Space (and humanity)! Spread Love, Spread Science Alex G. Orphanos We'd like to thank our sponsors: Caldera Lab Manscaped AG3D Printing Follow us: @todayinspacepod on Instagram/Twitter @todayinspace on TikTok /TodayInSpacePodcast on Facebook  Support the podcast: • Get 20% OFF at Caldera Lab – use code SPACE or go to calderalab.com/SPACE • Get 20% OFF@manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SPACE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod #sponsored • Buy a 3D printed gift from our shop – ag3dprinting.etsy.com • Get a free quote on your next 3D printing project at ag3d-printing.com • Donate at todayinspace.net #space #rocket #podcast #people #spacex #moon #science #3dprinting #nasa #tothemoon #spacetravel #spaceexploration #solarsystem #spacecraft #technology #carlsagan #aerospace #spacetechnology #engineer #alien #stem #listenable #iss #alienlife #astronomy #astrophysics
Unveiling Mars' Glacial Remains: A Water Game Changer? | Space Nuts 347 In this episode, you will be able to: Uncover the potential for water sources on Mars due to newly discovered glacial remains. Dive into the intricacies of ultra-massive black holes and their impact on gravitational lensing and event horizons. Grasp the complex issue of time travel and how Earth's motion affects pinpointing landing locations. Explore the limitations of telescopes and active sensors in detecting objects beyond our solar system. Ponder the potential of the singularity, faster-than-light travel, and Cherenkov radiation in expanding our universe exploration. The resources mentioned in this episode are: Visit the phys.org website to read more about the discovery of glacial remains on Mars and the potential implications for future exploration. Learn more about gravitational lensing and how it can be used to measure the mass of celestial objects, such as ultra-massive black holes. Explore the Abell 1201 cluster and its ultra-massive black hole, which is 33 billion times more massive than the sun. Compare the ultra-massive black hole at the center of the Abell 1201 cluster to other known black holes, including the supermassive black hole at the center of our own galaxy. Research the different methods used to measure the mass of black holes, such as observing the velocity of material swirling around in their accretion disks.
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Good Heavens! Dwarf Planets?! Good Heavens! Dwarfs (not dwarves) have stolen Pluto's planetary status! Who are these mischievous entities? Why did they steal from Pluto? Where are they, exactly? And what do dwarfs, dancing, and astronomy have to do with each other? 
Join Wayne and Dan for this educational adventure in exploring these recently discovered miscreants of the solar system! Hopefully they've answered all of the perplexing questions on this episode. If not, it's still a fun chat about what's out there and how it all points to the glory of God in Christ. 
Easter episodes mentioned at the end of the broadcast:
https://goodheavens.podbean.com/e/for-signs-and-for-seasons-calendars-of-the-ancient-world/
https://goodheavens.podbean.com/e/the-sun-moon-and-time-calendars-part-2/
https://goodheavens.podbean.com/e/the-lamb-of-god-the-passover-in-the-gospels/
 
Podbean enables our podcast to be on Apple Podcasts and other major podcast platforms.  To support Good Heavens! on Podbean as a patron, you can use the Podbean app, or go to https://patron.podbean.com/goodheavens.  This goes to Wayne Spencer. If you would like to give to the ministry of Watchman Fellowship or to Daniel Ray, you can donate at https://www.watchman.org/daniel. Donations to Watchman are tax deductible.
Blue Dot: Mountains to climb, twins and more: a conversation with Majka Burhardt Host Dave Schlom visits with world-class mountain and ice climber and all-around great Mom Majka Burhardt. Majka is the leader of Legado, an NGO devoted to stewardship for indigenous people around the world and the special places they live. She is the author of the new book, More: Life on the Edge of Adventure and Motherhood.
Blue Dot: West coast climate now and in the past with Hannah Palmer and Veronica Vriesman Host Dave Schlom visits with UC Davis climate and environmental scientist Hannah Palmer and colleague Veronica Vriesman, a marine scientist and paleontologist at Oberlin College in Ohio.
Unlocking Moon Mysteries: Water-Rich Lunar Glass Beads | Space Nuts #346 In this episode, you will be able to: Unravel the intriguing results of the Chang'e 5 mission and its implications on lunar water resources. Investigate the peculiar characteristics of 'Oumuamua and its potential hydrogen propulsion mechanism. Mitigate Earth's asteroid threats by understanding the process of detecting perilous objects. Analyze the consequences of a mysterious Mars-sized planet's influence on Earth's rotation. Envision the prospects of space exploration with the availability of the moon's bountiful water resources. For more Space Nuts, visit our website or follow us on socials. We're everywhere… Website: https://www.spacenuts.io YouTube: youtube.com/@spacenuts Twitter: @spacenutspodcst Facebook: @SpaceNutspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spacenuts.io/ Discord: @SpaceNutsPodcast TikTok: @BiteszHQ#astronomy #space #science #spacenuts #podcast
Unveiling Mars' Glacial Remains: A Water Game Changer? | Space Nuts 347 In this episode, you will be able to: Uncover the potential for water sources on Mars due to newly discovered glacial remains. Dive into the intricacies of ultra-massive black holes and their impact on gravitational lensing and event horizons. Grasp the complex issue of time travel and how Earth's motion affects pinpointing landing locations. Explore the limitations of telescopes and active sensors in detecting objects beyond our solar system. Ponder the potential of the singularity, faster-than-light travel, and Cherenkov radiation in expanding our universe exploration. The resources mentioned in this episode are: Visit the phys.org website to read more about the discovery of glacial remains on Mars and the potential implications for future exploration. Learn more about gravitational lensing and how it can be used to measure the mass of celestial objects, such as ultra-massive black holes. Explore the Abell 1201 cluster and its ultra-massive black hole, which is 33 billion times more massive than the sun. Compare the ultra-massive black hole at the center of the Abell 1201 cluster to other known black holes, including the supermassive black hole at the center of our own galaxy. Research the different methods used to measure the mass of black holes, such as observing the velocity of material swirling around in their accretion disks.
Star Diary: What’s in the night sky, 10 to 16 April Venus passes by the Pleiades and the Moon blocks out the star Alniyat in this week’s stargazing highlights.Transcript [URL: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/podcasts/star-diary-10-april-2023/]How to sketch the Moon [URL: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/advice/skills/how-to-draw-the-moon/]How to photograph the Moon [URL: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/astrophotography/astrophoto-tips/how-to-photograph-the-moon/]Star-hopping across the night sky [URL: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/advice/skills/guides-star-hop-the-night-sky/] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Humans Of Space: Peter Visscher Rover engineer Pete Visscher discusses what it takes to put a wheeled robot on another planet, and how he began his career in space exploration.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Moon May Already Have Plenty of Water for Settlements Chinese scientists have studied glassy beads, found on the Moon, created by cosmic impacts that may contain as much as 71 trillion gallons of water. Venus has an active volcano. An ultramassive black hole found in Abell 1201 may be the largest black hole possible. Plus the JWST has determined that a TRAPPIST-1 exoplanet is not habitable as was once believed.
AaS! 197: Which is Better, Human or Robotic Exploration? What are the advantages of robotic exploration of the solar system? What are the limitations? Is there any situation where human exploration is better? I discuss these questions and more in today’s Ask a Spaceman! This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/spaceman and get on your way to being your best self. Visit BetterHelp to get 10% off your first month! Support the show: http://www.patreon.com/pmsutter All episodes: http://www.AskASpaceman.com Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/PaulMattSutter Like on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PaulMattSutter Watch on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/PaulMSutter Read a book: http://www.pmsutter/book Keep those questions about space, science, astronomy, astrophysics, physics, and cosmology coming to #AskASpaceman for COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OF TIME AND SPACE! Big thanks to my top Patreon supporters this month: Justin G, Chris L, Barbara K, Duncan M, Corey D, Justin Z, Naila, Scott M, Rob H, Justin, Louis M, John W, Alexis, Gilbert M, Joshua, John S, Thomas D, Simon G, Erin J, Jessica K, Valerie H, David B, Frank T, Tim R, Tom Van S, Mark R, Alan B, Craig B, Richard K, Dave L, Stephen M, Maureen R, Stace J, Neil P, COTFM, Stephen S, Ken L, Alberto M, Matt C, Joe R, David P, Ulfert B, Sean M, Edward K, Tracy F, Sarah K, Steven S, Ryan L, Ella F, Richard S, Sam R, Thomas K, James C, Jorg D, R Larche, Syamkumar M, John S, Fred S, Homer V, Mark D, Colin B, Bruce A, Steven M, Brent B, Bill E, Tim Z, Thomas W, Linda C, David W, Aissa F, Marc H, Avery P, Scott M, Thomas H, Farshad A, Matthias S, Kenneth D, Maureen R, Michael W, Scott W, David W, Neuterdude, Cha0sKami, Robert C, Robert B, Gary K, Stephen J, dhr18, Anna V, Matthew G, Paul & Giulia S, Ron D, Steven M, Louis M, Michael C, Alyssa K, Lode D, Roger, Bob C, Patti H, Red B, Benjamin M, BlueDragon, Stephen A, Ian S, James R, Skip M, Robert O, Adam I, Lynn D, Jeffrey C, Allen E, Paul G, Michael S, Jordan, and Colin H! Thanks to Cathy Rinella for editing. Hosted by Paul M. Sutter, astrophysicist and the one and only Agent to the Stars (http://www.pmsutter.com).
Why Is It Important To Look For Life On Mars? Dr. Michael Meyer has been the lead scientist for NASA's Mars Exploration Program for over 25 years. He tells us what the possibility of life on the red planet would mean for science and our understanding of the universe.
Episode 28: The Stars in Stone We turn the clock back to the astronomy of the Paleolithic and Neolithic. Clues about humanity's interest in the heavens during the Paleolithic can be seen in linguistic, mythological, and archaeological evidence. In the Neolithic, groups of people constructed tens of thousands of megaliths across Europe, many of which had astronomical connections.
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19. How to make an Impact in Astronomy as a Teenager In this final episode of the season Yui Hasegawa, AAA member and high school student extraordinaire, tells Maggie how she came up with an idea for how to make stargazing vastly more accessible to the New York public, and how she made it a reality. By combining the respective resources of the AAA and the Brooklyn Public Library, Yui developed a library loaner program for telescopes which she hopes will serve as a model for cities and clubs worldwide. Hear our first all-women episode with Kat joining Maggie for the discussion.



