A Mini Moon, A Blood Clot and Martian Weather
If one of the suspected mini moons crashing to Earth doesn’t hit you, a blood clot – recently discovered inside five astronauts during their missions – doesn’t form in your body… you might just make it to Mars to find a dust tower waiting for you to ruin your summer vacation to the red planet!
At least that’s seemingly the take away from this week’s Talkin’ Science. Brad and Matt discuss the three biggest stories of the week:
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