How do we measure the age of the universe? Why are different methods giving different results? How do we solve this problem? I discuss these questions and more in today’s Ask a Spaceman with @PaulMattSutter at #365DaysOfAstro
Volcanos can be some of the worst natural disasters that we can experience here on Earth. But life wouldn’t even exist without them. So, what are volcanos good for anyway?
Greg Leonard discover and verify 23 new Earth approaching object. Aside then that, less than 13 hours four small space rocks zipped through the Earth-Moon neighborhood
Xiaohui Fan discusses the discovery of the most distant supermassive black hole and quasar discovery and what we can learn from these objects about the early history of the universe.
New images of Ganymede! And a discussion about Roving Mars with Perseverance and MASTCAM-Z
with Darian Dixon. #365DaysOfAstro
This is a famous tale from Bali about the eclipse of the moon. This tale is strongly influenced by Indian (Hindu) Culture. There are many versions of this tale with some slight differences. Javanese Culture also has very similar tale like this.
New research shows that our galaxy was already in place prior to a major collision with a dwarf galaxy ten billions years ago. Plus a science review of Godzilla vs. Kong. No. Really! #365DaysOfAstro
In 2017, Elon Musk laid out his grand sweeping plans for the future of SpaceX, the company that would take humanity to Mars. What’s everyone going to eat?