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The Daily Space

Dr. Pamela Gay & Annie Wilson

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Dr. Pamela Gay & Annie Wilson

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Get your daily dose of all that's new in space and astronomy. The sky is not the limit, as we bring you a fast-paced roundup of launches, landings, and everyday discoveries. The Daily Space is brought to you by the team behind CosmoQuest at the Planetary Science Institute, and features hosts Dr. Pamela L. Gay & Annie Wilson.

Latest Episodes

Quasar winds flee, Bepicolombo on schedule for flyby, and Comet Atlas on display

Winds from a quasar in a distant galaxy are fleeing at a record rate, ESA's Bepicolombo mission to proceed with flyby in spite of COVID-19, and Comet Atlas is on display in the night sky for all to enjoy.

8 MIN1 d ago
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Quasar winds flee, Bepicolombo on schedule for flyby, and Comet Atlas on display

Searching for dark matter in sterile neutrinos and hexaquarks

Scientists look for dark matter in dark places close to home - and study flickers of light that might be created by dark matter, called sterile neutrinos - to find the mysterious substance. And discovery of stable 6-particle quarks called hexaquarks might turn out to be mysterious dark matter.

10 MIN2 d ago
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Searching for dark matter in sterile neutrinos and hexaquarks

Using evolution to hunt exoplanets, and ALMA sees gas jets influenced by black hole

Researchers have defined how our world would look to distant observers during each of the periods in time, showing us what to look for, and ALMA shows us the MG J0414+0534, a galaxy 11 billion light years away, a galaxy with a disturbed shape, that is due radio jets turning on in a young galaxy.

6 MIN5 d ago
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Using evolution to hunt exoplanets, and ALMA sees gas jets influenced by black hole

More secrets from Voyager 2 info revealed, star formation project maps edges of interstellar clouds and Comet Atlas

Scientists discovered from the data sent back from Voyager 2 that Uranus had a plasmoid, a magnetic blob of atmosphere stuck out away from the planet, the Nobeyama Radio Observatory Star Formation Project mapped in greater detail than ever before a series of star forming regions, and Comet Atlas will be bringing a show in May and June to your backyards.

10 MIN6 d ago
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More secrets from Voyager 2 info revealed, star formation project maps edges of interstellar clouds and Comet Atlas

Rocket Roundup for March 25, 2020

Today Gordon takes us through the collection of rocket launches and delays - Roscosmos launched a satellite constellation, China launched some military reconnaissance satellites SpaceX launched another set of Starlink satellites, and COVID-19 delays a number of launches worldwide.

9 MIN1 w ago
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Rocket Roundup for March 25, 2020

Update on How COVID-19 is Affecting Space Science

Today, Pamela gives us an update on how COVID-19 is affecting missions, programs, and other related science.

15 MIN1 w ago
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Update on How COVID-19 is Affecting Space Science

Black Hole Imaging, Quasar Wind in the Galaxy, and 'Tatooine' Planetary Disks

Today's stories cover getting razor-sharp black hole Image using photon rings and future tech, detecting the powerful jets and winds produced by quasars in the galaxy, taking better images of Earth-like planets around other stars with upgraded adaptive optics, and watching the strange orbits of planets in orbit around binary stars.

8 MIN1 w ago
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Black Hole Imaging, Quasar Wind in the Galaxy, and 'Tatooine' Planetary Disks

Slime Mold can map Universe, Variable Star pulsates on only one side, and Multi - Brown Dwarf System found

Astronomers use slime mold algorithms to map the known universe, a pulsating variable star is found that only pulsates on one side due to gravity from a binary companion red dwarf, and a binary system of two brown dwarf stars has been found by the SPECULOOS survey.

8 MIN1 w ago
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Slime Mold can map Universe, Variable Star pulsates on only one side, and Multi - Brown Dwarf System found

Rocket Roundup for March 18, 2020

This week, we had a lot of important launches. SpaceX launches Bartolomeo research platform, China launched more of their Beidou GPS System, Russia launched more of their Uragan-M GPS System, and SpaceX launches more Starlink satellites.

