The James Webb Space Telescope has detected its first exoplanet. Its name is LHS 475b, and astronomers believe it is remarkably similar to our own home planet.
JWST observed methane and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of a planet. And we want to know that life is common. But we have not evidence yet. More at #365DaysOfAstro
Exoplanet discoveries have been piling up faster and faster over the last decade. With the addition of JWST’s capabilities, previously discovered exoplanets are now being analyzed for their atmospheric composition, and the results are intriguing. Today SETI Live discuss about exoplanet K2-18 b that was found to contain carbon dioxide and methane
The James Webb Space Telescope has made its first observations of the TRAPPIST-1 system and measured the temperature of TRAPPIST-1b!
How the time flies. It’s been over a year since JWST went operational, with other missions joining the fun. What new insights have we gained about the Universe thanks to these powerful new tools?
This month we talk about what might have been in the Arthur C Clarke Awards, the latest weird discovery from JWST, the most detailed simulation of the Universe yet, British space plans, giggle at a Space Force painting, and have a look at what you can see in the sky this month.
Time for astroguide and update with @AwesomeAstroPod. We have guide to seeing Aurora at lower latitudes and autumnal sky guide. Also updates from JWST and OSIRIS-REx.
This months interview looks at that stunning imagery that JWST took of the Ring Nebula – that familiar Messier planetary nebula in Lyra and favourite of star parties
This week EVSN discuss about earthquakes, early results from JWST, spherical novae, the Dark Side of the Moon, and a whole lot more
This month @AwesomeAstroPod has astronomy cruise holiday and news about new type of star, mud on Mars and JWST breaking cosmology once again. Also this month skyguide!