Hubble Captures Three Faces of an Evolving Supernova
SpaceTime with Stuart GaryNovember 23, 2022x
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Hubble Captures Three Faces of an Evolving Supernova

Stuart GaryStuart GaryHost
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 126
*Hubble captures three faces of an evolving supernova
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has images three different moments at once in a far-off supernova explosion that happened 11 billion years ago.
*New study claims planets grow with their host stars
A new study suggests planetary formation in the Solar System started much earlier than previously thought, with the building blocks of planets growing at the same time as the Sun.
*A new prototype robotic Venus balloon aces its first flight tests on Earth
A scaled-down version of the aerobot that could one day take to the super dense skies of Venus has successfully completed two Nevada test flights, marking a major milestone for the project.
*Space Force Space Shuttle returns to Earth from record breaking mission
A United States Space Force X-37B space shuttle has successfully returned to Earth following a record breaking 908 days in orbit.
*The Science Report
Scientists develop a vaccine targeting the dangerous synthetic opioid fentanyl.
Warnings that large dams could be separating platypus communities
China develops its own copy of America’s stealth bomber.
Alex on Tech at the Qualcomm Snapdragon summit
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