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  • S03E58: Starship's Fourth Flight & Artemis Accords: SpaceX's Next Leap and NASA's Global Vision

    25 MAY 2024 · Embark on a celestial journey with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, guides you through the latest cosmic updates. We'll kick off with SpaceX's preparations for the fourth Starship flight test, aiming for a June 5 lift-off. Next, we'll delve into NASA's participation in an Artemis Accords workshop promoting safe and sustainable space exploration. Then, we'll marvel at a spectacular meteor event over Spain and Portugal captured by advanced atmospheric monitoring technologies. We'll also update you on Boeing's Starliner crew capsule and its upcoming mission to the International Space Station. Finally, we'll explore new algorithms being developed to protect satellites in the increasingly crowded space around Earth. (00:00) This episode of Astronomy Daily explores the latest advancements from SpaceX (01:01) SpaceX is preparing for its fourth starship test flight scheduled for June 5 (03:45) NASA participated in an international workshop to advance the Artemis Accords (05:43) ESA satellite captures stunning meteor over Spain and Portugal on May 18 (07:29) NASA and Boeing confirm that Starliner is safe despite minor helium leak (08:57) Pakistani cubesat launched with China's Chang'e six mission sends back data (10:42) University of Central Florida developing algorithms to protect satellites from potential collisions For an astronomical experience, visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for the latest news, sign up for our free newsletter, and check out exclusive sponsor deals. Connect with us on X (@AstroDailyPod) for engaging discussions with fellow space aficionados. This is Anna, reminding you to keep your gaze fixed on the heavens. Until our next stellar episode, let the cosmos ignite your curiosity and wonder. Clear skies and cosmic discoveries to all! Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/astronomy-daily-the-podcast--5648921/support. https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ https://www.bitesz.com Sponsors https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass. https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/sponsors/
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    S03E58 Premium: Starship's Fourth Flight & Artemis Accords: SpaceX's Next Leap and NASA's Global Vision

    25 MAY 2024 · Embark on a celestial journey with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, guides you through the latest cosmic updates. We'll kick off with SpaceX's preparations for the fourth Starship flight test, aiming for a June 5 lift-off. Next, we'll delve into NASA's participation in an Artemis Accords workshop promoting safe and sustainable space exploration. Then, we'll marvel at a spectacular meteor event over Spain and Portugal captured by advanced atmospheric monitoring technologies. We'll also update you on Boeing's Starliner crew capsule and its upcoming mission to the International Space Station. Finally, we'll explore new algorithms being developed to protect satellites in the increasingly crowded space around Earth. (00:00) This episode of Astronomy Daily explores the latest advancements from SpaceX (01:01) SpaceX is preparing for its fourth starship test flight scheduled for June 5 (03:45) NASA participated in an international workshop to advance the Artemis Accords (05:43) ESA satellite captures stunning meteor over Spain and Portugal on May 18 (07:29) NASA and Boeing confirm that Starliner is safe despite minor helium leak (08:57) Pakistani cubesat launched with China's Chang'e six mission sends back data (10:42) University of Central Florida developing algorithms to protect satellites from potential collisions For an astronomical experience, visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for the latest news, sign up for our free newsletter, and check out exclusive sponsor deals. Connect with us on X (@AstroDailyPod) for engaging discussions with fellow space aficionados. This is Anna, reminding you to keep your gaze fixed on the heavens. Until our next stellar episode, let the cosmos ignite your curiosity and wonder. Clear skies and cosmic discoveries to all! Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/astronomy-daily-the-podcast--5648921/support.www.astronomydaily.io  www.bitesz.com Sponsors https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass. https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/sponsors/
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  • S03E57: Starlink Surge & Artemis Delays: SpaceX's Triumphs and NASA's Challenges

