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Greg
 Jun 6, 2021
I've really enjoyed Gary's show. However, the way he presents the Wuhan Covid lab leak hypothesis as proven science bugs me. What other ideas does he present as true even when they're unproven speculation?


 Apr 5, 2020

terry
 Aug 7, 2019
Gary does an amazing job. The right mix of science and space news..delivered with intellect but in a manner, anyone can understand. Been a listener for over 20 years..from ABC radio to this podcast....and still, look forward to each episode

Pete Ellinger
 Dec 17, 2018
Up tempo, professional quality space news. Good to hear this delivered by an Ozzie voice.

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 Jul 27, 2018

Description

19 years on Australian Public Radio (as StarStuff), 5 years of podcasting and counting. We have a lot of content to share with you.
Recognized worldwide by our listeners and industry experts as one of the best and most thoroughly researched programs on Astronomy, Technology, Space, and Science News.
Keep up-to-date and learn something new with every episode.
3 new episodes per week...published Monday, Wednesday & Friday. However, no waiting for our supporters who get all three episodes on Monday.

Episode Date
NASA Sending Two More Choppers to Mars
2202
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 87
*NASA to send two more choppers to Mars for sample return mission.
NASA says its Mars Ingenuity helicopter has been so successful, two more will be built and sent to the red planet to help with the planned sample return mission.
*Top Secret Space Shuttle sets a record
The clandestine X-37B space shuttle has shattered its own orbital mission duration record of 780 days in space.
*China expands its space station
China has launched the second module of its new Tiangong space station.
*August Skywatch
We look at the giant star Antares, Barnard’s star is the second nearest star system to the Sun, and the annual Perseids meteor shower.

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Aug 05, 2022
Another Russian Promise to Leave the International Space Station
1843
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 86
*Another Russian promise to leave the International Space Station
Russia have again announced plans to quit the International Space Station sometime after 2024.
*ExoMars launch date moved to 2028
The European Space Agency’s EXO-Mars mission to search for signs of past or present life on the red planet – which was to launch in a few weeks’ time -- is now likely to fly in 2028 – ten years after it was first meant to fly.
*The records continue to tumble for SpaceX and its Falcon 9 rocket
SpaceX has set a new launch record with its latest Starlink satellite mission.
*The Science Report
Plastic pollution stimulating bacterial growth in freshwater lakes.
Teens who vape are more likely to try cannabis.
Scientists develop a water-activated disposable paper battery.
Alex on Tech: new software update for Windows ten users.
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Aug 03, 2022
Has James Webb Already Found Some of the Earliest Galaxies in the Universe
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 85
*Has James Webb already found some of the earliest galaxies in the universe?
Astronomers are speculating that NASA’s new James Webb Space Telescope may have already discovered the most distant and hence earliest galaxy in the universe.
*New telescopes to see gravitational wave sources
Australia is about to get a new telescope array specifically designed to find the sources of gravitational waves generated by events such as neutron star collisions.
*Planning continues on the Lunar Gateway space station
Japan has confirmed its participation in NASA’s proposed new Lunar Gateway Space Station project.
*The Science Report
Napping associated with higher risks for high blood pressure and stroke.
Study shows vitamin D supplements don’t lower the risk of breaking bones.
How domestic cats manage to live together.
Skeptic's guide to Uri Geller’s alien invasion

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 86
*Another Russian promise to leave the International Space Station
Russia have again announced plans to quit the International Space Station sometime after 2024.
*ExoMars launch date moved to 2028
The European Space Agency’s EXO-Mars mission to search for signs of past or present life on the red planet – which was to launch in a few weeks’ time -- is now likely to fly in 2028 – ten years after it was first meant to fly.
*The records continue to tumble for SpaceX and its Falcon 9 rocket
SpaceX has set a new launch record with its latest Starlink satellite mission.
*The Science Report
Plastic pollution stimulating bacterial growth in freshwater lakes.
Teens who vape are more likely to try cannabis.
Scientists develop a water-activated disposable paper battery.
Alex on Tech: new software update for Windows ten users.

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 87
*NASA to send two more choppers to Mars for sample return mission.
NASA says its Mars Ingenuity helicopter has been so successful, two more will be built and sent to the red planet to help with the planned sample return mission.
*Top Secret Space Shuttle sets a record
The clandestine X-37B space shuttle has shattered its own orbital mission duration record of 780 days in space.
*China expands its space station
China has launched the second module of its new Tiangong space station.
*August Skywatch
We look at the giant star Antares, Barnard’s star is the second nearest star system to the Sun, and the annual Perseids meteor shower.

