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Rank #3 in Astronomy category

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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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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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The Gold Standard

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... no one does science podcasting better than Stuart Gary!

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By phil ryan - Jun 18 2018
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I love you and the show!! Thank you!

iTunes Ratings

90 Ratings
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76
8
4
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The Gold Standard

By YGlen - Dec 04 2018
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... no one does science podcasting better than Stuart Gary!

thank you

By phil ryan - Jun 18 2018
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I love you and the show!! Thank you!
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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Rank #3 in Astronomy category

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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.

Rank #1: 70: New Theories On the Formation Of Primordial Black Holes

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* New theories on the formation of primordial black holes Mysterious long hypothesized objects known as primordial black holes may have made the universe the way it is today. The claims speculates that these enigmatic black holes from the beginning of time formed before the first stars, and later helped create many of the heavier elements found in nature including gold, platinum, and uranium. 

*Tabby’s star probably just dusty rather than an alien megastructure A new analysis of a strange looking star which experiences wild fluctuations in brightness indicates massive amounts of dust could be causing the phenomenon. The spectral type F main white sequence star KIC-8462852 first sprung to attention in 2015 when citizen scientists looking through data from NASA’s planet hunting Kepler Space Telescope noticed abnormal cycles of dimming and brightening coming from the star. 

*And How the world’s biggest volcanoes formed Scientists have solved a 168 year old mystery on how the planet’s biggest and most active volcanoes were formed. The study found the Hawaii’s volcanoes formed along twin tracks due to a shift in the Pacific plates direction three million years ago. 

*Indian rocket failure An Indian rocket has failed to place a new navigation satellite into orbit after the payload faring failed to separate during the launch. The PSLV-C39 mission blasted off normally from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre on the Bay of Bengal coast carrying the IRNSS-1H payload – the eight satellite for the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System. 

*Expedition 52 crew return to Earth The Soyuz MS-04 capsule carrying three expedition 52 crew members has successfully returned to Earth after 135 days in orbit. The spacecraft touched down under the canopy of a massive orange and white parachute in clear blue skies on the wind swept Kazakhstan step. 

*The Science Report 
Adults who have poor sleep patterns are more likely to be overweight or obese. 
Tropical cyclones and hurricanes will get worse in the Pacific because oceans are warming due to climate change. 
North Korea successfully tests a thermonuclear bomb capable of being fitted to the warhead of an ICBM. 
Scientists discover human footprints on Crete dating back some 5.7 million years. 
More good news for chocolate lovers. 

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Sep 07 2017
47 mins
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Rank #2: 64: Parker Solar Probe launches

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*Parker Solar Probe launches on a mission to touch the Sun
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe has successfully blasted into space on an historic mission to explore the Sun’s Corona.

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*A mysterious monster from the early universe
Astronomers have discovered a massive, inactive galaxy located more than 12.15 billion light years away.

*Stellar close encounter shaped our solar system
A new study suggests our solar system was shaped by a close encounter with another star billions of years ago.

*Partial Solar Eclipse
The Moon took a big bite out of the Sun last weekend providing a partial solar eclipse visible across much of Asia and around the Arctic Circle.

*The Science Report
New low dose three in one pill to treat hypertension.
Both low and high salt intake is linked with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
Strange half billion year old sea creature fossil discovered.
New study claims blue diamonds form deeper down than other diamonds.
Alex on Tech looks at the new Galaxy Note 9.


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Aug 24 2018
37 mins
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Rank #3: 31: Dark Matter Keeps Its Secrets

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*Dark Matter keeps its secrets Astronomers are back in the dark about what dark matter might be, after new observations have shown that it’s not interacting with forces other than gravity after all. The findings add more mystery to the enigma of dark matter – an invisible substance which makes up over 80 percent of all the matter in the universe. 

*New lightning study about to begin A new suite of European Space Agency instruments aboard the International Space Station are about to begin studying mysterious upper atmospheric lightning events from orbit Every second, around 45 lightning strikes jolt Earth’s atmosphere, where powerful reactions in thunderstorm clouds alter the chemical composition of the air inside and around them. 

*The truth behind NASA’s twins study In what may be a perfect example of what happens when news editors get journalists who usually chase fire engines or politicians to cover a science story -- media outlets have been busy issuing corrections after reporters wrongly claimed that seven percent of the DNA of an astronaut had changed following a year-long space flight – compared to his identical twin who remained on Earth. 

