New season of Weekly Space Hangout! This time @WSHCrew has mission update from BepiColombo flyby, LandSat 9 study Earth, Lucy to Jupiter’s trojan, DART mission, JWST launches & Milky Way arm!
Time for astro news round up with @AwesomeAstroPod and September sky guide. Today we have new classification of habitable exoplanet, new galaxies, and many more.
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!
A new study examines the formation of rocky worlds from dust particles containing ice and carbon, increasing the possibility that our own Milky Way galaxy could be filled with aquatic planets similar to Earth
George’s Random Astronomical Object presents BoBn 1, which is a planetary nebula with an odd-to-pronounce name but which is also one of the very few planetary nebulae that have been found in the Milky Way’s halo.
Just like the familiar maps we use to navigate our own neighborhoods and cities, astronomers develop maps of the galaxy too! Using the power of several telescopes across Japan, astronomers have teased out some new insights as to the precise location of the Earth within our Milky Way Galaxy.
The release of the Gaia space telescope’s Early Data Release 3 has paved the way for a 3D map of the Milky Way, a glimpse at its history, and the acceleration of our own solar system.
Time for weekly update as @WSHCrew discuss about the fight to save Arecibo, Chang’e-5 departure to the Moon, and a fossil galaxy in the Milky Way. And we also have discussion with Dr. Oliver Witasse. #365DaysOfAstro
Check out the september sky guide and astronomy news round up with @AwesomeAstroPod. This week we have Damage of Arecibo Obs, The Dimming Betelgeuse, The search for the missing matter in the Milky Way and more.