Podcaster: Ralph, Paul & Jenni
Title : Awesome Astronomy September 2022 Part 2 (The Space Exploration Show)
Organization: Awesome Astronomy
Link : www.awesomeastronomy.com
- Farewell Frank Drake
- It’s uncrewed, not unmanned!
- Filming with the BBC again
- Listeners’ emails on city astronomy and the missing AweAst show this month
- JWST unearths a huge cosmic riddle
- Artemis 1 moon launch delays
- Solar astronomers solve one of the great mysteries about the Sun
- A round up of all the incredible things that have happened in space this month (thanks to @jessicaxlis for the inspiration… and much of the content!)
As we’re a little late in the month for a September skyguide, this is a quick guide to the astronomy events to observe over the next few months. Pay attention because there’s some great oppositions, occultations, eclipses, meteor showers and possibly even a couple of naked eye comets!
Can red-shift, spectroscopy, mass evaluations etc still be counted on even after the images have been distorted & magnified by foreground galaxies? Can the effect of gravitational lensing be accurately accounted for? From our good friend Alan Beech in the UK.
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