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ARIES DAILY HOROSCOPE READING

Aries Daily Horoscope Reading

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Aries Daily Horoscope Reading podcast is your audio source for celestial insights and guidance tailored specifically for the fiery Aries soul born between March 21 and April 19. Every day, we explore the stars to bring clarity to your life's journey with the zodiac sign of Aries.
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Space News Today

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The curated playlist of Space News podcasts from Bitesz.com...all your favourites in one feed. Space Nuts with Andrew Dunkley & Professor Fred Watson; SpaceTime with Stuart Gary and Astronomy Daily.
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The new space age is upon us, and This Week in Space leaves no topic untouched. Every Friday, join Editor-in-Chief of Ad Astra magazine, Rod Pyle and Managing Editor of Space.com, Tariq Malik as they explore everything related to the cosmos. New episodes posted every Friday.
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Talking Space

Gene Mikulka ,Mark Ratterman, Larry Herrin, Dr. Kat Robison,Sawyer Rosenstein, and Heather Smith

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A Free and Open Exchange of Ideas and Opinions on All Things Space: Now at https://talkingspaceonline.com!
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Tech experts Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent have the expertise to help you get the most out of your technology. From the latest gadgets to tried-and-true tech tips, tune into Ask The Tech Guys for an informative and fun look at tech. Call in with your live questions from 11 am-2 pm PT every Sunday at call.twit.tv. Get ready to level up your tech game! Records Sunday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
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The daily space intelligence and analysis that global space industry leaders and experts depend on. Published each weekday, this program also includes interviews with a wide spectrum of experts from industry, academia, and research organizations all over the world. Visit us to learn more at https://space.n2k.com/
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Tech experts Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent have the expertise to help you get the most out of your technology. From the latest gadgets to tried-and-true tech tips, tune into Ask The Tech Guys for an informative and fun look at tech. Call in with your live questions from 11 am-2 pm PT every Sunday at call.twit.tv. Get ready to level up your tech game! Records Sunday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
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Are We There Yet?

Central Florida Public Media

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There’s a lot going on up there. Join space reporter Brendan Byrne each week as he explores space exploration. From efforts to launch humans into deep space, to the probes exploring our solar system, "Are We There Yet?" brings you the latest in news from the space beat. Listen to interviews with astronauts, engineers and visionaries as humanity takes its next giant leap exploring our universe.
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Spacewalk is the latest adventure with Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut, as he takes listener and supporter questions and will dive deep into topics, while also having casual chats about whatever might be the current hot topic. The blend of Dodd's knowledge base, personal insights, and listener interactions makes this a must-listen for space enthusiasts and aspiring engineers alike. Join Tim as he continues his quest to "bring space down to Earth for everyday people"
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Space Nuts

Professor Fred Watson and Andrew Dunkley

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Join Professor Fred Watson, world-renowned Astronomer at Large, and Sci-Fi Author and Broadcaster Andrew Dunkley, on their captivating podcast, Space Nuts. Dive into the vast universe of space, astronomy and astrophysics as they discuss the latest news, exciting space travel adventures, groundbreaking discoveries, and unravel the enduring mysteries of the cosmos. This engaging series offers a unique blend of expert insights and imaginative storytelling and listener input, making it a must-li ...
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Somewhat Frank is a podcast hosted by Frank Gruber, Jen Consalvo, and John Guidos about technology innovations, startups, and personal life. It’s produced with the help of our company, Established.
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The Orbital Mechanics Podcast

