A Trekzone Conversation
Fast Radio Bursts are a relatively new discovery on the astronomical scene, first detected in 2007. Astronomers originally believed they burst out from the supermassive black holes at the center of galaxies – but new measurements indicate that’s not the case…
It’s an eclectic mix of stories for this weeks Talkin’ Science. Not only do astronomers think Mars had rings, but they’ve discovered fast radio bursts aren’t coming from supermassive blackholes like they thought and we have the second confirmation of Proxima Centauri B, the closest exoplanet to Earth!
The Trek Geeks are holding a special livestream event on Thursday, June 11 with special guest Jonathan Frakes. Founders Bill Smith & Dan Davidson join Matt to chat about the current world climate and this special event.
Last weekend was a monumental one for NASA’s crewed spaceflight program, meanwhile Australian astronomers have paved the way for new understandings…
Aussie astronomers using the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder have successfully completed a two decade search for the universe’s missing matter. Find out what that means on today’s Talkin’ Science Story of the Week…
What a monumental weekend of crewed spaceflight we’ve just experienced, as America continues to show us the dichotomy it is.
What a week of science and space news.
A couple of myths are doing the rounds on-line at the moment and Dr Brad decided it was time to set the record straight.
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