Black Hole Devouring Neutron Star Detection - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S22E61

Aug 25, 05:48 AM
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*The historic first-ever detection of a Black Hole devouring a Neutron Star
The astronomical community is in overdrive following reports of the possible first ever detection of gravitational waves generated by a black hole devouring a neutron star.
*Jupiter’s ancient planetary collision
A new study claims the solar system’s largest planet – the gas giant Jupiter – may have been involved in a colossal planetary collision 4.5 billion years ago.
*India Moon mission enters lunar orbit
India’s second lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2, has successfully entered lunar orbit.
*Cheops preparing for launch
Final preparations are continuing to get the European Space Agency’s Cheops spacecraft ready for its launch in November.
*The Science Report
Childcare centres on busy roads facing increased air pollution.
New climate change warnings that arctic sea ice could disappear completely during summer.
A new cybersecurity warning following discovery of BlueKeep.
What super-deep diamonds can tell science about Earth’s ancient rocks.
Women no better at multitasking than men.
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