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.
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 15th: Dealing with Potentially Hazardous Asteroids
A trio of asteroid-related stories crossed our emails this week: Bennu’s sample is on schedule for next year’s return, researchers have developed a tool to measure an asteroid’s density distribution, and 3200 Phaeton’s rotational period has accelerated.
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.
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.
Jan 1st: Exploring Mars & 90 Inch
Happy New Year! Today Travelers in the Night discuss about Perseverance and the Steward Observatory’s Bok90 inch telescope on Kitt Peak in Arizona
Dec 25th: Dress Rehearsal & Meteor Goes Splat
Today’s Traveler’s in the Night discuss about the discovery of asteroid 2020 XK1 and large slow moving fireball carbonaceous chondrite meteor that landed in the village of Winchcombe in the Cotswolds.
Dec 18th: Greg’s Comet & Couch Potato
Today Travelers in the Night discuss about the discovery of C/2021 A1 (Leonard) in the constellation Canes Venatici and asteroid 2021 CK2 by Richard Kowalski while sitting on his living room couch!
Dec 11th: Human Geological Epoch & A Haul
If your are wondering how far the human race has gone in changing our planet, you should look into rock and ice layers currently being produced on planet Earth.