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20. Brian Levine Measures the Solar System Welcome back to AAA SKY! In this episode we introduce MJ, the newest member of the AAA SKY team. Kat interviews Brian Levine, science educator, who shows us a novel way of modeling the distances between planets in the solar system. And Brian and Kat discuss Astronomy on Tap.



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18. Tony Hoffman and Citizen Science In this episode Kat interviews Tony Hoffman, AAA Member and Citizen Scientist. Tony recounts his adventures photographing eclipses from airplanes in Africa, in northern Norway and wherever else the path of the sun and moon has taken him. He also gives tips on finding comets and even exoplanets. Kat and Stan discuss citizen science more generally and we have a new Listeners Challenge.



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Revealing the Mysteries of Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and Neutron Stars | Space Nuts #345 An all-listener questions episode. Hear what's on the minds of our listeners. Explore the mysterious universe and uncover the secrets of dark matter and dark energy with Andrew and Fred. "Matter tells space how to bend. Space tells matter how to move." – John Wheeler Professor Fred Watson is an astronomer and science communicator, best known for his work in the field of astrophysics. He is a regular contributor to numerous science-related media outlets around the globe. Professor Fred Watson was taken aback by Rusty's question about how the rotation curves vary with wavelength. After exploring Einstein's famous theory of gravity, Fred discussed the dangers of the neutron star and the web of dark matter that formed structures in the universe. He explained that dark energy, while being uniform throughout the universe, was the cause of the universe's accelerating expansion. He then discussed the possibility of dark matter black holes, concluding that they should behave the same as normal matter black holes. Finally, he discussed the research done by colleagues in Australia which suggested that the speed of light may have been different in the past. This thought-provoking conversation left Fred and the listeners with questions to ponder. In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. What phenomena would you encounter if you were magically transported to a neutron star? 2. What is the difference between dark matter and dark energy and how do they interact with each other? 3. Could the speed of light or charge of the electron have been different in the past? Resources: For more Space Nuts and how you can help support the show, please visit our website at www.spacenuts.io Connect with us: Facebook: spacenutspodcast YouTube: @spacenutspodcast Twitter: @spacenutspodcst Website: www.spacenuts.io Or look for us on Discord. Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://www.bitesz.com/show/space-nuts/reviews/new/
Unlocking Moon Mysteries: Water-Rich Lunar Glass Beads | Space Nuts #346 In this episode, you will be able to: Unravel the intriguing results of the Chang'e 5 mission and its implications on lunar water resources. Investigate the peculiar characteristics of 'Oumuamua and its potential hydrogen propulsion mechanism. Mitigate Earth's asteroid threats by understanding the process of detecting perilous objects. Analyze the consequences of a mysterious Mars-sized planet's influence on Earth's rotation. Envision the prospects of space exploration with the availability of the moon's bountiful water resources. For more Space Nuts, visit our website or follow us on socials. We're everywhere… Website: https://www.spacenuts.io YouTube: youtube.com/@spacenuts Twitter: @spacenutspodcst Facebook: @SpaceNutspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spacenuts.io/ Discord: @SpaceNutsPodcast TikTok: @BiteszHQ#astronomy #space #science #spacenuts #podcast
#312 – Listener Emails and Observations Chris and Shane respond to and discuss the latest batch of listener emails.
#313 – Spring Observing Plans Chris and Shane discuss their spring observing plans.

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39: BONUS – Do black holes stop time? Are gravitational waves destructive?  Will the universe ever expand faster than the speed of light? Should we only send robots to space? This month, Izzie Clarke, Dr Becky Smethurst and Dr Robert Massey take on the BIG questions in The Supermassive Mailbox.

