In headlines this week, Brad and Matt reflect on the Spitzer Space Telescope and discuss NASA's goal post shifting
As we say goodbye to one of the four great telescopes of NASA - Spitzer - Aussie astronomers have
It's a great time to be a Doctor Who and Star Trek fan, with both franchises on air at
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has reached the end of it's mission as part of the Four Great Observatories observing
We've been talking about the space cookies for a couple of weeks now, but the analysis is in... and
DirecTV's Spaceway-1, now only a backup satellite for the US cable network, suffered a critical failure recently, hear this
China's gearing up to put their new crewed space capsule in orbit, as the Mars 2020 rover team shortlists
Dr Brad Tucker is with us for another edition of Talkin' Science on Tuesday's here at Trekzone. Today the astrophysicist
With the catastrophic bushfire crisis easing and many Australians picking up the pieces, our usual wet season has arrived
Larry Nemecek joins Matt today for our first video podcast of the year! We're diving into the first thoughts
In a little town north of the Victorian capital Melbourne called Murchison, a meteorite crashed to Earth in 1969.
This week marks twenty five years since Star Trek: Voyager first premiered in the United States and to celebrate,
Welcome to another week of Talkin' Science here at Trekzone. Dr Brad Tucker and Matt are discussing a bit
We're back with our main show for 2020 with Starship Intrepid's Nick Cook stopping by the Trekzone mic to
We're back with a brand new season of Talkin' Science after a successful 2019. Today, Brad's got details on new
And we come, as we inevitably must, to the final episode of our Talkin' Trek series - and the,
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