This week we wanted to give you a basic physics lesson. This isn’t easy physics, this is a lesson on the basic numbers of the Universe. Each of these numbers define a key aspect of our Universe.
This week we’re going to talk about famous stars. We’re talking about those hot balls of plasma across the distant Universe. #365DyasOfAstro
Is our universe a fractal? How do we test this? Are there any places in the universe that look like fractals?
It’s been a while since we checked to make sure the Universe was still expanding. Yeah, apparently, that’s still a thing. But in the last few years powerful new telescopes and expansive surveys have given us much more knowledge about what’s happening. Especially at the earliest times.
How did the universe begin? How will it end? What’s going on in here and how did we learn all this? I discuss these questions and more in today’s Ask a Spaceman!
Today the @WSHCrew will have news updates including The Universe in formation, Messaging the cosmos,
Everything to see in the night sky, and discussion with Dr. Ann Marie Cody from the SETI Institute
What blows me away about the universe? How is it all connected? How does universality give physics the power to explain everything?
On today’s #spaceradio, @PaulMattSutter will discuss about SpaceX, whether we find evidence for a parallel universe, what if we reached the edge on the universe, dark matter’s shape, and lets learn how to die in space
Discussion with Chris Carberry, Author of Alcohol in Space, and news roundup about Pluto’s ocean, StarLink DarkSat plans, SMBH orbiting through another SMBH accretion disk and how to weigh the Universe.