This week, @WSHCrew discuss about “extremely red” QUASAR that dates back to the earliest days of the Universe with Dr. Andrey Vayner. Also how the total lunar eclipse looks red, water on Earth, plant on space, pink aurora. #365DaysOfAstro
Lets explore Venus with robotic balloons! More about this aerobots with @WSHCrew & Dr. Jacob Izraelevitz. And weekly update about Artemis, the closest black hole and more at #365daysOfAstro
This week Cosmic Perspective: Dutch Astronomy in Wider Society discuss with Professor Ewine van Dishoeck about JWST. More at #365DaysOfAstro
Pulsars have baffled scientists for decades, including how they work and what form matter takes within a pulsar. This week This week @WSHcrew join by Dr. Zaven Arzoumanian and Dr. Keith Gendreau that mapped J0030. And more news update.
JWST’s larger mirror has allowed astronomers to find gravitationally lensed galaxies that have globular clusters almost nine billion years old. P
Astroseismologists are combining data from TESS, Kepler, and eventually JWST to study stellar oscillations in ‘infant’ stars, with the goal of creating new models for how such young stars form and evolve over time
Join us today for October sky with @AwesomeAstroPod and discussion about where space begins, JWST, the worth of Artemis and how the infamous Elephant Trunk nebulae incident happened.
This week we are super excited to welcome Dr. Moiya McTier to talk about autobiography of Milky Way. Also news update about DART, Insight, VESPERA, Korea Pathfinde, JWST, and Gravity.
Quick guide to the astronomy events to observe over the next few months. Farewell Frank Drake, Artemis 1 delays, and monthly round up with @AwesomeAstroPod
As we return from our summer hiatus, we are back with a rundown of some of the stories such as JWST images, dark matter, and Betelgeuse. Also thirty orbital launches but not including Artemis.