SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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Counting Down to Asteroid Collision
September 23, 2022x
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Counting Down to Asteroid Collision

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 100 *Counting down to asteroid collision NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test— or DART mission -- remains on target to crash into a potentially hazardous near-Earth asteroid on Monday. *Continental plate movements control Earth’s largest volcanic events A new study has...

Dream Chaser Space Plane could be used as a Rapid Response Military Transport
September 21, 2022x
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Dream Chaser Space Plane could be used as a Rapid Response Military Transport

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 99 *Dream Chaser space plane could be used as a rapid response military transport Sierra Nevada’s Dream Chaser space plane will now begin flying cargo to the International Space Station for NASA in February 2023 instead of the 2022 launch date originally planned. *Ariane ...

Gamma Rays from Neighbouring Galaxy Related to Dead Stars
September 19, 202200:36:4450.51 MB

Gamma Rays from Neighbouring Galaxy Related to Dead Stars

The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast. SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 98 *Gamma rays from neighbouring galaxy related to dead stars Astronomers say that a mysterious source of high energy gamma rays discovered near the galactic centre of the Milky Way could have originated in the ne...

Solar Orbiter Hit by a Massive Coronal Mass Ejection
September 16, 202200:31:0142.64 MB

Solar Orbiter Hit by a Massive Coronal Mass Ejection

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 97 *Solar Orbiter hit by a massive Coronal Mass Ejection Earlier this month as The European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter undertook its third flyby of the planet Venus it was hit by a massive coronal mass ejection blasting out from the Sun. *Mars dryness runs deep A new an...

Four-Billion-Year-Old Planetary Crust Found Under Western Australia
September 14, 2022x
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Four-Billion-Year-Old Planetary Crust Found Under Western Australia

The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast. SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 96 *Four-billion-year-old planetary crust found under Western Australia Scientists have identified a four-billion-year-old piece of the Earth's crust the size of Ireland underneath what is now Western Australia. *...

DART on Track for Asteroid Impact
September 12, 2022x
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DART on Track for Asteroid Impact

The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast. SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 95 *DART on track for asteroid impact Later this month NASA’s Dart mission will slam into a tiny near-Earth asteroid orbiting a slightly larger Near-Earth asteroid to see what happens. *NASA now looking at a poten...

The Sands of Mars are Green as well as Red
September 09, 2022x
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The Sands of Mars are Green as well as Red

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 94 *The Perseverance rover finds the sands of Mars are green as well as red The accepted view of Mars is red rocks and craters as far as the eye can see. But NASA’s Perseverance rover has found lots of olivine. *New planetary nebulae discovery Astronomers have confirmed a...

Surfing Venus’s Atmosphere
September 07, 2022x
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Surfing Venus’s Atmosphere

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 93 *Europe’s EnVision spacecraft to surf Venus’s atmosphere The European Space Agency’s EnVision mission to Venus being developed to perform high-resolution radar mapping and atmospheric studies of Earth’s so called sister planet. *NASA fixes the glitch on the Voyager 1 s...

NASA Postpones Future Artemis 1 Launch Attempts
September 05, 202200:27:4338.12 MB

NASA Postpones Future Artemis 1 Launch Attempts

The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast. SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 92 *NASA postpones future Artemis 1 launch attempts following another scrub NASA has decided to postpone any future launch attempts for the Artemis 1 mission this month after they were forced to again scrub the fl...