David Fourman, Ben Etherington, and Dennis Just

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Every week we cover the latest spaceflight news, discuss past, current and future exploration efforts, and take a look at upcoming events. Tune in to hear about how humans get to space, how they stay in space and how unmanned craft reach farther and farther into the universe around us.
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Awesome Astronomy explores the frontiers of science, space and our evolving understanding of the universe. Join Ralph, Paul & Jeni for informative and fun astronomy programmes dedicated to space and astronomy news and monthly podcast extras covering hot topics and special interviews in the world of science and astronomy.
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Dive into the world of bleeding-edge technology with our AI-powered podcast. We go beyond the headlines to explore innovations, tech trends, and the future of technology. Let our AI agents be your guide, delivering insightful analyses that will keep you ahead of the curve.
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A weekly comics interview podcast hosted by David Harper of SKTCHD that gets the story behind the stories and creators we love, as well as the broader comic book industry. Website: SKTCHD.com Patreon: Patreon.com/OffPanel Twitter & Instagram: @slicedfriedgold/@SKTCHDcomic Email: david@sktchd.com
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Today In Space

Alex G. Orphanos

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The award-winning space science podcast about all things space! Hosted by Alex G. Orphanos, science communicator, maker, and aerospace engineer. Our mission: to spread love and spread science!
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That’s right the good and ugly, we left out bad because it’s insinuating bad with the word ugly 😉 Weekly you will hear about some good in the world (if we can find some) and definitely about some ugly (always easy) brought to you with a little humor here and there (probably inappropriately) but your a big boy or girl right? You can take it! (right?)
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19 years on Australian Public Radio (as StarStuff), 8 years of podcasting and counting. We have a lot of content to share with you. Recognized worldwide by our listeners and industry experts as one of the best and most thoroughly researched programs on Astronomy, Space, and Science News. Hosted by Stuart Gary, a veteran radio science reporter, broadcaster and now podcaster. Keep up-to-date and learn something new with every episode. New episodes weekly. Three new episodes are published on Mo ...
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Alya Al Nuaimi invites you to embark on an intergalactic adventure through the cosmos with Kalam Astro. Stay up to date with the latest global and local astronomy news, including interviews with industry experts, and discover the secrets of the universe with mind-bending theories. Want some helpful tips on stargazing? Alya has got you covered.
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Turning down the noise of what we are hearing in the news cycle, social media, and the discourse to get to the information on culture, politics, and the issues of the day we need to properly discern the times we live in. Hosted by Andrew Donaldson
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Join us for SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 85, where we explore the latest cosmic events and advancements in space exploration. - First, a groundbreaking new study suggests that Mars may have always been a cold, icy world, incapable of supporting life as we know it. This research, published in Communications Earth and Environment, challenges the long-…
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Join us for SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 85, where we explore the latest cosmic events and advancements in space exploration. - First, a groundbreaking new study suggests that Mars may have always been a cold, icy world, incapable of supporting life as we know it. This research, published in Communications Earth and Environment, challenges the long-…
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We discuss Boeing's Starliner astronauts now ready for an unplanned long-duration mission aboard the ISS due to continuing delays in the craft's return. Our update reveals the UAE-constructed airlock module for NASA's future lunar Gateway station. News shares JWST's stunning observation of embedded rings in the emission nebula NGC 3132, illuminatin…
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We got an update from the NASA & Boeing teams about Starliner CFT on July 10th, 2024. We wanted to share the TOP 4 Press & Media Questions and the NASA/Boeing team answers for us to all gain more INSIGHT into this Crew Test Flight for Boeing. I think we learned a lot about the problem and how the Boeing & NASA teams think about this. As most reveal…
