Today’s @AwesomeAstroPod talks about latest JWST findings that may have broken cosmology and changed everything we thought we knew about the history of the universe. Also March Sky Guide!
Feb 18th: The Cartwheel Galaxy From the Webb Space Telescope
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has peered into the chaos of the Cartwheel Galaxy, revealing new details about star formation and the galaxy’s central black hole. Webb’s powerful infrared gaze produced this detailed image of the Cartwheel and two smaller companion galaxies against a backdrop of many other galaxies. This image provides a new view of how the Cartwheel Galaxy has changed over billions of years.
Jan 30th: JWST First Science
The winter AAS meeting was heavy on news from the James Webb Space Telescope. What were some of the new results that were announced?
Dec 8th: Awesome Astronomy December 2022
December skyguide and news with @AwesomeAstroPod. We JWST image of exoplanet atmosphere, ESA astronaut recruitment, Artemis 1, and more stories. Also Does the x-ray end of the electromagnetic spectrum have Fraunhofer lines like the visual part?
Nov 25th: Untying an Early “Cosmic Knot” with Dr. Andrey Vayner
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
Nov 18th: Up, Up & Away with Dr. Jacob Izraelevitz and JPL’s Venus Aerial Robotic Balloons
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
Oct 25th: Cosmic Perspectives: Dutch Astronomy in Wider Society – JWST
This week Cosmic Perspective: Dutch Astronomy in Wider Society discuss with Professor Ewine van Dishoeck about JWST. More at #365DaysOfAstro
Oct 21st: NICER Maps a Neutron Star with Zaven Arzoumanian & Keith Gendreau
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.
Oct 20th: Globular Clusters: Already Old 9 Billion Years Ago
JWST’s larger mirror has allowed astronomers to find gravitationally lensed galaxies that have globular clusters almost nine billion years old. P
Oct 6th: Being A Star: Nature vs Nurture
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