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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
The new home of the ABC’s (Australia) popular astronomy podcast (formerly known as StarStuff). Recognized worldwide by our listeners and industry experts as one of the best programs on Astronomy and Space Science.
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60: Earth’s Last Magnetic Field Reversal Took F...
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59: Watching How Massive Stars Are Made
Astronomers are studying an unusual stellar nursery which is rapidly collapsing and giving birth to massive stars.
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58: The Birth of Our Milky Way Galaxy
Astronomers have opened a new window on the birth of the Milky Way finding the galaxy we have today was formed out of the collision of two major components ten billion years ago.
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57: Near-Earth Asteroid Near Miss
An asteroid as large as a football field has just flown past the Earth – with astronomers not detecting it until just hours before its close approach.
27 min
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56: Phew! We're Officially In The Clear
ESA confirms asteroid will miss Earth in 2019
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55: Apollo 11 - Disproving Conspiracy Theories
Disproving conspiracy theories about the Apollo Moon landings
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54: Spooky Quantum Entanglement
The first image of spooky quantum entanglement in action
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53: Man on the Moon: Apollo 11 Celebrates Half ...
A special SpaceTime documentary looking back at what is arguably the greatest scientific achievement of mankind.
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52: A New Window On Matter
Plus: World’s most powerful super computers for the SKA project, New Zealand’s latest orbital space flight & more...
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51: First Images of the Origins of FRBs
Astronomers have for the first time ever imaged the exact location of a one-off Fast Radio Burst
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50: New Idea to Explain Ancient Supermassive Bl...
A new hypothesis has been developed claiming supermassive black holes can be created without first needing a star or stellar remnant to collapse.
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49: Searching for Life on Titan
NASA’s Dragonfly to search for life on Titan
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48: Mars Methane
Curiosity detects unusually high methane levels on Mars
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47: New Mission to Intercept a Comet
The European Space Agency has announced a new mission to study a comet.
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46: Hunting for Dark Galaxies
An ancient collision with a newly discovered dark dwarf galaxy may be responsible for the Milky Way’s characteristic outer disk ripples.
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45: A Giant Mass Anomaly
A giant mass anomaly detected under the Moon's largest crater
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44: New Questions About the Origin of Earth’s ...
There’s a new chapter in the on-going search for the origin of Earth’s water.
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43: Mars Insight’s Drill Fails
Scientists and engineers are trying to figure out why a key instrument on NASA’s Mars Insight lander has stopped working.
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42: A Hundred Years of Gravity
It was a hundred years ago this month that observations performed during a total solar eclipse by Author Eddington proved for the first time that light can be physically bent by gravity.
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41: A Potential Risk
A new study claims the Taurid meteoroid stream could pose a risk to planet Earth.
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40: Shrinking Moon Causing Moonquakes
Astronomers say moonquakes are being generated as the Moon continues to cool and contract.
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39: The Riddle
The riddle of the most distant object ever explored
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38: 'Blue Moon' Lunar Lander Unveiled
The world’s richest man -- Amazon boss Jeff Bezos –– says his Blue Origin aerospace company could have people walking on the Moon by 2024.
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37: Neutron Star – Black Hole Merger Detected
First possible Neutron Star – Black Hole Merger detected by LIGO
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36: Magma and the Moon
Magma is the key to the Moon's makeup
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35: Black Hole Twisting Spacetime
Astronomers have witnessed a black hole twisting the fabric of spacetime by its rotation.
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34: First Results from ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter
During its first year in orbit the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter has made some surprising discoveries ...
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New Model for Nova Explosions
Scientists will need to go back to the drawing board to come up with new ways in which powerful explosions -- known as novae – can occur on the surfaces of white dwarf stars.
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Beyond Einstein and the Black Hole Singularity
Physicists have reached beyond Albert Einstein to develop new equations that hypothesize that singularities don’t exist inside black holes.
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The First Direct Image of a Black Hole
Astronomers have successfully captured one of the most important pictures in scientific history – an actual image of a supermassive black hole.
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More confirmation of methane spikes on Mars
A re-analysis of data collected by the European Space Agency’s Mars Express orbiter has corroborated NASA’s Curiosity rover’s detection of methane on the red planet’s surface.
