From A Red Giant Supernova to A Remote WA Radio Telescope Painting A Map Of The Night Sky

Welcome to Talkin’ Science… your bite sized wrap of the latest science and space headlines. Coming up today from red giant supernovas to remote WA radio telescopes painting a map of the night sky, attempting to answer to question of why the sky is blue and Gilmour Space partner with Macquarie University.

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