Time for astronomy round up and September skyguide with @AwesomeAstroPod at #365DaysOfAstro.
Collecting stuff is fun but it can also tell you something about the things you’re collecting. One of the collection are pictures of stars explosion.
The discovery of a bright new star in the irregular galaxy M82 & Asteroid 2013 TV 135
Urban Astronomer presents the first series of where supernova come from. This episode looks at the behaviour of gas molecules, and how this causes vast clouds of hydrogen floating in space to turn into stars.
You know what’s scarier than a supernova? A supernova that fails, imploding into a black hole, vanishing from the Universe.
Astronomers have found that sometimes the Universe changes. Things move, things explode, things get brighter or dimmer. In fact, knowing this has helped astronomers discover some very important aspects of the Universe. Today we begin a two part series on Transients and their role in astronomy.
When a red supergiant goes supernova, something special may happen: a brief but brilliant flash of light might be seen before the full explosion! more at #365DaysOfAstro @unawe #spacescoop
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.