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In this episode, we delve into the unexpected challenges faced by NASA astronauts aboard the ISS due to Boeing's Starliner issues. We also explore the hidden dangers of the Northern Lights on our infrastructure and discuss Microsoft's strategic move to relinquish its seat on OpenAI's board. Tune in for these intriguing updates and share the episode…
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James Webb kijkt naar verre sterrenstelsels en exoplaneet Gliese 12b, SpaceX test zijn chopsticks voor Starship en China brengt twee kilo maanstaan naar de aarde. Dat en meer bespreken Michel van Baal, Thijs Roes en Jeffrey Bout. Links voor deze aflevering - Europa achterstand / Ariane 6 https://www.politico.eu/article/europe-smarts-as-spacex-bags-…
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In this gripping episode of "Good and Ugly," host Jim dives into the unfolding crisis of NASA astronauts Barry "Butch" Wilmore and Sunita "Suni" Williams, who find themselves stranded in space due to critical malfunctions in Boeing's Starliner spacecraft. Originally scheduled for an eight-day mission, the astronauts will most likely be in orbit for…
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Firefly added launch sites in Virginia and Sweden for its Alpha vehicle. NASA has selected SpaceX to build the ISS US Deorbit Vehicle, closed out their task orders to Collins for ISS spacesuits, and decided to keep Starliner at the ISS for a few more weeks. This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 33 executive producers—Joel, The As…
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The Supreme Court dismissed a case about Idaho’s abortion ban, preserving a lower court ruling that allows for emergency access to abortion in the state. NASA pushed back a return flight for two Starliner astronauts so that Boeing and the agency can better understand the helium leaks and thruster failures that plagued the spacecraft’s launch. Infec…
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“Starliner Stuck In Space!!!”, “Starliner Stranded at the ISS!!”, “Space-X To Rescue Starliner Crew!!!” These were the various outrageous headlines being thrown around by various space media outlets this week, concerning the Boeing Starliner Mission and its progress. None of these sensational headlines are true, the ship and crew are in good condit…
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Space Nuts Episode: Boeing Starliner, Titan's Coastal Erosion, and Dark Matter InfluenceSpace Nuts Episode: Boeing Starliner, Titan's Coastal Erosion, and Dark Matter Influence. Join Andrew Dunkley and Professor Fred Watson in this riveting episode of Space Nuts, where they delve into the latest space science and astronomy news. Episode Highlights:…
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Our guest today is Amanda Lee Falkenberg, composer of THE MOONS SYMPHONY. The symphony presents an unparalleled fusion of visuals and music, celebrating the convergence of music and science to vividly portray past, present, and future lunar explorations. The music Incorporates the perspectives of astronauts into a musical voyage through our galaxy.…
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Welcome to the eighteenth episode of Pixelated, a podcast by 9to5Google. This week, we talk about Android 15 Beta 4 and the official Pixel 9 Pro teasers. Subscribe YouTube Podcasts Pocket Casts Spotify Apple Podcasts Overcast Hosts Abner Li Damien Wilde Read more Here’s everything new in Android 15 Beta 4 [Gallery] Google teases Pixel 9 Pro as a ‘p…
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Welcome to the eighteenth episode of Pixelated, a podcast by 9to5Google. This week, we talk about Android 15 Beta 4 and the official Pixel 9 Pro teasers. Subscribe YouTube Podcasts Pocket Casts Spotify Apple Podcasts Overcast Hosts Abner Li Damien Wilde Read more Here’s everything new in Android 15 Beta 4 [Gallery] Google teases Pixel 9 Pro as a ‘p…
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In this episode of This Week in Space, Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik dive into the 55th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, discussing the mission's highlights, challenges, and historical significance. They also cover recent space news, including Elon Musk's plans to move SpaceX's headquarters to Texas, the Falcon 9 upper stage failure, and the c…
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The National Security Space Association's independent think tank, The Moorman Center for Space Studies, has released a report called "America's Asymmetric Vulnerability to Navigation Warfare: Leadership and Strategic Direction Needed to Mitigate Significant Threats." Intuitive Machines has finalized the IM-2 mission landing region ahead of its sold…
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In this episode, we explore Google's new CarPlay feature for reporting road incidents, discuss the massive Microsoft outage that disrupted global services, and introduce OpenAI's GPT-4o Mini, a game-changing AI model. Tune in to stay ahead of the latest tech developments and their impacts. Don't forget to share this episode with your friends!…
