SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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S26E14: First Brown Dwarf Imaged in the Hyades Open Star Cluster // Comparing Notes // Rocket Lab US Launch
February 01, 2023x
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S26E14: First Brown Dwarf Imaged in the Hyades Open Star Cluster // Comparing Notes // Rocket Lab US Launch

*First Brown Dwarf imaged in the Hyades open star cluster Astronomers have imaged a brown dwarf in the Hyades open star cluster for the first time. *BepiColombo and Solar Orbiter Compare Notes at Venus The convergence of two spacecraft at Venus back in August 2021 has given a unique insight into ho...

S26E13: Rubble Pile Asteroids Older Than Thought // Did Our Core Stop Spinning? // Near Miss
January 30, 2023x
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S26E13: Rubble Pile Asteroids Older Than Thought // Did Our Core Stop Spinning? // Near Miss

SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 13 *Rubble pile asteroids older than thought A new study has found that so called rubble pile asteroids can be almost as old as the solar system. *Has the Earth’s core stopped spinning A new study claims the rotation of the Earth’s solid inner core may have recently paus...

S26E12: JWST Sees Clouds on Titan // The Red Planet’s Curiously Sized Sand Dunes // Spectacular Falcon Heavy Launch
January 27, 2023x
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S26E12: JWST Sees Clouds on Titan // The Red Planet’s Curiously Sized Sand Dunes // Spectacular Falcon Heavy Launch

SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 12 *James Webb sees clouds on Titan NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has turned focus onto the giant Saturnian moon Titan finding fluffy clouds in its atmosphere. *The red planet’s curiously sized sand dunes A new study has confirmed that the red sand dunes which domina...

S26E11: Martian Moon Phobos Starting to Tear Apart // Earth’s Latest Climate Report // Russian Rescue Mission
January 25, 2023x
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S26E11: Martian Moon Phobos Starting to Tear Apart // Earth’s Latest Climate Report // Russian Rescue Mission

SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 11 *Martian moon Phobos starting to tear apart A new study suggests the 22 kilometre wide Martian moon Phobos is showing the first signs of the process that will eventually tear it apart. *Planet Earth’s latest climate report NASA says 2022 was Planet Earth’s fifth warme...

S26E10: What Brought the Dwarf Planet Ceres to Life // Lonsdaleite in the Sky with Diamonds // Britain's Launch Failure
January 23, 2023x
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S26E10: What Brought the Dwarf Planet Ceres to Life // Lonsdaleite in the Sky with Diamonds // Britain's Launch Failure

SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 10 *What brought the dwarf planet Ceres to life A new study suggests radioactive decay of minerals could account for heat needed to drive active geology early in the history of the dwarf planet Ceres. *Lonsdaleite in the sky with diamonds Scientists searching for meteori...

S26E09: Most Distant Stars in Our Galaxy // Enceladus Update // Starship Ready
January 20, 2023x
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S26E09: Most Distant Stars in Our Galaxy // Enceladus Update // Starship Ready

*Astronomers find the most distant stars in our galaxy halfway to Andromeda A new study shows the furthest reaches of the Milky Way galaxy – a region known as the galactic halo is so far away it almost touches the halo of our nearest galactic neighbour the Andromeda galaxy M31. *New evidence for ha...

S26E08 - Discovering the Origin of the Solar Wind
January 18, 2023x
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S26E08 - Discovering the Origin of the Solar Wind

SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 8 *Discovering the origin of the solar wind Scientists with NASA’s Parker Solar Probe mission have uncovered significant new clues about the origins of the solar wind – the continual stream of charged particles flowing out from the Sun which baths the Earth and other pla...

S26E07: Strange Signal
January 16, 2023x
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S26E07: Strange Signal

SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 7 *Spinning stars shed new light on a strange signal coming from the galactic center Astronomers say a mysterious excess in gamma ray energy radiating out from the Milky Way’s galactic bulge which was long thought to be a potential signature of dark matter could actually...

S26E06: Big Blast on the Volcanic Moon IO
January 13, 2023x
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S26E06: Big Blast on the Volcanic Moon IO

*Big blast on the volcanic moon IO Astronomers has detected a massive eruption on the on the volcanic Jovian moon IO. *How the Sun’s activity influences deep space cosmic rays Astronomers have discovered how changes in the Sun’s eleven year solar cycle effect the high energy cosmic rays reaching th...