SpaceX’s new rockets fuel the dream of visiting some of the planet Mars’ unique and spectacular wonders. Time for Martian Vacation?
August is good for two things in the sky: bright planets and bright meteors. Venus, Saturn, and Jupiter reign supreme this month, with the annual Perseid Meteor Shower heating things up with spectacular observing conditions for mid-month.
It’s August. Time for Perseid meteor showers. Check the skyguide with @AwesomeAstroPod. And for news roundup, we will have new Insights shows Mars’ interior, detecting light from behind a black hole, moon forming disc around exoplanet, and more. #365DaysOfAstro
Is there any point in ‘Nuking’ Mars? How are we going to get home from Mars? more with @CheapAstro at #365DaysOfAstro
Today Deep Astronomy discuss about the effects of alcohol on our bodies in space and whether we’ll ever actually get to Mars and how much it might cost.
Like fireworks, July is mostly quiet and dull, but the noisy and bright events really make it worthwhile. We have two pairs of planets, visible during opposite times in opposite places, and surreptitious visits from the Moon.
This week, in our Season Finale, we are celebrating and honoring an extra-special group of people on the Weekly Space Hangout: Our Journalist Team! And of course News update!
The Actual Astronomy Podcast presents Objects to Observe in the July 2021 Night Sky and places a focus on sky events to help you find the planets as Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Mercury and Venus meet up with each other and the Moon.
You can never have enough space missions. Today, @cheapastro investigates some ideas on the launchpad.
In 2017, Elon Musk laid out his grand sweeping plans for the future of SpaceX, the company that would take humanity to Mars. What’s everyone going to eat?