Join us today as we talk about radio transmitters found in the twinkling heart of the Milky Way. Then we’ll look at an asteroid that has a comet-like tail. And finally, Bennu is about to be sampled by OSIRIS-Rex, and we helped make that happen!
Join us today as we talk about one of my favorite areas of research, pulsating stars, and how researchers have used data from NASA’s TESS mission to understand them. We also look at new evidence for watery plumes erupting from Jupiter’s moon Europa. And finally, we discuss how the SOFIA observatory has found clues for why Pluto’s atmospheric haze continues to exist.
Astronomers announced the discovery of the brightest, most energetic, & most massive supernova. And the new theory possibly Explaining the mysterious interstellar object ‘Oumuamua!
Today’s stories cover getting razor-sharp black hole Image, detecting the powerful jets and winds produced by quasars in the galaxy, taking better images of Earth-like planets around other stars.
After 16 years of taking amazing data that has generated amazing science, the Spitzer space telescope was decommissioned.
Today we start off with a quick take on everyone’s favorite fading star, Betelguese.
The Moon does not have an atmosphere today. But did it about 3.5 billion years ago?