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Artemis 2 Crew Selected to Orbit the Moon | 1st Thoughts & Reactions | Our picks for Artemis 3 On this episode, we share our first thoughts after the Artemis 2 crew has been selected! x3 NASA Astronauts and x1 Canadian Space Agency Astronaut. These four individuals will orbit the moon with the Orion Spacecraft and test all the human rated systems and prepare for Artemis 3 where the first person of color and first woman will step foot on the Moon. We also breakdown what the Artemis Program is and what kinds of technology are needed to bring us to the Moon, and eventually to Mars (so a great episode if you are just catching up on what NASA is doing!) Big Quesions/Thoughts for this episode: How will this crew of four change the future for Humanity as we return to the Moon to stay, and work our way to Mars? Who chose these Astronauts for Artemis 2? What was their thought process? Does NASA have a "marketing" or message problem? Does NASA appear more unified in its goal than it has been in the last decade? Who are my favorite Astronauts in the Artemis Team? Who are my picks for Artemis 3 moon landing? We also share our first thoughts on this momentus occassion and the beginning of a new era in Human Spaceflight! We'd love to know your thoughts and questions! Email us at [email protected] SOURCES:  Live Broadcast (starts at crew selection): https://www.youtube.com/live/mua1Lysc_JQ?feature=share&t=1392 Who are the Artemis 2 crew? https://youtu.be/lPyl6d2FJGw https://www.space.com/artemis-2-moon-mission-canadian-astronaut-seat-negotiations?fbclid=IwAR1CwYSDvhlPjaswktRwoEP4dlq1EL9p6r7gC9FzsugZ7sbgwzYqyeA3ixI&mibextid=Zxz2cZ https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/artemis-ii-map https://www.nasa.gov/feature/artemis-iii Astronaut Jonny Kim, Navy SEAL Combt Medic – JOCKO Podcast https://open.spotify.com/episode/5ZjRiRaJWIRctBNTnFbkaU?si=fwX7iF8iQ_-skcmSQf3U1Q&dd=1 ————————– Here's to building a fantastic future – and continued progress in Space (and humanity)! Spread Love, Spread Science Alex G. Orphanos We'd like to thank our sponsors:  Manscaped AG3D Printing Follow us: @todayinspacepod on Instagram/Twitter @todayinspace on TikTok /TodayInSpacePodcast on Facebook Support the podcast: • Get 20% OFF@manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SPACE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod • Buy a 3D printed gift from our shop – ag3dprinting.etsy.com • Get a free quote on your next 3D printing project at ag3d-printing.com • Donate at todayinspace.net  #space #rocket #podcast #people #spacex #moon #science #3dprinting #nasa #tothemoon #spacetravel #spaceexploration  <a class="yt-simple-endpoint style-scope yt-formatted-string" dir="auto" href="https://www.youtube.com/hashtag

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00:13 JWST reveals Trappist-1 data


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[Space Bites] JWST Reveals Trappist-1 Data, Earth-Sized Rogue Planet, Vulcan Delay We finally got JWST data about TRAPPIST-1. An Earth-sized rogue planet was found. More information about China’s plans for the Moon.

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00:13 JWST reveals Trappist-1 data


https://www.universetoday.com/160716/finally-jwsts-data-on-the-first-trappist-1-planet-survey-says-it-sucks/

02:02 Kazakhstan Seizes Russia’s Facility at Baikonur


https://www.universetoday.com/160720/kazakhstan-seizes-russias-launch-facility-at-baikonur/

03:53 Rogue Planets Found in Older Data


https://www.universetoday.com/160695/a-rogue-earth-and-neptune-might-have-been-found-in-older-data/

05:55 China’s Moon Plans


https://www.universetoday.com/160719/china-hints-at-its-goals-for-a-lunar-base/

07:50 Water in lunar Regolith


https://www.universetoday.com/160723/china-beads-glass-moon-water/

09:46 3D Printing batteries on the Moon


https://www.universetoday.com/160703/dont-take-batteries-to-the-moon-or-mars-3d-print-them-when-you-get-there/

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12:55 Europe's rotation


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14:54 Delays for Starliner and Vulcan
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[Interview] How UAE Develops Its Space Exploration Program The United Arab Emirates are making good progress in space exploration. Their Hope mission is orbiting Mars since 2021. Their Rashid rover is on its way to the Moon. They are also planning a mission to the Asteroid belt.

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00:50 UAE's Hope mission at Mars
03:22 Science goals and results
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[Q&A] Planet Size Limit, Solar Gravitational Lens, China's Telescopes How complex must a telescope be to use the solar gravitational lens? How would we approach mining asteroids? How to detect magnetic fields outside the solar system? What is the size limit for a planet? All this and more in this week's Q&A.

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00:52 [Tatooine] What is the size limit for a planet?
03:51 [Coruscant] How complex must a telescope be to use the solar gravitational lens?
08:19 [Hoth] How would we approach mining asteroids?
10:42 [Naboo] How to detect magnetic fields outside the solar system?
13:49 [Kamino] Which telescopes did China fund?
15:56 [Bespin] Will we discover what's outside of our Universe?
19:06 [Mustafar] Oumuamua: artificial or natural?
21:39 [Alderaan] Planets caught in binary stars' Lagrange points?
26:12 [Dagobah] What's my take on artificial versus organic intelligence?
28:31 [Yavin] What is my preferred answer to the Fermi Paradox?


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[NIAC 2023] NASA Develops Flying Saucers. Literally There's an effect called photophoretic propulsion. You could have seen it in a Crookes radiometer. One of the NIAC awards of 2023 was granted to a team that hopes to use this effect to develop a propulsion system. This can allow flying in altitudes nothing else can fly and possibly even explore other worlds.

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01:19 Levitation in science
05:47 Coming up with a design
11:33 Testing the design
15:34 Potential applications
23:10 Challenges
28:03 Other worlds
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00:14 Meet the Crew of Artemis-2


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[Space Bites] Artemis 2 Crew, Ultra-Massive Black Hole, Starship Launch Date Meet the crew of Artemis 2, we might have the perfect date for a Mars mission, and astronomers discover an ultramassive black hole.

