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As astronomers uncover the complexities surrounding galaxy PKS 2014-55, we’re learning details about China’s “whoopsie” as the core stage of their new rocket lands close to New York City and NASA sets down the ground rules for the Artemis missions to the moon…
Last week we brought you details of China’s plans to test launch a bigger rocket they’re hoping to use to get their astronauts into orbit and beyond, as the country continues to rapidly accelerate it’s space program. We can now report that they’ve successfully completed that test.
Known for his daredevil stunts that help push the audience into a massive sense of disbelief, actor Tom Cruise is set to head up to the Space Station to film his next movie. Details are scarce, but at least Tom and a camera operator will be heading up at some point.
Another week in our Coronavirus lockdown life rolls around, and Dr Brad Tucker is here with details of the closest black hole to Earth being discovered by astronomers, Tom Cruise and SpaceX signing up to film a movie on the Space Station and China’s shakedown cruise of it’s new long March 5B rocket.
Dr Brad Tucker drops by with details of the Eta Aquarid meteor shower, SpaceX and Blue Origin winning contracts for NASA’s Artemis missions to the moon and Hubble spotting comet Atlas’ breakup as the power of the sun got too much for the iceball.
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