A new asteroid has been discovered with an orbit that crosses our own planet’s orbit. However, in 2046, and for the first time in a long time, the potentially dangerous asteroids list actually gave us something to worry about.
In general, the kind of year we’ll experience gets its label at the end of the year. This year, 2023, is still young, but I’m going to guess that come January 2024, this will be the year of Io.
This week EVSN discuss about earthquakes, early results from JWST, spherical novae, the Dark Side of the Moon, and a whole lot more
Today we’ll go through more than 20 studies and observations ranging from planetary climates to galaxy mergers, and we’ll take a closer look at how Artificial Intelligence is being asked to play a role in every area of this research. And we’ll ask, “Is this how we get Cylons?”
Today, we bring you lab results on ice that affect how we see the outer solar system, and observations of galaxies that affect our understanding of the universe’s formation
Today ESVN discuss about mass extinction, volcanoes, star formation, galaxy dissolution, and space mission synchronized observing. Also a closer look at dark energy and dark matter and giant galaxies in the early universe.
This episode has a little bit of everything as we bring you results from astronomers, geoscientists, climate scientists, imaging scientists, glaciologists, meteorologists, planetary scientists, engineers, and even bioarchaeologists. This diversity of research allows us to better understand our world and beyond.
Hello and welcome! This show – Escape Velocity Space News and today we’re going to bring you the best of what’s been discovered and dive deep into the hottest topic of the week – the infrared universe.