So we have rocky planets, gas giants, and ice giants in Solar System. What are their differences? And how about exoplanet. Are they the same?
Today’s podcast we have a folklore from Mongolia about the birth of the brightest morning star and the evening sparkle stars.
Where is the edge of our Solar System? Or better yet, let’s say where is the outermost boundary of the Solar System?
This is a folklore from Vietnam about Cuoi, a man who lives in the Moon. Another interpretation that Moon is occupy by man.
This is a folklore from Mentawai at the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia, about people’s interpretation of the sun and the moon as well as why they have hotter days.
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.
It’s December! And yes we will continue our service in 2021 despite of pandemic.
After 10 years of successfully publishing an award-winning daily audio astronomy show, the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast is poised to enter its second decade of sharing astronomy with the world.
The 365 Days of Astronomy daily podcast celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2019. As it enters a new decade, the show is planning a new year of content focused on the theme, “Commemorating discoveries across time and culture.”