Sept. 6, 2022

Could Planet Earth be Knocked Out of its Orbit and Leave the Solar System?

Could Planet Earth be Knocked Out of its Orbit and Leave the Solar System?

Astronomy Daily – The Podcast
Show Notes
S01E09
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Astronomy Daily – The Podcast
Show Notes
S01E09
Astronomy Daily – The Podcast is now available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify:
Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/id1642258990
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2kPF1ABBW2rCrjDlU2CWLW
Tuesday September 6, 2022
Join Andrew Dunkley and his feisty AI Co-host Halley (no surname) as they bring you todays space, astronomy, and science news in an easy to digest podcast.
Stories featured in this episode:
The latest Artemis 1 News
The Dart mission – can we deflect a planet killing asteroid in time?
Frank Drake passes away in California
A Chinese nuclear reactor designed for use in space, passes its performance evaluation.
The James Webb Space Telescope discoveries keep on coming. This time it’s captured pictures of strange unexplained rings around WR140. Just what are they?
Witnessing the death of a star.
Could Earth be knocked out of its orbit and leave the solar system? We have the answer…
And in further sad news, Don Lind – former NASA astronaut who helped plan the first man walk on the moon, passes away at 92.
If you’d like to find out more about the stories featured in today’s show, you can read today’s edition of the Astronomy Daily Newsletter at any of our websites – www.spacenutspodcast.com , www.bitesz.com or go directly to www.astronomydaily.io – subscribe and get the new edition delivered to your mailbox or RSS reader every day….it’s free from us to you.
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