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19 years on Australian Public Radio (as StarStuff), 6 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. New episodes weekly. Published Mondays for our subscribers and publicly on Wednesdays. Show your support for SpaceTime, help us reach o ...
 
SpaceTimeMusic is a podcast exploring the roots, shoots and branches of some of Lyd the SBW's favorite songs through samples and covers. I have always been a music lover. In it I hear love, first and foremost and just like love, it transcends time and space. Come along with me as I tumble down musical rabbit holes. And for me, that usually begins with a sample. I’ll hear a sample in a song and won’t be able to remember where it’s from. I’ll consult Papa Google and discover three other songs ...
 
Musical adventures through space and time.//Season 1: "The Disappearing." Karima was just trying to make ends meet when a mysterious pandemic sent her hurtling through space and time -- only to find herself enmeshed in a war for the fate of humanity. Bizarre creatures, invisible tech, and a super-intelligent fungus await in this cinematic, bedroom pop sci-fi adventure. // Recorded remotely with friends across NYC and the West Coast during the height of the 2020 pandemic. // By Ghan & Company ...
 
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*First Brown Dwarf imaged in the Hyades open star cluster Astronomers have imaged a brown dwarf in the Hyades open star cluster for the first time. *BepiColombo and Solar Orbiter Compare Notes at Venus The convergence of two spacecraft at Venus back in August 2021 has given a unique insight into how the planet is able to retain its thick atmosphere…
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 13 *Rubble pile asteroids older than thought A new study has found that so called rubble pile asteroids can be almost as old as the solar system. *Has the Earth’s core stopped spinning A new study claims the rotation of the Earth’s solid inner core may have recently paused and could even be reversing. *Asteroid near miss…
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 12 *James Webb sees clouds on Titan NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has turned focus onto the giant Saturnian moon Titan finding fluffy clouds in its atmosphere. *The red planet’s curiously sized sand dunes A new study has confirmed that the red sand dunes which dominate so much of the Martian landscape form the way th…
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 11 *Martian moon Phobos starting to tear apart A new study suggests the 22 kilometre wide Martian moon Phobos is showing the first signs of the process that will eventually tear it apart. *Planet Earth’s latest climate report NASA says 2022 was Planet Earth’s fifth warmest year on record. Scientists with the Goddard Spac…
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 10 *What brought the dwarf planet Ceres to life A new study suggests radioactive decay of minerals could account for heat needed to drive active geology early in the history of the dwarf planet Ceres. *Lonsdaleite in the sky with diamonds Scientists searching for meteorites in outback South Australia are finding diamonds…
 
*Astronomers find the most distant stars in our galaxy halfway to Andromeda A new study shows the furthest reaches of the Milky Way galaxy – a region known as the galactic halo is so far away it almost touches the halo of our nearest galactic neighbour the Andromeda galaxy M31. *New evidence for habitability in Enceladus’s ocean The search for extr…
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 8 *Discovering the origin of the solar wind Scientists with NASA’s Parker Solar Probe mission have uncovered significant new clues about the origins of the solar wind – the continual stream of charged particles flowing out from the Sun which baths the Earth and other planets and fills the solar system. *Growing violence …
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 7 *Spinning stars shed new light on a strange signal coming from the galactic center Astronomers say a mysterious excess in gamma ray energy radiating out from the Milky Way’s galactic bulge which was long thought to be a potential signature of dark matter could actually be as a vast population of white dwarf stars which…
 
*Big blast on the volcanic moon IO Astronomers has detected a massive eruption on the on the volcanic Jovian moon IO. *How the Sun’s activity influences deep space cosmic rays Astronomers have discovered how changes in the Sun’s eleven year solar cycle effect the high energy cosmic rays reaching the inner solar system. *Europe’s newest advanced wea…
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 5 *Explaining the mysterious Fermi Bubbles at the centre of the Milky Way A new study has shown how the Fermi bubbles – a pair of massive gamma-ray emitting bubbles emanating from around the centre of our Milky Way Galaxy -- could have been produced by a super massive black hole. *Milky Way like Galaxies discovered in th…
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 4 *Uncovering the quantum mysteries of black holes A new study suggests that the universe’s most exotic objects -- black holes -- can have different masses simultaneously. *NASA’s angels do play this HAARP NASA has used the powerful HAARP array in the remote north of Alaska to study an asteroid. *Five new Australian sate…
 
Lyd the SBW listens to the duet of all duets You’re All I Need to Get By (written by a duet) plus some of its samples and covers. The SpaceTimeMusic theme music is a sample of the Ana-Tole x Jonah Christian Remix of Ready or Not by the Fugees. LINKS: A Sample, A Cover playlist Facebook Merch DJ Travel Size Just a Friend More Isaac Hayes Email: spac…
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 3 *Have astronomers just found the most exotic type of neutron star ever seen? Astronomers have identified an unusually small neutron star that could be the first ever confirmed detection of a strange star. *Japan’s lunar lander on its way to the Moon A Japanese spacecraft carrying a small lunar rover is on its way to th…
 
SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 2 *Where did the first quasars come from? New computer simulations reported in the current issue of Australian sky and Telescope Magazine suggest the universe’s first quasars probably originated from supermassive black holes formed from the collapse of massive clouds of gas. *Why the Southern Hemisphere is stormier than …
 
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