Today’s Travelers in the Night discuss about liquid water in Enceladus and A potentially hazardous asteroid 2015 TB145 close approach to Moon and then to the Earth.
This week we revisiting Apollo photographically with Andy Saunders. @WSHCrew also have news about meteorite impact on Mars, radio telescope on the far side of the Moon. More at #365daysOfAstro
Today we have the story about The end of the line for the moon of a planet is when it reaches the Roche Limit distance from its host and a modern ribosome found in a particular organism is organized into layers
This month Actual Astronomy have several pairings between the Moon and Planets and we also talk about when and how to observe the Curtis X as well as what asteroid we are on the lookout for this month.
Just like neighborhood developments here on Earth, the cislunar neighborhood needs multiple layers of infrastructure for a sustainable ecosystem on and around the Moon. Companies are planning to deploy foundational communications and data infrastructure to deliver services to government and commercial users. The market for cislunar space services is expected to grow significantly in the coming decade. Recognizing a whole-of-nation approach, there’s synergy in roles for government and private sector.
2022 is the summer of morning planets! Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, and Venus are all quite prominent. Throughout the summer, get up early to see the weeks where the Moon drives by the planets, and maybe catch a few meteors in August, as some of the planets return to the evening skies.
It’s time for space news explorations shows with @AwesomeAstroPod. Today discussions will include heatwave, JWST, Starship launch, Artemis 1, international cooperation in space, and more at #365DaysOfAstro
It’s summer time. What to look up on Summer 2022 especially in July? More on Observing with Webb at #365DaysOfAstro
Time for news update. This week we have impact crater on the Moon, damage by space tourism, summer sky guide, fast nova, super Jupiter, and focusing JWST with Lee Feinberg
2022 is the summer of morning planets! Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, and Venus are all quite prominent, with Mercury stopping by in June.