NASACast Audio 11 Sep 2018, 17:06 UTC You’d think that because it rises and sets predictably every day, we’d know everything there is to know about our Sun. But that’s not the case. The Sun constantly outgasses the solar wind, but also periodically belches huge blobs of plasma, energetic particles, and magnetic fields that can wreak havoc on Earth’s communications networks and other electrical systems.
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70: Earth’s Magnetic field reversals could happen faster than thought - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 21 Episode 705 Sep 2018, 13:21 UTC Earth’s Magnetic field reversals could happen faster than thought: A new study suggests that Earth’s geomagnetic field polarity reversals could occur overs the space of just two centuries – much faster than previously thought. New Horizons spots its next target Ultima Thule: NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has made its first detection of its next target, the Kuiper Belt object 2014 MU69 Ultima Thule. Space Station leak: There’s been an emergency aboard the International Space Station with atmosphere venting into space through a leak in the orbiting outpost.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary 31 Aug 2018, 10:58 UTC Water confirmed on the Lunar surface: Scientists have directly observed water on the lunar surface for the first time. Hints of new mysteries in neutron stars: A new study claims protons play a far more significant role in the characteristics of Neutron Stars than previously thought. Measuring the force of light: Scientists have successfully measured the force photons exert on matter.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Video and Audio Podcasts 28 Aug 2018, 07:00 UTC A minute-long podcast episode on the origins of the mountains on Mars.