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19 years on Australian Public Radio (as StarStuff), 5 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.
3 new episodes per week...published Monday, Wednesday & Friday. However, no waiting for our supporters who get all three episodes on Monday.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires subscription and macOS 11.4 or higher

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

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

    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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    NASA Sending Two More Choppers to Mars

    NASA Sending Two More Choppers to Mars

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 87
    *NASA to send two more choppers to Mars for sample return mission.
    NASA says its Mars Ingenuity helicopter has been so successful, two more will be built and sent to the red planet to help with the planned sample return mission.
    *Top Secret Space Shuttle sets a record
    The clandestine X-37B space shuttle has shattered its own orbital mission duration record of 780 days in space.
    *China expands its space station
    China has launched the second module of its new Tiangong space station.
    *August Skywatch
    We look at the giant star Antares, Barnard’s star is the second nearest star system to the Sun, and the annual Perseids meteor shower.

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    • 36 min
    Another Russian Promise to Leave the International Space Station

    Another Russian Promise to Leave the International Space Station

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 86
    *Another Russian promise to leave the International Space Station
    Russia have again announced plans to quit the International Space Station sometime after 2024.
    *ExoMars launch date moved to 2028
    The European Space Agency’s EXO-Mars mission to search for signs of past or present life on the red planet – which was to launch in a few weeks’ time -- is now likely to fly in 2028 – ten years after it was first meant to fly.
    *The records continue to tumble for SpaceX and its Falcon 9 rocket
    SpaceX has set a new launch record with its latest Starlink satellite mission.
    *The Science Report
    Plastic pollution stimulating bacterial growth in freshwater lakes.
    Teens who vape are more likely to try cannabis.
    Scientists develop a water-activated disposable paper battery.
    Alex on Tech: new software update for Windows ten users.
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    • 30 min
    Has James Webb Already Found Some of the Earliest Galaxies in the Universe

    Has James Webb Already Found Some of the Earliest Galaxies in the Universe

    The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 85
    *Has James Webb already found some of the earliest galaxies in the universe?
    Astronomers are speculating that NASA’s new James Webb Space Telescope may have already discovered the most distant and hence earliest galaxy in the universe.
    *New telescopes to see gravitational wave sources
    Australia is about to get a new telescope array specifically designed to find the sources of gravitational waves generated by events such as neutron star collisions.
    *Planning continues on the Lunar Gateway space station
    Japan has confirmed its participation in NASA’s proposed new Lunar Gateway Space Station project.
    *The Science Report
    Napping associated with higher risks for high blood pressure and stroke.
    Study shows vitamin D supplements don’t lower the risk of breaking bones.
    How domestic cats manage to live together.
    Skeptic's guide to Uri Geller’s alien invasion

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 86
    *Another Russian promise to leave the International Space Station
    Russia have again announced plans to quit the International Space Station sometime after 2024.
    *ExoMars launch date moved to 2028
    The European Space Agency’s EXO-Mars mission to search for signs of past or present life on the red planet – which was to launch in a few weeks’ time -- is now likely to fly in 2028 – ten years after it was first meant to fly.
    *The records continue to tumble for SpaceX and its Falcon 9 rocket
    SpaceX has set a new launch record with its latest Starlink satellite mission.
    *The Science Report
    Plastic pollution stimulating bacterial growth in freshwater lakes.
    Teens who vape are more likely to try cannabis.
    Scientists develop a water-activated disposable paper battery.
    Alex on Tech: new software update for Windows ten users.

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 87
    *NASA to send two more choppers to Mars for sample return mission.
    NASA says its Mars Ingenuity helicopter has been so successful, two more will be built and sent to the red planet to help with the planned sample return mission.
    *Top Secret Space Shuttle sets a record
    The clandestine X-37B space shuttle has shattered its own orbital mission duration record of 780 days in space.
    *China expands its space station
    China has launched the second module of its new Tiangong space station.
    *August Skywatch
    We look at the giant star Antares, Barnard’s star is the second nearest star system to the Sun, and the annual Perseids meteor shower.