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00:14 Meet the Crew of Artemis-2


https://www.universetoday.com/160806/meet-astronauts-fly-around-moon-artemis-ii/

02:14 A Perfect Year to Go To Mars


https://www.universetoday.com/160753/2033-is-the-perfect-year-to-send-humans-to-mars-with-a-bonus-venus-flyby/

05:37 An Ultra-Massive Black Hole


https://www.universetoday.com/160755/astronomers-think-theyve-found-one-of-the-biggest-black-holes-ever-seen/

07:10 James Webb Sees Uranus


https://www.universetoday.com/160858/the-rings-of-uranus-shine-bright-in-stunning-new-jwst-image/

08:39 Clouds on Mars


https://www.universetoday.com/160825/perseverance-sees-drifting-clouds-on-mars/

09:38 Starship OFT is almost here
11:05 China Tests a Stirling Engine in Orbit


https://www.universetoday.com/160816/china-tests-a-stirling-engine-in-orbit/

13:23 Water-Based Propulsion


https://www.universetoday.com/160781/pale-blue-successfully-operates-its-water-based-propulsion-system-in-orbit/

14:21 Support us on Patreon
15:13 Virgin Orbit Files for Bankruptcy
16:48 How a Solar Storm Killed Starlinks


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Did Einstein Connect with the Cosmos? Recently, reports have surfaced about Einstein's so called "altered state of consciousness."  Did Einstein connect with the Cosmos?  Join host David Denault about a connectivity that was out of this world.
Starliner Launch Delayed Again It was more disappointing news for Boeing as NASA wanted additional tie to review final details.
NEW Axiom Spacesuit for Moon and Beyond For the first time since the Apollo Program, NASAA has contracted for new spacesuits for the Moon and beyond. Join host Dawn Meyer, Space Coast News Editor and see how this suits you!
STARGATE and it's real! Stargate and it's real…the first 3D printer to spin an entire rocket ready for engines and that's jus the beginning.  They actually launch a new concept design that may well bring the costs to launch in low Earth orbit.
Meet The Crew to the Moon NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, says today we are the Aretmis Generation!  Join host Dawn Meyer, Space Coast News Editor and meet the Artemis 2 Crew.  The first women and men to go back to the Moon since 1972.
#53 The Hayabusa2 Asteroid Ryugu sample return mission. Space rock expert Greg Brennecka joins us for an incredible up-close look at real life asteroid material. Our favourite space rock expert Greg Brennecka joins us to talk about the amazing Hayabusa2 mission, the sample return mission to asteroid Ryugu by Japanese space agency JAXA. Greg and his colleagues have been analysing the sample and some of the findings are incredible.What does Ryugu tell us about the early solar system? What do we learn about water on bodies like asteroids? and could Ryugu be carrying enough of the building blocks of life to potentially populate another habitable planet?It's a fascinating chat. If you want to learn more about rocks from space, check out Greg's book 'Impact' at Harper Collins hereSee Hayabusa2's touch and go sample collection on Ryugu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xnInpqMiG4Hayabusa2 landed back on Earth at the Woomera Rocket Range in South Australia, December 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ek1MRUbJSo8 Follow Cosmic Coffee Time on Twitter for some special contenttwitter.com/CosmicCoffTime You can request a topic for the show! Or even just say hi!We'd love to hear from you. Email [email protected]

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0:45 Cambrian Explosion Earlier,
1:06 Before humans Advanced Civilisation,
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10 Ideas on Biological Evolution in 2022 Explore Ten Ideas on Biological Evolution from Top Engaged Tweets from Twitter (https://twitter.com/kolelutz) in 2022

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0:45 Cambrian Explosion Earlier,
1:06 Before humans Advanced Civilisation,
1:24 Access Digital Calendar,
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1:56 Dolphins from Wolves,
2:12 Growth of Winged Species,
2:32 Dogs Speaking Words,
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NASA Will Soon Tell Us Which Astronauts Will Travel to the Moon NASA and the Canadian Space Agency will soon tell us the names of the astronauts who will travel around the Moon. Plus, Blue Origin explains why the New Shepard abort happened in September. The damaged Russian Soyuz has returned to Earth without a crew and Kazakhstan has seized Russian assets on Baikonour spaceport.
Star Diary: What’s in the night sky, 3 to 9 April Venus brushes past the Pleiades in this week’s stargazing guide.Transcript  https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/podcasts/star-diary-3-april-2023/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Interview: From pop star to Star City with Lance Bass In 2002, Lance Bass (formerly of N’Sync) spent six months training to be a cosmonaut. We talk to him about his experience and his new podcast, The Last Soviet. Transcript: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/podcasts/interview-lance-bass Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Best of Blue Dot: Kim Stanley Robinson and the High Sierra Bestselling science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson joins Dave to talk about his book, a work of nonfiction, The High Sierra: a Love Story.

This episode is also available as a blog post: 2023, April 22: Lovely Evening Celestial Exhibition



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2023, April 22: Lovely Evening Celestial Exhibition April 22, 2023: After sundown, look for Venus, the crescent moon, and Taurus’ bright star clusters.  Do not miss this lovely celestial exhibition.  Before sunrise, Saturn is in the east-southeast.

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2023, April 23: Beautiful Evening Sky, Morning Saturn April 23, 2023:  Brilliant Venus and the lunar crescent decorate the western evening sky with Taurus’ bright starfields.  Saturn is visible before sunup.

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2023, April 24: Morning Saturn, Evening Venus, Mars, Crescent Moon April 24, 2023: Saturn is in the east-southeast before sunrise.  Venus, Mars, and the crescent moon continue to dance with the stars in evening’s western sky.

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2023, April 25: Mars-Moon Conjunction, Brilliant Venus April 25, 2023: The moon passes Mars this evening.  They pair appears in front of Gemini.  Brilliant Venus is lower in the sky than the Mars-Moon pairing. Saturn is visible before sunrise.

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2023, April 26: Evening Venus, Mars, Moon, Morning Saturn April 26, 2023: Saturn is visible in the east-southeast before sunrise.  Venus, Mars, and the moon are in the evening western sky with Taurus and Gemini.

