Nov. 10, 2022

Witnessing a Supernova Collapse

Witnessing a Supernova Collapse

Thursday November 10, 2022
Today’s headline stories:
- The Hubble Space Telescope has witnessed the death throes of a very distant Core-Collapse supernova, one that occurred more than 11 billion years ago
- The Arecibo Observatory, located in...


Thursday November 10, 2022
Today’s headline stories:
- The Hubble Space Telescope has witnessed the death throes of a very distant Core-Collapse supernova, one that occurred more than 11 billion years ago
- The Arecibo Observatory, located in Puerto Rico, leaves a long legacy behind including being a movie star.
- China's next generation rocket to carry humans is expected to make its maiden flight around 2027
- As China's Tiangong Space Station recently completed its in-orbit assembly, the country's space medicine experts have started planning to set up a space hospital to serve astronauts
- New research, which uses NASA satellite observations and advanced computing, has been looking at the Louisiana wetlands and what's been going on there. And it's been a rather staggering discovery
- The Universe isn’t as dark as we thought, according to new findings.
Astronomy Daily – The Podcast
S01E55
Andrew’s back! Big thank you to Steve for the great job he did while Andrew was away, and Steve will be returning down the track in a little.
Astronomy Daily – The Podcast is 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
Or stream from our websites at www.spacenuts.io or our HQ at www.bitesz.com
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.spacenuts.io , 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.
Please subscribe to the podcast and if you have a moment, a quick review would be most helpful. Thank you…
#space #astronomy #science #podcast #astronomydaily #spacenuts #spacetime #supernova