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Aug 01, 2022
You’ll Need to Dig Deep to Find Life on Mars
1645
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 84
*New studies suggest you’ll need to dig deep to find life on Mars
A new study has confirmed that future Mars rovers will need to drill at least two metres below the red planet’s surface to find any evidence of ancient Martian life – if it ever existed.
*Mars Helicopter grounded by sensor glitch
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has been grounded after suffering a sensor failure.
*A new joint American and Australian spy satellite launched
Rocket Lab have successfully launched the first of two new spy satellites for the Australian and United States governments.
*China launches more spy satellites
China has launched another pair of Earth observation satellites to keep an eye of its areas of interest.
*The Science Report
Climate change wiping out bird species at a dramatic rate.
New Guidelines warn adults should have no more than 10 standard drinks a week.
Rare sauropod dinosaur teeth found in outback Queensland.
Skeptic's guide to Graphology

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Jul 29, 2022
Three New Particles Discovered at CERN
2605
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 83
*Three new particles discovered at CERN
The international LHCb collaboration at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider has discovered three never-before-seen subatomic particles.
*The new telescope to test competing theories of Dark Energy
Simulated tests of the ultra-deep field galaxy survey observations expected from NASA upcoming Nancy Grace Roman Space telescope mission have astonished astronomers.
*Cygnus used to boost Space Station for the first time
NASA have used a docked Northrop Grumman Cygnus cargo ship to boost the International Space Station up into a higher orbit.
*New space suits and a dust monitor taken to the International Space Station
A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship loaded with over two and a half tonnes of supplies has docked safely to the International Space Station.
*The Science Report
A new study warns that 38% of large carnivore species now considered vulnerable or endangered.
Scientists have sequenced the genetic code of the Sturgeon.
The latest snapshot of Australia’s attitude to drugs.
Alex on Tech: the dangers of installing the TikTok app.
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Jul 27, 2022
Launch Date Set for NASA’s Artemis-1 Mission to the Moon
2269
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 82
*A launch date set for NASA’s Artemis-1 mission to the Moon
NASA is looking at August 29 as the potential launch date for the maiden flight of the massive SLS Moon rocket on Artemis-1.
*Warnings about the DART asteroid impact mission
A new study warns that NASA’s planned DART mission could leave its target asteroid badly deformed.
*Counting down to the death of a red giant
Astronomers have for the first time witnessed a rare stellar pulse that is foreshadowing the death of a star known as a red giant.
*Jupiter shows off its rings
Hot on the heels of last week’s spectacular first images from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope astronomers have released some stunning images including some stunning images of Jupiter, its moons, and it’s hard to see ring system.
*The Science Report
The latest State of the Environment report is painting a dire picture of climate inaction in Australia.
Hospitals starting to gear up across Australia with deaths from COVID on the increase again.
The UK has crossed the 40°C 'milestone' for the first time in recorded history.
Skeptic's guide to the problem with SLAPP suits
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Jul 25, 2022
The Ultimate Fate of a Star Shredded by a Black Hole
1762
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 81
*The ultimate fate of a star shredded by a black hole
Astronomers studying the destruction of a star by a black hole have unraveled another mystery in how stars are torn apart by these dark monsters.
*NASA’s New Mineral Dust Detector
A new NASA science package to attach to the International Space Station will monitory how dusty the Earth is – and how that affects the environment.
*Moscow adorns their Progress cargo ship with anti-Ukrainian propaganda
A Russian Progress cargo ship carrying two and a half tonnes of supplies has successfully docked with the International Space Station.
*Two American spy satellites launched
Two classified American spacecraft have been successfully launched into aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V Centaur rocket from Florida's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
*The growing danger of falling space junk
A new study has found that wishing on a falling star could be deadly – especially if it’s a rocket.
*The Science Report
No health benefits to drinking alcohol for the under forties.
Climate change is weakening many of the world’s forests.
A mysterious global tsunami which circled the Earth in August 2021.