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Bennu's Rugged Surface
Potentially deadly asteroid has a far more rugged surface than expected
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Rivers Raged on Mars Late Into its History
A new study has found that significant quantities of water was still flowing down Martian rivers much later than expected.
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Discovery of Galaxies Without Dark Matter
Astronomers have discovered two galaxies that appear to contain little or no dark matter.
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Could Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts be Magnetars?
Astronomers have discovered a highly magnetic neutron star called a magnetar which appears to have a lot of the characteristics of mysterious high energy pulses known as Fast Radio Bursts.
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Giant Asteroid Impact Crater
Scientists have discovered a giant 12 to 16-kilometre wide asteroid impact crater in Western Australia.
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83 Super-massive Black Holes Discovered in the ...
Astronomers have discovered 83 monstrous black holes feeding in the early universe.
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Milky Way Warped and Twisted
The first accurate three-dimensional map of the Milky Way shows that the galaxy is warped and twisted.
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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
The Hollywood notion of Bruce Willis rocketing into space to blow up a giant asteroid on a collision course with the Earth is unlikely to ever reach fruition...
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Mission Accomplished
SpaceX’s Crew Dragon 2 capsule has splashed down safely in the North Atlantic Ocean...
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Crew Dragon2 Docks with Space Station
SpaceX’s new Crew Dragon 2 capsule has successfully docked with the international space station completing the first part of its historic demonstration one test flight.
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Crew Dragon2 Launches Successfully
NASA and SpaceX have successfully launched the Crew Dragon 2 capsule on its historic first demonstration flight test flight...
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The Geocorona
Scientists have discovered that a tenuous gaseous unseen outermost region of Earth’s atmosphere called the geocorona extends ...
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Touchdown!
Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft has briefly touched down on the surface of the asteroid Ryugu to collect samples...
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Asteroid Impacts On Earth Have Been Increasing
The Earth has seen an increase in asteroid impacts over the past 290 million years.
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Goodbye Farewell and Amen
Goodbye farewell and amen as mission end declared for the Opportunity rover...
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A New Fundamental Constant of the Sun
Astronomers have discovered that magnetic waves in the Sun's corona - its outermost layer of the atmosphere - react to sound waves escaping from the inside of the Sun
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New Date
A new date for the Milky Way’s collision with the Andromeda galaxy
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New Twists In The Expansion Of the Universe
Astronomers have uncovered what appears to be a glitch in the early expansion of the universe – beyond that predicted by the standard model of cosmology.
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New Insights Into Exploding Stars
Astronomers have experienced the most detailed observations ever undertaken of the first moments of the death of a star as a thermonuclear supernova.
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The First Supermassive Black Holes
A new study suggests that the very early universe – just after the big bang 13.82 billion years ago – may have seen conditions in which normal star formation was overtaken by the birth of monstrous black holes instead.
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Some of Earth’s Oldest Rocks Found on the Moon
Some of the oldest rocks on Earth have been discovered among lunar rock samples brought back to Earth from the Moon.
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08: Are Fast Radio Bursts Generated by Flaring ...
Scientists have developed a new hypothesis to try and explain mysterious cosmic energy blasts know as Fast Radio Bursts.
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07: Strange New Phenomenon Cowers Astronomers
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06: Brightest Quasar In the Early Universe
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05: A Second Repeating Fast Radio Burst Detected
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04: The First Clue To The Makeup of Dark Matter
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03: New Horizon’s Reveals A New Kind of World
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02: Fuzz On An Expanding Bubble?
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01: The Most Distant World Ever Visited
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103: Saturn’s Rings Are Disappearing
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102: Farout
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101: Water Discovered on Asteroid Bennu
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100: Largest Black Hole Collision Ever Observed
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99: OSIRIS-Rex Arrives
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98: First Sounds From the Martian Surface
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97: A Very Bright Cannibal
The most luminous galaxy ever seen is eating its neighbours
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96: Astronomers find a star almost identical t...
