3 episodes

How much do we know about the cosmos that surrounds us?

This podcast will take you outside this earth, a tiny blue sphere, to the infinity of the cosmos. We will talk about nothingness that encompasses everything we know.

How Far In Cosmos‪?‬ Hadiqa

    • Science

How much do we know about the cosmos that surrounds us?

This podcast will take you outside this earth, a tiny blue sphere, to the infinity of the cosmos. We will talk about nothingness that encompasses everything we know.

    Space Updates: Artemis, James Webb Telescope's exoplanets & DART Mission

    Space Updates: Artemis, James Webb Telescope's exoplanets & DART Mission

    The time is ripe for some space updates. We have exciting lunar missions like Artemis underway and some promising news coming from the spectacular James Webb Telescope. And how can we forget the stealthy DART Mission?
    Check out my blog to read more on this! https://bit.ly/3Cii0im

    • 12 min
    Black Holes: The Biggest Mysteries of The Cosmos

    Black Holes: The Biggest Mysteries of The Cosmos

    Black Holes were first theorized in 1915 by Albert Einstein using the Law of General Relativity, and in 1971 we first found evidence for them. However, it wasn't until 2019 that we were able to visualize a black hole, the M87 from Messier Galaxy 87, for the first time ever.
    Black Holes are one of the biggest conundrums of our cosmos and there is still so much to uncover. But will we ever do that in the lifetime of this planet?
    Get a Black Hole 101 here: https://bit.ly/3cMXext
    Sources:
    New NASA Black Hole Sonifications with a Remix
    Black Holes Explanation
    Black Hole Image Makes History; NASA Telescopes Coordinated Observations
    Telescopes Get Extraordinary View of Milky Way's Black Hole

    • 20 min
    Voyager Missions: The Farthest Humanity Has Ever Been

    Voyager Missions: The Farthest Humanity Has Ever Been

    Launched in 1977, Voyager 1 & 2 were originally designed for a two-planetary mission and were supposed to be back within 5 years. They completed their original mission and then some other flyby missions and then went on the longest detour in the history of humanity.
    44 years later, they are now on their journey to see the cosmos, far beyond our own galaxy. Their mission extended - indefinitely.

    • 26 min

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