Nov. 18, 2022

Sharpest Image Ever of Universe's Most Massive Known Star

Sharpest Image Ever of Universe's Most Massive Known Star

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 124
*Sharpest image ever of universe’s most massive known star
Astronomers have taken their best image yet of the most massive known star in the universe.
*The Martian crust is more complex and evolved than previously...


SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 124
*Sharpest image ever of universe’s most massive known star
Astronomers have taken their best image yet of the most massive known star in the universe.
*The Martian crust is more complex and evolved than previously thought
A new study claims the early Martian crust may be more complex and evolved than previously thought—and may even be similar to our own planet’s original crust.
*Crippled Cygnus cargo ship docks with space station
A crippled Northrop Grumman Cygnus cargo ship has safely made it to the International Space Station despite only one of its two solar arrays unfurling to power systems aboard the vessel.
*Tracking 30 Years of Sea Level Rise
Thirty years ago, scientists and engineers launched a new satellite -- TOPEX/Poseidon -- to study the rising and falling of the planet’s sea levels over time.
*The Science Report
New research warns rapid rain bursts have intensified in Sydney by 40% over the last two decades.
59.2% of the world's population has likely been exposed to either COVID-19 or a COVID vaccine.
A new native bee species with a dog-like “snout” discovered in bushland around Perth.
Skeptics guide to neuro-emotional technique
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