*Moscow launches top secret experimental satellite Moscow has launched what may be a new experimental spy satellite. The top secret flight was launched on a Soyuz 2-1V rocket from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia. *China launches three more spy satellites China has launched another trio of what it euphemistically calls remote sensing satellites. The Yaogan Weixing-31-01 spacecraft are part of China’s latest generation of military surveillance and reconnaissance satellites. 

*China’s sat nav system takes shape China has successfully launched two more Beidou navigation satellites into orbit. *The Science Report Up to one in five people may show signs of a synesthesia. Arctic mountain glaciers are melting at an unprecedented rate. Two types of contagious cancer affecting Tasmanian devils may have similar origins. A rare 700-year-old Byzantine bronze ring discovered by a gardener in Northern Israel. Teaching an autonomous car who to kill and who to save. 

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Apr 20 2018
28 mins
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Rank #4: 79: A possible cradle of life discovered on Mars

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*A possible cradle of life discovered on Mars Evidence of massive ancient sea floor hydrothermal vent deposits have been discovered on Mars. Hydrothermal vents found on the mid ocean ridges of Earth, pump a rich chemical soup into the surrounding oceans, which many scientists believe could be where life on Earth began. 

*Chemical signatures for life discovered near and far Freon-40, a chemical signature of life has been detected -- both around a distant star -- and much closer to home – in a comet orbiting the Sun. The discovery includes the first ever detection of a saturated organohalogen chemical compound in interstellar space. 

*Cosmic rays from distant galaxies A fifty year long debate has finally been resolved with confirmation that the highest energy cosmic rays originate from sources far beyond our galaxy. The findings are based on the uneven distribution of high energy cosmic rays bombarding the Earth from different positions across the sky. 

*Mysterious Dimming of Tabby's Star May Be Caused by Dust Astronomers say a large cloud of dust remains the most likely cause for the mysterious changes in brightness effecting Tabby’s Star. The star became famous 2015, when astronomers looking through data from NASA’s planet hunting Kepler Space Telescope reported strange irregular changes in the amount of light coming from the star. 

*The Science Report 
Nations with a higher standard of living also have higher rates of cancer. 
Summer Arctic sea ice could disappear completely because of human induced climate change. 
Autism less common among the kids of mums who took multivitamins during pregnancy. 
Neandertal genes in Homo Sapiens contributed to skin tone, hair colour, sleep patterns, and mood. 
The first map of Old Faithful’s subsurface geology. 

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Oct 11 2017
39 mins
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Rank #5: 33: The most sensitive ever Dark Matter search gets underway

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*The most sensitive ever Dark Matter search gets underway Scientists have begun their most sensitive ever search for a possible Dark Matter candidate called the Axion. 

*How humans touched the edge of space Why high altitude balloons still plan a important role in space sciences 

*How man has touched the edge of space Man’s first attempts to touch the edge of space was a two pronged effort. Captured NAZI V2 rockets allowed scientists to get brief glimpses of space and the curvature of the Earth as these missiles travelled along ballistic trajectories. But for longer duration scientific studies – researchers relied on high altitude balloons to carry scientific payloads and even people to the edge of space. 

*Studying the gamma ray skies Gamma rays are the most energetic forms of electromagnetic radiation and are emitted by some of the most powerful events in the universe. Now, a team of astronomers have published 14 papers in a special issue of the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics covering some fifteen years of gamma ray observations of the Milky Way. 

*Atlas V 551 flexes it muscles on air force launch The most powerful version of the Atlas V rocket equipped with now fewer than five strap-on solid rocket boosters was needed to provide enough thrust to lift the United States Air Force Space Command’s AFSPC-11 mission into orbit. You tube video url: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOzEhhnnUlk

*Russia launches new military satellite Russia’s Proton-M rocket has made its first flight in half a year placing a new military telecommunications satellite into orbit. 

*The Science Report The Northern Territory Government lifts its ban on fracking. The high fat diet that may help in the fight against a deadly mange killing off wombat populations in Tasmania. Why Neanderthals got their distinctive long face and rugged looks. How increased carbon dioxide levels will affect plant growth. 

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Apr 27 2018
37 mins
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Rank #6: 01: The Most Distant World Ever Visited

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*The most distant world ever visited
NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has just completed the most distant flyby ever undertaken swooping down to just 3540 kilometres above the desolate frozen surface of the dark Kuiper Belt object Ultima Thule.