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Jul 22, 2022
NASA’s Curiosity Rover goes into Emergency Safe Mode on Mars
1696
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 80
*NASA’s Curiosity rover goes into emergency safe mode on Mars
NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover have suddenly gone into emergency safe mode on the red planet following unusual temperature spikes were detected by a key instrument control unit.
*Claims the Earth’s mantle had two different compositions
A new study claims the Earth’s mantle had very different composition early in the planet’s history with the lower mantle nearest the outer core far drier than the upper mantle closer to the crust.
*China slams NASA’s claims about Beijing militarizing the Moon
Beijing has slammed claims by NASA Administrator Bill Nelson that China is trying to gain the ultimate high ground by militarizing the Moon.
*China’s military buildup in space continues
China has launched another Gaofen high resolution spy satellite.
*Virgin Orbit launches seven Space Force Satellites
Virgin Orbit has successfully launched seven United States Space Force satellites aboard a LauncherOne carrier rocket drop launched from a specially modified Boeing 747 airliner named Cosmic Girl.
*The Science Report
The growing threat posed by the Monkey Pox virus.
Palaeontologists discover what may be the oldest known vertebrates.
Scientists develop an artificial intelligence system named PLATO,
Alex on Tech Major security upgrade on IOS-16
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Jul 20, 2022
James Webb Reveals its Spectacular First Images
3045
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 25 Episode 79
*James Webb reveals its spectacular first images
The first images from the new James Webb Space Telescope have stunned the world with their spectacular beauty and clarity.
*Russia officially kicked off the ExoMars mission over Ukraine
The European Space Agency has officially terminated cooperation with the Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos on the joint EXO-Mars mission with to put a rover on the surface of the red planet to drill for signs of life.
*A successful maiden flight of Europe’s new Vega C rocket
Europe’s new Vega C launch vehicle has undertaken a successful maiden flight delivering a scientific satellite and six Cubesats into orbit.
*A blast rocks SpaceX’s star base complex in Texas.
A SpaceX Starship super heavy Booster has suffered a spectacular launch pad explosion at the SpaceX star base Facility in Boca Chica Texas.
*SpaceX set new launch records for its Falcon 9 rocket.
SpaceX has set a new record flying the same Falcon 9 booster for the 13th time.
*The Science Report
Increased risks of heart diseases and diabetes after getting COVID-19.
Yet another warning to cut down on your salt intake.
Paleontologists find a new species of giant meat eating theropod dinosaur in Argentina.
Skeptic's guide to how psychics communicate
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Jul 18, 2022
Discovery of the Fastest Known Star
1496
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 78
*Discovery of the fastest known star
Astronomers have discovered the fastest known star in the Milky Way orbiting Sagittarius A* the Supermassive black hole at the galactic centre in just four Earth years.
*Physicists confront the neutron lifetime puzzle
To solve a long-standing puzzle about how long a neutron can “live” outside an atomic nucleus, physicists entertained a wild but testable theory proposing the existence of a right-handed version of our left-handed universe.
*Shedding new light on dark matter
A team of physicists has developed a method for predicting the composition of dark matter.
*The Science Report
New study looks at who is more likely to develop long COVID.
A thousand species of bacteria and archaea discovered living on glaciers in the Tibetan Plateau.
The new low-cost supercapacitor that can selectively capture carbon dioxide gas while it charges.
Skeptic's guide to dreams forebodings and premonitions.

