Dark Materials on Europa, Lopsided Supernovae, 3D Printing in Space, Missing Galaxies and Borrowed Memories!

This week Laura and I discuss what the dark material on the surface of Europa might be, the potential of 3D printing within space travel, lopsided star explosions, the discovery of missing galaxies (hiding in plain sight) and Laura gives us a fascinating insight in to the concept of borrowed memories. As always, feel free to leave a comment or you can email comments, questions, thoughts etc to adam@astronomeradam.com.

Listen below


This week’s links

Dark materials on Europa

Missing galaxies hiding in plain sight

3D printing in space

Women in Iran doing astronomy

Lopsided star explosions

Borrowed memories


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