#388: Galacticide
Space Nuts January 25, 2024
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#388: Galacticide

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If you're feeling frustrated because you've been reading multiple scientific articles, but still feel confused about space exploration, then you are not alone! If you're feeling overwhelmed because you've been watching documentaries about the universe, but still struggle to understand the latest scientific discoveries, then you are not alone! If you're feeling discouraged because you've been attending lectures on space exploration, but still find it difficult to grasp the concepts, then you are not alone! If you're feeling disheartened because you've been following space-related news, but still lack the in-depth knowledge you desire, then you are not alone! In this episode, you will be able to: · Explore the Universe's Rotation and Exploration: Uncover the mysteries of the universe's rotation and delve into the latest space exploration discoveries. · Unravel the Temperature of Space and James Webb Telescope: Understand the extreme temperatures of space and the groundbreaking capabilities of the James Webb telescope. · Discover Curiosities About Galaxies and the Expanding Universe: Delve into the fascinating world of galaxies and gain insights into the expanding universe, sparking your curiosity about the cosmos. · Engage with Listener Questions and Interactions: Engage with our community as we answer intriguing listener questions and foster a deeper understanding of space exploration. The background temperature of space is indeed 2.7 degrees Kelvin. And what that is, is the radiation from the big Bang. - Fred Watson Unleash Your Curiosity about Galaxies and the Expanding Universe The boundless nature of the universe and the enigma of what lies beyond our vision sparks the hosts' curiosity. They express a compelling interest in observing the expanding universe's limits and finding what lies beyond the visible cosmos. Furnishing the listeners with a mental image of the unknown, the episode fosters a deeper appreciation for space exploration and the mysteries it holds. The resources mentioned in this episode are: · Visit the Space Nuts podcast website to listen to more episodes and submit your own questions or comments. · Check out the James Webb Space Telescope's latest updates and discoveries on the NASA website. · Explore the concept of the equation of state and its implications in cosmology through reputable scientific sources and publications. · Learn more about the temperature of space and the cosmic microwave background radiation from reliable scientific sources and educational materials. · Stay updated on the latest space news and discoveries by subscribing to the Space Nuts podcast on your preferred podcast platform. · The key moments in this episode are:
00:00:00 - Introduction and Oldest Black Hole Discovery
00:02:52 - James Webb Space Telescope's Discovery
00:11:32 - Asteroid Impact on Earth
00:16:33 - Astronomer Christian Sarnesky's Discoveries
00:12:23 - Summary and Conclusion
00:17:02 - Meteorite Recovery and Asteroid Monitoring
00:19:42 - Mars Copter's Communication Issues
00:23:48 - Ingenuity's Success and Challenges
00:25:41 - Equation of State and Cosmological Constant
00:30:25 - Does the Universe Rotate?
00:35:04 - Rotation of the Universe
00:36:27 - Hypothetical Telescope
00:41:41 - Temperature of Space
00:45:19 - Listener Feedback

Explore the Universe's Rotation and Exploration This podcast episode embarks on a fascinating discussion about the rotation of the universe. While it remains a challenging concept without a frame of reference, the possibility is raised that if multiple universes exist, our own could indeed be rotating. Furthermore, the hosts express a shared desire to glimpse our galaxy from an exterior perspective, underscoring the immense potential for exploration that space provides. Delve into the Temperature of Space and the James Webb Telescope Listeners are enlightened on the intriguing aspect of space temperature, which despite standing at a constant 2.7 Kelvin, can vary due to radiant heat from nearby celestial bodies. The James Webb telescope serves as the perfect example, experiencing temperature differences owing to solar radiation. Conclusively, despite the sun's influence on objects in space, the surrounding vacuum maintains a stable temperature. · https://www.facebook.com/spacenutspodcast · https://www.youtube.com/@spacenutspodcast · https://www.youtube.com/@spacenutspodcast · www.spacenuts.io · https://www.linkedin.com/in/biteszHQ · https://www.twitter.com/spacenutspod
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