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Jul 15, 2022
Curiosity Finds Organic Material on Mars Comparable with Some Parts of Earth
1976
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 77
*Curiosity finds organic material on Mars comparable with some parts of Earth
Scientists measuring the total organic carbon - a key component in the molecules of life - in Martian rocks for the first time have found levels comparable with some location on Earth.
*All systems go for NASA’s Viper lunar rover mission
NASA are planning to land a lunar rover on the Moon’s south pole next year to search for water ice in the permanently dark shadows lurking at the bottom of craters that never seen the Sun.
*The unexpected chemical complexity Comet 67P Churyumov Gerasimenko
Scientists have discovered a whole series of complex organic molecules in the Comet 67P Churyumov Gerasimenko.
*The Science Report
480 million year old spore-like microfossils found in Australia.
How to talk when loved ones are sleeping.
The Dingo has a unique genome distinct from domestic dogs.
Alex on Tech: The iPhone turns 15 – do you feel old yet?
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Jul 13, 2022
The Dark Side of the Universe Might Not Be All That Dark After All
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 76
*The Dark Side of the Universe might not be all that dark after all
The accelerating expansion of the universe due to a mysterious quantity called “dark energy” may not be real, according to ongoing research claiming it might simply be an artefact caused by the physical structure of the cosmos.
*CAPSTONE moon probe finally phones home after mysteriously going silent
NASA’s Capstone mission has re-established contact with mission managers two days after suddenly going silent following its separation from its Rocket Lab Photon Spacecraft.
*NASA’s second launch at the Arnhem Space Centre blasts off
NASA has conducted a second launch from the Arnhem Space Centre sending a sub orbital sounding rocket on a mission to study our nearest neighbouring star system Alpha Centauri.
*The Science Report
A new more infectious third COVID Omicron wave on the way.
A diet rich in Vitamin K could lower your risk of atherosclerosis-related cardiovascular disease.
New study confirms true believers are most likely to be radicalised.
Skeptic's guide to junk science in forensics
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Jul 11, 2022
Martian Meteorite Upsets Planet Formation Theory
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SpaceTime 20220708 Series 25 Episode 75
*Martian meteorite upsets planet formation theory
A new study of an old Martian meteorite is contradicting current ideas of planetary formation.
*Another six space tourist kiss the edge of space aboard New Shepard
Blue Origin has undertaken its fifth manned space tourism flight.
*First Ariane 5 launch for 2022
The European Space Agency has undertaken its first Ariane 5 flight of the year placing two telecommunications satellites into geostationary orbit.
*SpaceX rounds off a busy launch schedule with more than a dozen flights
It’s been busy times for SpaceX and its Falcon 9 workhorse with more than a dozen launches taking place on what seems like a futuristic space age production line with one launch after another.
*July Skywatch
Planet Earth reaches its furthest orbital distance from the Sun, the spectacular Southern Cross constellation, and the ticking time bomb known as Antares…

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Jul 08, 2022
Launch Delay for Psyche Asteroid Mission
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 74
*NASA announces launch delay for Its Psyche asteroid mission
NASA has scrubbed the launch of its long-awaited mission to the strange metallic rich asteroid 16 Psyche because of on-going flight software issues.
*New Zealand’s first lunar mission blasts off
Rocket Lab has launched – CAPSTONE -- its first lunar spacecraft for NASA.
*Iran carries out another ballistic missile test despite its UN agreements
Iran has carried out a second test launch of its new Zoljanah long range ballistic missile in direct contravention of its 2015 nuclear non proliferation treaty agreements.
*South Korea launches its own orbital rocket.
South Korea has successfully launched its first homegrown rocket placing a satellite into orbit.
*The Science Report
Claims there are now fewer tropical cyclones across the world than before industrialisation.
New research suggests that a 'mega dose' of Vitamin C may be harmful rather than helpful.
Dogs might be man’s best friend thanks to mutations in stress hormones genes.
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Jul 06, 2022
Discovery Of The Most Powerful Pulsar In The Distant Universe
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 73
*Discovery of the most powerful pulsar in the distant universe
Astronomers have discovered one of the youngest and most powerful neutron star pulsars ever seen.
*NASA returns to Australian skies for a series of space flights
NASA has undertaken its first launch from a privately operated commercial launch pad outside the United States.
*China launches four more spy satellites as it continues to prepare for war
China has launched four more spy satellites as the communist nation continues what Beijing describes as its build up to war.
*The Science Report
Monkeypox continues to spread globally.
The simple eye test that can determine if you’re on the spectrum.
Domestic dogs more closely related to ancient eastern Eurasian wolves than to those in the west.
Skeptic's guide to what sort of people believe in the paranormal.
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Jul 04, 2022
A Close Encounter with the Planet Mercury
1969
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 72
*A close encounter with the planet Mercury
The BepiColombo spacecraft has just undertaken its second close flyby of the planet Mercury.
*Parker Solar Probe Completes 12th Perihelion
NASA’s Parker Solar probe has just completed its 12th perihelion flying to within eight and a half million kilometres of the Sun’s surface.
*Work begins on a new European tracking station in Western Australia
Construction is now underway on the European Space Agency’s latest deep-space communications antenna in Western Australia.
*The Science Report
A new study says Australian COVID-19 cases are far higher than reported.
Tropical coral reefs threaten Sydney Harbour.
Scientists closer to developing a more sustainable, rechargeable ‘organic’ battery.
Skeptic's guide to the pseudoscience of gay conversion therapy.