    24 MAY 2024 · Embark on a celestial journey with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, guides you through the latest cosmic updates. We'll kick off with SpaceX's rapid-fire launches, delivering 23 Starlink satellites into orbit in under 48 hours. Next, we delve into NASA's Artemis program and its Gateway lunar space station, facing some delays but making significant progress. We'll then explore a groundbreaking proposal for a 14-meter infrared space telescope, Saltus, aimed at uncovering our cosmic origins. Discover NASA's massive new catalog of exoplanets, shedding light on potentially habitable worlds, and learn about the recent discovery of an "evil twin" to Venus, providing crucial insights into life's necessary conditions. Finally, we'll discuss the controversy surrounding the U.S. Space Force's proposal to build new telescopes in Hawaii and the local opposition it faces. (00:00) This week's Astronomy Daily features exciting updates in space and astronomy. (00:51) SpaceX launches 23 Starlink satellites in less than 48 hours. (05:36) NASA's Artemis program faces delays with the Gateway lunar space station.(08:29) A new proposal for a 14-meter infrared space telescope, Saltus. (12:15) NASA's new catalog of exoplanets and their potential for habitability. (15:47) Discovery of Gliese 12 b, an "evil twin" to Venus. (19:23) Controversy over the U.S. Space Force's new telescope project in Hawaii. For an astronomical experience, visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/for the latest news, sign up for our free newsletter, and check out exclusive sponsor deals. Connect with us on X (@AstroDailyPod) for engaging discussions with fellow space aficionados. This is Anna, reminding you to keep your gaze fixed on the heavens. Until our next stellar episode, let the cosmos ignite your curiosity and wonder. Clear skies and cosmic discoveries to all! Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/astronomy-daily-the-podcast--5648921/support. www.astronomydaily.io www.bitesz.com Sponsors https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass. https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/sponsors/
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    S03E57 Premium: Starlink Surge & Artemis Delays: SpaceX's Triumphs and NASA's Challenges

    24 MAY 2024 · Embark on a celestial journey with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, guides you through the latest cosmic updates. We'll kick off with SpaceX's rapid-fire launches, delivering 23 Starlink satellites into orbit in under 48 hours. Next, we delve into NASA's Artemis program and its Gateway lunar space station, facing some delays but making significant progress. We'll then explore a groundbreaking proposal for a 14-meter infrared space telescope, Saltus, aimed at uncovering our cosmic origins. Discover NASA's massive new catalog of exoplanets, shedding light on potentially habitable worlds, and learn about the recent discovery of an "evil twin" to Venus, providing crucial insights into life's necessary conditions. Finally, we'll discuss the controversy surrounding the U.S. Space Force's proposal to build new telescopes in Hawaii and the local opposition it faces. (00:00) This week's Astronomy Daily features exciting updates in space and astronomy. (00:51) SpaceX launches 23 Starlink satellites in less than 48 hours. (05:36) NASA's Artemis program faces delays with the Gateway lunar space station. (08:29) A new proposal for a 14-meter infrared space telescope, Saltus. (12:15) NASA's new catalog of exoplanets and their potential for habitability. (15:47) Discovery of Gliese 12 b, an "evil twin" to Venus. (19:23) Controversy over the U.S. Space Force's new telescope project in Hawaii For an astronomical experience, visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for the latest news, sign up for our free newsletter, and check out exclusive sponsor deals. Connect with us on X (@AstroDailyPod) for engaging discussions with fellow space aficionados. This is Anna, reminding you to keep your gaze fixed on the heavens. Until our next stellar episode, let the cosmos ignite your curiosity and wonder. Clear skies and cosmic discoveries to all! www.astronomydaily.io www.bitesz.com Sponosor: https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass.
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  • S03E56: Starliner's Set Stage & Psyche's Stellar Progress: Pioneering the Space Frontier

