As China launches three satellites in two weeks, NASA issues directives to manage space contamination and planetary opposition provides a treat for amateur astronomers. It’s Talkin’ Science from Trekzone!
Chief Engineer James Waldie is our guest today as part of Aussie Space Month here at Trekzone, with thanks to SpaceAustralia.com.
We’re back live for another edition of Talkin’ Science uncut. From hungry black holes to the loss of 7 satellites, we’ve got this week’s science and space news headlines.
It’s Aussie Space Month all July (2020) here on Trekzone, and we’re kicking things off with Dr Jason Held having A Trekzone Conversation about his companies government contract to build our own mission control centre.
It’s time to produce live the uncut edition of Talkin’ Science. Catch up on our stories including Pluto’s potential ‘hot start’, some impressive black hole discoveries and the exoplanet spotted around baby star “AU Mic.”
While Pluto potentially has an ocean buried deep below the surface, some incredible discoveries have been made in black hole research and the TESS satellite has spotted an exoplanet orbiting a baby star.
While the southern hemisphere was enjoying the winter solstice a bunch of Aussies got together to attempt a world record for measuring light pollution – it’s this week’s final Talkin’ Science story of the week…
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