After so many years, today will be the finale for Weekly Space Hangout. The last episode will feature Andromeda & Milky Way, China’s Mars Rover, exoplanets and the end of InSight.
In 2010, gamma ray observations by Fermi Space Telescope revealed an unknown mysterious structure of our home galaxy Milky Way later known as Fermi Bubbles.
Time for news roundup with @awesomeastropod as well as July sky guide. This episode we have cultural names for Ursa Major, planetary alignment, Mars Storm, Gaia data release and more.
Astronomers recently observe small yet powerful stellar explosion known as Microvoa. So what is micronova and how it happen? And also, Perseverance lost contact with Ingenuity.
Time for newsroundup and skyguide with @AwesomeAstroPod. The team discuss about JWST performance, a milestone of 5000 exoplanet, carbon impact of running large observatories, impossible supermassive blackhole orbit. More at #365DaysOfAstro
Time for weekly update with @WSHcrew. We have space lettuce, space force, some part in Milky Way is older, most distant star, and hires solar image. Also discussion with Dwight Steven-Boniecki
The Milky Way is a vast grand spiral today, but how did it get this way? Looks like ancient collisions with dwarf galaxies is the answer. But the ancient collisions with dwarf galaxies, and how they came together to build the modern Milky Way?
A recent image from the South African MeerKAT Telescope blew our minds. It was a high resolution image of the center of the Milky Way showing delicate filaments and other structures. Today we’re gonna talk about why this was such an accomplishment and what the future holds for radio astronomy.
This week, @wSHCrew discuss with Dr. Ralph McNutt about Interstellar Probe Mission. Also news round-up about JWST, stellar mass black hole, new image of the heart of Milky Way, and how is it like to apply to be astronaut.
Using the ESO’s VLTI, scientists have obtained the deepest and sharpest images of Sagittarius A*. They tracked the orbits of stars and were able to more precisely measure the mass of the black hole.