News from Mars and 200 Ticking Time Bombs in Orbit : Trekzone’s Talkin’ Science

As Perseverance works to convert carbon dioxide in the Martian atmosphere to oxygen in a critical experiment for future crewed missions, Ingenuity flies again – further and longer than the first time. And we’re now tracking in near-real time two hundred pieces of space debris classed as “super spreaders”

Those stories, and the headlines on this Talkin’ Science.

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