Australia's first astronaut spoke with Trekzone back in 2016 about his journey with NASA. Hear the start of that
Welcome to another week of Talkin' Science here on Australia's unofficial home of Star Trek - now more than
Space Law is essentially a treaty agreed upon back when the race to the moon was a hot button
When Supanova rolled into Brisbane last weekend, there was a small chance we could spend some time with Jason
Last year, the scientific community lost someone very special. Professor Stephen Hawking's battle with Motor Neuron disease ended in
In 60 seconds hear more from Brad about the work they're doing at the Australian National University's Mt Stromlo
Today's guest shot to fame in our genre through her characters Winifred Burkle and Illyria on Angel - twenty
In 60 seconds hear from Dr. Brad Tucker in this 2016 interview about the devastating 2003 bushfires that devastated
Australia's east coast is today under intense observation as catastrophic bushfire warnings remain in place for much of the
It's Supanova week here on Trekzone, as we celebrate Australia's biggest convention rolling around to the Brisbane Convention and
Rajika Kuruwita is a Postdoctorate Researcher at the University of Copenhagen, having studied at the Australian National University. Her
Dr. Geoff Campbell and his team are researching quantum computing and the ability to send information in a quantum
Nuclear Physicist Anton Wallner and his team are looking for supernova remnants on Earth, because it could hold the
On July 20 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin had just landed on the moon when the mission planned
A trio of interesting headlines for this week's show - including continuing coverage of Northrop Grumman's new and improved
This weekend marks a step forward for both the Antares rocket and the Cygnus cargo capsule from Northrop Grumman,
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