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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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The new home of the ABC’s (Australia) popular astronomy podcast (formerly known as StarStuff). Recognized worldwide by our listeners and industry experts as one of the best programs on Astronomy and Space Science.

  1. 1.
    15: Goodbye Farewell and Amen 02/20/2019
    38:37
  2. 2.
    14: A New Fundamental Constant of the Sun02/15/2019
    25:35
  3. 3.
    13: New Date02/13/2019
    44:01
  4. 4.
    12: New Twists In The Expansion Of the Universe02/08/2019
    36:11
  5. 5.
    11: New Insights Into Exploding Stars02/07/2019
    31:04
  6. 6.
    10: The First Supermassive Black Holes02/01/2019
    24:48
  7. 7.
    09: Some of Earth’s Oldest Rocks Found on the Moon01/31/2019
    37:20
  8. 8.
    08: Are Fast Radio Bursts Generated by Flaring Magnetars?01/25/2019
    29:34
  1. 9.
    07: Strange New Phenomenon Cowers Astronomers01/24/2019
    32:53
  2. 10.
    06: Brightest Quasar In the Early Universe01/18/2019
    24:13
  3. 11.
    05: A Second Repeating Fast Radio Burst Detected01/16/2019
    36:29
  4. 12.
    04: The First Clue To The Makeup of Dark Matter01/11/2019
    28:54
  5. 13.
    03: New Horizon’s Reveals A New Kind of World01/09/2019
    26:43
  6. 14.
    02: Fuzz On An Expanding Bubble?01/04/2019
    31:49
  7. 15.
    01: The Most Distant World Ever Visited01/02/2019
    35:54
  8. 16.
    103: Saturn’s Rings Are Disappearing12/28/2018
    26:44
  9. 17.
    102: Farout12/26/2018
    36:49
  10. 18.
    101: Water Discovered on Asteroid Bennu12/21/2018
    22:15
  11. 19.
    100: Largest Black Hole Collision Ever Observed12/19/2018
    43:37
  12. 20.
    99: OSIRIS-Rex Arrives 12/14/2018
    35:14
  13. 21.
    98: First Sounds From the Martian Surface12/12/2018
    32:18
  14. 22.
    97: A Very Bright Cannibal12/07/2018
    44:47
  15. 23.
    96: Astronomers find a star almost identical to the Sun12/05/2018
    23:50
  16. 24.
    95: Ticking Time Bomb In Our Stellar Backyard11/30/2018
    29:51
  17. 25.
    94: Touchdown!11/28/2018
    34:38
  18. 26.
    93: Micro-quasar Blasting Gamma Rays Towards Earth11/24/2018
    29:44
  19. 27.
    92: Super-Earth Discovery11/22/2018
    34:22
  20. 28.
    91: When Galaxies Collide11/16/2018
    34:18
  21. 29.
    90: Giant Galactic Impact Shaped The Milky Way11/14/2018
    32:42
  22. 30.
    89: First Images of Asteroid Bennu from Osiris-Rex11/10/2018
    39:12
  23. 31.
    88: Supermassive Black Hole Flares11/08/2018
    27:49
  24. 32.
    87: The Origins of the Martian Moon Phobos11/02/2018
    31:13
  25. 33.
    86: Earth's Inner Core is Solid10/31/2018
    34:19
  26. 34.
    85: Plate tectonics may have been active on Earth since the very beginning10/26/2018
    30:08
  27. 35.
    84: Mysterious Fast Radio Burst Known Population Doubles10/24/2018
    34:39
  28. 36.
    83: Ancient Mars Could Have Had Life10/23/2018
    24:01
  29. 37.
    82: Soyuz Mission Aborted10/23/2018
    39:51
  30. 38.
    81: Discovery of the Goblin 10/23/2018
    27:33
  31. 39.
    80: Another Lander Touches Down on Asteroid Ryugu10/23/2018
    37:11
  32. 40.
    79: Opportunity Still Silent10/23/2018
    31:08
  33. 41.
    78: Evidence For a Third Magellanic Cloud10/23/2018
    33:19
  34. 42.
