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Thursday, 26 June 2008 19:14

ABC NewsRadio axes StarStuff program - why?

ABC NewsRadio, Australia’s only 24 hour continuous news service, has axed one of its longest running programs because it wants to divert funding elsewhere. The program? StarStuff, the only space, science, astronomy and cosmology show on Australian radio. What a shame!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
According to U.K., German, and Australian astronomers, the brightness of galaxies is really twice as bright as they appear at Earth because of extra-large amounts of interstellar dust blocking the light between them and us.

Published in Space
Using data from the space-based NASA Chandra X-ray Observatory and the ground-based NRAO Very Large Array, astronomers just found a supernova within our Milky Way galaxy that exploded about 140 years ago. NASA scientists took fifty years to find it.

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