Mass goes missing in BH collisions? Is a solar eclipse useful for science?
Cheap Astronomy’s discovers that the ISS crew likes to ham it up
Bepi Colombo is on its way to Mercury. Meanwhile, the Hayabusa 2 mission continues its exploration of the asteroid Ryugu, while the Hubble Space Telescope is back up and running again. What that means for the telescope?
Seismology. A chance to peer into our planet & learn how it works. And we’re about to take that technology to Mars. @astronomycast at #365DaysOfAstro
When asteroid hunters find a moving point of light in the night sky they have no idea of what the object is or where it might be located without additional observations.
Comet 46P Wirtanen is about to make its closest approach to Earth since its discovery in 1948. Hear how to get outside and see the potentially naked eye comet!
Today we have interview with Collin Stuart the writer of How to Live in Space and Lets discuss about Oumuamua craziness…
It’s time to say goodbye to Kepler. It’s the end of a great adventure to discover exoplanet. Goodnight, Sweet Prince. With @PaulMattSutter at #365DaysOfAstro