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The Space Economy Shelli Brunswick, COO of Space Foundation talks of the Space Economy and improving access to work in the space industry. Episode 1 of Shelli Brunswick's ideaXme Thought Bite! The Space Foundation: https://www.spacefoundation.org Shelli Brunswick: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shellibru… Twitter: https://twitter.com/shellibrunswick?r… On Space Foundation's website: https://www.spacefoundation.org/human… Want to create an ideaXme Thought Bite? Apply here: [email protected] Voice over for ideaXme introduction: Neil Koenig former Senior BBC producer and journalist and current ideaXme board advisor and guest interviewer. Music for ideaXme introduction: Music: Space Heroes by MaxKoMusic | https://maxkomusic.com/ Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported https://creativecommons.org/licenses/… ideaXme https://radioideaxme.com ideaXme is a global network – podcast on 12 platforms, 40 countries, mentor programme and creator series. Mission: To share knowledge of the future. Our
Global Space Industry |Access and Opportunity New opportunities are waiting for you in the global space industry! Shelli Brunswick, COO Space Foundation. Episode 2, ideaXme Thought Bite. Workforce development roadmap. The Space Foundation: https://www.spacefoundation.org Shelli Brunswick: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shellibru… Twitter: https://twitter.com/shellibrunswick?r… On Space Foundation's website: https://www.spacefoundation.org/human… Want to create an ideaXme Thought Bite? Apply here: [email protected] Voice over for ideaXme introduction: Neil Koenig former Senior BBC producer and journalist and current ideaXme board advisor and guest interviewer. Music for ideaXme introduction: Music: Space Heroes by MaxKoMusic | https://maxkomusic.com/ Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported https://creativecommons.org/licenses/… ideaXme https://radioideaxme.com ideaXme is a global network – podcast on 12 platforms, 40 countries, mentor programme and creator series. Mission: To share knowledge of the future. Our passion: Rich Connectedness™!   <
Celebrity Biohacker Dr Jo Zayner | Wants You To Fall In Love With Biotech Discover why everyone "should fall in love with biotech". Find out how here: https://www.the-odin.com Dr. Jo Zayner, PhD, Biophysics, is a "visionary" biochemist and genetic designer. For over 15 years, they have pioneered work in the field of bioengineering, publishing a number of scientific papers on the topic. Zayner is transgender and uses they/she pronouns advocating for diversity, body autonomy and science for all. Jo received their PhD in Biophysics from the University of Chicago, winning several awards for their work on engineering proteins. They then spearheaded work on developing engineered microbes for Mars terraforming at NASA, eventually leaving to start The ODIN, a bioengineering company based in Austin, Texas that is working to make genetic engineering accessible to everyone. Zayner’s groundbreaking work in human genetic engineering and medicine has been the focus of many documentaries, including the Netflix documentary Unnatural Selection https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/8020… and the NYT documentary Gut Hack https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/11/op… . They have been made fun of on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and written about in media all over the world including The New York Times, The New Yorker, El País, Le Monde, Time, Scientific American and NPR, among others. Somehow Jo still finds time to be an accomplished artist whose work has been featured in exhibits at San Francisco MoMA, Philadelphia Museum of Art, NY MoMA, ZKM and the Smithsonian. The ODIN, team believe the future is going to be dominated by genetic engineering and consumer genetic design will be a big part of that. They are facilitating this by offering tailored biotech kits and tools that allow anyone to make unique and usable organisms at home or in a lab or anywhere. Safely of course! Twitter: @4LovOfScience https://twitter.com/4LOVofScience Instagram: @jzayner https://www.instagram.com/jzayner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/josiah.zayner Video footage from Canva. Voice over for ideaXme introduction: Neil Koenig former Senior BBC producer and journalist and current
207: One of the stranger surfaces in the solar system with Dr. Cartwright Dr. Richard Cartwright tells us about the moons of Uranus and explains why we should visit Uranus with an orbiting spacecraft. This mission would take decades to design, build, and travel to the planet. He also shares what he thinks about Uranus jokes.
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Wonders Uncovered by the James Webb Space Telescope Dan summarizes four fantastical new images from the James Webb Space Telescope and how he believes they reveal the glory of God.
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[Interview] JWST Found Six "Impossible" Galaxies. Here's What The Researchers Have To Say James Webb recently found six examples of galaxies that are too big too early. This discovery can significantly change our understanding of the early Universe. In this interview, I'm talking with Dr Joel Leja, who is a part of the team behind the research.

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01:35 What it's like using JWST
02:40 Universe-Breaking Galaxies
07:02 If true, how does it change Cosmology
13:52 How the research can be wrong
18:18 Community response
22:00 "Rewriting" Astronomy
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01:51 [Ta” id=”9OyQ2qOVhN5″ vid=”9OyQ2qOVhN5″ id-for-player=”9OyQ2qOVhN5″ link=”/listen/qa-space-railgun-jwsts-plans-claiming-the-moon-9OyQ2qOVhN5/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
[Q&A] Space Railgun, JWST's Plans, Claiming The Moon Can we build star-tram-like launch facilities in space? What will JWST see next? Can red or brown dwarfs be the source of dark matter? Should SpaceX just be the only launch service for the USA so they can save money?

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01:51 [Tatooine] Can we build star-tram-like launch facilities in space?
09:34 [Coruscant] Can red or brown dwarfs be the source of dark matter?
13:09 [Hoth] Can we see an Earth-sized planet orbiting a Sun-like star?
19:12 [Naboo] How to know JWST's plans?
21:37 [Kamino] How much more energy does it take to launch something in Nova Scotia versus the equator?
24:08 [Bespin] Will China own the Moon?
29:45 [Mustafar] Should SpaceX just be the only launch service for the USA?
31:39 [Alderaan] What would you ask to an alien if you meet one as a science reporter?
33:34 [Dagobah] Could a balloon on Venus use the temperature differences in the atmosphere for power?


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01:06 Building materials ” id=”6emQFKop5mH” vid=”6emQFKop5mH” id-for-player=”6emQFKop5mH” link=”/listen/interview-new-research-suggests-building-moon-infrastructure-with-potato-starch-6emQFKop5mH/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
[Interview] New Research Suggests Building Moon Infrastructure with Potato Starch Scientists came up with a method to produce concrete on the Moon and Mars using potato starch. In this interview, I'm talking with Dr Aled Roberts, who is the Principle Investigator of this research.

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01:06 Building materials from biomaterials
07:06 Challenges of building on the Moon and Mars
10:20 From human blood to potato starch
19:02 How to implement the tech
26:46 DNA manipulation
32:36 Alternative applications
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[NIAC 2023] Revolutionary 100-Kilometer Space Telescope There are radio wavelengths that we can't see from Earth. And to observe them from space, we need a truly huge telescope. Mary Knapp and her team proposed a project that can allow us to build such a telescope and they just recently got a NIAC grant for it.

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00:00 Intro
01:20 Haystack Observatory
02:48 NIAC proposal for 100-km telescope
14:23 What Science Can the Telescope Do
30:36 New Approach to Space Telescopes
39:21 What's Next
41:55 Outro


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☄️ EARLY ACCESS: Searching for Habitable Planets at Alpha Centauri with the TOLIMAN Mission
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[Space Bites] iSpace At The Moon, 3D-Printer Rocket, Life Near Rogue Planets iSpace reaches the Moon, Relativity Space’s 3D printed rocket fails to reach orbit, a mission will search for habitable worlds at Alpha Centauri.

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☄️ EARLY ACCESS: Searching for Habitable Planets at Alpha Centauri with the TOLIMAN Mission
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00:00 Intro
00:14 iSpace at Moon Orbit. Landing Comes Next


https://www.ispace-inc.com/news-en/?p=4460

02:27 Relativity Space Terran-1 Launch
05:18 More Science from DART


https://www.universetoday.com/160683/another-look-at-the-aftermath-of-darts-impact-into-dimorphos/

07:02 Looking For Habitable Planets in Alpha Centauri


https://www.universetoday.com/160625/a-new-mission-will-search-for-habitable-planets-at-alpha-centauri/

09:36 1,179 Previously Unknown Star Clusters


https://arxiv.org/abs/2303.10380

11:21 Interviews
12:27 Moons Orbiting Rogue Planets Could be Habitable


https://www.mpe.mpg.de/7938315/news20230320

15:42 Mars Sunset by Ingenuity


https://www.universetoday.com/160621/nasas-ingenuity-helicopter-sees-a-beautiful-sunset-on-mars/

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[Interview] Searching for Habitable Planets at Alpha Centauri with the TOLIMAN Mission We know about thousands of exoplanets by now. But it's still a mystery, whether there are planets in the Alpha Centauri binary system, which is just next door to us. My guest today, Professor Peter Tuthill, is the Mission Leader for the TOLIMAN Telescope mission, which is designed to find those answers.