    77: Echoes Of a Galactic Collision Involving The Milky Way10/23/2018
    30:59
  35. 43.
    76: Japan Lands On the Asteroid Ryugu10/23/2018
    31:46
  36. 44.
    75: Giant galaxy cluster discovered hiding in plain sight10/10/2018
    31:10
  37. 45.
    74: How asteroid impacts shaped Earth’s ancient geology10/10/2018
    34:14
  38. 46.
    73: Space Station leak was man made10/10/2018
    34:34
  39. 47.
    72: New clues about Earth’s greatest mass extinction event10/10/2018
    29:58
  40. 48.
    71: All good aboard space station following leak repair10/10/2018
    33:14
  41. 49.
    70: Earth’s Magnetic field reversals could happen faster than thought10/10/2018
    30:50
  42. 50.
    69: Water confirmed on the Lunar surface10/10/2018
    29:23
  43. 51.
    68: STEVE is not an aurora after all09/21/2018
    34:15
  44. 52.
    67: Earth’s ingredients are fairly typical09/21/2018
    34:58
  45. 53.
    66: Ultra-bright early galaxies may be less common than we think08/24/2018
    29:31
  46. 54.
    65: New Horizons sees possible hydrogen wall at the end of the Solar System08/24/2018
    29:02
  47. 55.
    64: Parker Solar Probe launches08/24/2018
    36:20
  48. 56.
    63: No firewalls around black holes08/24/2018
    32:02
  49. 57.
    62: How our solar system was formed08/09/2018
    30:55
  50. 58.
    61: Andromeda's galactic cannibalism08/03/2018
    28:57
  51. 59.
    60: Water Discovered Under Martian South Pole08/02/2018
    34:02
  52. 60.
    59: Discrepancies infect the standard model of cosmology07/27/2018
    29:16
  53. 61.
    58: Sun’s rotation could influence lightning on Earth07/26/2018
    32:57
  54. 62.
    57: Another possible volcano on Jupiter moon Io - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S21E5707/20/2018
    34:52
  55. 63.
    56: Cosmic ray neutrinos traced back to their source - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S21E5607/19/2018
    31:08
  56. 64.
    55: Dawn spacecraft reaches its lowest ever orbit around Ceres SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S21E5507/16/2018
    28:13
  57. 65.
    54: Cataclysmic collision helped shape Uranus - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S21E5407/13/2018
    36:46
  58. 66.
    53: Interstellar asteroid may actually be a comet - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 21 Episode 5307/06/2018
    29:41
  59. 67.
    52: Complex Organics Bubble up from Enceladus - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 21 Episode 5207/04/2018
    34:10
  60. 68.
    51: Astronomers witness a star ripped apart by rare black hole - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 21 Episode 5107/01/2018
    23:13
  61. 69.
    50: Martian Dust Storm Grows Global 06/29/2018
    39:36
  62. 70.
    49: Mystery Objects & The Supermassive Black Hole 06/22/2018
    30:17
  63. 71.
    48: Big Martian Dust Storm 06/20/2018
    32:01
  64. 72.
    47: New Horizons Wakes Up 06/15/2018
    31:26
  65. 73.
    46: Possible Solution to Dark Matter 06/14/2018
    33:02
  66. 74.
    45: The windswept dunes of Pluto - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 21 Episode 4506/08/2018
    29:21
  67. 75.
    44: The birth of a black hole 06/06/2018
    33:55
  68. 76.
    43: Antimatter lightning beamed from in the eye-wall of a hurricane 06/01/2018
    31:53
  69. 77.
    42: New clues about early Universe 05/30/2018
    30:55
  70. 78.
    41: Water vapour plumes on Europa 05/25/2018
    21:16
  71. 79.
    40: The First Stars 05/23/2018
    42:12
  72. 80.
    39: New search for extra-terrestrial intelligence underway 05/18/2018
    32:30
  73. 81.
    38: Galaxies get bigger and puffier as they age 05/16/2018
    30:01
  74. 82.
