Hubblecast HD 15 Jan 2018, 15:30 UTC This visualisation takes the viewer on a breathtaking flight through the Orion Nebula, a nearby star-forming region. The video has been produced using scientific imagery and data from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary 10 Jan 2018, 07:54 UTC Stream on demand from www.bitesz.com (mobile friendly). *Black holes control star formation in galaxies Astronomers have discovered a close correlation between the mass of a galaxy’s central black hole and how quickly that galaxy shunts down star formation. Young galaxies blaze with bright new stars forming at a rapid rate, but star formation eventually shuts down or quenches as galaxies evolves. *The Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program via Space Nuts podcast The United States military has confirmed the existence of a modern-day version of Project Blue Book. Project blue book was a program run by the US Air Force during the 1960s to deal with reports of flying saucers and other Unidentified Flying Objects. *The Science Report Over a quarter of the world's landmass to become significantly drier because of global warming. The new study that’s found that bad people really do win Warnings that energy drinks and junk food might have unique risks for teenagers. Discovery of a strange new species of semi-aquatic theropod dinosaur related to Velociraptor. Storytelling was used in ancient times to promote cooperation in hunter-gatherer communities. The Skeptics guide to ghosts For enhanced Show Notes including photos to accompany this episode, visit: http://www.bitesz.com/spacetimeshownotes Subscribe, rate ...
The Planetary Society Radio Podcast 10 Jan 2018, 06:00 UTC It may not host an alien “megastructure” but Tabby’s Star still guards many mysteries of science. Astronomer and astrophysicist Tabetha “Tabby” Boyajian leads the worldwide team that is revealing this strange light in the sky.
ESOcast 9 Jan 2018, 12:00 UTC The first hexagonal segments for the main mirror of ESO’s Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) have been successfully cast by the German company SCHOTT at their facility in Mainz. These segments will form parts of the ELT’s 39-metre main mirror, which will have 798 segments in total when completed. The ELT will be the largest optical telescope in the world when it sees first light in 2024.