Today Travelers in the Night discuss about 2015 SY and potentially hazardous asteroid named 2015 RR150.
The Solar System, the Moon and its features, the stars, the constellations, the properties of light, and the preservation of dark skies will be some of the topics featured in the Scholar Astronomy Program, part of NOIRLab’s Star Educators program
Astronomers recently observe small yet powerful stellar explosion known as Microvoa. So what is micronova and how it happen? And also, Perseverance lost contact with Ingenuity.
Adventure Journalist Jim Clash discusses how the Apollo 11 Moon landing influenced him & the general public, Joe Kittenger’s contribution to the Aeronautics & the Space Program, the history & future of Space Tourism, & some of his other Adventure Journalist experiences
The flash of a pulsar about 3,000 light-years from our solar system was caused by a ‘black widow’ binary consuming a smaller star. Intriguingly, a third companion star is orbiting the pair, which may have originated near the Milky Way’s center.
Fraser gives 5 answers to the question, “why should we explore space when we have so many problems here on Earth?”
The Earth is teeming with life, but the upper atmosphere to kilometers underground. There’s no question that our planet has life. But is our planet itself alive?
Today’s Travelers in the Night will feature 2015 RH2, Gennady Borisov’s new asteroid and 2015 PU228. The asteroid that was once thought to be most likely to collide with Earth in this century.
Lunar Eclipse Month!!! Get ready for a May that boasts a wonderful blood moon and an array of morning planets all month long.
News round-up with @WSHCrew this week will cover various topic including cosmic rays as earthquake detection, rare galaxies forming stars, James Webb, machine learning for exoplanet cartography, solar flares, and Event Horizon Telescope.