S03E71: Primordial Black Hole Puzzle & Virgin Galactic's New Era
Astronomy Daily - the PodcastJune 10, 2024x
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S03E71: Primordial Black Hole Puzzle & Virgin Galactic's New Era

Embark on a celestial journey with today's episode of Astronomy Daily - The Podcast, where your host, Anna, brings you the latest cosmic updates. We'll start with recent research revealing a surprising shortage of primordial black holes, challenging our understanding of dark matter and the universe's structure. Next, we'll explore a breakthrough in autonomous multi-robot planetary exploration, enhancing the efficiency of missions to Mars and beyond. We'll then cover Virgin Galactic's final commercial space flight before a significant fleet upgrade, aiming to boost space tourism profitability. Additionally, we'll delve into new findings on turbulence dynamics in the thermosphere, offering insights that could improve space weather forecasting. Discover the intriguing phenomenon of a puffed-up exoplanet, Pheonix, which defies expectations by retaining its atmosphere despite intense stellar conditions. Lastly, we'll discuss the groundbreaking creation of the largest 3D map of the universe, providing new perspectives on cosmic expansion and dark energy. Stay with us for an exciting journey through the cosmos.

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