*A supernova could have wiped out marine mega fauna
A new study suggests large marine species were wiped out in a supernova triggered mass extinction event about 2.6 million years ago at the dawn of the Pleistocene.

*The CSIRO to operate ESA’s New Norcia deep space tracking station
The European Space Agency has selected Australia's national science agency the CSIRO to take over operational support and maintenance for its New Norcia deep space tracking station.

*How the Martian moon Phobos got its groove on
A new study suggests strange grooves crisscrossing the surface of the Martian moon Phobos were made by rolling boulders blasted free during an ancient asteroid impact.

*Fourth test flight from new launch complex
Russia has carried out another successful test flight of its Soyuz 2 rocket from the new Vostochny Cosmodrome in Russia's Far Eastern Amur Region.

*Long March-3C launches TJS-3 satellite
A Chinese Long March 3 rocket has blasted into orbit carrying a new prototype telecommunications satellite.

*The Science Report
Russia’s new unstoppable nuclear missile system.
Exposure to violence in early life linked to faster aging.
New evidence that pterosaurs had primitive feathers just like dinosaurs.
Tests show that animals really can tell the time.

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Jan 02 2019
35 mins
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Rank #7: 93: The universe before the big bang

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*The universe before the big bang A new hypothesis is proposing to eliminate the need for cosmological spacetime singularity and with it the big bang which kicked of the cosmos 13.8 billion years ago. Instead, physicists suggest the universe’s current expansion phase was preceded by a big crunch contraction and possibly a bouncing universe with infinite prior cycles of expansion and contraction. 

*The next nearest planet to our solar system A temperate Earth-sized planet has been discovered just 11 light-years away. The new world named Ross 128 b is currently the second-closest temperate planet ever detected – the nearest being Proxima b which orbits the star Proxima Centauri some 4.25 light years from Earth. 

*Dawn explores Ceres’ interior evolution Scientists have begun studying the internal structure and composition of the dwarf planet Ceres finding a close relationship between its internal evolution and its surface features. The findings used data collected by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft to analyse Ceres’ surface features revealing clues about the dwarf planet’s interior evolution. 

*Blue Origin to Launch its New Glenn Rocket in 2020 Blue Origin claims its massive heavy lift New Glenn rocket should be ready for its maiden flight in 2020. The New Glenn is a two or three stage orbital launch vehicle capable of carrying 45 tonnes into low Earth orbit and 13 tonnes to geostationary transfer orbit. 

*The Science Report 
North Korea has successfully launched its most powerful intercontinental ballistic missile. Autism sufferers have problem reading human emotions because of altered chemical responses. Big Sugar covering up the harmful health effects of too much sugar since the 1960s. New study shows cloning didn’t give Dolly the sheep early-onset arthritis. Mapping the different emotions linked to different types of booze. Looking at the link between sexual activity and sudden cardiac arrest. The skeptics view on Chinese medicine 

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Dec 01 2017
41 mins
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Rank #8: 89: Monster planet discovery rewrites the text books

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*Monster planet discovery rewrites the text books Astronomers have discovered a large Jupiter sized planet orbiting around a small red dwarf star. It’s the first time such a large planet has been seen orbiting such a low mass host star. 

*Possible ancient ocean remnants found on Ceres Scientists have detected widespread reserves of minerals containing water on the dwarf planet Ceres. The discovery by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft suggests that the 945 kilometre wide world may have once had a global ocean and may still have liquid today. 

*The Rochechouart Astrobleme Geologists have begun an intense core drilling campaign at Rochechouart in central France to study an astrobleme. The Rochechouart Astrobleme is thought to be the remains of a 20 to 30 kilometre wide 207 million year old impact crater. 

*New clues to the origin of life on Earth Chemists at The Scripps Research Institute have found a compound that may have been a crucial factor in the origins of life on Earth. Origins-of-life researchers have hypothesized that a chemical reaction called phosphorylation may have been crucial for the assembly of three key ingredients in early life forms: 

*Antares launches Cygnus bound for the International Space Station A Cygnus cargo ship has successfully launched aboard an Antares rocket bound for the International Space Station. The Cygnus OA-8 blasted off from Orbital’s Wallops Island launch pad on the Virginian mid-Atlantic coast on a two-day journey to the orbiting outpost. *Orbital launches Minotaur-C rocket Orbital has launched a Minotaur-C rocket from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California carrying ten new satellites into orbit. The launch system was renamed Minotaur from its original name of Taurus following a series of spectacular launch failures which darkened the Taurus name. The Taurus XL became the Minotaur C, while the Taurus II was renamed the Antares. 

