Time for weekly update. Tonight @WSHCrew will discuss about imaging exoplanets using gravitational lens with Alexander Madurowicz. Also the possibility that Ceres moved, Insight power down, and Voyager 1 glitch.
Astronomers recently observe small yet powerful stellar explosion known as Microvoa. So what is micronova and how it happen? And also, Perseverance lost contact with Ingenuity.
News round-up with @WSHCrew this week will cover various topic including cosmic rays as earthquake detection, rare galaxies forming stars, James Webb, machine learning for exoplanet cartography, solar flares, and Event Horizon Telescope.
This week the @WSHCrew Catching Up With Dr. Paul M. Sutter and discuss about his work. Also news update. The team has mission extesions, micronova, oldest aurorae. More at #365DaysOfAstro
Time for weekly news update with @WSHCrew. This week we have stories about upcoming meteor showers, new record of the most distant galaxy, and discussion on how to access and use survey data with Kevin Gill
Today, @WSHCrew discuss with Amber Dubill about Solar Sails. And also news update including Neptune is cooling down during summer time. More at #365DaysOfAstro
This week, @WSHCrew discuss with Dr. Justin Walsh about the archaeology of space. Wait.. WHAT??? You read it correctly. And also news update regarding Amazon by all the flights, neutron stars becoming black holes and more at #365DaysOfAstro
Time for weekly update with @WSHcrew. We have space lettuce, space force, some part in Milky Way is older, most distant star, and hires solar image. Also discussion with Dwight Steven-Boniecki
Time for weekly news roundup with @WSHCrew. This week we have 5,000 exoplanets, Flyby of Ganymede, SLS, Starship, & James Webb Space Telescope
Astronomers had detected a precursor of larger organic molecules that can lead to the emergence of life. Also JWST is focused, Ingenuity mission is extended, hot spots on magnetars, and mars sample return mission.