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00:00 Intro
01:29 Are there planets at Alpha Centauri
08:22 How can we know they are there
11:20 TOLIMAN Telescope
30:04 JWST experiments
37:34 Next big telescopes for planet hunting
48:38 Discovering many more exoplanets
51:50 Next generation of instruments
59:05 Outro


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[Q&A] Chat GPT for Astronomy, Microscopes on Mars, Use Cases for Starship Why don't we send microscopes on space probes to search for life? How do black holes even form? Can Chat GPT or similar systems help Astronomy? How will we use Starship when it starts to fly?

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01:04 [Tatooine] How can black holes even exist?
04:43 [Coruscant] How to dock to a spinning space station?
08:12 [Hoth] Why not send microscopes on space probes?
11:18 [Naboo] Where's the green screen?
13:25 [Kamino] Why didn't Mars get a Moon like the Earth?
17:04 [Bespin] How hard is it to get interviews or talk with NASA?
21:32 [Mustafar] Can Chat GPT help Astronomy?
25:24 [Alderaan] Why don't we go under to the icy moons' subsurface oceans?
28:39 [Dagobah] What will drive public interest in space in the coming years?
31:43 [Yavin] How will we use Starship?
34:46 [Mandalore] How to travel faster than light?


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[NIAC 2023] Fusion Reactor To Melt Through Europa's Ice In this interview, I'm talking with Theresa Benyo and Lawrence Forsley from NASA. They are authors of a Lattice Confinement Fusion Reactor that got a NIAC award this year. A reactor like this could help us melt through the ice on Europa and Enceladus and have other interesting applications in space missions.

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00:00 Intro
02:30 How tough is Europa's ice
04:31 Lattice confinement fusion
14:43 How the probe will look like
22:54 What's next for the NIAC project
25:57 Other applications for the reactor
31:55 Where's the upper limit for the project
37:15 Going interstellar
41:10 Behind the scenes and additional questions


