It’s 2022’s seventh week, this is Talkin’ Science… Southern Launch firm their partnership with a German rocket maker for launches at Whaler’s Way. SpaceX announces the Polaris Program to forge
What a monumental weekend of crewed spaceflight we’ve just experienced, as America continues to show us the dichotomy it is.
It’s a special week for NASA, not only is Hubble fast approaching it’s thirtieth anniversary but they’ve set a date to launch astronauts from US soil for the first time in almost nine years. Plus, Dr Brad Tucker has details of a dancing star proving Einstein right (again) and a Russian anti-satellite weapon test.
It’s all about spacewalks and Earth-orbiting satellites on today’s Talkin’ Science.
It’s a bumper Talkin’ Science for Trekzone’s 200th podcast today. Brad’s here and he’s got details on his work at the Siding Springs Observatory plus there’s an allegation that NASA
Brad’s live in person on this week’s Talkin’ Science. We’ve got the details on Russia’s first robot in space, alleged cyber crime on the ISS and three new exoplanets discovered!
Our weekly dive into all the exciting science and space news you could ever hope for! Today, Brad and I discuss a new space shuttle design, spacecraft Juno’s discovery of Jupiter’s core, Supernova dust found in the Antarctic and what quite possibly could be a black hole swallowing a neutron star!
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