*The Science Report 
Eating at night associated with higher risk of heart disease and diabetes. The oldest ocean water dated to over a thousand years of age. Rare stromatolites discovered living in a remote valley deep in the Tasmanian wilderness. Alvarezsaurid dinosaur fossils discovered in Uzbekistan. Sheep found to recognize human faces. Australian skeptics take a scientific look at acupuncture. 

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Nov 17 2017
50 mins
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Rank #9: 48: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E48 - A Bounty Of Brown Dwarfs

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Hi...Stuart with the Show Notes for Series 19 Episode 48. 

  *A bounty of Brown Dwarfs and planets discovered deep in the Orion Nebula New technology allowing astronomers to peer deeper into the heart of the Orion Nebula than ever before, has revealed a massive population of previously unseen planets and brown dwarfs. The discovery shows that the Orion Nebula may be forming proportionally far more low-mass objects than closer and less active star formation regions. *Astronomers produce the most detailed map yet of the visible universe. Astronomers have produced the largest-ever, three-dimensional map yet of the visible universe -- showing some 1.2 million galaxies -- covering over a quarter of the sky and mapping out the structure of the universe over a volume of 650 cubic billion light-years. The new map allows scientists to make the best measurements so far of the effects of a mysterious force called dark energy on the expansion of the universe and consequently the ultimate fate of the cosmos. *Astronomers discover how the fabled man in the moon got his right eye A new study has discovered that a huge asteroid or protoplanet which crashed into the Moon 3.8 billion years ago was responsible for giving the fabled man in the moon his right eye. The massive 250 kilometre wide space rock created the Moon’s iconic Imbrium Basin as a result of the impact. This new size estimate means the Imbrium impactor was at least two times larger and 10 times more massive than previous estimates. *NASA’s mission to touch the Sun NASA’s first mission to “touch” the Sun has passed a critical development milestone keeping it on track for launch in July 2018. The Solar Probe Plus mission will send a spacecraft on a series of data-collecting runs through the Sun’s atmosphere. Enhanced Show Notes including photos to accompany this episode can be found at http://www.bitesz.com/spacetime-show-notes

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Jul 22 2016
25 mins
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Rank #10: 61: Black Hole Detected Devouring Neutron Star

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*The historic first-ever detection of a Black Hole devouring a Neutron Star
The astronomical community is in overdrive following reports of the possible first-ever detection of gravitational waves generated by a black hole devouring a neutron star.

*Jupiter’s ancient planetary collision
A new study claims the solar system’s largest planet – the gas giant Jupiter – may have been involved in a colossal planetary collision 4.5 billion years ago.
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*India Moon mission enters lunar orbit
India’s second lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2, has successfully entered lunar orbit.
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*Cheops preparing for launch
Final preparations are continuing to get the European Space Agency’s Cheops spacecraft ready for its launch in November
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*The Science Report
Childcare centres on busy roads facing increased air pollution.
New climate change warnings that arctic sea ice could disappear completely during summer.
A new cybersecurity warning following discovery of BlueKeep.
What super-deep diamonds can tell science about Earth’s ancient rocks.
Women no better at multitasking than men.

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Aug 21 2019
31 mins
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Rank #11: Touchdown!

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*Hayabusa2 touches down on the asteroid Ryugu
Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft has briefly touched down on the surface of the asteroid Ryugu to collect samples for eventual return to Earth.

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*Israel’s first mission on its way to the Moon
Israel’s Genesis lunar lander has been successfully launched on the first leg of its journey to the surface of the Moon.

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 *Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder goes rainbow
As part of this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras celebrations -- Australia’s national science agency, the CSIRO, has lit up its iconic Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder radio telescope in a rainbow of colours.

*Branson wants to be a space tourist by July
Virgin Galactic boss Richard Branson says he now expects to fly to space aboard his SpaceShip Two VSS Unity by July this year.

*The Science Report
Climate change and bad water management blamed for the recent Darling River mass fish kill.
Scientists rediscover what many consider to be the 'holy grail' of bee discoveries - Wallace's giant bee.
A new study claims influenza vaccines may not be as effective for elderly people.
The genome of the commonly cultivated strawberry revealed.
Augmented reality the next big push for the i-phone.
A new study has found that like humans -- dogs personalities can change over time.