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95: Ticking Time Bomb In Our Stellar Backyard
Astronomers have discovered a unique nearby triple star system containing a pair of massive ‘Wolf-Rayet’ stars which are about to explode as supernovae...
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94: Touchdown!
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93: Micro-quasar Blasting Gamma Rays Towards Earth
Plus - Alien asteroid Oumuamua posing new mysteries
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92: Super-Earth Discovery
Super-Earth discovered orbiting one of our nearest neighbouring star systems
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91: When Galaxies Collide
Supermassive black holes about to merge as galaxies collide
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90: Giant Galactic Impact Shaped The Milky Way
A new study shows that instead of forming alone - our Milky Way galaxy was involved in a major collision with another big galaxy about ten billion years ago.
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89: First Images of Asteroid Bennu from Osiris-Rex
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88: Supermassive Black Hole Flares
Flares discovered erupting around the Sagittarius A* supermassive black hole
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87: The Origins of the Martian Moon Phobos
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86: Earth's Inner Core is Solid
Researchers confirm Earth’s inner core is solid
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85: Plate tectonics may have been active on Ear...
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84: Mysterious Fast Radio Burst Known Populatio...
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83: Ancient Mars Could Have Had Life
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82: Soyuz Mission Aborted
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81: Discovery of the Goblin
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80: Another Lander Touches Down on Asteroid Ryugu
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79: Opportunity Still Silent
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78: Evidence For a Third Magellanic Cloud
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77: Echoes Of a Galactic Collision Involving Th...
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76: Japan Lands On the Asteroid Ryugu
Japan has successfully deployed two lander rovers onto the surface of the asteroid Ryugu.
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75: Giant galaxy cluster discovered hiding in p...
Astronomers have uncovered a sprawling new galaxy cluster hiding in plain sight.
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74: How asteroid impacts shaped Earth’s ancient...
A new study has found that some of the oldest rocks on the planet are the result of asteroids slamming into the primordial Earth causing its crust to melt.
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73: Space Station leak was man made
It’s been revealed that the hole found in the hull of a Russian Soyuz spacecraft which allowed atmosphere from the International Space Station to vent into space was made by a drill.
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72: New clues about Earth’s greatest mass extin...
Halogens released during the Siberian Traps eruption may have been one of the driving forces behind the world’s greatest mass extinction event.
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71: All good aboard space station following lea...
Mission managers say cabin pressure is holding steady following repairs after atmosphere began venting into space from a leak aboard the International Space Station.
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70: Earth’s Magnetic field reversals could happ...
A new study suggests that Earth’s geomagnetic field polarity reversals could occur overs the space of just two centuries – much faster than previously thought.
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69: Water confirmed on the Lunar surface
Scientists have directly observed water on the lunar surface for the first time.
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68: STEVE is not an aurora after all
A new study claims the strange auroral streams collectively dubbed STEVE are not auroral after all -- but an entirely new celestial phenomenon.
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67: Earth’s ingredients are fairly typical
A new study looking at material around distant stars suggests Earth’s ingredients are fairly typical.
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66: Ultra-bright early galaxies may be less com...
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65: New Horizons sees possible hydrogen wall at...
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64: Parker Solar Probe launches
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63: No firewalls around black holes
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62: How our solar system was formed
Astronomers have shed new light on how solar systems are formed.
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61: Andromeda's galactic cannibalism
Scientists have discovered that the Andromeda galaxy M31 shredded and cannibalized a galaxy similar to the Milky way about two billion years ago.
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60: Water Discovered Under Martian South Pole
A huge subsurface liquid water lake has been detected near the Martian south pole.
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59: Discrepancies infect the standard model of ...
Astronomers trying to work out how fast the universe is expanding - still can’t agree on a key figure in the standard model of cosmology – known as the Hubble Constant.
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58: Sun’s rotation could influence lightning on...
A new study suggests the Sun's rotational cycle influences lightning activity on Earth.
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57: Another possible volcano on Jupiter moon Io...
As NASA’s Juno spacecraft undertook its 13th close flyby of the gas giant Jupiter on Monday – earlier data appears to have turned up a new heat source close to the south pole of Io
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56: Cosmic ray neutrinos traced back to their s...
