This podcast has been recorded by us here from New Zealand for Space Place at Carter Observatory and the Jodcast, for the December night sky 2018. The Jodcast is a volunteer podcast about astronomy set […]
The burden of too much information is heavy, come and find out with us and Julian Priest, artist in residence at Space Place what you can do about it, if only complain, The Royal Society of New Zealand warns about blue light at night, NASA will land Mars 2020 at Jezero, an ancient delta on […]
In New Zealand, Space Starts with Sheep; a new season is about to open for exoplanets as scientists discover an efficient method to predict microlensing; Earth's Moon to be used as a giant radio telescope; "Hello, Andromeda calling", gravitational waves might be used to carry information; 1500 km long water cloud appears on Mars after […]
Revisited - Check out this award winning video from our Australian colleagues
The discovery of a piece of geyserite found in a hot springs environment has changed our thinking about the origins of life on earth – and has implications for the search for life on Mars. Fossils discovered by UNSW scientists in 3.48 billion year old hot spring deposits in the Pilbara region of Western Australia have pushed back by 580 million years the earliest known existence of microbial life on land.
‘Tis the season of AGU-ing, and some of our wonderful BMSIS Scientists had the opportunity to meet up for a team get together in Washington, D.C. for the 2018 fall meeting of AGU. Scientists from around the world are at the conference this year to share their research, to talk about public engagement with […]
Next summer (10-13 June) in Tällberg, Sweden, the Nordic Astrobiology Network, Stockholm University, Lund University, and the European Astrobiology Campus are holding a conference on “Impacts and their Role in the Evolution of Life“. Topics covered by the conference will include the role of impacts in the early history of the Solar System, the characterization of […]