Today, @deepastronomy talk with Kelly Beatty from Sky and Telescope to discuss the growing problem of light pollution, what he thinks about SpaceX new swarm of satellites and much more
Time to celebrates #BlackInAstro with Ashley Walker. And this time we have solved again the mystery of Betelgeuse solved. Also more news about Zhu Rong at #365DaysOfAstro
In this episode Shane and Chris attempt to answer the frequently asked question, “How do I find things in the Night Sky?”
George’s Random Astronomical Object presents Abell S1063, a cluster of galaxies that was only reported as a discovery in the 1980s but that has attracted a lof of attention because of how it gravitationally distorts the light of galaxies behind it.
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.