After beating back the Scavengers from the bridge, Munro and a strike team head down to the firing chamber to realign the beam – where they run into another problem…
In a frantic effort to stop the approaching Harvester ship from scavenging Voyager, Munro and the Hazard team beam over to a derelict gunship to attempt repairs and bring it’s
As we gear up for Discovery’s return with her fourth season this week, we learnt that the Paramount theme park in China is moving forward, Transformers takes over Star Trek’s
During our first week of Talkin’ Science in April 2019 the world was granted a rare insight into the actual look of Sagittarius A – the black hole at the
Munro and the team continue through the Borg cube to recover the isodesium samples. What they find, however, is a sinister enemy lurking below decks…
Scientists have presented the largest number of gravitational wave detections to date. The Hubble team gets one science instrument running again, as they continue troubleshooting the glitch. And Crew-2 returns
It turns out the alien communication detected from Proxima Centauri in 2019 was interference from here on Earth… Dr Danny Price, part of the SETI team beams in to explain
Munro must locate captured team mates and retrieve more isodesium samples. Climbing through Hirogen, Malon and Terran Empire corridors and rooms we gain a greater sense of the danger lurking
As we returned to covering Axanar in 2019, Christian Gossett beamed in to lament what could’ve been if Alec had’ve listened…
Munro and the Hazard Team board Scavanger Base to learn more about isodesium as a power source. The Klingon, Malon, Hirogen and Terran base proves to a be a very
We’ve got special guest co-host Thomas Crow with us for this edition of Talkin’ Science. We’ll be catching up on Crew 3’s launch delay, find out the depth of the
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