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Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

All things Space – astronomy, news, travel, discoveries, the mysteries and more…with world renown and respected Astronomer At Large Professor Fred Watson and Broadcaster/Journalist/Sci-Fi Writer Andrew Dunkley.

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Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff. Space Nuts Episode 235 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley ‘a need for speed’ ●A need for speed – wondering why 2020 seemed to move along so quickly? Fred knows why… ●    Chinese Astronomers nearly 600 high velocity stars (see a theme here?). And of course Fred has insider knowledge… ●    Listener questions – from the UK and South Australia to kick off the New Year. For more Space Nuts, supporter links, to visit the shop, buy a book, to leave us your questions, and to stream podcast episodes on-demand, visit our website at (mobile friendly). Become a Space Nuts crew member and gain immediate access to our catalogue of special commercial-free versions of Space Nuts plus bonus content now rolling out. Instant access to 90 plus posts once signed up...Simply sign on via our Patreon or Supercast pages… Space Nuts with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley is creating Astronomy and Space Science Podcasts or (New) The Space Nuts Super Exclusive Commercial Free Feed and if you’d like to check out our new bundled options: Bitesz Network on Supercast Follow us on Facebook (join our group); Twitter, YouTube, MeWe and Rumble.   Sponsor Link: This episode of Space Nuts is brought you with the support of LastPass password manager...sorting out the biggest hassle we all have on the internet...and you can do it for free. Details at  Use this link and help support the show. Thanks...   ExpressVPN - Rated No.1 by TechRadar and as used by us. For three months free with any 12-month package, just visit  and help support the show.   NameCheap….the best way to buy and manage your domain names. Get more details at and help support the show. This is the service we use to manage all of our domains and we highly recommend them.   Join the Space Nuts Facebook and share stuff with other listeners, ask your questions….Andrew may even answer them. This is your community so we want to hear from you. Just search for the Space Nuts Group on Facebook and join today. See you there…   Time to treat yourself with one of our new T-Shirts, Polo shirts, coffee mugs, stickers and more. Details here:  (They make great presents…just saying).   Professor Fred Watson’s latest book is available now - ‘Cosmic Chronicles’ - Are we alone in the Universe? Where did the Moon come from? How do we know what stars are made of? Could there really be a future in asteroid mining?   In Cosmic Chronicles, Fred Watson – Australia’s Astronomer-at-Large and bestselling author – explores the hottest topics in space science and astronomy. By using our links you’ll be helping support the show. For our Australian listeners, you can get it here and for our international listeners, use this link:    Andrew Dunkley’s new Sci-Fi Novel The Terranian Enigma is available now - Audio version added to the lineup - When The Borche invaded the seven worlds of the Andromeda Galaxy the people fought hard to defend their colonies but they were confronted by a disciplined and unwavering foe. The Borche proved overwhelming and without mercy, killing indiscriminately, their goal, extermination and slavery. Details at   Follow us on Facebook (join our group); Twitter, YouTube, MeWe and Rumble. #astronomy #space #science #technology #news #aao #drfredwatson #stargazerfred 

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Previous episodes

  • 237 - 'the need for speed' 
    Thu, 14 Jan 2021
  • 236 - Buffering 
    Thu, 24 Dec 2020
  • 235 - The Great Conjunction 
    Thu, 17 Dec 2020
  • 234 - Welcome Home! 
    Thu, 10 Dec 2020
  • 233 - A New Atlas of the Universe 
    Thu, 03 Dec 2020
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