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Feb 27 2019
31 mins
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Rank #12: 94: Touchdown!

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*NASA’s InSight lander touches down on the red planet Mars.
NASA’s Mars InSight spacecraft has landed successfully on Elysium Planitia -- a broad freeze dried plain – just north of the red planet’s equator.

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*The oldest star in the hood
Astronomers have discovered what could be the oldest star in our stellar neighbourhood.

*True polar wander may have caused ice age
Earth's latest ice age may have been caused by a change in the planet’s spin axis.

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Nov 28 2018
36 mins
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Rank #13: 03: New Horizon’s Reveals A New Kind of World

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*New Horizon’s reveals a new kind of world
NASA’s New Horizon’s spacecraft has successfully completed its encounter with Ultima Thule – which at more than 6.6 billion kilometres – is the most distant world ever explored.

*Milky Way about to collide with the Large Magellanic Cloud galaxy
Astronomers claim a nearby galaxy is hurtling towards the Milky Way on a collision course that could fling our solar system into intergalactic space.

*China lands on the Lunar far side
China has become the first nation on Earth to land a spacecraft on the far side of the Moon.

*SpaceX caps off a busy 2018 launch season
SpaceX’s last launch for 2018 has placed the first of a new more advanced generation of GPS Navigation satellites into orbit.

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*BFR renamed Starship
SpaceX boss Elon Musk has tweeted that the company's new interplanetary spacecraft the BFR or Big Falcon Rocket has a new name – Starship.

*The Science Report
New rules over what to look for when examining for prostate cancer.
The melting Greenland ice sheet releasing huge amounts of methane into the atmosphere.
Apple’s new tool to protect your privacy.
New studies show overweight dogs have much shorter lives.

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Jan 09 2019
29 mins
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Rank #14: 50: SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S19E50 - A Spinning Gas Halo

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Stuart here with the Show Notes for Series 19 Episode 15. 

*A spinning gas halo discovered around the Milky Way 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. Scientists had thought this enormous reservoir of hot gas remained stationary while the Milky Way spins inside it. *The Square Kilometer Array reaches another milestone Scientists have completed another key step in their efforts to build what will be the world’s largest radio telescope, the SKA or Square Kilometer Array. Researchers have successfully tested astronomical verification of a critical sub-system for the giant telescope known as the frequency synchronisation system. *Farewell to Rosetta’s Philae lander European Space Agency mission managers have formally switched off the system on the Rosetta spacecraft which provides communications links between the orbiter and its tiny Philae lander. Switching off the system is part of the preparations for Rosetta's end of mission which is slated for September 30. Scientists figured out last common ancestor of all living things *Scientists think they’ve worked out the genetic make-up of the last common ancestor of all living things. Researchers found our earliest common ancestor probably consisted of just 355 genes and made its living around superheated deep sea hydrothermal vents about four billion years ago. *The annual Delta Aquariid Meteor shower underway The annual Delta Aquariid Meteor shower is at its peak with the best viewing about now because it coincides with a new moon providing darker skies. The shower is best for observed from the Southern hemisphere. Subscribe, rate and review SpaceTime at iTunes, audioBoom, Stitcher, Pocketcasts, Podbean, Bluebrry, Tunein Radio or any good podcatcher app. Email: SpaceTime@bitesz.com For enhanced Show Notes, includig photos to accompany this episode... http://www.bitesz.com/spacetime-show-notes

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Jul 29 2016
23 mins
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Rank #15: 54: Spooky Quantum Entanglement

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SpaceTime 20190719 Series 22 Episode 54

*The first image of spooky quantum entanglement in action
In an incredible first, scientists have captured the world's first actual photo of quantum entanglement -- the strange phenomenon Albert Einstein famously described it as 'spooky action at a distance'.

*Discovery of the asteroid with the shortest year
Astronomers have spotted an unusual asteroid with the shortest “year” known for any asteroid.

*Military Space Station planned
The Pentagon is looking at developing an autonomous military space station.

*Vega spy satellite rocket failure
The European Space Agency and Arianespace have launched in independent inquiry commission after a Vega rocket carrying a spy satellite failed two minutes after launch.