A new study has identified a distant supermassive black hole called a blazar as the source of mysterious high energy cosmic ray neutrinos bombarding the Earth.
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55: Dawn spacecraft reaches its lowest ever orb...
NASA's Dawn spacecraft has reached its lowest-ever and final orbit around dwarf planet Ceres returning thousands of stunning images and other data.
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54: Cataclysmic collision helped shape Uranus -...
A new study claims Uranus was hit by a massive object roughly twice the size of Earth causing the planet to roll over onto its side.
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53: Interstellar asteroid may actually be a com...
A new study suggests Oumuamua (oh-MOO-ah-MOO-ah) -- the first interstellar object discovered in the solar system – may be an interstellar comet rather than an asteroid.
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52: Complex Organics Bubble up from Enceladus -...
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51: Astronomers witness a star ripped apart by ...
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50: Martian Dust Storm Grows Global
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49: Mystery Objects & The Supermassive Black Ho...
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48: Big Martian Dust Storm
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47: New Horizons Wakes Up
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46: Possible Solution to Dark Matter
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45: The windswept dunes of Pluto - SpaceTime wi...
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44: The birth of a black hole
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43: Antimatter lightning beamed from in the eye...
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42: New clues about early Universe
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41: Water vapour plumes on Europa
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40: The First Stars
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39: New search for extra-terrestrial intelligen...
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38: Galaxies get bigger and puffier as they age
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37: Earth’s magnetic field unlikely to flip any...
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36: NASA InSight mission blasts off
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35: Massive cloud on collision course with the ...
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34: A star stripped naked
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33: The most sensitive ever Dark Matter search ...
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32: NASA launches its latest planet-hunting spa...
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31: Dark Matter Keeps Its Secrets
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30: A glimpse into the heart of an exploding star
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29: Tens of thousands of black holes in Milky W...
Stream on demand from www.bitesz.com (mobile friendly).*Tens of thousands of black holes in Milky Way's centreAstronomers have detected a dozen stellar mass black holes orbiting close to the supermassive black hole -- Sagittarius A* -- at the centr...
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28: Mysterious Signals from the Galactic Centre
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27: The Origins of Earth’s Water
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26: China’s Tiangong-1 space station crashes ba...
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25: Alien asteroid likely came from a binary st...
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24: Ancient relic galaxy uncovered
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23: Steven Hawking’s passing
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22: New Australian developed rocket passes majo...
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21: New studies suggest the Moon has loads of w...
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20: Astronomers detect ancient signals from the...
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19: The strange dense structure discovered belo...
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18: Neutron stars confirmed as sources of ultra...
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17: One of the most massive black holes ever se...
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16: Milky Way is as big as Andromeda
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15: Getting up close and personal to an active ...
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14: Supermassive black holes out growing their ...
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13: Does New Horizon’s next target have a moon?
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12: New galaxy survey measuring the expanding u...
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11: New study challenges popular theory about d...
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10: New evidence that our galaxy is a cannibal
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9: New model links high energy cosmic rays, neu...
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8: Neutron star merger poses new puzzles
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7: New Zealand reaches orbit
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6: Setting a size limit on neutron stars
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5: Dragon docks with the International Space St...
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4: New clues about mysterious Fast Radio Bursts
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4a: Featuring Space Nuts 85 - SpaceTime without...
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3: Black holes control star formation in galaxi...
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2: Solving the mystery of what came first.
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1: Fireworks predicted from Rare Stellar Encoun...
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100: NASA looking at missions to a comet and Sa...
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99: AI used to discover an eighth exoplanet orb...
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98: Juno probes the depths of Jupiter's Great R...
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97: Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years
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96: Earliest supermassive black hole ever seen
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95: New evidence shows the Earth got a bigger b...
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94: Infant stars discovered near supermassive b...
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93: The universe before the big bang
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92: New questions about dark matter and dark en...
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91: Recurring Martian Streaks could be just san...
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90: More clues about our interstellar visitor
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89: Monster planet discovery rewrites the text ...
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88: The star that wouldn’t die
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87: Dust cloud discovered around nearest star
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86: Solving a black hole mystery
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85: First confirmed interstellar visitor to our...