    37: Earth’s magnetic field unlikely to flip anytime soon 05/11/2018
    25:46
  75. 83.
    36: NASA InSight mission blasts off 05/09/2018
    37:20
  76. 84.
    35: Massive cloud on collision course with the Milky Way 05/04/2018
    31:58
  77. 85.
    34: A star stripped naked05/02/2018
    26:35
  78. 86.
    33: The most sensitive ever Dark Matter search gets underway 04/27/2018
    35:26
  79. 87.
    32: NASA launches its latest planet-hunting spacecraft 04/25/2018
    30:49
  80. 88.
    31: Dark Matter Keeps Its Secrets 04/20/2018
    26:52
  81. 89.
    30: A glimpse into the heart of an exploding star04/18/2018
    11:40
  82. 90.
    29: Tens of thousands of black holes in Milky Way's centre04/13/2018
    34:30
  83. 91.
    28: Mysterious Signals from the Galactic Centre04/11/2018
    29:18
  84. 92.
    27: The Origins of Earth’s Water 04/06/2018
    38:26
  85. 93.
    26: China’s Tiangong-1 space station crashes back to Earth 04/04/2018
    27:24
  86. 94.
    25: Alien asteroid likely came from a binary star system 03/30/2018
    27:27
  87. 95.
    24: Ancient relic galaxy uncovered 03/28/2018
    34:26
  88. 96.
    23: Steven Hawking’s passing 03/23/2018
    32:51
  89. 97.
    22: New Australian developed rocket passes major test03/21/2018
    30:02
  90. 98.
    21: New studies suggest the Moon has loads of water 03/19/2018
    25:05
  91. 99.
    20: Astronomers detect ancient signals from the first stars in universe 03/16/2018
    42:06
  92. 100.
    19: The strange dense structure discovered below the South Atlantic Anomaly 03/09/2018
    30:00
  93. 101.
    18: Neutron stars confirmed as sources of ultraluminous X-rays 03/07/2018
    31:03
  94. 102.
    17: One of the most massive black holes ever seen 03/02/2018
    31:18
  95. 103.
    16: Milky Way is as big as Andromeda 02/28/2018
    29:26
  96. 104.
    15: Getting up close and personal to an active supermassive black hole 02/23/2018
    29:29
  97. 105.
    14: Supermassive black holes out growing their galaxies 02/21/2018
    34:38
  98. 106.
    13: Does New Horizon’s next target have a moon? 02/16/2018
    31:05
  99. 107.
    12: New galaxy survey measuring the expanding universe 02/14/2018
    30:50
  100. 108.
    11: New study challenges popular theory about dwarf galaxies 02/09/2018
    29:04
  101. 109.
    10: New evidence that our galaxy is a cannibal 02/07/2018
    32:05
  102. 110.
    9: New model links high energy cosmic rays, neutrinos, and gamma rays 02/02/2018
    34:52
  103. 111.
    8: Neutron star merger poses new puzzles 01/31/2018
    32:29
  104. 112.
    7: New Zealand reaches orbit 01/26/2018
    30:40
  105. 113.
    6: Setting a size limit on neutron stars 01/24/2018
    32:12
  106. 114.
    5: Dragon docks with the International Space Station 01/19/2018
    29:35
  107. 115.
    4: New clues about mysterious Fast Radio Bursts 01/17/2018
    34:53
  108. 116.
    4a: Featuring Space Nuts 85 - SpaceTime without Stuart Gary01/12/2018
    30:15
  109. 117.
    3: Black holes control star formation in galaxies 01/10/2018
    37:40
  110. 118.
    2: Solving the mystery of what came first.01/05/2018
    28:07
  111. 119.
    1: Fireworks predicted from Rare Stellar Encounter in 201801/03/2018
    32:38
  112. 120.
    100: NASA looking at missions to a comet and Saturn’s moon Titan 12/29/2017
    39:08
  113. 121.
    99: AI used to discover an eighth exoplanet orbiting distant star 12/27/2017
    33:22
  114. 122.
    98: Juno probes the depths of Jupiter's Great Red Spot 12/22/2017
    24:00
  115. 123.
