SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

Astronomy, Space & Science News

19 years on Australian Public Radio (as StarStuff), 8 years of podcasting and counting. We have a lot of content to share with you.
Recognized worldwide by our listeners and industry experts as one of the best and most thoroughly researched programs on Astronomy, Space, and Science News.
Hosted by Stuart Gary, a veteran radio science reporter, broadcaster and now podcaster.
Keep up-to-date and learn something new with every episode.
New episodes weekly. Three new episodes are published on Mondays for our subscribers and individual episodes publicly on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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S27E63: Galactic Archaeology: Unearthing the Milky Way's Earliest Star Clusters
May 24, 2024x
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00:19:0817.57 MB

S27E63: Galactic Archaeology: Unearthing the Milky Way's Earliest Star Clusters

Venture into the cosmic depths with SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 63, where we unearth some of the universe's most ancient stars hiding in the halo of our very own Milky Way. These celestial elders, dubbed SAS stars, are remnants from a time when galaxies were just beginning to coalesce, offering a un...

S27E62: Earth's New Neighbor: Unveiling Speculus-3b in the Cosmic Backyard
May 22, 2024x
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00:25:1923.24 MB

S27E62: Earth's New Neighbor: Unveiling Speculus-3b in the Cosmic Backyard

Set sail through the cosmic seas with SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 62, as we chart a course to a newly discovered Earth-sized exoplanet orbiting an ultra-cool red dwarf star just a stone's throw away in the galactic neighborhood. The discovery of Speculos-3b, a mere 55 light-years from Earth, stirs i...

S27E61: A Solar Spectacle: The X8.7 Flare and Earth's Auroral Symphony
May 20, 2024x
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00:45:5342.07 MB

S27E61: A Solar Spectacle: The X8.7 Flare and Earth's Auroral Symphony

Embark on a celestial odyssey with SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 61, where we witness the Sun unleash its most powerful solar flare in nearly two decades, sparking a series of geomagnetic storms that dazzled the skies with extraordinary auroras. The flare, an enormous X8.7 class eruption, marked the p...

S27E60: Unveiling Cosmic Ancestry: The Quest for Population III Stars
May 17, 2024x
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00:24:3422.54 MB

S27E60: Unveiling Cosmic Ancestry: The Quest for Population III Stars

Journey through the cosmic tapestry with SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 60, where we unearth the echoes of creation by discovering one of the most ancient stars ever seen in another galaxy. This remarkable find could lead us to the elusive first generation of stars that illuminated the universe from da...

S27E59: Venus's Vanishing Vapors: The Mystery of a Bone-Dry Planet
May 15, 2024x
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00:25:5123.73 MB

S27E59: Venus's Vanishing Vapors: The Mystery of a Bone-Dry Planet

Embark on an interplanetary journey with SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 59, where we unravel the enigmatic atmosphere of Venus and its waterless environment. Discover the startling new study that suggests Venus lost its water reserves to space, leaving it with a mere fraction of Earth's water despite t...

S27E58: Earth's Fading Shield: The Magnetic Trigger for Life's Diversity
May 13, 2024x
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00:31:5729.31 MB

S27E58: Earth's Fading Shield: The Magnetic Trigger for Life's Diversity

Embark on a cosmic expedition with SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 58, where we delve into the mysteries of Earth’s ancient magnetic field and its role in the diversification of life.  Join us as we explore a pivotal period over half a billion years ago when a weakening magnetic shield may have paved th...

S27E57: Rewriting Cosmic History: The Surprising Growth of Early Galaxies
May 10, 2024x
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00:35:5732.97 MB

S27E57: Rewriting Cosmic History: The Surprising Growth of Early Galaxies

Embark on a celestial odyssey with SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 57, where we unravel the rapid evolution of spiral galaxies. Our cosmic journey begins over 10 billion years ago, as new observations from the Webb Space Telescope reveal the early formation of star bars. These stellar structures, pivota...

S27E56: Saturn's Geyser Moon Mysteries: Tidal Forces and Life's Potential
May 08, 2024x
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00:23:0321.16 MB

S27E56: Saturn's Geyser Moon Mysteries: Tidal Forces and Life's Potential

Embark on an interstellar odyssey with SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 56, where we delve into the enigmatic geysers of Saturn's icy moon Enceladus. Unravel the mystery behind these spectacular jets as new research draws parallels with Earth's own San Andreas Fault, suggesting a strike-slip motion akin ...

S27E55: Martian Mysteries: Curiosity Uncovers Clues to Ancient Earth-Like Conditions
May 06, 2024x
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00:22:5721.07 MB

S27E55: Martian Mysteries: Curiosity Uncovers Clues to Ancient Earth-Like Conditions

The Space, Astronomy and Science Podcast. SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 55 *New findings point to an Earth-like environment on ancient Mars A new study using data from NASA’s Mars curiosity rover suggests there was once an Earth-like environment on ancient Mars. *Could purple be the new green in sear...