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A monthly round up of the latest news in astronomy.

A monthly round up of the latest news in astronomy.
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A monthly round up of the latest news in astronomy.

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English


Episodes

The news - October 2019

10/11/2019
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This month in the news: an unexpectedly large planet around a small star, a visitor from outside the solar system, a lost lunar lander, and water in the atmosphere of a super-earth.

Duration:00:03:14

The news - September 2019

9/13/2019
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This month in the news: Chandrayaan 2 detaches its lander, a synthetic catalogue of galaxies, and a 3D printed binocular telescope

Duration:00:08:04

The news - August 2019

8/8/2019
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This month in the news: Protests over the thirty metre telescope in Hawaii and the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing.

Duration:00:06:04

The news - July 2019

7/11/2019
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This month in the news: planets in progress, mystery molecules, and oceans under ice.

Duration:00:04:19

The news - June 2019

6/7/2019
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This month in the news: a star from far, far away, Moon news a-plenty, and updates from the New Horizon spacecraft's flyby of MU69.

Duration:00:07:01

The news - May 2019

5/10/2019
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This month in the news: the updated LIGO is back, TESS found its first Earth-sized exoplanet and Israel's plan for the Beresheeft 2 lunar lander.

Duration:00:06:05

The news - April 2019

4/1/2019
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This month in the news: the asteroids we're visiting, the one that quietly visited us, and a new method of Martian exploration.

Duration:00:06:08

The news - March 2019

3/8/2019
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This month in the news: the Japanese Hayabusa 2 probe, Israel's Beresheeft lunar craft, and a fond farewell to Opportunity.

Duration:00:08:28

The news - February 2019

2/11/2019
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This month in the news: the United States government shutdown and Wide Field Camera 3 on the Hubble Space Telescope

Duration:00:05:03

The news - January 2019

1/16/2019
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This month in the news: The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 8 mission, the recent New Horizons fly-by, and the Chinese Moon landing.

Duration:00:05:01

The news - December 2018

12/7/2018
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This month in the news: a gamma ray burst candidate, the Sun's long-lost twin, and black holes in virtual reality.

Duration:00:05:24

The news - November 2018

11/9/2018
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This month in the news: the slowest-spinning pulsar ever discovered, elusive dust clouds around the Earth finally detected and the Hubble Space Telescope returns.

Duration:00:04:58

The news - October 2018

10/11/2018
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This month in the news: Hayabusa-2 rovers, black holes and the woman who discovered Pulsers

Duration:00:05:12

The news - September 2018

9/14/2018
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This month in the news: NASA goes all-American - again, the launch of the Parker solar probe, and getting in touch with Opportunity.

Duration:00:09:22

The news - August 2018

8/7/2018
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This month in the news: K2 is forced to hibernate, a particle appears in Antarctica and a new scale for close encounters.

Duration:00:06:54

The news - July 2018

7/24/2018
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This month in the news: a LIGO afterglow, complex organics from Enceladus, and Prof. Hawking takes on eternal inflation.

Duration:00:03:25

The news - June 2018

6/8/2018
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This month in the news: Dark galaxies discovered by astronomers, a new theory about Pluto's formation and the launch of MeerLICHT telescope in South Africa.

Duration:00:05:51

The news - May 2018

5/16/2018
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This month in the news: The launch of NASA's TESS observatory, a detailed view of a supermassive black hole's jets and revealing planet-forming disks around young stars.

Duration:00:04:41

The news - April 2018

3/31/2018
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This month in the news: ARIEL is cleared for launch, galaxies are found to be on time, and unusual elements are sighted in the Galactic bulge.

Duration:00:03:42

The news - March 2018

3/1/2018
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This month in the news: the most distant supernova ever discovered, the discovery of some of the most massive black holes in the universe and water content in the TRAPPIST-1 planets.

Duration:00:05:57