    23 MAY 2024 · Embark on a cosmic voyage with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, steers us through the latest developments in the universe. We're launching with NASA's new launch date for Boeing's Starliner crew flight test, aiming for a June 1 lift-off. Then, we'll glide over to NASA's Psyche mission as it sails towards a metal-rich asteroid using ion propulsion, passing its six-month health check with flying colors.We'll also dive into a paradigm-shifting study on the sun's magnetic fields, potentially redefining our understanding of solar phenomena. And don't miss our conversation with Dr. Tom Marshburn on the medical marvels being uncovered in the microgravity of space, promising a healthier future for us on Earth.Finally, we'll touch down at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, where SpaceX's Dragon capsule has found a new home, inspiring the next generation of space explorers. (00:00) This week's Astronomy Daily features some fascinating updates in space and astronomy (00:51) NASA sets June 1 as earliest possible opportunity for Boeing's Starliner crew test (05:36) New research suggests the sun's magnetic fields originate from much shallower processes (08:29) Research into how space affects astronauts is driving medical breakthroughs on Earth For an astronomical experience, visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for the latest news, sign up for our free newsletter, and check out exclusive sponsor deals. Connect with us on X (@AstroDailyPod) for engaging discussions with fellow space aficionados.This is Anna, reminding you to keep your gaze fixed on the heavens. Until our next stellar episode, let the cosmos ignite your curiosity and wonder. Clear skies and cosmic discoveries to all! Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/astronomy-daily-the-podcast--5648921/support. www.astronomydaily.io www.bitesz.com Sponsor https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass.
    13m 9s
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    S03E56 Premium: Starliner's Set Stage & Psyche's Stellar Progress: Pioneering the Space Frontier

    23 MAY 2024 · Embark on a cosmic voyage with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, steers us through the latest developments in the universe. We're launching with NASA's new launch date for Boeing's Starliner crew flight test, aiming for a June 1 lift-off. Then, we'll glide over to NASA's Psyche mission as it sails towards a metal-rich asteroid using ion propulsion, passing its six-month health check with flying colors.We'll also dive into a paradigm-shifting study on the sun's magnetic fields, potentially redefining our understanding of solar phenomena. And don't miss our conversation with Dr. Tom Marshburn on the medical marvels being uncovered in the microgravity of space, promising a healthier future for us on Earth.Finally, we'll touch down at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, where SpaceX's Dragon capsule has found a new home, inspiring the next generation of space explorers. (00:00) This week's Astronomy Daily features some fascinating updates in space and astronomy (00:51) NASA sets June 1 as earliest possible opportunity for Boeing's Starliner crew test (05:36) New research suggests the sun's magnetic fields originate from much shallower processes (08:29) Research into how space affects astronauts is driving medical breakthroughs on Earth For an astronomical experience, visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for the latest news, sign up for our free newsletter, and check out exclusive sponsor deals. Connect with us on X (@AstroDailyPod) for engaging discussions with fellow space aficionados.This is Anna, reminding you to keep your gaze fixed on the heavens. Until our next stellar episode, let the cosmos ignite your curiosity and wonder. Clear skies and cosmic discoveries to all!Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/astronomy-daily-the-podcast--5648921/support. www.astronomydaily.io www.bitesz.com Sponsor https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass.
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    13m 9s
  • S03E55: Moon Rocks & Exoplanet Blocks: China's Chang'e 6 and NASA's Roman Revolution

    22 MAY 2024 · Prepare for a celestial expedition on today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your guide through the galaxy, Anna, delivers an enthralling lineup of cosmic news. We're setting our sights on China's Chang'e 6 mission as it embarks on a groundbreaking sample return quest from the moon's far side. Then, we'll venture into the future of exoplanet imaging with NASA's Roman Space Telescope and its pioneering coronagraph instrument. Plus, we'll uncover how the dimming glow of plants could herald the onset of flash droughts on Earth, offering a vital early warning system for our agriculture. (00:00) This week's featured stories include China's Chang'e-6 lunar mission (00:53) China's Chang'e-6  mission is gearing up for an ambitious sample return mission (02:56) NASA scientists find early warning signal for flash droughts using satellite data (06:33) Astronomy Day stories are told. Back soon with more exciting updates Join us as we navigate these stories and more, ensuring you're always starstruck by the latest developments in space exploration. Don't forget to visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/to immerse yourself in our episode back catalog, sign up for our free daily newsletter, and catch up on the latest space and astronomy news. Plus, take advantage of exclusive sponsor deals from NordPass, NordVPN, Protonmail, Amazon, and others.  Until our next stellar encounter, this is Anna wishing you clear skies and cosmic curiosities. Thanks for tuning in to Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where stories of the stars are always unfolding.
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    S03E55 Premium: Moon Rocks & Exoplanet Blocks: China's Chang'e 6 and NASA's Roman Revolution

