Hypersonix officially welcomes their new manufacturing facility. The CSIRO calls for proposals for telescope time across the country and six sub-Neptunes found, which have likely remained unchanged for a couple
We’re catching up with the three major category winners from The 2023 Trekzone Fan Film Awards … Randy Landers, Jeff Nord and Dave Ellis. Lets check in and reveal the
Oxygen on Venus… an incredible find backed up seventeen times. wearable tech helping astronauts find themselves and a rogue star thought to heading our way now isn’t… the reanalysis that’s
Australia and the US sign a Technology Safeguards Agreement, the culmination of a whole-of-government effort to secure an important path forward to expanding the Australian Space Industry. Plus SmartSat SRC’s
NASA announces asteroid Bennu contains carbon and water, a comet explosion may have kick started agriculture in Syria and the light pollution from artificial satellites has now reached the point
A successful crash landing back to Earth. Seven years and a handful of days after it was launched, OSIRIS-REx returns home with the all important samples of asteroid Bennu. Within
It’s the film that introduced James Kerwin to Star Trek: Continues through on-set connections, both celebrating ten years since their premieres. In this short and sharp Trekzone Conversation our good
Hydrogen surrounding NGC 4632 could make it a rare polar ring galaxy. A bubble of galaxies has been found – measuring a billion light-years across, and Vladimir Putin and Kim
A new report has revealed the Australian high school curriculum has a gender bias when it comes to teaching children about scientists and scientific discoveries. The study was conducted as
Shawn O’Halloran and Dean Newbury beam in to discuss the never-before-seen police bodycam vision of the Altercation in Atlanta two years ago. This is a Trekzone First. Bodycam Vision 1:
Chandrayaan-3 Takes The Lunar Temperature. A New Report Finds Massive Gender Bias in Australian High Schools and Landslides on Mars Indicate Water Surrounded Olympus Mons It’s Wednesday August 30 2023
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