SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S25E88 Premium Edition - New Record for the Most Distant and Earliest Galaxy Ever Seen SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 88
*New record for the most distant and earliest galaxy ever seen
Astronomers have just set another new record for the most distant and earliest galaxy ever seen – a stellar city dating back to just 250 million years after the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago.
*Earth sets its own new record for the shortest day ever
If the Earth seemed to spin a little faster for you on June 29th – it wasn’t your imagination or your heart fluttering – it really did spin faster – by about 1.59 milliseconds short of a full 24 hours.
*A unique telescope array to study galactic collisions
Macquarie University have unveiled a unique new telescope array designed to search for and study ultra-faint galaxies.
*Explosive Gamma Ray Burst captured for first time in millimetre light
Scientists using ALMA the Atacama Large Millimetre/submillimeter Array radio telescope have for the first-time recorded millimetre-wavelength light from a Gamma Ray Burst – the fiery explosion caused by the merger of a neutron star with another star.
*Another joint Australian and American spy satellite launched from New Zealand
Rocket Labs have launched another joint Australian and American spy satellite aboard their Electron Rocket.
*Dragon capsule debris found in Australia
Debris from the tail fin of the trunk section of a Space-X Dragon capsule has been found on a sheep pasture in the Australian Snowy mountains.
*China launches a new solid fuel rocket
China have undertaken the maiden flight of a new small payload rocket.
*The Science Report
Huanan wet markets in Wuhan confirmed as the epicenter for the spread of COVID-19.
Almost half of all Australian’s have now had COVID.
A new strain of Monkey Pox showing new and different symptoms.
Scientists say that the salt in ocean-spray might hinder lightning.
New Study says there was only one T-Rex species.
Alex on Tech upgradeable appliances
Skeptic's guide to scarry Scotland


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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 88
*New record for the most distant and earliest galaxy ever seen
Astronomers have just set another new record for the most distant and earliest galaxy ever seen – a stellar city dating back to just 250 million years after the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago.
*Earth sets its own new record for the shortest day ever
If the Earth seemed to spin a little faster for you on June 29th – it wasn’t your imagination or your heart fluttering – it really did spin faster – by about 1.59 milliseconds short of a full 24 hours.
*A unique telescope array to study galactic collisions
Macquarie University have unveiled a unique new telescope array designed to search for and study ultra-faint galaxies.
*Explosive Gamma Ray Burst captured for first time in millimetre light
Scientists using ALMA the Atacama Large Millimetre/submillimeter Array radio telescope have for the first-time recorded millimetre-wavelength light from a Gamma Ray Burst – the fiery explosion caused by the merger of a neutron star with another star.
*Another joint Australian and American spy satellite launched from New Zealand
Rocket Labs have launched another joint Australian and American spy satellite aboard their Electron Rocket.
*Dragon capsule debris found in Australia
Debris from the tail fin of the trunk section of a Space-X Dragon capsule has been found on a sheep pasture in the Australian Snowy mountains.
*China launches a new solid fuel rocket
China have undertaken the maiden flight of a new small payload rocket.
*The Science Report
Huanan wet markets in Wuhan confirmed as the epicenter for the spread of COVID-19.
Almost half of all Australian’s have now had COVID.
A new strain of Monkey Pox showing new and different symptoms.
Scientists say that the salt in ocean-spray might hinder lightning.
New Study says there was only one T-Rex species.
Alex on Tech upgradeable appliances
Skeptic's guide to scarry Scotland


Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com/listen

For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ
If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen to. Thank you…
#podcast #space #science #astronomy #news #jwst

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