    22 MAY 2024 · Prepare for a celestial expedition on today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your guide through the galaxy, Anna, delivers an enthralling lineup of cosmic news. We're setting our sights on China's Chang'e 6 mission as it embarks on a groundbreaking sample return quest from the moon's far side. Then, we'll venture into the future of exoplanet imaging with NASA's Roman Space Telescope and its pioneering coronagraph instrument. Plus, we'll uncover how the dimming glow of plants could herald the onset of flash droughts on Earth, offering a vital early warning system for our agriculture. (00:00) This week's featured stories include China's Chang six lunar mission (00:53) China's Chang'e-6  mission is gearing up for an ambitious sample return mission (02:56) NASA scientists find early warning signal for flash droughts using satellite data (06:33) Astronomy Day stories are told. Back soon with more exciting updates Join us as we navigate these stories and more, ensuring you're always starstruck by the latest developments in space exploration. Don't forget to visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ to immerse yourself in our episode back catalog, sign up for our free daily newsletter, and catch up on the latest space and astronomy news. Plus, take advantage of exclusive sponsor deals from NordPass, NordVPN, Protonmail, Amazon, and others.  Until our next stellar encounter, this is Anna wishing you clear skies and cosmic curiosities. Thanks for tuning in to Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where stories of the stars are always unfolding.
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  • S03E54: Sierra Space's Tenacity & Webb's Puffy Planet Puzzle: The Week in Space

    21 MAY 2024 · Embark on an astronomical adventure with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, unpacks a cosmic array of space news and scientific revelations. Today's journey takes us from the Kennedy Space Center, where Sierra Space's Dream Chaser Tenacity is poised to redefine cargo delivery to the ISS, to the flurry of global launches that underscore an unprecedented era of space exploration. We'll dissect a new NASA study that could revolutionize how we tackle the escalating issue of orbital debris. Plus, we dive into the enigmatic exoplanet WASP-107b, whose secrets are being unraveled by the James Webb Space Telescope, and discuss the concerning research from Nanjing University that Mars may be more vulnerable to asteroid impacts than Earth. (00:00) This podcast features the latest in space and astronomy news (01:15) This week features multiple significant launches, highlighting the relentless pace of space exploration (03:46) Researchers using NASA's James Webb Space Telescope have unveiled why WASP 107 b is puffy As we navigate these stories and more, remember to visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for our episode back catalog, sign up for our free daily newsletter, and follow the latest space and astronomy news. For those who prefer YouTube, find us there and subscribe—the link is on our website and in the show notes. Join us as we gaze into the cosmos, seeking clarity in the night sky and marveling at the starry wonders above. Until our next cosmic rendezvous, this is Anna wishing you clear skies and starry nights. Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@astrodailypod https://www.youtube.com/@astrodailypod This episode is brought to you with the support of NordPass....the password manger (and major stress reliever) that you need in your life. Plus, it doesn't cost very much if you use our special link. For details visit https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass. - thank you.
    6m 25s
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    S03E54 Premium: Sierra Space's Tenacity & Webb's Puffy Planet Puzzle: The Week in Space

