Finding The Building Blocks of Life; James Webb Passes Alignment & We’re Heading to Uranus and Enceladus : Trekzone’s Talkin’ Science

It’s week 18 of 2022, this is Talkin’ Science… we’re back diving into the latest in science and space.

A meteorite that landed in Victoria in 1969 has shown to have the ingredients for life, adding to the evidence that those important building blocks crash landed here millions of years ago… The James Webb Space Telescope passes it’s final alignment and tests – it’s now ready to study the universe in the greatest detail yet. And NASA has announced a new mission to Uranus and Saturn’s moon Enceladus are beginning to be drawn up – marking only the second time each will have been visited by us…

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