This month @AwesomeAstroPod discuss about ESA new mission for the 20230s and the usual skyguide. So prepare your instrument for the night sky.
Today Awesome Astronomy takes us on a voyage of discovery to understand how the Sun (and all the stars) work and how we discovered this.
Lets explore the the first proof connecting supernovae to black holes and neutron stars, cyclones on a far-away world, dazzling images of Io, and the true color of Neptune.
Festive silliness (bit naughty!) a review of the space and astronomy year and a look ahead to what 2024 has in store for us. Not forgetting the outtakes!
It’s time for @AwesomeAstroPod December skyguide! Also we have discussion about what might have happened to the Planet Theia after it hit the Earth, what Lucy saw on its first asteroid encounter, the mystery of a new double crater on the Moon and what the first images from the Elucid telescope show.
This month Jeni talks to Paul. No not our Paul but Paul Cornish. They talk about constellation Mythology and this time it has a very Welsh flavour…enjoy!
This month we talk about what might have been in the Arthur C Clarke Awards, the latest weird discovery from JWST, the most detailed simulation of the Universe yet, British space plans, giggle at a Space Force painting, and have a look at what you can see in the sky this month.
This month we give you a recording of our live panel show from AstroCamp, held in September. The team answer questions and comments from the public about a range of space and astronomy topics.
All the planets in the solar system rotate counter clockwise – except Venus. A day on Venus lasts longer than it’s year!
Time for astroguide and update with @AwesomeAstroPod. We have guide to seeing Aurora at lower latitudes and autumnal sky guide. Also updates from JWST and OSIRIS-REx.