    21 MAY 2024 · Embark on an astronomical adventure with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, unpacks a cosmic array of space news and scientific revelations. Today's journey takes us from the Kennedy Space Center, where Sierra Space's Dream Chaser Tenacity is poised to redefine cargo delivery to the ISS, to the flurry of global launches that underscore an unprecedented era of space exploration. We'll dissect a new NASA study that could revolutionize how we tackle the escalating issue of orbital debris. Plus, we dive into the enigmatic exoplanet WASP-107b, whose secrets are being unraveled by the James Webb Space Telescope, and discuss the concerning research from Nanjing University that Mars may be more vulnerable to asteroid impacts than Earth. (00:00) This podcast features the latest in space and astronomy news (01:15) This week features multiple significant launches, highlighting the relentless pace of space exploration (03:46) Researchers using NASA's James Webb Space Telescope have unveiled why WASP 107 b is puffy As we navigate these stories and more, remember to visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for our episode back catalog, sign up for our free daily newsletter, and follow the latest space and astronomy news. For those who prefer YouTube, find us there and subscribe—the link is on our website and in the show notes. Join us as we gaze into the cosmos, seeking clarity in the night sky and marveling at the starry wonders above. Until our next cosmic rendezvous, this is Anna wishing you clear skies and starry nights. Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@astrodailypod  Sponsor: This episode is brought to you with the support of NordPass....the password manger (and major stress reliever) that you need in your life. Plus, it doesn't cost very much if you use our special link. For details visithttps://www.bitesz.com/nordpass. - thank you.
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    S03E58 Premium: Starship's Fourth Flight & Artemis Accords: SpaceX's Next Leap and NASA's Global Vision

    25 MAY 2024 · Embark on a celestial journey with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, guides you through the latest cosmic updates. We'll kick off with SpaceX's preparations for the fourth Starship flight test, aiming for a June 5 lift-off. Next, we'll delve into NASA's participation in an Artemis Accords workshop promoting safe and sustainable space exploration. Then, we'll marvel at a spectacular meteor event over Spain and Portugal captured by advanced atmospheric monitoring technologies. We'll also update you on Boeing's Starliner crew capsule and its upcoming mission to the International Space Station. Finally, we'll explore new algorithms being developed to protect satellites in the increasingly crowded space around Earth. (00:00) This episode of Astronomy Daily explores the latest advancements from SpaceX (01:01) SpaceX is preparing for its fourth starship test flight scheduled for June 5 (03:45) NASA participated in an international workshop to advance the Artemis Accords (05:43) ESA satellite captures stunning meteor over Spain and Portugal on May 18 (07:29) NASA and Boeing confirm that Starliner is safe despite minor helium leak (08:57) Pakistani cubesat launched with China's Chang'e six mission sends back data (10:42) University of Central Florida developing algorithms to protect satellites from potential collisions For an astronomical experience, visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for the latest news, sign up for our free newsletter, and check out exclusive sponsor deals. Connect with us on X (@AstroDailyPod) for engaging discussions with fellow space aficionados. This is Anna, reminding you to keep your gaze fixed on the heavens. Until our next stellar episode, let the cosmos ignite your curiosity and wonder. Clear skies and cosmic discoveries to all! Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/astronomy-daily-the-podcast--5648921/support.www.astronomydaily.io  www.bitesz.com Sponsors https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass. https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/sponsors/
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    S03E57 Premium: Starlink Surge & Artemis Delays: SpaceX's Triumphs and NASA's Challenges