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    #podcast #space #science #astronomy #news #spacetime

    • 26 min
    SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S25E85, 86, & 87 Premium Subscriber Edition

    SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S25E85, 86, & 87 Premium Subscriber Edition

    Premium Subscriber Only Content
    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 85
    *Has James Webb already found some of the earliest galaxies in the universe?
    Astronomers are speculating that NASA’s new James Webb Space Telescope may have already discovered the most distant and hence earliest galaxy in the universe.
    *New telescopes to see gravitational wave sources
    Australia is about to get a new telescope array specifically designed to find the sources of gravitational waves generated by events such as neutron star collisions.
    *Planning continues on the Lunar Gateway space station
    Japan has confirmed its participation in NASA’s proposed new Lunar Gateway Space Station project.
    *The Science Report
    Napping associated with higher risks for high blood pressure and stroke.
    Study shows vitamin D supplements don’t lower the risk of breaking bones.
    How domestic cats manage to live together.
    Skeptic's guide to Uri Geller’s alien invasion

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 86
    *Another Russian promise to leave the International Space Station
    Russia have again announced plans to quit the International Space Station sometime after 2024.
    *ExoMars launch date moved to 2028
    The European Space Agency’s EXO-Mars mission to search for signs of past or present life on the red planet – which was to launch in a few weeks’ time -- is now likely to fly in 2028 – ten years after it was first meant to fly.
    *The records continue to tumble for SpaceX and its Falcon 9 rocket
    SpaceX has set a new launch record with its latest Starlink satellite mission.
    *The Science Report
    Plastic pollution stimulating bacterial growth in freshwater lakes.
    Teens who vape are more likely to try cannabis.
    Scientists develop a water-activated disposable paper battery.
    Alex on Tech: new software update for Windows ten users.

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 87
    *NASA to send two more choppers to Mars for sample return mission.
    NASA says its Mars Ingenuity helicopter has been so successful, two more will be built and sent to the red planet to help with the planned sample return mission.
    *Top Secret Space Shuttle sets a record
    The clandestine X-37B space shuttle has shattered its own orbital mission duration record of 780 days in space.
    *China expands its space station
    China has launched the second module of its new Tiangong space station.
    *August Skywatch
    We look at the giant star Antares, Barnard’s star is the second nearest star system to the Sun, and the annual Perseids meteor shower.

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    You’ll Need to Dig Deep to Find Life on Mars

    You’ll Need to Dig Deep to Find Life on Mars

    SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 84
    *New studies suggest you’ll need to dig deep to find life on Mars
    A new study has confirmed that future Mars rovers will need to drill at least two metres below the red planet’s surface to find any evidence of ancient Martian life – if it ever existed.
    *Mars Helicopter grounded by sensor glitch
    NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has been grounded after suffering a sensor failure.
    *A new joint American and Australian spy satellite launched
    Rocket Lab have successfully launched the first of two new spy satellites for the Australian and United States governments.
    *China launches more spy satellites
    China has launched another pair of Earth observation satellites to keep an eye of its areas of interest.
    *The Science Report
    Climate change wiping out bird species at a dramatic rate.
    New Guidelines warn adults should have no more than 10 standard drinks a week.
    Rare sauropod dinosaur teeth found in outback Queensland.
    Skeptic's guide to Graphology

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    #spacetime #space #science #astronomy #astrophysics #mars #marsupdate

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

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Bogdan Marian ,

Geologist

Very good podcast, roughly 20 minutes with the latest astronomy news, very well detailed and explained that is not dumbed to boring level. For every new term, event, etc. Gary (the presenter) makes a little explanation (for example for: Late heavy bombardment, runaway greenhouse effect, synchrotron radiation, etc.) when these ideas are used in a broader context. The cherry on the cake are the interviews that not only are very informative, but they also help to see (or hear) how the astronomers and astrophysicist come to their conclusions, and Gray has the knowledge to put the right questions and get the right answers that fit the final conclusions of the interviews .
The conversations are relaxed, professional, simple to understand, brings forth lots of information that you cannot find from reading online astronomy news. Gary is a real pro with a passion for bringing astronomy to the public. In fact is my favorite astronomy podcast.

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