The astronomy and space science news podcast.
*NASA’s Dragonfly to search for life on Titan
NASA has announced a new mission called Dragonfly to study the unique, richly organic world of Titan.
*The Neutrino Observatory at the bottom of the sea
Astronomers are using a huge underwater telescope at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea to study neutrinos generated by some of the most powerful and mysterious events in the universe.
*Scientists get reality check on detecting potentially Earth impacting asteroids
Astronomers have successfully detected a potentially threatening Near Earth Object or NEO – but were only able to confirm it would hit the planet – after it had already impacted.
*South American Solar eclipse
Residents of Chile and Argentina have just experienced a spectacular sunset solar eclipse.
*The Science Report
Europe’s deadly heatwave sets new temperature records.
Exposure to solvents while pregnant may raise the risk of your child having autism.
Israeli intelligence says Russia is behind a sudden spate of GPS failures.
Fossils from one the largest non-dinosaurian birds ever discovered found on the Crimean Peninsula.
A new study says it’s time for people to free the feet.
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