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I hope you can join us on what will be the last official episode of Space Nuts for this calendar year. And my name is Andrew Dunkley, of course, the host, and joining me will be Professor Fred Watson, astronomer at large. Fred, what are we going to do to…

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Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff. Space Nuts Episode 336 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley live stream recording. Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff. For more Space Nuts, visit our websites. Links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ New: Listen to Space Nuts on your favorite app with the Universal listen link: https://spacenutspodcast.com/listen Are you…

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Thanks for joining us. This is Space Nuts where we talk astronomy and space science. My name is Andrew Dunkley, your host, and this is an all-question episode. Your questions and our answers. Well, almost. We'll be hearing about spin launch. Somebody's not so much sent a question in, but…

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Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff. Space Nuts Episode 335 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley live stream recording. Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff. For more Space Nuts, visit our websites. Links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ New: Listen to Space Nuts on your favorite app with the Universal listen link: https://spacenutspodcast.com/listen Are you…

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Your sneak peek preview of the feature stories in Space Nuts with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley Episode 332 Podcast - available wherever you get podcasts or on demand via our websites at www.spacenuts.io and our HQ at www.bitesz.com - Enjoy! #shorts #space #science #spacenuts #podcast

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Your sneak peek prebview of the stories featured in Space Nuts E331 Podcast - available wherever you get your podcasts, or directly from our websites at https://spacenuts.io or our HQ at https://bitesz.com - Enjoy! #shorts #space #astronomy #biteszhq #science #podcast

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Thanks for joining us on Space Nuts, the podcast about astronomy and space science also heard on community radio across Australia. My name is Andrew Dunkley, your host. And coming up on this edition, we're going to be looking at the Square Kilometre Array. And the reason is because you…

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We've got a bunch of really interesting and quite provocative stories this week. A story about how volcanism might have shaped the atmosphere of the planet Venus. And another story about something we’ve never talked about and that is filaments in the centers of galaxies. I used to think of…

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S01E75 Today’s Space, Astronomy, and Science News Podcast Thanks for joining us on Astronomy Daily. Andrew Duntley here, your host. Hope you're well. Coming up on today's show, another major discovery by the James Webb Space Telescope. A Neo-Surveyor has been approved. What does that mean? I will explain. And…

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Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff. Space Nuts Episode 334 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley live stream recording. Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff. For more Space Nuts, visit our websites. Links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ New: Listen to Space Nuts on your favorite app with the Universal listen link: https://spacenutspodcast.com/listen Are you…

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Thanks for joining us on another edition of Astronomy Daily. Andrew Dunkley here. And coming up on today's program, Mars may still be an active world. New images of Titan reveal rare clouds. Sharing the James Webb Space Telescope data might be a bad thing. And we may not have…

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Today’s Space, Astronomy, and Science News Podcast Thanks for joining us on Astronomy Daily yet again, my name is Andrew Dunkley, your host, and coming up on this edition, we'll be looking at the Orion Nebula, a bit of a follow-up on Venus and that report a year or two…

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Thanks for joining me again on Astronomy Daily. Andrew Dunkley here, your host. Hope you had a great weekend. Coming up on today's program to kick off the week, more on the Hipparcos star chart. We've talked about this before and it's fascinating. We've got more information on that. A…

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Coming up on today's show, it's looking like the history of Mars has got some uncanny similarities to Earth. And I'm not just talking about the fact that it used to be a wet, warm planet that could have harbored life. No, other things have happened that might surprise you.…

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Today we're going to look at the cause of the runaway greenhouse effect on Venus. They think they've nailed down what's happened. Special guest will be my good friend and Astronomer At Large, Professor Fred Watson. We're also going to look at an out-of-this-world egg experiment and some new minerals…

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Coming up in this episode we're going to look at the bright lights of supermassive black holes. How is that possible when they don't emit light? We'll explain. A large extra-galactic structure has been discovered. And I know you're thinking aliens but I'm thinking not. And an interesting effect as…

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Today we're going to be looking at the Sun's influence on global warming and it looks like there's quite a division in opinion on that topic. Where Mars gets its clouds, particularly the big storms, and covering up a murder in Space. We'll be covering all of that and more…

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Monday November 28, 2022 Astronomy Daily – The Podcast Today on the show, we'll be looking at dark matter. Well, actually, we won't be looking at it because we'll be talking about galaxies that don't have any, which seems strange. We'll also be looking at investigations into very weak gravitational…

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Coming up on today's episode of Astronomy Daily The Podcast, the first astronaut with a disability. We'll also talk about something very exciting. It looks like, maybe, perhaps, could be, an Earth-like planet being discovered. Yep. And a cosmic microwave background radiation project is being touted. And the new US…

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The James Webb Space Telescope has analyzed the atmosphere of an exoplanet and found astonishing new evidence of water vapor, carbon dioxide, and sulfur dioxide. In this video, you will learn: 1. The James Webb Space Telescope has discovered new atmospheric compositions on the exoplanet Wasp-39b, including sulfur dioxide, potassium,…

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This is Astronomy Daily. I'm your host Andrew Dunkley. I hope you're well and hope you can sit through the latest episode where we'll be talking about an analysis of the planet WASP 39b by the James Webb Space Telescope because it's shown up some quite extraordinary chemicals in the…

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Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff. Space Nuts Episode 333 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley live stream recording. Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff. For more Space Nuts, visit our websites. Links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ New: Listen to Space Nuts on your favorite app with the Universal listen link: https://spacenutspodcast.com/listen Are you…

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Hello once again thanks for joining me this is Astronomy Daily where we talk astronomy and space science that's in the news. Coming up on today's edition we're going to look at the edge of our solar system. It's been the subject of a recent study and it looks like…

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This is Astronomy Daily, I am your host, Andrew Dunkley, and coming up on this edition, Mars may have been where life came from. That is an interesting concept. We also look at where our water may have come from, the sun's influence on water, as in the weather in…

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