Today, @WSHCrew discuss with Amber Dubill about Solar Sails. And also news update including Neptune is cooling down during summer time. More at #365DaysOfAstro
The far side of the Moon might make one of the best platforms we have for radio telescopes. One side of the Moon is completely blocked from Earth’s constantly increasing radio traffic, giving it the perfect view to the most sensitive radio signals in the Universe.
Enjoy the increasing daylight and temperature as we witness a planetary dance in the mornings, while preparing for a fantastic close encounter between three planets and the Moon in the last week.
he Actual Astronomy Podcast presents Objects to Observe in the March 2022 Night Sky and places a focus on events to help you find the planets as the Moon pairs with Uranus before dancing with Venus, Mercury, Mars and Saturn in the morning twilight.
It’s not often we get a month with almost no events, other than your normal moon phases, however, we do end February with a wonderful close encounter between the Moon, Mars, and Venus, and preview some future morning planets.
Over the coming decades, more and more of our space-based infrastructure will be built in space, manufactured out of materials that were mined in space. In order to achieve that space future, engineers and mission planners will need to design and construct the technology that will make this possible. That means testing out new prototypes, technologies and methodologies for mining and space-based manufacturing.
Today’s Travelers in the zNight talk about the reality or scientific fact of full moon and the discovery of 8 close approaching asteroids
Dec 17th: Flashes of Creation by Dr. Paul Halpern: George Gamow, Fred Hoyle, & the Great Big Bang Debate
Join us today for weekly update with @WSHCrew. Today the team will discuss with Dr. Paul Halpern about flashes of creation. And as usual the team will bring news update about Water on Mars, exoplanet, and how quickly the Moon cooled.
The Actual Astronomy Podcast places a focus on when and how to see comet Leonard and highlight opportunities to see a planetary alignment with the comet, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn as well as a pairing of the comet and a globular star cluster.
Today’s podcast presents @ActualAstronomy talk about Objects to Observe in the November 2021 Night Sky and places a focus on events to help you find the planets as well as what you can see on the Moon. #365DaysOfAstro