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Jul 01, 2022
Dead Star Caught Ripping Up Its Planetary System
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 71
*Dead star caught ripping up its planetary system
Astronomers have been given a sobering glimpse of the ultimate fate of planet Earth as they watched a Sun like star at the end of its life rip its planetary system apart.
*New evidence on long standing water on ancient Mars
A new study suggests that Mars may have retained a significant amount of water until far more recently than previously thought.
*Russian space debris threatens space station
Crew aboard the International Space Station have been forced to take evasive action to avoid a piece of Russian space junk created by Moscow’s latest anti-satellite missile test.
*The Science Report
Claims the Omicron variant appears to be less likely to cause long covid than Delta.
New study claims multivitamins and dietary supplements are a waste of money.
The origins of copper revealed.
Alex on Tech: new virtual reality training systems to help surgeons.
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Jun 29, 2022
Monster Black Hole Discovery
1963
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 70
*Monster black hole discovery
Astronomers have discovered a supermassive black hole that’s consuming as much mass as the planet Earth every second.
*Discovery of a possible new fundamental particle – maybe even dark matter
There’s growing evidence today of the possible existence of a new yet to be confirmed fundamental particle in physics.
*Space Launch System ready to fly
NASA says it’s ready to launch its giant new Artemis 1 SLS moon rocket.
*The Science Report
Google rejects claims its LaMDA artificial intelligence program has become sentient or self-aware.
The world’s first quantum computing chip developed in Sydney.
Claims exposure to green space could slow cognitive decline in middle-aged women.
Skeptic's guide to spooky dolly
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Jun 27, 2022
Detecting Invisible Monsters Floating Unseen In Space
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 69
*Detecting invisible monsters floating unseen in space
Astronomers may have discovered the first free-floating black hole in the Milky Way galaxy – an invisible monster devouring anything that gets too close.
*NASA loses two hurricane monitoring satellites during launch
Two small NASA satellites designed to study hurricane development have been destroyed after their Astra Rocket 3.3 launch vehicle failed to reach orbit during its accent from the Cape Canaveral Space Force base in Florida.
*Iran breaches more nuclear agreements as it prepares for another missile test
Iran has confirmed its gearing up for more missile tests despite United Nations resolutions agreed to by the Islamic republic preventing Tehran from developing nuclear weapons or their delivery systems.
*The Science Report
Microplastics discovered in Antarctica for the first time.
New study says the Black Death may have originated in modern day Kyrgyzstan
A new study shows that as well as sending your cat nuts catnip also keeps insects away.
Skeptic's guide to the Shroud of Turin

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Jun 24, 2022
GAIA’s Long Awaited Third Data Release
2083
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 68
*A treasure trove of galactic information in GAIA’s long awaited third data release
The European Space Agency has finally published the long awaited GAIA mission third data release. The findings represent the most detailed survey so far of our home galaxy the Milky Way.
*Europe approves a new Comet Interceptor Mission
The European Space Agency has approved a new mission to intercept an interstellar comet or asteroid.
*James Webb space telescope hit by micrometeoroid
NASA’s brand new ten billion dollar James Webb space telescope has been hit by a micrometeoroid.
*The Science Report
Warnings the current ongoing La Niña event could last till December.
Discovery of a link between living near fracking sites while pregnant and baby development.
Fossils of a new kind of theropod dinosaur discovered in Egypt’s western Desert.
Alex on Tech: the plague of facial recognition software.
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Jun 22, 2022
Evidence That Earth’s Inner Core Oscillates
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 67
*Evidence that Earth’s inner core oscillates
Scientists have discovered that the Earth’s inner core oscillates, contradicting previously accepted models that suggested it consistently rotates at a faster rate than the planet’s surface.
*A new look at planet Earth’s plate tectonics
Scientists have developed new models providing a more detailed view of planet Earth’s extensive system of plate tectonics and how the continents are assembled.
*NASA to study UFOs
NASA is to undertake its own independent study of unidentified aerial phenomena better known to us as UFOs.
Meanwhile, the internet is abuzz with claims by China that its FAST radio telescope may have picked up signals from an alien civilization -- But others are saying not so fast.
*The Science Report
Neurodevelopmental issues found in some kids born to COVID mothers.
A new study has linked vitamin D deficiency to dementia.
Paleontologists have identified the remains of what could be Europe’s largest ever dinosaur.
Skeptic's guide to ghosts in the asylum.
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Jun 20, 2022
Mars Probe MAVEN Back In Service
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 66
*Mars probe MAVEN back in service following a major glitch
NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft is finally back in operation after defaulting into an emergency safety mode in February. Mission managers eventually traced the problem to its Inertial Measurement Units which are responsible for navigation.
*Unravelling the mystery of brown dwarfs
Astronomers have discovered five brown dwarfs -- objects that fill the gap between the largest planets and the smallest stars. The five reported in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics will provide new clues about how these rare objects are formed and evolve.
*Three new crew board China’s space station
Three Chinese taikonauts have arrived safely aboard Beijing’s new Tiangong space station for what will be a six month mission to complete construction of the orbiting outpost. The trio blasted off in their Shenzhou-14 capsule aboard a Long March-2F rocket from the Jiuquan satellite launch center in northwestern China's Gobi desert.
*The Science Report
A rapid decline in Omicron-specific antibody levels only weeks after the second and third doses.
A plant-based diet can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Scientists develop a living human skin for robots.
Skeptic's guide to life after death

