Mysterious Movements in the Heart of the Milky Way
August 31, 2020
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Mysterious Movements in the Heart of the Milky Way

The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 23 Episode 89

*Mysterious movements in the heart of the Milky Way

Astronomers have discovered mysterious cold dense blobs of gas being shot out like bullets from the centre of the Milky Way.

*New questions about the South Atlantic anomaly

A new study suggests the South Atlantic anomaly may be a recurring feature which has been around for up to eleven million years.

*Space Station leaking air

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are trying to find a leak which is slowly venting atmosphere into space from the orbiting outpost.

*The Science Report

The first case of COVID-19 reinfection.

Move evidence suggesting forest and bush fires will get worse due to global warming.

The importance of eating your broccoli, Brussels sprouts and cabbage to stay healthy.

A new study suggests the Tasmanian Tiger was only about half as big as previously thought.

Skeptics guide to why people still believe in astrology.

 

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