The black holes are swaaaarming and what is a dwarf galaxy?
Daily sunspot records have been kept by most major observatories since the mid-1800s and there are records going back thousands of years of these dark areas on the Sun’s face.
In this podcast extra episode, we take a look back at the extraordinary life and work of Stephen Hawking who died on 14th March 2018, leaving a legacy rich with cosmology insights, humour, altruism, science education and a changed landscape in astronomy.
Finally, a big update. Have there been news in the realm of exoplanets?
How to define lunar calendar based on the first visibility of the lunar crescent. And the recent scientific estimates suggest that a typical human being has the same number of bacteria and other microbes as they do actual human cells.
This week, we re-visit processing data from NASA missions yourself.
Lets discuss about Treknology: The Science of Star Trek and more updates including helicopter for mars & stars from the early moment of the universe
Why the universe expands? How can black holes form in the big bang? more with @PaulMattSutter at #365DaysOfAstro