Hello everyone!This week's episode of Astronomy News with The Cosmic Companion features a new method of imaging black holes, and we discuss how lunar and Martian colonies could be constructed from human urine. Finally, we will journey back 14 centuries to ancient Japan, when a giant, glowing, red pheasant was seen hovering in the skies above that island nation.
I also interview Dr. Pedro Bernardinelli of The University of Pennsylvania, lead researcher on a study which found 316 minor planets beyond Neptune.
Recently, 316 minor planets were discovered beyond Neptune. The Cosmic Companion talks to the astronomer that headed this historic study. Image credit: Martynan/Adobe Stock.
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Next week on Astronomy News with The Cosmic Companion, we talk to Alan Adler, Inventor of Aerobie flying discs, and the Aeropress coffee maker. (Watch his interview on Good Morning America).
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