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Jun 17, 2022
Earth’s Magnetic Poles Aren’t About To Flip
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 65
*New study says Earth’s magnetic poles aren’t about to flip
A new study claims the South Atlantic Anomaly -- a mysterious region where the Earth’s geomagnetic field strength is decreasing rapidly – does not mean the planet’s poles are about to flip polarity. The findings reported in the journal PNAS pieces together evidence stretching back 9,000 years and suggests that the current changes aren’t unique, and that a reversal may not be in the cards after all.
*Discovery that Mercury has magnetic storms
A new study has confirmed that Mercury the nearest planet to the Sun and the solar system’s smallest planet, has geomagnetic storms similar to those on Earth. The findings reported in the journal Nature Communications answers the question of whether other planets, including those outside our solar system, can have geomagnetic storms regardless of the size of their magnetosphere or whether they have an Earth-like ionosphere.
*Striving for the Moon
When the crew of Apollo 17 blasted off from the surface of the Moon in 1972 no one thought it would be over half a century before people returned. As political priorities changed on Earth -- the Moon was forgotten and a generation of scientific endeavour was moth balled.
*The Science Report
Further increases in coral bleaching and the hottest sea temperatures on record.
Eating more fish linked to a greater risk of malignant melanoma.
Yet another reason to start the day by drinking a cup of coffee.
Alex on Tech Apple’s glimpse of upcoming changes to iPhone software.
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Jun 15, 2022
Strange Neutron Star Discovered In Stellar Graveyard
2138
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 64
*Strange neutron star discovered in stellar graveyard
Astronomers have discovered a mysterious new type of neutron star. The star named PSR J0901-4046 should be in a category of non-rotating dead neutron stars assigned to a sort of stellar graveyard.
*NASA to launch from Arnhem land this month
NASA has listed June 26th as the preferred launch window for the first of three sounding rocket flights to be conducted from Equatorial Launch Australia’s new Arnhem Space Centre in the Northern Territory’s Gove Peninsula near Nhulunbuy. The flights will be the first for NASA from a commercial launch facility outside of the United States, and the first time the agency’s launched rockets from Australia since 1995, when launches were conducted from the Woomera Rocket Range.
*The world’s biggest rocket Artemis 1 back on the launch pad
NASA’s Artemis 1 SLS Moon rocket is back on the launch pad in Florida after a series of modifications in preparation for another attempt at a pre-launch wet dress rehearsal. It took about ten hours for the massive 98 metre tall rocket to travel the 6.8 kilometre slow crawl from the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Centre -- to the neighbouring Space Launch Complex 39B at the Cape Canaveral Space Force base aboard its crawler transporter.
*The Science Report
The world’s first exa-scale supercomputer.
The world’s largest and oldest single plant.
The expanding black hole optical illusion.
Skeptic's guide to getting impregnated by aliens
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Jun 13, 2022
New Evidence On Earth Of An Ancient Supernova
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 63
*New evidence on Earth of an ancient supernova
New chemistry forensics suggests that a meteorite named Hypatia which was discovered in the Egyptian desert might be the first tangible evidence found on Earth of a thermonuclear or type 1a supernova explosion. These rare supernovae are some of the most energetic events in the universe – stellar explosions powerful enough to briefly outshine an entire galaxy.
*Preparing for an Earth Observation satellite mission
Europe’s highly successful Copernicus Earth observation programme is designed to monitor the environmental changes the planet has been undergoing as it continues to change under the growing influence of global warming. The Sentinel satellites being launched as part of that program are providing scientists with an eye in the sky to study the incremental impacts of climate change.
*India’s manned space program reaches another milestone
The Indian Space Research Organisation – ISRO – has completed a 135 second static test firing of its new human rated HS-200 strap on Solid Rocket Booster. The booster engine would form part of a human rated version of the Mark-III Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle.
*The Science Report
The World Meteorological Organization’s latest State of the Global Climate report.
A third of European kids now officially classified as being overweight or obese.
New study shows cats know their own names and those of the rest of the family.
Skeptic's guide shows homeopathic COVID treatment doesn’t work.