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84: Filling the early universe with knots could...
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83: The mysteries of antimatter continue to puz...
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82: First evidence of Quantum fluctuations in d...
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81: First neutron star merger confirmed through...
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80: A radio for dark matter
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79: A possible cradle of life discovered on Mars
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78: Narrowing down on Dark Energy
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77: Rare meteorite rocks scientific community
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76: Fourth gravitational wave detection
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75: Australia to finally establish a space agen...
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74: Could interstellar ice provide the answer t...
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73: The best estimates yet of Earth’s compositi...
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72: Farewell Cassini
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71: NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft About to Swoop...
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70: New Theories On the Formation Of Primordial...
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69: Cassini Mission End Countdown
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68: Bizarre looking white dwarf star
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67: Diamonds Rain on Neptune and Uranus
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66: Moon's magnetic field lasted far longer tha...
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65: Counting Down to the Great American Solar E...
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64: Galaxies at the cosmic dawn
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63: An Earth-like atmosphere may not survive Pr...
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62: New evidence supporting supernova shock wav...
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61: The Sun’s core rotates nearly four times fa...
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60: Planet Earth’s close asteroid encounter
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59: Lunar water more common than thought
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58: Surprising results from new galaxy evolutio...
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57: The smallest star ever discovered
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55: New mysteries surround New Horizons next fl...
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54: Brown dwarfs could be as common as stars
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53: Fastest stars in the galaxy are all aliens
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52: Hidden dimensions in gravitational wave
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51: It’s Asteroid Day
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50: The discovery that’s rewritten galactic evo...
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49: Earth In the Supernova Kill Zone
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48: Rare Meteorites Challenge Our Understanding...
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47: No Planets In Brown Dwarf System
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46: New clues as to why matter dominates over a...
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45: New Address For the Milky Way
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44: Third gravitational wave detection
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43: Black Holes prove Einstein right - again
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42: History as astronomers see the birth of a b...
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41: Mysteries
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40; Magnetic bridge linking galaxies
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39: The Sun’s violent eruptions may all have th...
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38: Millions of monsters hiding in plain sight
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37: Brown Dwarf reclassified as planet
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36: The closest ever stellar orbit seen around ...
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35: The Milky Way’s mysterious gamma ray glow s...
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34: Cassini’s first dive inside Saturn’s rings
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33: New evidence for antimatter in space
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32: More monster black holes discovered
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31: Discovery of a potential new dwarf planet
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30: New clues for life on Saturnian moon
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29: New warning signs for supernovae discovered
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28: Three new Fast Radio Bursts discovered - Sp...
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27: How the Martian atmosphere was lost to space
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26: Citizen science - Searching for Planet 9
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25: Discovery of a new type of star formation
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24: The Peter Pan galaxies that seem to never g...
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23: Cassini’s grand finale going out in a blaze...
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22: Early Galaxies dominated by ordinary rather...
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21: New clues about the very first stars
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20: New date for first life on Earth
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19: Black Hole Dark Matter hypothesis disproved
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18: Searching for nearby giant planets
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17: Hungry Black Holes
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16: TRAPPIST-1
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15: Organic material discovered on Ceres
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14: Mysterious white dwarf pulsar discovered
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13: New dates for the early solar system - Spac...
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12: Pixies, Elves, and Sprites
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11: New study of the Earth’s core
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09: The universe being blown apart by dark ener...
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08: A very bright discovery
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07: Galaxy murder mystery solved - SpaceTime wi...
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06: Monstrous black holes discovered hiding in ...
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05: The Milky Way’s Stolen Stars
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04: Stellar collision predicted for 2022
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03: Strange rare galaxy discovered
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02: Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts & The Dwarf Ga...
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01: Five percent of dark matter lost
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94: Super galaxy cluster discovered hiding behi...
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93: Water on Mars? More clues...
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92: New antimatter breakthrough
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91: Black hole ASASSN
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90: Mystery of the Sun's strange spin....solved!
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89: Looking at Earth’s ultimate fate
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88: Cool theory on galaxy formation
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87: More evidence that a supernova led to the b...
