S26E02 - Where Did the First Quasars Come From? // Why the Southern Hemisphere is Stormier than the North // LeoLabs New Radar Station

S26E02 - Where Did the First Quasars Come From? // Why the Southern Hemisphere is Stormier than the North // LeoLabs New Radar Station

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SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 2 *Where did the first quasars come from? New computer simulations reported in the current issue of Australian sky and Telescope Magazine suggest the universe’s first quasars probably originated from supermassive black holes formed from the collapse of massive clouds of gas. *Why the Southern Hemisphere is stormier than the North For centuries, sailors who had been all over the world knew that the most fearsome storms of all lay in wait in the Southern Hemisphere – now we finally know why. *LeoLabs new Western Australian radar station Silicon Valley based orbital radar mapping start up LeoLabs has completed construction of their sixth and newest space radar facility near Collie in southern Western Australia. *The Science Report The right food could play a major role in stopping the growth of some cancers. Illicit drug use is higher among Australia’s LGBTIQA community than the general population. New computer program can determine whether a video is real or deep fake. Alex on Tech: the biggest tech stories of the past year.