Today @CheapAstro is about time and timing. What is time made of? Is Betelguese about to blow? Find the answers at #365DaysOfAstro
It’s time for October skyguide and news round-up session with @AwesomeAstroPod. Today we have mysterious case of missing supernova, volcanoes on Venus,and
This week we’re going to talk about famous stars. We’re talking about those hot balls of plasma across the distant Universe. #365DyasOfAstro
Extensive studies of a recent GRB show the dividing line between short and long is not clear as this “long” GRB was exceptionally short!
Time to check the skyguide and prepare your instrument for night sky observation. @AwesomeAstroPod also discuss about buying & selling astro kit & more news round-up
This week, @WSHCrew will explore Mars with Professional Martian Dr. Tanya Harrison and news update. This week will cover Ingenuity, a bottle of wine aged in space, a strange supernova and also about Tianwen-1 Rover.
Time for news update. This week @WSHCrew discuss about Tess exoplanet, SN #11 goes boom, satellite light pollution, and neutrino observatory.
Climate change is a leading problem in today’s society, and today we have a quartet of stories on its affect on the world around us. Plus, more coverage from the AAS meeting with three stories on black holes, as well as dating supernovae, breaking a star, and magnetic chaos in a galaxy.
This week we complete the stellar trilogy to answer the question, What happens to the really, really, really big stars when they die?
Two weeks ago we talked about where stars come from, and last week we discussed how stars die. This week we complete the stellar trilogy to answer the question, What happens to the really, really, really big stars when they die?
Black dwarfs can explode into fiery supernovae long after the universe has gone dark. How is this possible?