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.
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…
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