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The Seine is set to feature prominently in the Paris 2024 Olympics’ Opening Ceremony—and in its marathon swimming events. But this urban waterway has been challenging to clean and keep clean after a particularly wet summer and high bacterial counts. What can the Parisian organizers learn from the revitalization of a U.S. river that was so polluted …
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Your Heard Tell Show is turning down the noise of the news cycle and getting to the information we need to discern our times by talking to our returning friend Benjamin Ayanian about the difference between the what folks want to happen with policy proposals and how real world factors like economics, politics, and human nature change the ideal theor…
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Source: Join us for SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 87, where we delve into the latest cosmic events and advancements in space exploration. - **NASA's Parker Solar Probe**: NASA's Parker Solar Probe has just completed its 20th close approach to the Sun, setting a new record as the fastest man-made object ever built. Achieving perihelion at a distance o…
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This episode is brought to you with the support of Incogni...protect your data online. Check out the special Space Nuts listener deal at https://www.incogni.com/spacenuts Black Holes, Luca, and Space Junk Join Andrew Dunkley and Professor Fred Watson in this fascinating episode of Space Nuts, where they dive into the mysteries of black holes, the o…
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Welcome to Astronomy Daily, your go-to source for the latest news in space and astronomy. I'm your host, Anna, and today we have an exciting lineup of space-related news that I'm sure you'll find fascinating. Episode Highlights - **NASA Cancels Viper Lunar Rover Mission**: NASA has officially canceled the Viper lunar rover mission, initially aimed …
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Join us for SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 87, where we delve into the latest cosmic events and advancements in space exploration. **NASA's Parker Solar Probe**: NASA's Parker Solar Probe has just completed its 20th close approach to the Sun, setting a new record as the fastest man-made object ever built. Achieving perihelion at a distance of 7.26 mil…
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NASA has announced its intent to discontinue development of its VIPER project. Firefly Aerospace’s Board of Directors have announced that Bill Weber is no longer serving as CEO of the company, effective immediately. Astra Space has announced the successful closing of its take-private transaction, and more. Remember to leave us a 5-star rating and r…
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NASA announced their intent to cancel VIPER, the rover that was due to go to the Moon on Astrobotic’s Griffin lander, after severe schedule and cost growth. SpaceX had a rare failure of Falcon 9 that has led to a (seemingly short) grounding of the vehicle. This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 31 executive producers—Frank, Donald…
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On this episode of the Somewhat Frank Podcast, Frank Gruber (X and IG: @FrankGruber), John Guidos (IG: @jgoodtimes83), Jen Consalvo (X: @noreaster,) and Simon Kahan (IG: @simonkahan) discuss the following topics: This Smiling Robot Face Made Of Living Skin is an Absolute Nightmare Fuel - Researchers have been exploring the attachment of actual livi…
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This episode is brought to you with the support of Incogni...protect your data online. Check out the special Space Nuts listener deal at incogni.com/spacenuts Black Holes, Luca, and Space Junk Join Andrew Dunkley and Professor Fred Watson in this fascinating episode of Space Nuts, where they dive into the mysteries of black holes, the origins of li…
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Dive into China's review of AI models for 'core socialist values,' explore how AI transforms customer insights while raising privacy concerns, and learn about NASA and SpaceX's plan to safely deorbit the ISS by 2031. Tune in for a compelling discussion on the intersection of technology, ethics, and space exploration. Don't forget to share this epis…
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SpaceX has announced that the company will be moving its headquarters from California to Texas. The US and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have signed a strategic cooperation agreement on civil space research and exploration. LeoLabs has been selected to support the launch and operations of the UK Space Command's Project Tyche by delivering space track…
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Your Heard Tell Show is turning down the noise of the news cycle and getting to the information we need to discern our times by talking about the selection of US Senator JD Vance of Ohio to be the GOP nominee for vice president. We talk about the fallout from the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump, the security failure and quest…
