We’re fast approaching the three quarter mark of our playthrough of Star Trek: The Next Generation A Final Unity here on Trekzone Plays. Join us as we meet the Chodak at Allanor – after redoing the encounter with their vessel…
Hayabusa-2’s mission control announced yesterday that they’re ready for orbital insertion with just a few days to go until it drops off the sample capsule. Meanwhile new research indicates long term astronauts are at risk of rapid ageing and a quartet of radio telescopes have discovered we’re a little closer to the centre of the galaxy.
Adjunct Professor David Flannery is our guest this week as we gear up for the return of Hayabusa-2. With the Japanese mission leading NASA’s Osiris-REx and Perseverance Rover as well as China’s Changy’e 5, what can samples returned from around the solar system tell us?
We remember the Father of Star Trek who has passed away. Plus we have details on new comics to be released in February, Jack’s back on Doctor Who and your first look at the new Trekzone podcasts kicking off January 1.
After subduing the Romulan invasion for now, the Enterprise is tasked with uncovering the mystery at Horst III – armed with information from Chancellor Laraq.
Following the retrieval of the Fifth Scroll and the departure of the Garidian refugees, the Enterprise is reassigned to fend off an armada of invading Romulan warbirds…
As China launches it’s Changy’e 5 lunar sample mission, Rocket Labs recovers it’s first booster and the NSF decide to condemn the Arecibo dish after it was deemed too unsafe to repair.
A collection of early 2010-era docos by William Shatner have been compiled into a BluRay set, ready for Christmas stocking stuffing. Meanwhile IDW Publishing release their first Voyager comic mini-series, Anson Mount joins METI – aiming to contact ET and LeVar Burton thanks fans for championing him as the new host of Jeopardy…
Tracking the Ferengi Aramut across several sectors of space, the Enterprise learns that he didn’t smuggle the Romulan creatures, instead he acquired them as part of a trade with a secluded colony on the planet Frigis. With the aid of the Garidian refugees, Riker and an away team beam to the planets surface and attempt to find The Lawgiver’s Fifth Scroll…
Larry Nemecek’s back on Trekzone as we countdown the days until the sixth installment of Star Trek: Discovery’s epic third season. They’ve jumped 900 years into the future to save the galaxy from the sphere data only to discover a shattered utopia in the Federation.
Crew-1 blasts off from the cape as SpaceX helps NASA officially get back to launching from American soil over ten years after the shuttle retired. Scientists now theorise the mysterious dark matter hangs out at the outer edges of spiral galaxies – not the center. And new theories about Hawking Radiation as new research suggests something of you would survive an encounter with a black hole.
Left with more questions than answers at Cymkoe, the Enterprise is tasked with finding a missing Federation scientist on the arboreal world Morassia. What the away team uncover, however, is a potential smuggling operation involving a Ferengi bringing in Romulan animals…
ViacomCBS CEO delivered a huge confidence boost to the numerous Star Trek production teams, essentially promoting the series as a tentpole for the forthcoming rebranding of CBS All Access and global launch of Paramount+. Meanwhile, on the Fox lot, The Orville production kicks off again in December and plans to honour Leonard Nimoy gain family support in Boston.
After rescuing the Garidian refugees, the Enterprise receives a distress call from Cymkoe IV, their orbital research facility has been attacked by an unknown alien vessel and their life support is critical…
Scientists now estimate that half of all sun-like stars have Earth-like planets, now we hope they’ve had similar evolutionary paths and have complex life on them. Lunar’s twin – astronomers now believe an asteroid hiding behind Mars and first found more than 20 years ago, is a long lost relative of our moon. And snagging a magnetar, a super dense neutron star, during a recent fast radio burst… how they did it may surprise you.
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