    24 MAY 2024 · Embark on a celestial journey with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, guides you through the latest cosmic updates. We'll kick off with SpaceX's rapid-fire launches, delivering 23 Starlink satellites into orbit in under 48 hours. Next, we delve into NASA's Artemis program and its Gateway lunar space station, facing some delays but making significant progress. We'll then explore a groundbreaking proposal for a 14-meter infrared space telescope, Saltus, aimed at uncovering our cosmic origins. Discover NASA's massive new catalog of exoplanets, shedding light on potentially habitable worlds, and learn about the recent discovery of an "evil twin" to Venus, providing crucial insights into life's necessary conditions. Finally, we'll discuss the controversy surrounding the U.S. Space Force's proposal to build new telescopes in Hawaii and the local opposition it faces. (00:00) This week's Astronomy Daily features exciting updates in space and astronomy. (00:51) SpaceX launches 23 Starlink satellites in less than 48 hours. (05:36) NASA's Artemis program faces delays with the Gateway lunar space station. (08:29) A new proposal for a 14-meter infrared space telescope, Saltus. (12:15) NASA's new catalog of exoplanets and their potential for habitability. (15:47) Discovery of Gliese 12 b, an "evil twin" to Venus. (19:23) Controversy over the U.S. Space Force's new telescope project in Hawaii For an astronomical experience, visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for the latest news, sign up for our free newsletter, and check out exclusive sponsor deals. Connect with us on X (@AstroDailyPod) for engaging discussions with fellow space aficionados. This is Anna, reminding you to keep your gaze fixed on the heavens. Until our next stellar episode, let the cosmos ignite your curiosity and wonder. Clear skies and cosmic discoveries to all! www.astronomydaily.io www.bitesz.com Sponosor: https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass.
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    S03E56 Premium: Starliner's Set Stage & Psyche's Stellar Progress: Pioneering the Space Frontier

    23 MAY 2024 · Embark on a cosmic voyage with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, steers us through the latest developments in the universe. We're launching with NASA's new launch date for Boeing's Starliner crew flight test, aiming for a June 1 lift-off. Then, we'll glide over to NASA's Psyche mission as it sails towards a metal-rich asteroid using ion propulsion, passing its six-month health check with flying colors.We'll also dive into a paradigm-shifting study on the sun's magnetic fields, potentially redefining our understanding of solar phenomena. And don't miss our conversation with Dr. Tom Marshburn on the medical marvels being uncovered in the microgravity of space, promising a healthier future for us on Earth.Finally, we'll touch down at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, where SpaceX's Dragon capsule has found a new home, inspiring the next generation of space explorers. (00:00) This week's Astronomy Daily features some fascinating updates in space and astronomy (00:51) NASA sets June 1 as earliest possible opportunity for Boeing's Starliner crew test (05:36) New research suggests the sun's magnetic fields originate from much shallower processes (08:29) Research into how space affects astronauts is driving medical breakthroughs on Earth For an astronomical experience, visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for the latest news, sign up for our free newsletter, and check out exclusive sponsor deals. Connect with us on X (@AstroDailyPod) for engaging discussions with fellow space aficionados.This is Anna, reminding you to keep your gaze fixed on the heavens. Until our next stellar episode, let the cosmos ignite your curiosity and wonder. Clear skies and cosmic discoveries to all!Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/astronomy-daily-the-podcast--5648921/support. www.astronomydaily.io www.bitesz.com Sponsor https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass.
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    S03E55 Premium: Moon Rocks & Exoplanet Blocks: China's Chang'e 6 and NASA's Roman Revolution

    22 MAY 2024 · Prepare for a celestial expedition on today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your guide through the galaxy, Anna, delivers an enthralling lineup of cosmic news. We're setting our sights on China's Chang'e 6 mission as it embarks on a groundbreaking sample return quest from the moon's far side. Then, we'll venture into the future of exoplanet imaging with NASA's Roman Space Telescope and its pioneering coronagraph instrument. Plus, we'll uncover how the dimming glow of plants could herald the onset of flash droughts on Earth, offering a vital early warning system for our agriculture. (00:00) This week's featured stories include China's Chang six lunar mission (00:53) China's Chang'e-6  mission is gearing up for an ambitious sample return mission (02:56) NASA scientists find early warning signal for flash droughts using satellite data (06:33) Astronomy Day stories are told. Back soon with more exciting updates Join us as we navigate these stories and more, ensuring you're always starstruck by the latest developments in space exploration. Don't forget to visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ to immerse yourself in our episode back catalog, sign up for our free daily newsletter, and catch up on the latest space and astronomy news. Plus, take advantage of exclusive sponsor deals from NordPass, NordVPN, Protonmail, Amazon, and others.  Until our next stellar encounter, this is Anna wishing you clear skies and cosmic curiosities. Thanks for tuning in to Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where stories of the stars are always unfolding.
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    S03E54 Premium: Sierra Space's Tenacity & Webb's Puffy Planet Puzzle: The Week in Space

