S03E66: China's Lunar Triumph & T Corona Borealis Nova: Far Side Samples and Stellar Explosions
Astronomy Daily - the PodcastJune 04, 2024x
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S03E66: China's Lunar Triumph & T Corona Borealis Nova: Far Side Samples and Stellar Explosions

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 explore China's groundbreaking lunar mission, which aims to bring back ancient rocks from the moon's far side. Next, we'll discuss the potential nova eruption of T Corona Borealis, a rare event that promises to light up our night skies. We'll also bring you updates on the Hubble Space Telescope, focusing on its current status and future prospects. Additionally, we'll highlight New Zealand's burgeoning space industry and its ambitions to become a significant player on the global stage. Lastly, we'll delve into the first successful metal 3D printing performed aboard the International Space Station, a milestone for future space missions and long-term space habitation.
00:00) Astronomy Daily brings you the latest news on space exploration and astronomy
01:22) China's Chang'e six lunar probe successfully takes off from far side
03:27) The binary star system TCRB is on the brink of a nova eruption
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