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Revealing the Mysteries of Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and Neutron Stars | Space Nuts #345 An all-listener questions episode. Hear what's on the minds of our listeners. Explore the mysterious universe and uncover the secrets of dark matter and dark energy with Andrew and Fred. "Matter tells space how to bend. Space tells matter how to move." – John Wheeler Professor Fred Watson is an astronomer and science communicator, best known for his work in the field of astrophysics. He is a regular contributor to numerous science-related media outlets around the globe. Professor Fred Watson was taken aback by Rusty's question about how the rotation curves vary with wavelength. After exploring Einstein's famous theory of gravity, Fred discussed the dangers of the neutron star and the web of dark matter that formed structures in the universe. He explained that dark energy, while being uniform throughout the universe, was the cause of the universe's accelerating expansion. He then discussed the possibility of dark matter black holes, concluding that they should behave the same as normal matter black holes. Finally, he discussed the research done by colleagues in Australia which suggested that the speed of light may have been different in the past. This thought-provoking conversation left Fred and the listeners with questions to ponder. In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. What phenomena would you encounter if you were magically transported to a neutron star? 2. What is the difference between dark matter and dark energy and how do they interact with each other? 3. Could the speed of light or charge of the electron have been different in the past? Resources: For more Space Nuts and how you can help support the show, please visit our website at www.spacenuts.io Connect with us: Facebook: spacenutspodcast YouTube: @spacenutspodcast Twitter: @spacenutspodcst Website: www.spacenuts.io Or look for us on Discord. Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://www.bitesz.com/show/space-nuts/reviews/new/
Best of Blue Dot: Wonderdog: a conversation with author Jules Howard on canine science Host Dave Schlom talks about one of his favorite things in life: dogs. British Author Jules Howard joins him to talk about his latest book, Wonderdog: The Science of Dogs and Their Unique Friendship with Humans.
Blue Dot: Stream restoration on the Klamath River and Big Chico Creek with California Trout Host Dave Schlom visits with an array of guests that are involved in major watershed restoration projects being conducted by the conservation organization California Trout.
Witness Accounts: Volume 26 On episode 309 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we return to the heart of these mysteries in our skies with another collection of UFO stories from you, the listeners. From across Europe and North America, we span continents and decades to hear truly unique accounts of UFOs and close encounters that changed the lives of those involved.Special thanks to those who submitted their stories. If you would like to share your own UFO story, email: [email protected] to discuss further.Patreon: www.patreon.com/somewhereskiesWebsite: www.somewhereintheskies.comYouTube Channel: CLICK HEREBook your Cameo video with Ryan at: https://bit.ly/3kwz3DOOfficial Store: CLICK HEREBuy Somewhere in the Skies coffee! Use promo code: SOMEWHERESKIES10 to get 10% off your order: https://bit.ly/3rmXuapOrder Ryan’s book in paperback, ebook, or audiobook: https://amzn.to/3PmydYCTik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ryansprague51Twitter: @SomewhereSkiesInstagram: @SomewhereSkiesPodRead Ryan’s Articles by CLICKING HEREOpening Theme Song, "Ephemeral Reign" by Per KiilstofteCopyright © 2023 Ryan Sprague. All rights reserved.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/somewhere-in-the-skies. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
LIVESTREAM | Tic Tac UFO Over Washington, UFO PTSD, A Reverse Engineering Program, and a Harry Potter Tardigrade On episode 09 of SOMEWHERE IN THE LIVESTREAM, we are joined by Debrief contributing writer, Jazz Shaw. Ryan and Jazz break down the UFO news of the week including:- Incident 207: A Tic Tac UFO over Washington, DC: http://bit.ly/3yNf7DV- A dying Japanese town that claims its home for aliens- Organizations are forming to help victims w/ UAP PTSD and injuries- Russia takes down a U.S. Reaper Drone w/ crystal clear video taken- A new species of Tardigrade adopts a villainous name from Harry PotterThen, Ryan and Jazz break down the Podcast Highlights of the Week!Follow Jazz Shaw on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/JazzShawPatreon: http://www.patreon.com/somewhereskiesWebsite: http://www.somewhereintheskies.comBook your Cameo video with Ryan at: https://bit.ly/3kwz3DOBuy Somewhere in the Skies coffee! Use promo code: SOMEWHERESKIES10 to get 10% off your order: https://bit.ly/3rmXuapOrder Ryan's Book in paperback, ebook, or audiobook at: https://amzn.to/3dEBEHQOfficial Store: https://bit.ly/2SIYaJ8Email Ryan directly at: [email protected] Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ryansprague51Twitter: https://twitter.com/SomewhereSkiesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/somewhereskiespod/Read Ryan’s articles at: https://medium.com/@ryan-sprague51© 2023 Ryan Sprague. All rights reserved.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/somewhere-in-the-skies. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome UFO People On episode 310 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we are joined by Rob Kristoffersen, host of the Our Strange Skies podcast, and Todd Purse, artists and host of Creative Weirdos. Together, Rob and Todd have created the web-comic, "Welcome UFO People," where each monthly comic is devoted to true UFO, alien and cryptid encounters. We hear the story of the how and why the comic came to be, the research and creative process, and then they discuss each case they've covered so far. We also get a tease of what cases they'll be covering in the future, and why UFO case histories are a lost art in the current landscape of UFO discourse.Follow the Welcome UFO People Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/welcomeufopeople/Order prints on Welcome UFO People at: https://www.createmagicstudios.com/welcome-ufo-people Follow Our Strange Skies and Rob at: https://twitter.com/YerUFOGuyFollow Todd Purse at: https://www.instagram.com/toddde85/Patreon: www.patreon.com/somewhereskiesWebsite: www.somewhereintheskies.comYouTube Channel: CLICK HEREBook your Cameo video with Ryan at: https://bit.ly/3kwz3DOOfficial Store: CLICK HEREBuy Somewhere in the Skies coffee! Use promo code: SOMEWHERESKIES10 to get 10% off your order: https://bit.ly/3rmXuapOrder Ryan’s book in paperback, ebook, or audiobook: https://amzn.to/3PmydYCEmail Ryan directly at: [email protected] Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ryansprague51Twitter: @SomewhereSkiesInstagram: @SomewhereSkiesPodRead Ryan’s Articles by CLICKING HEREOpening Theme Song, "Ephemeral Reign" by Per KiilstofteCopyright © 2023 Ryan Sprague. All rights reserved.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/somewhere-in-the-skies. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
#311 – Beginner Astronomy Books Chris and Shane welcome Jim to the show to discuss beginner astronomy books.
#315 – Objects to Observe in April 2023 Chris and Shane discuss interesting objects and events to observe in April 2023.
Space News Review: Terran 1 Launch, iSpace is Lunar, Space Force budgets, and EpiPens in Space (March'23) On this episode, Alex reviews some of the most interesting Space from March in this final episode of the month! We have a busy April in Space, but let's not forget all the amazing things that happened in this 3rd month of 2023: Relativity Space successfully launches the test flight for Terran 1, an 85% 3D printed rocket that has now showcased that 3D printed structures (at least made with the Stargate printer) can handle the maximum forces of rocket launch! iSpace's Hakuto-R lunar lander has made it to Lunar Orbit on Mission Day 100! Next step, lunar surface approach and landing! The US Space Force has requested $60 million dollars/2 years to develop Tactically Responsive Space launch contracts for 24-hour flight readiness! Elementary School students help NASA (and all of us) learn that EpiPens degrade and are toxic when exposed to cosmic radiation! We also share our thoughts on the exciting things waiting for us in April for Space related activities. From NASA JPL Open House, to the Artemis 2 Crew announcement, and Starship's potential Orbital Launch – there's alot to be excited about! Questions/Thoughts for this week: How will Relativity Space's demonstration of Terran 1 change the expectation and use of 3D printed parts in spaceflight? What would things look like if iSpace has a flawless landing on the moon with Hakuto-R? Why is Tactically Responsive Space important? And why is the assumption that they will be shot down and need replacing?? Do you really have to be the smartest person in the room to have a place in Space and Science? We'd love to know your thoughts and questions! Email us at [email protected] 00:00 Today In Space introduction 01:46 Relativity Space launches first 3D-printed rocket on the third try – Terran 1 proves 3D printing is here to stay in space! 04:40 iSpace Hakuto-R lunar lander in orbit around the Moon! 09:09 Are you preparing for the alien abduction? Go to Manscaped.com & use code word SPACE for 20% off and free shipping and get prepped to represent humanity! 11:51 US Space Force budget includes 60 million over two years for “tackling responsive space. 15:13 US keeping up its resiliency in space by having the ability to replace anything that gets shot down as global conflicts increase 17:04 The Space Force is not only here to stay, but it’s playing a larger and larger role 19:46 Elementary schoolers prove EPI pens become toxic in space, something NASA never knew. 26:00 Closing out the epside! What to expect in April in Space SOURCES:  Relativity Space Part 3 (link starts a few minutes before launch!) https://www.youtube.com/live/bzA0lIwh19c?feature=share&t=4871 Elementary schoolers prove EPI pens become toxic in space, something NASA never knew. https://www.livescience.com/elementary-schoolers-prove-epipens-become-fatally-toxic-in-space-something-nasa-never-knew https://spacenews.com/u-s-space-force-budget-includes-60-million-for-tactically-responsive-space/ https://www.linkedin.com/posts/ispace-inc_ispace-hakutoabrr-lunarquest-activity-7043931139769565184-hZ94?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_ios ————————– Space News in March that didn't make the review: https://www.sciencetimes.com/amp/articles/42699/20230306/spacecraft-one-fifth-speed-light-reach-another-solar-system-20.htm https://www.universetoday.com/160553/nasa-and-axiom-space-do-a-partial-reveal-of-the-spacesuit-that-will-be-worn-on-the-moon/ https://www.cbsnews.com/sacramento/news/new-discovery-could-impact-the-future-of-mars-exploration/ <a href="https://www-cnbc-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.cnbc.com/amp/2023/
I Found This Strange Rock…Is It A Meteorite? We ask Dr. Ben Weiss, an MIT expert on meteorites, how to spot the difference between rocks that formed on Earth and ones that fell from space.

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2023, April 18: Plan Sidereal Vacation, Evening Planets April 18, 2023: Plan a trip to a location to see the Milky Way.  Read on to consider the factors.  The evening planets continue their nightly performances.

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2023, April 19: Solar Eclipse, Venus-Aldebaran Conjunction April 19, 2023: A solar eclipse occurs in the Eastern Hemisphere, during the overnight hours in the Americas.  Venus passes Aldebaran, Taurus’ brightest star, after nightfall.

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2023, April 20: Morning Saturn, Evening Planet Duo April 20, 2023: Saturn appears in the east-southeast before daybreak.  After sunset, brilliant Venus and Mars are easy to see, as Mercury departs.

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2023, April 21: Morning Saturn, Evening Moon, Taurus Display April 21, 2023: Before sunrise, Saturn is low in the east-southeast.  After sundown, a razor-thin moon appears with Taurus and its Pleiades star cluster.  Venus is nearby along with Mars.


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Juice to Jupiter and forgotten space shuttles European Space Agency Juice mission to Jupiter's Michele Dougherty talks about icy moons, magnetic fields and life elsewhere in the solar system, and the UK Space Agency's Caroline Harper discusses the Juice launch preparations in French Guiana. Also, the hidden history of Space Shuttle Enterprise: Eric Boehm at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum talks about the prototype shuttle's test flights and the aftermath of the Columbia disaster and the military space shuttle. Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
Episode 18: The High Ground: Part 1 Outer space is the ultimate strategic high ground for the world's great powers. This is true for both spy satellites and ballistic missiles. During the Cold War, President Ronald Reagan proposed the creation of a technologically advanced, space-based defensive weapon system known as S.D.I.. But critics of the proposal dubbed it 'Star Wars' and said it would trigger a new arms race with the Soviet Union. What historical lessons can be learned from this episode in history?

