James Webb Telescope, Wired for the Outdoors, Trappist-1, Photographing a Black Hole and Organic Matter on Ceres

In this weeks show we discuss the James Webb Telescope, Trappist-1 and it’s seven Earth-sized planets, photographing a black hole, the discovery of native organic chemistry on the dwarf planet Ceres, and a fascinating article about how humans are seemingly wired to love nature. One minor correction: I said the James Webb telescope is about the size of a football field, it is more like the size of a tennis court.

Listen below

https://www.podbean.com/media/player/j6bjq-681dce?from=yiiadmin

Adam’s links

NASA James Webb telescope fact sheet

Organic chemistry on Ceres

Photographing a black hole

Trappist-1 and its seven planets

Laura’s link

Wired for the outdoors

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