Space Nuts 327 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley | Astronomy Science Podcast

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The Moons Glass Beads
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Space Nuts Episode 327 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley
We have a story about what you can learn from beads, tiny beads of glass in the soil of the moon which have been brought back by the Changing Five spacecraft. We also have a story about the possible detection of the aftermath of the first stars in the universe.

We’ll also be taking some audience questions. One about antimatter, and I love this one a hypothetical – fishing in a black hole. Now, there’s more to it than that, and you won’t catch fish in a black hole. They will already be spaghettified. But what happens if you’re a fish in a black hole?

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