Today Travelers in the Night will bring you a story about C/2020 H2 (Pruyne) discovery and the first 1 X-ray flare during this lack of sunspot season.
Today we have stories about Images of the quiet Sun during solar minimum and the discovery of Comet P/2020 F1 by Greg Leonard
This is a folklore from Mentawai at the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia, about people’s interpretation of the sun and the moon as well as why they have hotter days.
It’s time for weekly round up! Chang’e-5 mission successfully returns samples from the Moon. And @WSHCrew also have some idea for spacey Xmas gift. And today we have John Powell Tells Us About PongSats & Airship To Orbit
Today @Nmcanopus will talk about Mars climate which has changed dramatically over the eons and what would the space alien receive if it pointed its radio antennas at our Sun?
Why the Babylonians are at fault for ruining the majesty of astronomy, the images of exoplanets, age of universe, and of course this month sky guide.
How normal or unusual is our sun? The first galaxy formation, the nearest stellar mass black hole, and #spaceforce are on today’s news round up. @AwesomeAstroPod will give you a glance of June night sky!
Although you can’t see the extremely faint geocorona, you can observe other components of the Earth’s nightly airglow.
A brand new telescope has completed on Maui’s Haleakala, and it has just one job: to watch the Sun in unprecedented detail. It’s called the Daniel K. Inouye telescope, and the engineering involved to get this telescope operational are matched by the incredible resolution of its first images.
More Things in the Heavens which looks at how infrared astronomy transforming our understanding of the history and evolution of our universe. Also frame dragging test using a neutron star and high resolution sun!