It’s time to wrap up Aussie Space Month here on Trekzone, with a clip show…
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This week, we’ve brought you info on the latest images of our Sun, the successful launch of the UAE’s mission to Mars and we also took stock of Australia’s astronomical capabilities over the last half a decade.
The Australian Academy of Science has released a review of Australia’s astronomical community and infrastructure at the half way point of a decade-long plan.
As the Solar Orbiter spacecraft beams back the most detailed images of the Sun, the Emirates Mars mission lifts off and we take stock of the decade-long plan to build on Australia’s astronomical community.
We’ve covered it all on this week’s editions of Talkin’ Science, and it’s time to wrap them all up with this uncut edition, produced live…
It’s a real concern in both directions of travel as we set our minds to further missions to Mars and the Artemis program, space contamination could spell disaster not only for what lies preserved on the worlds of our solar system, but what these sample return missions (and crewed return missions) can bring back to Earth.
As China launches three satellites in two weeks, NASA issues directives to manage space contamination and planetary opposition provides a treat for amateur astronomers. It’s Talkin’ Science from Trekzone!
Chief Engineer James Waldie is our guest today as part of Aussie Space Month here at Trekzone, with thanks to SpaceAustralia.com.
We’re back live for another edition of Talkin’ Science uncut. From hungry black holes to the loss of 7 satellites, we’ve got this week’s science and space news headlines.
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