Today’s Travelers in the Night talks about the plant that the mars explorers take with them and the four fireball meteors brighter than Venus that exploded over Germany, France, Ohio, and Arizona .
Mar 12th: Finding Space Rocks & Moons Of Florence
Finding a meteorite that has traveled billions of miles through space to reach it’s present location is exciting. It might even be worth real money. More about it and largest asteroid to come near the Earth in 100 years.
Mar 5th: Biggest Ear & Night Vision
Today’s Travelers in the Night tell you a story about the world’s largest telescope and experiencing the wonders of the Universe first hand using your night vision
Feb 26th: Spotting Meteors & Our Number
What is meteors? How to spot meteors? When is the best time? More on today’s Travelers in the Night.
Feb 19th: 30 Days of Traffic & Jupiter
Today’s Travelers in the Night discuss about 2021 KT1 is a potential hazardous astronomy and Jupiter as the defender of Earth
Feb 12th: Vigilance & Smoky Nights
Today’s podcast we have the story of 2021 LL1 discovery in the constellation Hercules and climate change has enabled wildfires to move to higher elevations.
Feb 5th: Shrinking Stratosphere & Young Martian Volcanoes
Today’s travelers in the night share about the shrinking stratosphere and Mars orbiter data that shows unusual 8 mile wide deposit of ash and rock surrounds a 20 mile long volcanic fissure in the plains of the Elysium.
Jan 29th: Space Vehicles & Tracking Meteoroids
Today’s Travelers in the Night talk about SpaceX developing a new (methalox) engine called Raptor and meteoroids come from comets which have passed near Earth as long as 4000 years ago.
Jan 22nd: Backyard Astronomy & Vesta Fragment
Today’s Travelers in the Night will tell you a story about Richard Kowalski conduct messier marathon from his backyard and his discovery of Vesta fragments, 2018 LA.
Jan 15th: Earth Approachers & Rocks or Rockets
During 60 day period, asteroid hunters discovered 29 space rocks. Also the discovery of 2021 GM! gives possibility of Moon rock or Apollo mission debris.