    21 MAY 2024 · Embark on an astronomical adventure with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, unpacks a cosmic array of space news and scientific revelations. Today's journey takes us from the Kennedy Space Center, where Sierra Space's Dream Chaser Tenacity is poised to redefine cargo delivery to the ISS, to the flurry of global launches that underscore an unprecedented era of space exploration. We'll dissect a new NASA study that could revolutionize how we tackle the escalating issue of orbital debris. Plus, we dive into the enigmatic exoplanet WASP-107b, whose secrets are being unraveled by the James Webb Space Telescope, and discuss the concerning research from Nanjing University that Mars may be more vulnerable to asteroid impacts than Earth. (00:00) This podcast features the latest in space and astronomy news (01:15) This week features multiple significant launches, highlighting the relentless pace of space exploration (03:46) Researchers using NASA's James Webb Space Telescope have unveiled why WASP 107 b is puffy As we navigate these stories and more, remember to visit our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/ for our episode back catalog, sign up for our free daily newsletter, and follow the latest space and astronomy news. For those who prefer YouTube, find us there and subscribe—the link is on our website and in the show notes. Join us as we gaze into the cosmos, seeking clarity in the night sky and marveling at the starry wonders above. Until our next cosmic rendezvous, this is Anna wishing you clear skies and starry nights. Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@astrodailypod  Sponsor: This episode is brought to you with the support of NordPass....the password manger (and major stress reliever) that you need in your life. Plus, it doesn't cost very much if you use our special link. For details visithttps://www.bitesz.com/nordpass. - thank you.
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    6m 25s
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    S03E53 Premium: Boeing's Persistent Pauses & Blue Origin's Octogenarian Odyssey: The Space Race's New Peaks

    20 MAY 2024 · Strap in for an intergalactic update with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Steve Dunkley, brings you the latest space headlines with the help of our celebrity AI, Hallie.  In this episode, we navigate the latest setbacks of Boeing's Starliner as it faces another launch delay and delve into Blue Origin's record-breaking spaceflight with the oldest astronaut to date.  Plus, we take a virtual moonwalk with NASA's Artemis Moonwalk rehearsals in the Arizona desert, giving us a sneak peek at the future of lunar exploration. (00:00) Steve Dunkley: Boeing Starliner has been delayed again (02:00) First crewed launch of Boeing Starliner delayed again due to technical issue (07:33) NASA conducting field test in Arizona to prepare for future moonwalks  For an out-of-this-world experience, head over to our website at https://www.bitesz.com/show/astronomy-daily-the-podcast/, and join the conversation on X (@AstroDailyPod) for your daily dose of cosmic news and stellar discussions. Make sure to check out our Astronomy Daily X page for intriguing stories and captivating photos from NASA's mock moonwalks. Until our next celestial broadcast, this is Steve reminding you to keep your telescopes tuned and your curiosity charged. Clear skies and boundless adventures to all our space aficionados! This episode is brought to you by our universal sponsors, including NordPass, the password manager that's as indispensable as a star chart for navigating the digital cosmos. Find our exclusive offer at https://www.bitesz.com/nordpass.and explore more sponsor deals on our website.
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    S03E52 Premium: Hubble's Triple Star Triumph & Starliner's Stalled Ascent (Again)

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The Astronomy Daily Podcast team brings you a summary of the days Space and Astronomy News so you never feel left behind.

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