Astronomers long thought the earliest stars had all died out, and the universe was on it’s third generation of pinpoints of light in the night sky. However, the Phoenix cluster has thrown those theories out the window… as it’s jam packed with “first generation” stars.
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Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are back on Earth following the successful test flight of the Crew Dragon capsule. It means NASA is back in the game of launching astronauts from American soil, for the first time since the shuttle retired almost a decade ago.
As Perseverance finally launches, SpaceX completes it’s final test flight for Crew Dragon and a globular cluster of stars has astronomers rethinking what they thought they knew about their life cycles.
It’s all wrapped up in today’s Talkin’ Science LIVE and Uncut.
It’s time for another edition of Talkin’ Science with Dr Brad Tucker and Matt Miller.
It’s time to wrap up Aussie Space Month here on Trekzone, with a clip show…
This week, we’ve brought you info on the latest images of our Sun, the successful launch of the UAE’s mission to Mars and we also took stock of Australia’s astronomical capabilities over the last half a decade.
The Australian Academy of Science has released a review of Australia’s astronomical community and infrastructure at the half way point of a decade-long plan.
As the Solar Orbiter spacecraft beams back the most detailed images of the Sun, the Emirates Mars mission lifts off and we take stock of the decade-long plan to build on Australia’s astronomical community.
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