The outer Solar System is far enough from the Sun that water doesn’t get blasted away into deep space. In this icy realm, there are many worlds with vast quantities of water ice. Today let’s look at the icy outer moons and dwarf planets.
Today Travelers in the Night will discuss about LightSail from Planetary Society and the Planetary Defense meeting in Italy on 2015.
Here is an excerpt from the “JWST: Too Big to Fail” stream. The history of JWST is long and storied and @DeepAstronomy will briefly outline some milestones.
Join @WSHCrew as they presents news update this week and discuss about Merger-Triggered Core-Collapse Supernovae with Dillon Dong. Aside than that we have Planet 9, news about Earth’s atmosphere and more at #365DaysOfAstro
The Actual Astronomy Podcast presents The Partial Lunar Eclipse Tomorrow Morning November 19th including what equipment to use and some brief history & science surrounding eclipses.
This week @AwesomeAstroPod will discuss about the results of Astro2020, NASA Moon program, SpaceX 3rd crew launched, and plans to build 2 space station before 2030.
How do giant planets make diamond rain? Does it really, you know, rain? Where does diamond rain exist?
Uranus & Neptune are Ice Giants, filled with water and other volatiles that we’d consider ice if it was here on Earth. What’s inside these worlds and what can we expect to find across the Milky Way as we find more?
NASA is proposing the next step on the path to Mars to be a mission to 2008 EV5. And a story of 2015 FS332. #365DaysOfAstro
The Hubble Constant tells us how fast the universe is expanding. However, different methods of measuring the Hubble Constant give different results. In this podcast, NOIRLab’s John Blakeslee describes data his team has collected to help resolve this discrepancy.