*The Science Report
*People suffering from mental illness face drastic challenges with life expectance reduced by 20 years.
*Seagulls may be threatening more than your fish and chips.
*Archaeologists discover the ancient biblical city of Ziklag.
*New DNA evidence confirms the Philistines were Greek.
*A new world Circumnavigation Speed Record.
*A new survey claims a fifth of Brits believe the Loch Ness monster is real.

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Jul 19 2019
24 mins
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Rank #16: 91: Black hole ASASSN

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*Black hole ASASSN 
A sudden unusually bright flash of light in a distant galaxy -- which was thought to be the explosive death of a star as a supernova -- has turned out to be an even more spectacular stellar death – the total destruction of a star by a supermassive black hole. New observations indicate the unusually bright flash – which had been named ASASSN-15LH – and which was originally thought to be the brightest supernova ever seen -- was actually a tidal disruption event -- caused by a star being ripped to pieces after venturing too close to a monstrous black hole. 

*New search for Earth’s unseen companions 
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission is about to begin a search for possible Earth Trojan asteroids. OSIRIS-Rex is on a two-year flight to rendezvous with the asteroid Bennu and it will be ideally positioned in February to undertake a survey of a region which often contains asteroids known as Trojans. 

*India caps off its biggest year so far in space flight 
India has launched a new Earth imaging satellite rounding off the subcontinent’s busiest year so far for space missions. The PSLV or Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle blasted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre on Sriharikota island on the Bay of Bengal coast carrying Resourcesat-2a into orbit. 

*The December Solstice 
The December Solstice will occur at 21.44 Australian Eastern Daylight Time on Wednesday, December 21st as the Sun reached zenith appearing to be directly over the tropic of Capricorn. In the USA and the Northern Hemisphere, it’s the winter solstice marking the first day of winter -- but the good news is that from now on the days start to get longer again while south of the Equator summer has well and truly arrived and the day’s start getting shorter.  

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Dec 21 2016
31 mins
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Rank #17: 35: Black Hole Twisting Spacetime

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*Black Hole twisting spacetime
Astronomers have witnessed a black hole twisting the fabric of spacetime by its rotation. The black hole’s powerful gravitational pull is dragging nearby spacetime causing jets of fast-moving energy and plasma being expelled from the area surrounding the black hole to wobble so fast that their change in direction can be seen in periods as short as minutes. Youtube video URL: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.tumblr.com/post/184592196418 Youtube video URL: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.tumblr.com/post/184592228498

*The strange star from out of town
Astronomers have discovered a star in the Milky Way with a chemical composition unlike any other star in our galaxy.  The chemical composition of the strange star has previously been seen in a small number of stars in dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky Way.

*Another successful Blue Origin test flightBlue Origin has carried out another successful test flight of its rocket designed to carry tourists into space.The company’s latest suborbital flight from their West Texas launch pad reached an altitude of over 106 kilometres or 346,406 feet – well above the 100 kilometre high Karmen line which marks the internationally recognized official start of space. Youtube video URL: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.tumblr.com/post/184612938953

*The first commercial launch for the world’s most powerful rocket
SpaceX has successfully carried out their first commercial flight using the company’s new Falcon heavy launch vehicle – the world’s most powerful rocket. Youtube video URL: http://spacetimewithstuartgary.tumblr.com/post/184312024383

*The Science Report
Climate change is forcing reef corals to move away from the equator and towards the poles.
Scientists have devised a decoder that can transform brainwaves into speech.
Spending time online or watching TV, especially before bedtime may not be so bad for you after all.
The twins' astronaut experiment provides valuable new insights on living in space.
New research suggests women may have a better poker face than men when it comes to hiding an affair.
Healers frog poison treatment banned following a patient’s death.

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May 08 2019
36 mins
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Rank #18: 2: Solving the mystery of what came first.

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*Solving the mystery of what came first? Astronomers may be a step closer to solving one of the greatest mysteries in astrophysics – which came first the galaxy – or the supermassive black hole at its centre. The problem is do galaxies form first from the accumulation of stars, globular clusters, and molecular gas and dust clouds -- with densities at the galactic centre eventually becoming so high it forms a black hole. 

*Supermassive black hole stellar factory Astronomers have discovered 11 newly formed infant protostars within three light years of the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy. Black holes generate powerful gravitational tidal forces and intense ultraviolet and X-ray radiation – environments far more conducive to destroying stars rather than creating them. 

