Mulgrew Talks Prodigy; New Trek Movie Ideas and Star Trek Doco Series for History : Trekzone’s The News
As The History Channel announces a new documentary series focusing on Star Trek, in time for the franchises 55th anniversary, Nicholas Meyer speaks about his Trek movie pitch, just days after Paramount taps a writer to get started, Kate Mulgrew talks Prodigy and the Aussie Space Agency announces it’s third initiative to aid Artemis.
Plenty of news around Mars at the moment, plus NASA sets launch windows for two critical missions and scientists have found another planetoid in the outer solar system!
Data from a telescope mounted to 747 indicates water on the Moon, Kate Rubins votes from low Earth orbit – but it’s a complicated and detailed process to record her ballot legally and Osiris-REx tags asteroid Bennu.
Several countries sign on to NASA’s Artemis Accords, a new study suggests the moon helped Earth survive the sun’s teenage years and a very close call for two bits of space junk over Antarctica.
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.
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…
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 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…
Our final story of the week sees Airbus quietly achieving it’s targets with Artemis’ crew capsule.
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