10 MIN2 w ago
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Rocket Roundup for March 18, 2020

Betelgeuse shedding dust, Planet with iron rain, and Days on Earth used to be shorter

Betelgeuse is brightening back up after shedding a cloud of dust, WASP-76b turns out to be a super-hot tidally locked world that rains iron, and fossil records indicate that our days on Earth used to be much shorter.

5 MIN2 w ago
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Betelgeuse shedding dust, Planet with iron rain, and Days on Earth used to be shorter

Latest Episodes

Quasar winds flee, Bepicolombo on schedule for flyby, and Comet Atlas on display

Winds from a quasar in a distant galaxy are fleeing at a record rate, ESA's Bepicolombo mission to proceed with flyby in spite of COVID-19, and Comet Atlas is on display in the night sky for all to enjoy.

8 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Quasar winds flee, Bepicolombo on schedule for flyby, and Comet Atlas on display

Searching for dark matter in sterile neutrinos and hexaquarks

Scientists look for dark matter in dark places close to home - and study flickers of light that might be created by dark matter, called sterile neutrinos - to find the mysterious substance. And discovery of stable 6-particle quarks called hexaquarks might turn out to be mysterious dark matter.

10 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Searching for dark matter in sterile neutrinos and hexaquarks

Using evolution to hunt exoplanets, and ALMA sees gas jets influenced by black hole

Researchers have defined how our world would look to distant observers during each of the periods in time, showing us what to look for, and ALMA shows us the MG J0414+0534, a galaxy 11 billion light years away, a galaxy with a disturbed shape, that is due radio jets turning on in a young galaxy.

6 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Using evolution to hunt exoplanets, and ALMA sees gas jets influenced by black hole

More secrets from Voyager 2 info revealed, star formation project maps edges of interstellar clouds and Comet Atlas

Scientists discovered from the data sent back from Voyager 2 that Uranus had a plasmoid, a magnetic blob of atmosphere stuck out away from the planet, the Nobeyama Radio Observatory Star Formation Project mapped in greater detail than ever before a series of star forming regions, and Comet Atlas will be bringing a show in May and June to your backyards.

10 MIN6 d ago
Comments
More secrets from Voyager 2 info revealed, star formation project maps edges of interstellar clouds and Comet Atlas

Rocket Roundup for March 25, 2020

Today Gordon takes us through the collection of rocket launches and delays - Roscosmos launched a satellite constellation, China launched some military reconnaissance satellites SpaceX launched another set of Starlink satellites, and COVID-19 delays a number of launches worldwide.

9 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Rocket Roundup for March 25, 2020

Update on How COVID-19 is Affecting Space Science

Today, Pamela gives us an update on how COVID-19 is affecting missions, programs, and other related science.

15 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Update on How COVID-19 is Affecting Space Science

Black Hole Imaging, Quasar Wind in the Galaxy, and 'Tatooine' Planetary Disks

Today's stories cover getting razor-sharp black hole Image using photon rings and future tech, detecting the powerful jets and winds produced by quasars in the galaxy, taking better images of Earth-like planets around other stars with upgraded adaptive optics, and watching the strange orbits of planets in orbit around binary stars.

8 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Black Hole Imaging, Quasar Wind in the Galaxy, and 'Tatooine' Planetary Disks

Slime Mold can map Universe, Variable Star pulsates on only one side, and Multi - Brown Dwarf System found

Astronomers use slime mold algorithms to map the known universe, a pulsating variable star is found that only pulsates on one side due to gravity from a binary companion red dwarf, and a binary system of two brown dwarf stars has been found by the SPECULOOS survey.

8 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Slime Mold can map Universe, Variable Star pulsates on only one side, and Multi - Brown Dwarf System found

Rocket Roundup for March 18, 2020

This week, we had a lot of important launches. SpaceX launches Bartolomeo research platform, China launched more of their Beidou GPS System, Russia launched more of their Uragan-M GPS System, and SpaceX launches more Starlink satellites.

10 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Rocket Roundup for March 18, 2020

Betelgeuse shedding dust, Planet with iron rain, and Days on Earth used to be shorter

Betelgeuse is brightening back up after shedding a cloud of dust, WASP-76b turns out to be a super-hot tidally locked world that rains iron, and fossil records indicate that our days on Earth used to be much shorter.

5 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Betelgeuse shedding dust, Planet with iron rain, and Days on Earth used to be shorter
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