Cassini’s Final Images While A Meteorite Strikes Above Queensland

We Talk Science on Tuesday’s here at Trekzone HQ when our favourite astrophysicist dials in to chat about the latest space and science news making headlines. This week, we’re chatting about the final images from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, the space agencies effort to put an atomic clock into orbit to aid space travel and the meteorite that tried to crash through the atmosphere near this website’s office near Ipswich, Queensland.


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