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19 years on Australian Public Radio (as StarStuff), 6 years of podcasting and counting. We have a lot of content to share with you.
Recognized worldwide by our listeners and industry experts as one of the best and most thoroughly researched programs on Astronomy, Technology, Space, and Science News.
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19 years on Australian Public Radio (as StarStuff), 6 years of podcasting and counting. We have a lot of content to share with you.
Recognized worldwide by our listeners and industry experts as one of the best and most thoroughly researched programs on Astronomy, Technology, Space, and Science News.
Keep up-to-date and learn something new with every episode. New episodes weekly. Published Mondays for our subscribers and publicly on Wednesdays.
Show your support for SpaceTime, help us reach our goals with early access to commercial-free episodes and bonuses via Supercast, Patreon, Apple Podcasts and YouTube.
Links at https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com
Enjoy!

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    Are the Sun’s Solar Cycles Getting Weaker

    Are the Sun’s Solar Cycles Getting Weaker

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 130
    *Are the Sun’s solar cycles getting weaker
    New computer modelling suggests the Sun’s 11 year solar cycle is getting weaker, and scientists aren’t sure how that will affect the Earth.
    *New NASA climate change mission ready to launch
    NASA has greenlighted the launch of its Surface Water and Ocean Topography or SWOT spacecraft on December 12. The two thousand kilogram satellite will fly aboard a Falcon 9 rocket from the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California and provide high-definition data on the salt- and fresh water on Earth’s surface.
    *Mars was once covered by 300 metre deep oceans
    A new study claims that the red planet Mars was once blue and covered in a 300 metre deep ocean.
    *Another scrub for Southern Launch
    Storm damage has delayed the launch of ATSpace’s Kestrel 1 rocket from Southern Launches’ Whalers Way space complex near Port Lincoln.
    *The Science Report
    One in eight deaths in 2019 were linked to bacterial infections.
    Even if you’ve had COVID-19 – getting a vaccine can still help prevent you getting it again.
    The genome of Australia’s floral emblem, the golden wattle sequenced for the first time.
    Skeptics guide to the growing popularity of paranormal TV

    This week’s talent includes:

    Professor Andy Tomkins from Monash University

    SWOT Project Scientist Lee-Lueng-Fu

    SWOT Mechanical Engineer Phoebe Rhodes-Wickett

    Karin Instrument Systems Engineer Eva Peral

    SWOT Project Manager Parag Vaze

    And our regular guests:

    Alex Zaharov-Reutt from iTWire.com

    Tim Mendham from Australian Skeptics

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    • 25 min
    Are We Seeing the First Light in the Universe?

    Are We Seeing the First Light in the Universe?

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 129
    *Are we seeing the first light in the universe
    The Webb Space Telescope is now unveiling what could be light from the very first stars in the universe – revealing a very rich cosmos where the first forming galaxies look remarkably different from the mature galaxies seen around us today.
    *Innermost structure of quasar jet
    Astronomers using a global network of radio telescopes have observed the narrowing of a quasar jet for the first time.
    *NASA’s Perseverance Rover spots some intriguing Martian bedrock
    NASA’s car sized six wheeled Mars Perseverance rover is targeting a new sediment-rich bed rock outcrop at the base of Jezero Crater’s river delta.
    *Another five spy satellites launched by Beijing
    China has launched another five spy satellites bringing Beijing’s total constellation of surveillance or reconnaissance spacecraft to over 232.
    *The Science Report
    Study shows droughts to floods impacted 14.3 million people in the South-Western Pacific last year.
    Could Diastolic blood pressure be a cause of a neurotic personality trait.
    Warnings that the life span of honey bees has decreased by 50 percent since the 1970s.
    Alex on Tech AirPods vs hearing aids
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    • 29 min
    Orion’s Historic Journey Around the Moon

