Trojan Moon

Trojan Moon

Professor Fred WatsonProfessor Fred WatsonHost
Andrew DunkleyAndrew DunkleyHost
Professor Fred WatsonProfessor Fred WatsonHost
Andrew DunkleyAndrew DunkleyHost
Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff.
Space Nuts Episode 318 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley
Andrew: Hi there. Andrew Dunkley here from the Space Nuts podcast. Hope you can join us for episode 318. What are we going to be talking about, Fred?
Fred: We're going to talk about the discovery of a moon of an asteroid. And it's an important asteroid because this one is going to be visited by the Lucy spacecraft in the late 2020s.
We're also going to talk about upside down snow falling, or should it be rising, in the ocean of Jupiter’s moon Europa. And there are listener questions to come which haven't yet revealed to me, but I understand they might be on the James Webb Space.
Andrew: They might be, because a lot of people are really fascinated by the James Webb Space Telescope, and that spawns a lot of questions.
So that's indeed what we will be talking about in episode 318 of Space Nuts with me, Andrew Dunkley and Professor Fred Watson, astronomer at large.

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