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The Daily Space

Dr. Pamela Gay, Beth Johnson, & Annie Wilson

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Get your daily dose of all that's new in space and astronomy. The sky is not the limit, as we bring you a fast-paced roundup of launches, landings, and everyday discoveries. The Daily Space is brought to you by the team behind CosmoQuest at the Planetary Science Institute, and features hosts Dr. Pamela L. Gay, Beth Johnson, & Annie Wilson. Daily Space is supported through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/CosmoQuestX.
 
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Today we are talking about death, drugs and disease with Jeremie Saunders from The Sickboy Podcast. This is a really fascinating conversation all about cystic fibrosis, our relationships with death, and things that you can do to cope with the one thing that will happen to all of us! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Today we are talking about living forever. Is it scientifically possible? Where are we at now, with things you can do to try and live longer. Ethically does this even make sense? What did we learn this week? 0:26 How to calm a baby 1:04 Why you can't tickle yourself 5:12 Studytime: 13:10 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Today we are talking about seasonal affective disorder - SAD, really. We'll discuss what seasonal affective disorder is, how you can mitigate it, what it does to your body, and who has it the worst. What did we learn this week? 0:26 Your lungs and breathing 0:38 Fatherhood 4:30 Studytime: 12:16 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inform…
 
Today we are talking about TikTok addiction. We are going to talk about why TikTok is so addictive. Is it more addictive than video games? Are we truly living through an unprecedented time for this specific scary social media. What did we learn this week? 3:04 Suppressing Memories 3:10 Why mosquitos like some people more than others 6:37 Studytime:…
 
A trio of asteroid-related stories crossed our emails this week: Bennu’s sample is on schedule for next year’s return, researchers have developed a tool to measure an asteroid’s density distribution, and 3200 Phaeton’s rotational period has accelerated. Plus, JWST’s new Pillars of Creation image, and this week in rocket history, we look back at Ven…
 
Space is hard, and some days, getting rockets to work doesn’t go as well as expected. An Epsilon rocket launched by JAXA and carrying eight payloads including RAISE 3 was lost when mission control triggered the flight termination system due to an attitude issue. Plus, stars blowing dust rings, stars exploding, asteroids getting hit with spacecraft,…
 
Today we are talking about pee AKA urine. We’re going to be talking about how it works in your body and what the color of your pee actually says about you. We’ll also be learning some really cool ways pee has been used historically and scientifically. What did we learn this week? 3:23 Comparing Urban and Nature sounds 3:44 Monkey Pox Update 8:06 St…
 
Today we are talking about breast milk. Is it the new superfood? Why are bodybuilders using it? And some interesting but a little concerning research that came out recently. What did we learn this week? 3:56 Deja Vu 4:10 The Amazon is being cut down 7:54 Studytime: 12:53 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
As if getting set on fire and tossed into space wasn’t enough, new research finds evidence that after the Chicxulub impact, dinosaurs were also the victims of a massive global tsunami and worldwide earthquakes. Plus, the Milky Way’s stellar graveyard, a new timeline for the Moon’s formation, and this week in space history, we look back at the Meteo…
 
While astronomers have observed white dwarfs consuming companion stars on numerous occasions, for the first time, they have now observed the consumption of the companion’s helium and not just hydrogen. Plus, galactic alignment, rocket launches including Crew 5, a new Europa image, and a review of the video game “Tinykin”.…
 
Today we are talking about carbon capture. We're going explain exactly what it is. This is basically when companies want to take carbon out of the air with technology. Is it possible? is it legitimate? We're going to get into the science behind it. What did we learn this week 4:42 Mostly all Bonobos are Bisexual 5:00 Double Decker Buses 7:37 Studyt…
 
Early Saturday morning, another company entered the exclusive club of successful orbital launchers, Firefly Aerospace, when their second attempt to reach orbit, named To The Black, lifted off on October 1. Plus, a crater in Spain, a new DART image, Juno flies by Europa, and an interview with Jochen Grandell regarding the Meteosat program.…
 
The quest to understand the formation mechanisms of globular clusters was limited by the Hubble Space Telescope’s ability to peer back in time. Now, JWST’s larger mirror has allowed astronomers to find gravitationally lensed galaxies that have globular clusters almost nine billion years old. Plus, two new super-mercury exoplanets, This Week in Spac…
 
Today we are talking about cults. Who in society is the most susceptible to becoming part of a cult? If you’re obsessed with something, is that a cult? We’re going to get into the science and psychology around these very pervasive popular things. What did we learn this week? 10:45 Cutest experiment of all time 11:26 A pill for antiaging in fly's 13…
 
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