Feb. 21, 2022

A New Insight into Earth’s Inner Core

The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 22
*A new insight into Earth’s inner core
A new study suggests the Earth’s inner core isn’t a normal solid but composed of a solid iron sublattice and...


The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 22
*A new insight into Earth’s inner core
A new study suggests the Earth’s inner core isn’t a normal solid but composed of a solid iron sublattice and liquid-like light elements in a superionic state.
*Exploring the secrets of the Southern Cross
Astronomers have used a new technique to unlock the secrets of the interior structure of Beta Crucis – the second brightest star in the constellation Southern Cross and the 20th brightest star in the night skies.
*Astra rocket crash and burn
California-based Astra Space has failed in its latest launch attempt – crashing into the Atlantic Ocean following main engine cut off and First Stage separation four minutes into the flight.
*Another 34 One web satellites launched
A Russian Soyuz rocket has carried 34 One Web broadband internet satellites into orbit.
*The Science Report
Previous COVID-19 infection may offer 56% protection against catching Omicron variant.
The iconic Australian koala officially listed as endangered.
The Joint European Torus nuclear fusion reactor sets a new world record for energy production.
Skeptic's guide to the Nuremberg Code.
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Jonathan Nally

Editor Australian Sky & Telescope Magazine

Our editor, Jonathan Nally, is well known to members of both the amateur and professional astronomical communities. In 1987 he founded Australia’s first astronomy magazine, Sky & Space, and in 2005 became the launch editor for Australian Sky & Telescope. He has written for other major science magazines and technology magazines, and has authored, contributed to or edited many astronomy, nature, history and technology books. In 2000 the Astronomical Society of Australia awarded him the inaugural David Allen Prize for Excellence in the promotion of Astronomy to the public.