Jeni talks to the legendary discoverer of pulsars, champion of women in science and Oxford University astronomer about her astronomy career, inspirations, motivations and key discoveries. A very special interview with one of modern astronomy’s greats!
What is an atmosphere? How and why do they form? What are they made of? Why are they so different? Do all planets have atmospheres? Do asteroids and dwarf planets? Is the sun a giant atmosphere?
It’s time for news and February sky guide with @AwesomeAstroPod. This month we have 3 rocky water worlds found by the Kepler Space Telescope, and Does the James Webb Space Telescope have to take calibration frames like we do from Earth?
If you’ve never been to the southern hemisphere or the northern hemisphere, you might not be aware that the moon and the constellations appear upside down!
This week, @AwesomeAstroPod team bringing back the much-missed Awesome Astronomy interviews with a bang, we’re joined by friend of the show Chris Lee.
We take a look at the reasons why there are no human footprints on the surface of Mars. SpaceX have also had plans of their own to get to the Red Planet.
Happy New Year! It’s time for news round-up and sky guide with @AwesomeAstroPod. We have leak on the ISS, the end of Mars lander, a new way to look for aliens, and how did dust form the expanding halo observed around the GRB source?
Today’s Christmas Pantomime sees the Awesome Astronomy crew exploring strange new worlds on the Astronomy Star Ship (ASS) Penetrator. And of course a roundup of the best astronomy and space exploration news from 2022
Traveling to Mars is dangerous. Landing on Mars is dangerous. Staying on Mars is dangerous. Lifting off from Mars is dangerous. And returning from Mars is dangerous. So how long people will survive on Mars?
December skyguide and news with @AwesomeAstroPod. We JWST image of exoplanet atmosphere, ESA astronaut recruitment, Artemis 1, and more stories. Also Does the x-ray end of the electromagnetic spectrum have Fraunhofer lines like the visual part?