    Orion’s Historic Journey Around the Moon

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 128
    *Orion’s historic journey around the Moon
    NASA’s Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft has arrived safely in lunar orbit and has now well into its distant retrograde orbit which is taking the mission some 92,195 kilometres beyond the Moon – further than any other human rated spaceship.
    *Scientists find a field full of meteorites from asteroid explosion over South Australia
    Scientists have discovered one of the largest meteorite-strewn fields in Australia. The six kilometre long ellipse fall zone located north of the outback South Australian town of Port Augusta was created by the airburst of a large meteor about one and a half metres wide back on July 31st in 2013.
    *NASA’s planetary defense team successfully predicts an asteroid impact
    In the early hours of Saturday, November 19, the skies over southern Ontario, Canada, lit up as a tiny metre wide asteroid streaked across the sky high in Earth’s atmosphere, broke up, and scattered into dozens of small meteorites over the southern coastline of Lake Ontario. What makes this one special is that it’s only the sixth time ever that a space rock has been detected in space and identified as potential Earth impactors before it hit.
    *China’s confrontation with the Philippines to steal space junk debris from a Chinese rocket
    A Chinese Coast Guard vessel has twice blocked a Philippine rubber patrol boat before forcibly seizing a large section of space junk debris from a Long March 5B rocket which felt to Earth in Filipino territory.
    The Science Report
    80% of Australia's total COVID-19 deaths have occurred since Omicron variant took over.
    Vitamin C could help kids if their moms smoked while pregnant.
    Why you get fluffy floaties and stinky sinkies.
    Skeptics guide to tighter controls of alternative medicine practitioners
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    • 28 min
    How Black Holes Control Star Formation

    How Black Holes Control Star Formation

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 127
    *How black holes control star formation
    New observations using NASA’s Webb Space Telescope are showing astronomers how black holes control star formation in galaxies.
    *Euclid completes thermal vacuum testing
    The European Space Agency's new Euclid spacecraft has completed a key phase of its pre-flight thermal testing program as engineers and scientists prepare the probe for next year's launch to orbit.
    *Last Atlas V launch from California
    Skywatchers have witnessed a bit of history with the last ever launch of an Atlas V rocket from the Californian coast.
    *More Chinese space junk pollutes low Earth orbit
    Another Chinese rocket has exploded in orbit, The latest incident involved a Long March 6A rocket carrying the Yunhai 3 spy satellite into orbit from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in Shanxi province.
    *The Science Report
    Discovery of a link between exposure to pollution and low birth weight in babies.
    A new breed of rice that could be more sustainable.
    Study finds that being young, male, religious, with a high income makes you more likely to gamble.
    Skeptics guide to avoiding hangovers
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    • 26 min
    Hubble Captures Three Faces of an Evolving Supernova

    Hubble Captures Three Faces of an Evolving Supernova

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 126
    *Hubble captures three faces of an evolving supernova
    NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has images three different moments at once in a far-off supernova explosion that happened 11 billion years ago.
    *New study claims planets grow with their host stars
    A new study suggests planetary formation in the Solar System started much earlier than previously thought, with the building blocks of planets growing at the same time as the Sun.
    *A new prototype robotic Venus balloon aces its first flight tests on Earth
    A scaled-down version of the aerobot that could one day take to the super dense skies of Venus has successfully completed two Nevada test flights, marking a major milestone for the project.
    *Space Force Space Shuttle returns to Earth from record breaking mission
    A United States Space Force X-37B space shuttle has successfully returned to Earth following a record breaking 908 days in orbit.
    *The Science Report
    Scientists develop a vaccine targeting the dangerous synthetic opioid fentanyl.
    Warnings that large dams could be separating platypus communities
    China develops its own copy of America’s stealth bomber.
    Alex on Tech at the Qualcomm Snapdragon summit
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    • 29 min
    Lift off : NASA’s Artemis-1 Mega Rocket Launches Orion to Moon

    Lift off : NASA’s Artemis-1 Mega Rocket Launches Orion to Moon

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 125
    *Lift off NASA’s Artemis-1 Mega Rocket Launches Orion to Moon
    The world’s most powerful rocket NASA’s Space Launch System has successfully blasted into orbit on its maiden flight. The spectacular nighttime launch from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida carried the Artemis-1 Orion spacecraft on the first leg of a journey that will ultimately return humans to the Moon.
    *NASA's CAPSTONE arrives at the moon
    NASA’s CAPSTONE spacecraft has successfully slipped into lunar orbit becoming the first cubesat to complete the journey.
    *A solar snake slithers across the Sun
    The European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter has imaged a massive flash of plasma streaking a third of the way across the face of the Sun.
    *The Science Report
    Prepare for increases in flooding and droughts caused by an acceleration of the El Niño–Southern Oscillation due to climate change.
    Fraser Island responsible for creating the Great Barrier Reef.
    Are you smarter than a fifth grader.
    Skeptics guide predictions on major disaster in Ireland
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    • 41 min

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Sturart Gary continues to serve up one of the best podcasts on astronomy and cosmology there is.
Aimed at both the hardend 'space nut' and the 'newcomer' alike , he both educates and informs his audience on all the latest news in the field. A great mix of interviews and discection of the latest papers ,space missions and discoveries.

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