Dear @CheapAstro, How would you design a spacecraft? Are everything-you-launch-is-it spacecraft now old technology? Find the answer on today’s podcast.
Jan 31st: Things We’re Not Sure About
Dec 31st: Periodic table & Props up a Rocket
Oct 26th: Being in Space
When you need some space… lets listen to @CheapAstro today for the answers of what’s the best solution to generate artificial gravity for long duration space travel? And what is the smell of space?
Aug 23rd: Questioning Assumptions
Don’t presume to assume. Did the Universe really start from a single point? How unusual is the Earth? Let’s explore the answer with @CheapAstro at #365DaysOfAstro
Jul 26th: Black Holes, Again!
Back in black. @CheapAstro dives head first into some more black holes. What’s in a black hole? Can you really have planets around a black hole?
May 24th: Clarifications
Today at #365DaysOfAstro, @cheapastro questions some questions. Do we have the ability to measure the exact amount of heat arriving at the Earth from the Sun? & If we want a lunar orbiting space station, couldn’t we just send the ISS there?
Apr 26th: Distant Horizons
Cheap Astronomy explores some old horizons and answers these questions. If the Big Bang happened 13.8 billion years ago how come we can still see it? How can we observe things that are receding from us at faster than the speed of light?
Mar 22nd: Living Things
Feb 22nd: Galaxies Matter!
On the grand scale of things, galaxies are on the grand scale of things. How does the galaxy rotate? What is intergalactic dust made of? @cheapastro at #365DaysofAstro