Pluto at 90, how to make MU69, and Mars ducks behind Moon

Pluto at 90, how to make MU69, and Mars ducks behind Moon

Today marks 90 years from Clyde Tombaughs discovery of Pluto and in celebration we look at New Horizon’s flyby and the new science coming out of MU69. We also look at an image of Mars with a crescent moon as the passed in last night’s sky. Pluto at 90...
Jupiter Throwing Rocks, Moon in Shadows and  Arecibo Update

Jupiter Throwing Rocks, Moon in Shadows and Arecibo Update

From Jupiter escalating hostilities towards Earth, to the Moon being in Earth’s shadows, to checking on on the Arecibo Observatory as it recovers from the earthquake in Puerto Rico – we’re catching up on some of the real world events that have...

Human Spaceflight Concerns, Rare Antimatter, and Solar Wind

Today we take a deep dive into why human spaceflight is troubling, why antimatter might be rare in dwarf galaxies, and how our Solar System changes size based on the solar wind – changing when New Horizons could leave our system. Later this week, SpaceX is...
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