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Time for another update, this time we’re going to look at what’s new with supernovae. And once again, we’ve got good news, lots of new stuff to report.
Dr. David Weintraub discuss about history of our fascination with the Red Planet, as well as describes the the various moral issues that surround our desire to go there.
Can gravitational waves eventually be used by astronomers to probe the interior of a black hole?
Just like all good stories, the life of a star has a beginning, a middle and an end. But not with this star!
What’s the balancing act happening inside stars? Why is iron the fusion limit? How long does it take for a star to blow?
The dead star has helped to create new stars, planets and maybe life forms!
There’s a false alarm for the brightest supernova. And more update this week. Check it out!