SpaceTime with Stuart Gary 30 Jul 2021, 03:21 UTC The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 87*Small impacts churning up Europa’s surfaceA new study claims small comet and meteoroid impacts on the Jovian ice moon Europa will make the search for any evidence of the signs of life beyond Earth far more difficult.*ExoMars fails to detect any Martian biomarkersThe joint European Space Agency Roscosmos ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter has failed to detect any chemical biomarkers – potential signs of life in the Martian atmosphere.*China tests new suborbital spaceplaneChina says it has tested a prototype of a new reusable suborbital space plane.*Space X launches 88 satellites including two space tugsSpaceX has successfully launched its Transporter-2 rideshare mission with a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 88 small satellites into orbit.*Astrophotography for beginners…So, how hard is it to snap those stunning Astronomy images you see in the astronomy magazines and online.*The Science ReportNew warm COVID-19 vaccine suitable for remote and resource-limited locations a step closer.Global risks of climate change and toxic pollution strongly linked.Archaeologists discover 3,100-Year-Old jug bearing an ancient Jewish alphabetic inscription.Russians’ complete tests of their new generation S-500 Prometheus air defence missile system.Skeptic's guide to the pseudoscience of astrologyFor more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary 14 Jul 2021, 04:19 UTC SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 80*Could mystery methane plumes discovered on Enceladus be a sign of lifeA new study suggests that methane detected on the Saturnian ice moon Enceladus could be a sign of life.*Plate tectonics on VenusAstronomers may have finally detected evidence of plate tectonics on Venus.*Earth hit by powerful X class solar flareThe Sun has emitted its first X-class solar flare of the new Solar Cycle 25. X class flares are the most powerful of all solar flare categories and are commonly responsible for the deepest radio blackouts and the most intense geomagnetic storms.*Progress cargo ship docks with Space Station A Russian Soyuz 2.1A rocket has successfully launched the 169th Progress cargo ship carrying almost two and a half tonnes of supplies to the International Space Station.*The Science ReportA new record high temperature for the Antarctic of 18.3 degrees Celsius.Lower levels of Ultraviolet B wavelength light has been linked with higher rates of bowel cancer.Raytheon awarded a contract to develop a new air-launched, long-range cruise missile.Huawei banned from Sweden’s 5g equipment rollout on grounds of national security.Alex on Tech: Star Trek’s universal translator becomes reality.For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ This episode is bought to you by the ...
Cheap Astronomy 11 Jul 2021, 00:39 UTC Wibbly-wobbly spacey-timey stuff.