Stream Episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com or www.spacetimewithstuartgary.com (both mobile friendly)In Series 19 Episode 87:*More evidence that a supernova led to the birth of the Sun and Earth There’s new evidence that the supernova explosion o...
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86: Record-breaking faint satellite galaxy disc...
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85: New type of star found near the galaxy’s ce...
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84: Massive frozen water deposits found on Mars
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83: Most powerful Fast Radio Burst ever detecte...
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82: New Clues About Mysterious Fast Radio Burst...
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81: Rosetta’s Comet 67P is much younger than pr...
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80: New gravity hypothesis could explain dark m...
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79: A crack in Earth's magnetic shield
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78: Proxima Centauri is more Sun like than prev...
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77: Recently active lava flows detected on Venus
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76: Solving the mystery of the millions of miss...
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75: New Questions about dark energy and the ult...
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74: Schiaparelli Mars lander lost on its final ...
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73: Over Twenty Times More Galaxies
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72: One mystery solved but another deepens
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71: Confirmation that Tunguska was caused by as...
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70: A new test for cosmological inflation
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69: The Incredible Shrinking Planet - Mercury
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Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have imaged what may be water vapour plumes erupting off the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa.
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After a mission lasting more than 12 and a half years - the European Space Agency’s Rosetta probe is now on its final orbital trajectory which will send it on a suicide death plunge onto the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on September 30
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Quantum entanglement and the speed of light - S...
New research indicates that quantum entanglement -- the effect Albert Einstein referred to as spooky action at a distance -- isn’t just stranger than we imagine – it’s stranger than we can imagine
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There’s new evidence from Mars that lakes and snowmelt-fed streams on the red planet surface may have formed as recently as 2 to 3 billion years ago -- much later than previously thought possible.
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The largest ever all sky celestial survey has published its first catalogue – pinning down the exact three dimensional positions and brightness of over a billion stars.
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NASA’s Osiris-Rex spacecraft has successfully launched into space on a mission to rendezvous with the potentially deadly asteroid Bennu..
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 19 Episode 62...
Rosetta’s missing Philae lander has finally been found – less than a month before the end of the spacecraft’s historic mission to Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
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The final countdown is underway for tomorrow’s launch of NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft on a seven year journey to visit the potentially deadly Near Earth Asteroid Bennu.
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New research has discovered that the first stars in the Universe began shining far later than previously thought. The findings – based on new data from the European Space Agency’s Planck satellite
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Astronomers have discovered a galaxy composed almost entirely of Dark Matter. The galaxy -- Dragonfly 44 – is about 70 thousand light years wide...
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Earth sized planet discovered in the habitable zone of our nearest neighbouring star ...
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Rumours of a habitable zone planet detected around our nearest neighbouring star system
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55: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E55 - Strange...
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54: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E54 - Alien M...
Follow up observations of a weird erratically flickering and dimming star has failed to find an explanation for the strange stellar behaviour
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53: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E53 - Homochi...
A key characteristic of life discovered in space for the first time
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52: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E52 - Giant s...
Astronomers have discovered a huge region around the centre of our galaxy which is devoid of young stars.
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51: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E51 - X Marks...
New evidence suggests there’s an enormous X-shaped structure made of stars within the central bulge of the Milky Way Galaxy
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50: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E50 - A Spinn...
Astronomers have been surprised to discover that a halo of hot gas surrounding the Milky Way galaxy is spinning in the same direction and at a comparable speed to the galaxy’s disk
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49: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E49 - Large a...
Evidence for one of the largest asteroid impacts to ever have hit the Earth has been discovered in Western Australia.
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48: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E48 - A Bount...
A bounty of Brown Dwarfs and planets discovered deep in the Orion Nebula
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47: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E47 - Ancient...
Two ancient supernovae which erupted within 300 light years of Earth likely exposed biology on our planet to a long-lasting cosmic radiation.
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46: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E46 - One doo...
First evidence explaining how supermassive black holes are formed
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45: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E45 - Citizen...
Two volunteer participants in an international citizen science project have discovered a rare galaxy cluster which has now been named in their honour.
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