Today we have story about how Newton ideas of physical world and mathematics continue to touch our lives. Also about Comet C/2013 US10.
A professional and amateur astronomer take a look at the Netflix movie, Don’t Look Up. How realistic is it? Could a comet destroy Earth? Would we spot one? Could we defend Earth from a catastrophe? Could you harvest a comet’s minerals?
Today’s Travelers in the zNight talk about the reality or scientific fact of full moon and the discovery of 8 close approaching asteroids
This week JWST will be launch and today @WSHCrew will discuss about it. And of course there are other news as well. Pluto geology, Venus clouds, Hayabusa samples, and how we can clean up space debris.
Where did ‘Oumuamua come from? What is it made of, and how did it end up here? Is it really an artifact of an alien civilization?
” Bennu! SO. MANY. ROCKS!” why are there so many rocks on this asteroid? Find the answer with Dr. Saverio Cambioni at #365DaysOfAstro with this week news update.
So there are asteroids, and there are comets. But there’s an entirely separate class of objects called centaurs. More about it at #365DaysOfAstro
Today Travelers in the Night will bring you a story about C/2020 H2 (Pruyne) discovery and the first 1 X-ray flare during this lack of sunspot season.
Today Travelers in the Night will take us to the discovery of C/2020 H3 (Wierzchos) and 15 foot diameter 2020 JJ.
Today story we have Teddy Pruyne’s first comet discovery and Zdnenek Bardon comet imaging disrupting by SpaceX Starlink constellation