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Mars May Have A Chunk of Our Moon as A Fast Radio Burst Is Found : Trekzone’s Talkin’ Science

Scientists now estimate that half of all sun-like stars have Earth-like planets, now we hope they’ve had similar evolutionary paths and have complex life on them. Lunar’s twin – astronomers now believe an asteroid hiding behind Mars and first found more than 20 years ago, is a long lost relative of our moon. And snagging a magnetar, a super dense neutron star, during a recent fast radio burst… how they did it may surprise you.

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Encounter at the Neutral Zone : Trekzone Plays A Final Unity (1)

We’re not slowing down before Christmas, which is only six weeks away! Instead, we’re going to get you in that festive mood with more of the Trekzone content you love. Continuing the week with the start of our second playthrough – #StarTrek #TheNextGeneration A Final Unity. This one is a lot of fun, come with us on the journey.

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New Thoughts on Lower Decks – Talkin’ Trek

A few weeks ago, Lee joined us for a chat about Lower Decks, the latest series in the Star Trek franchise. He wasn’t a massive fan of the characters and really wanted to see some changes. Coincidentally, those changes were coming and in the weeks proceeding our episodes the show turned a corner for him.

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Starship Soars!

SpaceX has backed up their Crew Dragon success with the first flight of Starship… it flew, and landed, at their testing range in Texas.

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Measuring the Ozone as Starship Soars!

Astronomers use a total lunar eclipse to study the ozone, and find exoplanets. The 1987 supernova may have brought the universe a neutron star and Starship finally soars, and lands, in another successful test flight for SpaceX.

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Amazon’s Kuiper Approved to Compete with Starlink

The FCC in the US has greenlit Amazon’s ambitious plans to compete with Starlink for global satellite internet dominance. The Jeff Bezos led company has a leg up on Elon Musk’s project though, given Amazon Web Services serve much of the internet backbone already, and there are ground based stations worldwide.

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A Star Remnant Confounds Astronomers

Astronomers long thought the earliest stars had all died out, and the universe was on it’s third generation of pinpoints of light in the night sky. However, the Phoenix cluster has thrown those theories out the window… as it’s jam packed with “first generation” stars.

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