*Mars may not be as dry as it seems A new study suggests water on Mars is being absorbed by the red planet’s rocks like a sponge. The findings reported in the journal Nature suggest that Martian basalt rocks can hold up to 25 percent more water than similar basalts on Earth. 

*SpaceX to launch Falcon Heavy shortly After more than 12 years of planning and development Space X is finally getting ready to fly its new Falcon Heavy launch vehicle. The 70-metre-tall reusable rocket is based around three Falcon 9 common booster core stages -- mounted side by side in a similar fashion to the Delta 4 heavy -- from which it will take the title as the world’s most powerful operational launch vehicle. 

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Jan 05 2018
29 mins
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Rank #19: The First Supermassive Black Holes

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*New clues about the creation of 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.

*Last ditch effort to save Opportunity
NASA are sending new sets of commands to try and force its Mars Opportunity rover to respond.

*Looking at a successor to the super collider
CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research has unveiled plans for a successor to its Large Hadron Collider – the world’s most powerful particle accelerator.

*Japan launches an artificial meteor show into space
Japan has launched a satellite designed to deploy an artificial meteor shower over Hiroshima.

*China launches four more satellites into orbit.
China has undertaken its second orbital launch for 2019 carrying four new satellites into orbit.

*The Science Report
Greenland melting faster than scientists previously thought—thanks to climate change.
Aspirin or ibuprofen could help patients with head and neck cancers.
A new look at the evolutionary history of crocodiles.
Postmenopausal women who regularly eat fried food face increased risk of heart-related death.
Anti-vaxxers are being blamed for 30% jump in measles cases.

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Feb 01 2019
25 mins
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Rank #20: 19: Black Hole Dark Matter hypothesis disproved

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Stream Episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com or www.spacetimewithstuartgary.com (both mobile friendly) *The Black Hole Dark Matter hypothesis disproved A new study has provided strong evidence disproving the idea that unknown populations of ancient black holes could explain the effects currently attributed to dark matter. The findings imply that the detection of gravitational waves generated by colliding intermediate mass black holes can’t be used to imply the existence of huge populations of primordial black holes early in the history of the universe. *New evidence of a water rich history on Mars New research on Martian meteorites indicates that the red planet may have been a far wetter place than previously thought. The findings provide the first clear evidence that a mineral commonly found in Martian meteorites which was considered proof of an ancient dry environment on Mars -- may have originally been a hydrogen-containing mineral -- that could indicate a far more water-rich history for the Red Planet. *Stephen Hawking’s warning of alien invasion Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking says while he believes intelligent alien life probably does exist elsewhere in the universe – making contact with them could be as disastrous for humans as Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the new world was for native Americans. He made the comments during the launch of his new documentary Stephen Hawking's Favourite Places. *New American Spy satellite launched A new top secret spy satellite has been successfully launched into orbit for America’s National Reconnaissance Office. The NROL-79 mission is believed to involve a pair of classified Naval Ocean Surveillance System INTRUDER Satellites. For Enhanced Show Notes, including photos to accompany this episode: http://www.bitesz.com/spacetime-show-notes Subscribe, rate and review SpaceTime at all good podcasting apps…including iTunes, audioBoom, Stitcher, Pocketcasts, Podbean, Radio Public, Tunein Radio, google play, etc. RSS feed: https://audioboom.com/channels/4642443.rss Help support SpaceTime : The SpaceTime with Stuart Gary merchandise shop. Get your T-Shirts, Coffee Cups, badges, tote bag + more and help support the show. Check out the range: http://www.cafepress.com/spacetime Thank you. Plus: Get a free audio book of your choice, plus 30 days free access from audible.com. Just visit www.audibletrial.com/spacetime or click on the banner link at www.spacetimewithstuartgary.com Email: SpaceTime@bitesz.com Join our mailing list at http://www.bitesz.com/join-our-mailing-list For more, follow SpaceTime on Facebook, twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, Google+ and Clammr: Facebook: @spacetimewithstuartgary twitter: @stuartgary Tumblr: http://spacetimewithstuartgary.tumblr.com/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/2/collection/cabtNB YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhpBkuHSLfIRnliLB12HoC1QE0rwr8qRS Clammr: http://www.clammr.com/app/spacetime If you're enjoying SpaceTime, please help out by sharing and telling your friends. The best recommendation I can get is one from you. Thank you... #astronomy #space #science #technology #news #astrophysics #NASA #mars #aliens 

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Mar 10 2017
27 mins
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