This one is a quadruple header, in which I discuss not two, three, but four pieces of software that I use pretty regularly for many of my different projects. You can find and read about Scribus, the free, open source desktop publishing software at http://www.scribus.net If you want to play Astronomer and have your very […]
In what has to be one of the greatest engineering achievements in space history, the James Webb Space Telescope was unfolded from its stored configuration and bloomed into its full glory over a two-week period since its launch on Christmas day 2021.
Here is the 26th installment of #audiomo 2020 where I try my best to explain the incredible scientific initiative that is The James Webb Space Telescope. It was rather challenging to record a discussion of the JWST and do it justice it is such a huge endeavour. I will be re-exploring this telescope as it […]
I cheated a little bit on this one and combined two #audiomo days into one, but it’s OK, they are both about the same thing, our wonderful Moon!
The Kepler spacecraft was launched to find exoplanets and boy did it find them!
In this installment of #audiomo slandi looks at the Goddard Spaceflight Center, one of the 10 large centers for NASA and the scientific and engineering hub of space exploration.
Music: “Quiet arrival” by Andre Louis aka FreakyFwoof @ http://www.andrelouis.com/shorts/
Music: “Space X-plorers” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/