Category | Pythagorean Astronomy

By Chris North on November 13, 2018 in
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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?

By Chris North on September 29, 2018 in
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Vulcans, Dust Storms, and Water on Mars. Check out the latest story about 40 Eridani A a with @chrisenorth from @cardiffphysx at #365DaysOfAstro

By Chris North on September 7, 2018 in
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NASA launched the Parker Solar Probe, a mission to explore the Sun’s corona, or atmosphere. Professor Lucie Green, from MSSL, explains how the mission will explore how the sun drives the solar wind.

By Chris North on July 28, 2018 in
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Jupiter has got even more moons than previously thought, with its total haul now coming in at 79! @chrisenorth & @zemogle discuss why the new moons are odd.

By Chris North on June 13, 2018 in
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This month has seen missions large and small launch towards Mars, and new results from the Gaia satellite.