Hosts: Ed Brown, Penny Dumsday, Dr. Helen Maynard-Casely
[00:02:37] The Juno spacecraft has returned extraordinary new data about Jupiter’s cloud system and interior.
[00:14:51] Diabetes, which affects about 415 million people around the world, has conventionally been categorised into three types – Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes. But a new study indicates that there may in fact be 6 different types of diabetes.
[00:20:39] Using satellite and drone technology, researchers have found a new supercolony of more than 1.5 million Adélie penguins.
[00:25:54] A tribe of people that lived in Southern Africa nearly a thousand years ago have unintentionally left a legacy that is now a new source of information about the Earth’s magnetic field.
Dr. Helen Maynard-Casely is an instrument scientist for the WOMBAT high-intensity powder diffractometer at the Bragg Institute. She writes “The Shores of Titan” column on The Conversation. Her most recent scientific paper, The Acetylene-Ammonia Co-crystal on Titan, is published in the journal ACS Earth and Space Chemistry.
This episode contains traces of Liz MacDonald, a space scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, describing a newly discovered type of aurora.