Dangerous asteroids and an Earth-trojan, by Josep Manel Carrasco

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Asteroide Troià Terrestre
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CTIO/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA/J. da Silva/Spaceengine
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ICCUB-IEEC’s researcher Josep Manel Carrasco gave an interview at the radio programme “La República Santboiana” (Ràdio Sant Boi) on February 2nd, where he discussed various astronomical news.

The astronomer is a frequent collaborator of this radio programme and he has contributed numerously to it since he started the collaboration in 2015.

In this issue, Josep Manel explains what are the so-called “potentially dangerous” asteroids and its possible effects on Earth. He also discusses the news of the discovery of the second Earth-Trojan asteroid (2020 XL5) in a paper led by the researcher Toni Santana-Ros of the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona.

 

Listen to the full programme here.

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ICCUB-IEEC’s researcher Josep Manel Carrasco participates in the Science Space of the radio programme “La República Santboiana” of ràdio Sant Boi last Wednesday, April 20. In the programme, the astronomer talks about the furthest and oldest star known to humankind: Earendel. Its light began its journey when the Universe was merely 900 million years old.

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