It’s Tuesday September 29 2020. This is Talkin’ Science. Detailed images emerge of M-87’s heart, a supermassive black hole, Artemis is on track for a return to the moon according to NASA and analysing archive data pays off for researchers… finding three salt water lakes on Mars.
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This week we bring you the Emmy’s Nod for Rene and D.C. Fontana, Patrick Stewart & Mark Hamill’s Uber Eats commercial, details of Star Trek Tarot cards and give a shout out to Aaron Vanderkley’s latest work.
It’s Talkin’ Science – back where it belongs on Tuesdays!
Netflix has finally updated their series page for Discovery, confirming an October 16 release. Meanwhile Picard won an Emmy for Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup.
As we gear up for Discovery’s third season, CBS All Access announces it’s becoming Paramount+ in the new year. Meanwhile, The Mandalorian has swept the Creative Arts Emmys with five gongs – including one for an Aussie cinematographer.
We’re Talkin’ Science for another week here at Trekzone. Beam over and catch the week’s science and space headlines…
Did We Just Catch The Making of A Black Hole? Plus Supernova Remnants and a Rusty Moon : Talkin’ Science
A faint detection at Ligo and Virgo points to the formation of an intermediate mass black hole. Scientists analysing deep sea samples find evidence of supernova remnants. And the moon’s get rusty, probably because of Earth’s protective magnetotail…
In the beginning the large production companies sought to sell the streaming rights to their content to the highest bidder, but when they realised the power of being able to leverage audience metrics with advertisers they started striking out on their own.
Welcome to our second new podcast series in this premiere week on Trekzone. It’s The News, your weekly bite size wrap up of science fiction production info.
New research out this week points to bacteria being able to survive the trip to Mars, and back plus the elements for building water may have been on Earth this whole time – not brought in by other meteorites. We’re Talkin’ Science.
In 2018 we premiered our next live action Star Trek fan film called Once More With Feeling. It “Trek-ifed” the heroic story of the Australian Navy’s HMAS Sydney who valiantly fought a German raider in the Indian Ocean during the second world war. On today’s livestream, we’re taking you back to that fan film.
It turns out Ceres is geologically active with a salty ocean beneath the surface… It’s National Science Week and Brad and the team are posing for some satellite selfies…. and Crew-1 delayed again as NASA continues to pour over Demo-2’s mission data.
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