REFERENCES:

"Adolf Hitler's Plot to Bomb New York" By David Robinson
https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/368490/Adolf-Hitler-s-plot-to-bomb-New-York

"The 1983 Military Drill that Nearly Sparked Nuclear War with the Soviets" by Francine Uenuma
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-1983-military-drill-that-nearly-sparked-nuclear-war-with-the-soviets-180979980/

"Strategic Defense Initiative" State.gov
https://2001-2009.state.gov/r/pa/ho/time/rd/104253.htm

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Star Diary: What’s in the night sky, 27 March to 2 April Mars and the crescent Moon make a lovely pairing in this week’s stargazing guide.Transcript https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/podcasts/star-diary-27-march-2023/ How to see the International Space Station https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/advice/skills/how-see-international-space-station-iss-night-sky/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Humans Of Space: Aaron Yung NASA scientist Aaron Yung talks about what it’s like being an astrophysicist working with the James Webb Space Telescope, and what inspired him to forge a career studying the cosmos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A Cosmic Cannibal: Uncovering the Mystery of the Loneliest Galaxy in the Universe | Space Nuts #343 When an ambitious astrophysicist discovers a lone galaxy 9.2 billion light years away, she unravels the mystery of a fossil cluster, uncovering an unexpected twist in the evolution of carbon in the universe. In this episode, learn about astronomy topics – Quasars, Big Bang, and Carbon formation in the universe – from a conversation between Andrew and Fred about Dr. Rebecca Davis' research. They discuss how carbon started forming in the universe, which is important as we are a carbon based life form. The research found that in the early universe there was more cold carbon than warm carbon and it may be due to the first generation of stars. This research also paves the way for future investigations with the Square Kilometer Array to detect neutral hydrogen during a key phase of the universe's history. Furthermore, there is an example of extreme galactic cannibalism, with a distant galaxy called 3 C 297, which appears to be alone in space due to gobbling up all it's neighbours. "During the period when the first stars and galaxies are forming, a lot of heavy elements are forming because we never had carbon before we had stars. One possible reason for this rapid rise is just that we're seeing the products of the first generation of stars." In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. Australian astrophysicists have uncovered a crucial new development in understanding the evolution of carbon in the universe. 2. An extremely distant and old galaxy, 3C 297, is all alone in space, because it ate its friends. 3. Astronomers have discovered the earliest fossil group ever found, suggesting that galaxies gobbling up their partners and friends happened much earlier in the universe than previously thought. Connect with us: Facebook: spacenutspodcast YouTube: @spacenutspodcast Twitter: @spacenutspodcst Website: www.spacenuts.io Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating on our HQs website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/space-nuts/reviews/new/ – Thank you.
The Search for Life on Venus: Uncovering Volcanic Activity | Space Nuts #344 In this episode of the podcast, Fred Watson embarks on a journey to the National Press Club to attend a big event featuring NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, only to find himself in the wrong place at the wrong time and caught in a thunderstorm. "If you're going to bet on where the most likely place for an eruption to occur on Venus, this would be it. It's the tallest volcano on the planet." Fred Watson was in a hotel room in Canberra when a thunderstorm struck, sending him scrambling to unplug his electronics. While there, he heard about the National Press Club lunch with the NASA administrator, Bill Nelson, and his deputy, Pam Melroy. He managed to get a ticket and attended the event, where he learned about the volcanically active planet Venus. Robert Herrick, a planetary scientist at the University of Alaska, had detected a particular volcanic vent that had changed in shape and size over an eight month period. Professor Herrick suggested that this could be a recent volcanic event; and Trevor Allen's research on the carbonaceous asteroid, 162173 Ryugu, uncovered evidence of uracil, a component of RNA molecules. In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. What is the Veritas mission and how could it further our understanding of volcanoes on Venus?Herrick 2. How did researchers detect uracil in the carbonaceous asteroid 162173 Ryugu? 3. How does the sun's core lose mass and energy and how does it become visible radiation? Connect with us: Facebook: @spacenutspodcast YouTube: @spacenutspodcast Twitter: @spacenutspodcst Website: www.spacenuts.io Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://www.bitesz.com/show/space-nuts/reviews/new/ Sponsor Details: This episode is brought to you thanks to the support of NordVPN. To check out the special Space Nuts deals at the moment, just visit www.nordvpn.com/spacenuts and click on the Get the Deal button. Thank you.
#310 – Winter Wide Field Wonders Chris and Shane talk about a portion of the Wide Field Wonders list that Chris curated for the RASC Observer’s Handbook.
Mars & CIA Remote Viewers In a recently Declassified Report, the CIA hired "remote viewers" to look back at Mars past and report what they see.  Join host David Denault and hear for yourself what was seen one-million years ago.
Mars Search for Life Has the Perseverance Rover found a trace of life on the red planet?  Join host Dawn Meyer, Space Coast News Editor for a report on life on Mars.
Episode 71: Galaxies Say Halo Today we say halo from a bird’s eye view of the Universe by exploring some of the largest simulations that exist. Kiersten tells us how cosmological simulations help us study the black hole populations that the next generation of gravitational wave detectors will discover. We also say our first goodbye to Alex as he presents his last astrobite (but don’t worry,  he’ll still be around for a few more episodes!). He teaches us that most astrophysicists do not have an aversion to genetically modified organisms, especially when those GMOs are dark matter halos in the early universe.
 
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Sonification & Visualization: https://vimeo.com/160122270
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Astrobites:
https://astrobites.org/2023/03/09/smbh-mergers-in-cosmological-simulations/
https://astrobites.org/2021/05/03/genetic-galaxy-halos/
Girl in Georgia communicating with dead pt2 Girl from Georgia who could see and talk to Ghost. Part 2
Why Not Print a 3D Rocket and Launch It Into Space? Relativity Space is preparing for a launch of a 3D printed rocket powered by methane. Plus, the Space Force has partnered with Arkisys Inc. a commercial orbiting platform and long-duration space-infrastructure-as-a-service business in space. James Webb Space Telescope has captured another awe-inspiring image of a dying star. Our own Sun has a massive coronal hole that's opened and could bring auroras to Earth. And scientists have given a surprisingly simple explaination for Oumuamua's unusual orbit.
39: Jupiter The Monster Izzie and Dr Becky explore the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter. What do we know about this big ol’ planet? And what are the missions that will find out even more? The team is joined by Scott Boulton, Principal Investigator of NASA's Juno mission, and Professor Emma Bunce from the University of Leicester, also involved with ESA's Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer (aka JUICE). Plus Robert Massey shares his top stargazing tips for spring. 

Everyday STEM Science – Space! by Izzie Clarke
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The Year in Space by The Supermassive Podcast
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2023, April 7: Gibbous Moon, Four Bright Planets April 7, 2023: Follow the moon across the sky during the night. Saturn is visible before sunrise. Venus, Mercury, and Mars are in the western evening sky.
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2023, April 8: Scorpion Moon, Four Bright Planets Nightly April 8, 2023: The bright moon approaches the Scorpion during the night. Saturn, Venus, Mercury, and Mars are visible during nighttime hours.
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