    97: Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years 12/20/2017
    32:35
  116. 124.
    96: Earliest supermassive black hole ever seen 12/15/2017
    26:27
  117. 125.
    95: New evidence shows the Earth got a bigger beating than thought 12/08/2017
    1:07:25
  118. 126.
    94: Infant stars discovered near supermassive black hole 12/06/2017
    35:38
  119. 127.
    93: The universe before the big bang 12/01/2017
    39:08
  120. 128.
    92: New questions about dark matter and dark energy 11/29/2017
    40:54
  121. 129.
    91: Recurring Martian Streaks could be just sand rather than water 11/24/2017
    47:26
  122. 130.
    90: More clues about our interstellar visitor 11/22/2017
    35:09
  123. 131.
    89: Monster planet discovery rewrites the text books 11/17/2017
    47:42
  124. 132.
    88: The star that wouldn’t die 11/15/2017
    42:54
  125. 133.
    87: Dust cloud discovered around nearest star 11/10/2017
    43:14
  126. 134.
    86: Solving a black hole mystery 11/03/2017
    54:43
  127. 135.
    85: First confirmed interstellar visitor to our solar system 10/31/2017
    32:06
  128. 136.
    84: Filling the early universe with knots could explain why it’s three-dimensional 10/27/2017
    44:27
  129. 137.
    83: The mysteries of antimatter continue to puzzle physicists 10/25/2017
    44:28
  130. 138.
    82: First evidence of Quantum fluctuations in deep space 10/20/2017
    44:56
  131. 139.
    81: First neutron star merger confirmed through gravitational waves 10/18/2017
    45:11
  132. 140.
    80: A radio for dark matter 10/13/2017
    53:08
  133. 141.
    79: A possible cradle of life discovered on Mars 10/11/2017
    36:18
  134. 142.
    78: Narrowing down on Dark Energy 10/06/2017
    31:34
  135. 143.
    77: Rare meteorite rocks scientific community 10/04/2017
    39:00
  136. 144.
    76: Fourth gravitational wave detection09/29/2017
    35:28
  137. 145.
    75: Australia to finally establish a space agency 09/27/2017
    41:47
  138. 146.
    74: Could interstellar ice provide the answer to the birth of DNA? 09/22/2017
    38:35
  139. 147.
    73: The best estimates yet of Earth’s composition 09/20/2017
    50:30
  140. 148.
    72: Farewell Cassini 09/15/2017
    45:54
  141. 149.
    71: NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft About to Swoop Over Australia 09/13/2017
    38:05
  142. 150.
    70: New Theories On the Formation Of Primordial Black Holes 09/07/2017
    44:35
  143. 151.
    69: Cassini Mission End Countdown 09/01/2017
    48:20
  144. 152.
    68: Bizarre looking white dwarf star 08/30/2017
    40:42
  145. 153.
    67: Diamonds Rain on Neptune and Uranus 08/25/2017
    53:56
  146. 154.
    66: Moon's magnetic field lasted far longer than once believed 08/23/2017
    44:00
  147. 155.
    65: Counting Down to the Great American Solar Eclipse 08/18/2017
    50:02
  148. 156.
    64: Galaxies at the cosmic dawn 08/16/2017
    38:37
  149. 157.
    63: An Earth-like atmosphere may not survive Proxima b's orbit 08/11/2017
    39:34
  150. 158.
    62: New evidence supporting supernova shock wave theory of solar system's origins 08/09/2017
    44:29
  151. 159.
    61: The Sun’s core rotates nearly four times faster than its surface 08/04/2017
    50:13
  152. 160.
    60: Planet Earth’s close asteroid encounter 08/02/2017
    38:30
  153. 161.
    59: Lunar water more common than thought 07/28/2017
    35:16
  154. 162.
    58: Surprising results from new galaxy evolution study 07/26/2017
    35:32
  155. 163.
    57: The smallest star ever discovered 07/21/2017
    43:00
  156. 164.
    Jupiter’s mysterious great red spot as never seen before 07/19/2017
    29:54

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