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De Europese Ariane 6 is eindelijk gelanceerd, terwijl de Falcon 9 opeens faalt. Verder wordt het druk rondom de maan en zijn er meerdere planetary defence missies. Dat en meer bespreken @LucLucreation @NickPoelstra en @BastiaanBom in deze nieuwe @SpaceCowboysPod Volg Space Cowboys op https://twitter.com/spacecowboyspod. @SpaceCowboysPod behandelt r…
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Michael brings on Marina and Tom Reimann, expecting parents and personal friends. Marina and Tom are expecting any day now so this conversation consists of Michael asking them about their journey so far, as he begins his own. This episode continues the ongoing conversation about Michael and jenn’s leap into parenthood. The Go-Fund Me for Marina and…
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Welcome to Astronomy Daily, your go-to source for the latest news in space and astronomy. I'm your host, Anna. In today's episode, we've got some fantastic stories lined up for you. We'll start by exploring some fascinating new discoveries in the world of exoplanet science, where scientists have just announced the finding of six new worlds, pushing…
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Join us for SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 86, where we explore the latest cosmic events and advancements in space exploration. - First, new sophisticated computer models are giving scientists a glimpse inside neutron stars, revealing that these exotic objects might be made of nuclear pasta. Discover how atomic nuclei, protons, and neutrons deform int…
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Discover how AI can revolutionize Hollywood creativity with insights from Runway CEO Cristobal Valenzuela. Explore the best email services like Proton Mail and Gmail for blocking spam and securing your data. Plus, learn ten essential tricks to enhance your iPhone videography. Tune in and share this episode with friends!…
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Science journalist and Radiolab host Latif Nasser found himself at the center of a space mystery. A space poster in his child’s room showed Zoozve, a moon circling Venus. Only Nasser had never heard of Zoozve—and neither had anyone else. Nasser brings us the story of Zoozve the quasi-moon and brings listeners the opportunity to name a quasi-moon of…
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Join us for SpaceTime Series 27 Episode 86, where we explore the latest cosmic events and advancements in space exploration. First, new sophisticated computer models are giving scientists a glimpse inside neutron stars, revealing that these exotic objects might be made of nuclear pasta. Discover how atomic nuclei, protons, and neutrons deform into …
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Spaceflight News -- Falcon 9 Failure (spacenews.com) (spaceflightnow.com) -- Ariane 6 anomaly (europeanspaceflight.com) (spaceflightnow.com) -- Hyperbola-1 mishap (spacenews.com) Short & Sweet -- Europa Clipper faces last-minute obstacle (space.com) -- Dawn gets green light for spaceplane tests (spacenews.com) This Week in Spaceflight History -- 17…
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A new James Webb Space Telescope image of two galaxies in a cosmic dance was released for the telescope’s two-year anniversary of science operations. SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket malfunction resulted in satellites burning up in Earth’s atmosphere, and the rocket grounded.By Marian Summerall, Brendan Byrne
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The European Space Agency (ESA) has started preparatory work for its next planetary defense mission called the Rapid Apophis Mission for Space Safety (Ramses). US Space Systems Command (SSC) has rolled out its new automated Consolidated Operational Data Archive system (CODA). KBR has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire LinQuest Corporati…
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Chad Mirkin, recipient of the 2024 Kavli Prize in Nanoscience, has spent his career exploring the possibilities of creating and inventing materials at the nanoscale. This podcast was produced for The Kavli Prize by Scientific American Custom Media, a division separate from the magazine’s board of editors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit meg…
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Welcome to Astronomy Daily, your source for the latest in space and astronomy news. I'm your host, Anna, and today we have some exciting topics to discuss. Episode Highlights - Tsuchinchan-ATLAS (C/2023 A3): Dive into the fate of a newly discovered comet, Tsuchinchan-ATLAS (C/2023 A3), which has sparked both enthusiasm and debate among astronomers.…
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Discover the latest iOS 18 Photos app redesign, featuring Apple Intelligence and enhanced photo recovery. Learn about PrivacyLens, a groundbreaking camera tech from the University of Michigan that protects your privacy. Plus, find out why Netflix will stop working on certain Sony Bravia TVs and older Apple TV models in Australia. Tune in and share …
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