Strange Neutron Star Discovered In Stellar Graveyard
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 64
*Strange neutron star discovered in stellar graveyard
Astronomers have discovered a mysterious new type of neutron star. The star named PSR J0901-4046 should be in a category of non-rotating dead neutron stars assigned to a sort of stellar graveyard.
*NASA to launch from Arnhem land this month
NASA has listed June 26th as the preferred launch window for the first of three sounding rocket flights to be conducted from Equatorial Launch Australia’s new Arnhem Space Centre in the Northern Territory’s Gove Peninsula near Nhulunbuy. The flights will be the first for NASA from a commercial launch facility outside of the United States, and the first time the agency’s launched rockets from Australia since 1995, when launches were conducted from the Woomera Rocket Range.
*The world’s biggest rocket Artemis 1 back on the launch pad
NASA’s Artemis 1 SLS Moon rocket is back on the launch pad in Florida after a series of modifications in preparation for another attempt at a pre-launch wet dress rehearsal. It took about ten hours for the massive 98 metre tall rocket to travel the 6.8 kilometre slow crawl from the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Centre — to the neighbouring Space Launch Complex 39B at the Cape Canaveral Space Force base aboard its crawler transporter.
*The Science Report
The world’s first exa-scale supercomputer.
The world’s largest and oldest single plant.
The expanding black hole optical illusion.
Skeptic’s guide to getting impregnated by aliens
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