AFM’s Space Pirate Radio 2018/06/28 Moon Over India

June 28th, 2018 by Nick Evetts
Here the links from tonight’s program:
Tonight’s show opened with a Greenwich report:
A rather lengthy lunar eclipse is coming up:
Marty’s tracking space rocks again:
Wed, Jun 27, 09h Vesta 0°.3 S. of Moon, Occn.
Wed, Jun 27, 13h Saturn at opposition
Thu, Jun 28, 04h Saturn 1°.8 S. of Moon
Thu, Jun 28, 05h FULL MOON
Thu, Jun 28, 14h Mars stationary
Sat, Jun 30, 03h Moon at apogee
Sun, Jul 01, 02h Mars 5° S. of Moon
Wed, Jul 04, 00h Neptune 3° N. of Moon
Times given in UT. These events, and more can be found at:
We took a detour to look at Telrads:
Getting back to outer space, more news about our inter-stellar visitor from a while back:
And fun with Sagittarius:
Hyabusa is getting there, there being an asteroid:
Diane pointed out a neat discovery:
Crew member Twistedge added these links in the chat room:
Japanese mission reaches unexplored asteroid
The Longest Lunar Eclipse in This Century
A new model of the solar system suggests we have our gas giants to thank for our watery Earth
A new image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows off the massive globular cluster NGC 6139.
Oumuamua Is An Interstellar Comet After All
The universe is a greasy place…

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