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Jun 10, 2022
Astronomers Find Hidden Trove of Massive Black Holes
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 62
*Astronomers find hidden trove of massive black holes
Astronomers have discovered a previously overlooked treasure trove of large black holes hiding deep inside dwarf galaxies. The newly discovered black holes offer a glimpse into the life story of the supermassive black hole at the center of big galaxies such as our own Milky Way galaxy.
*ESA’s JUICE mission to Jupiter
The European Space Agency JUpiter ICy moons Explorer or JUICE mission is slated to launch in April 2023 on an eight year journey to search for signs of life on three of the icy Galilean moons orbiting Jupiter. JUICE will arrive at Jupiter in July 2031 to explore the largest planet in our solar system and three of its 79 moons Ganymede, Callisto and Europa.
*The effects of Tonga volcanic eruption reached all the way into space
When the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha‘apai volcano erupted on Jan. 15, it sent atmospheric shock waves, sonic booms, and tsunami waves around the world. Now, scientists are finding the volcano’s effects also reached space.
*The Science Report
A new study warns that Australian rain forest native bird populations are in decline.
Claims that beliefs in ghosts appears to be linked to differences in how people think.
Scientists show that dogs were already coming in all shapes and sizes before the Bronze Age.
Alex on Tech: Google previews its next generation of technology

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Jun 08, 2022
A Successful Test Of The New Phoenix Rocket Engine
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 61
*A successful test of the new Phoenix rocket engine
Gilmour Space Technologies says it’s still aiming to undertake an orbital test flight of its Eris rocket from Queensland’s new Bowen spaceport before the end of this year. The confirmation follows a successful full mission duration test firing of its new Phoenix liquid fuelled rocket engine.
*Why Uranus and Neptune are coloured differently
Astronomers may finally have worked out why the solar systems two ice giants Uranus and Neptune have different colours. Neptune and Uranus have much in common — they have similar masses, sizes, and atmospheric compositions — yet their appearances are notably different.
*A mysterious new type of magnetic wave discovered in the Earth’s core
Scientists have discovered a mysterious new type of magnetic wave that sweeps across the outermost part of Earth's outer core every seven years. The newly discovered magnetic wave sweeps across the surface of the planet’s outer core -- where the core meets the mantle -- every seven years oscillating and propagating westward at up to 1500 kilometres a year.
*The Science Report
A new study warns that far more Australian reptiles are facing extinction than previously thought.
A new record setting solar cell achieving 39.5% efficiency.
A new study has found that having that morning cup of coffee could help you live longer.
Skeptic's guide to astrology cooking
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Jun 06, 2022
Strange New Readings From Voyager 1 In Interstellar Space
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 60
*Strange new readings from Voyager 1 in interstellar space
While the Voyager 1 spacecraft continues to return science data and otherwise operate as normal, the mission team is searching for the source of a system data issue.
*Artemis 1 to return to the launch pad.
NASA are looking at rolling the Artemis 1 SLS-Space Launch System Moon rocket and Orion spacecraft out of the Vehicle Assembly Building and back to launch pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida later this month for another attempt at a wet dress rehearsal.
*New satellite manufacturing hubs to be built in Sydney and Canberra
Plans have been announced for two new satellite manufacturing facilities in Sydney and Canberra.
*June Skywatch
Procyon – the brightest star in Canis Minor, the bloated aging red giant Arcturus, the red super giant Antares, and the June solstice are among the highlights of the night skies on June Skywatch….

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Jun 03, 2022
The Sun As You've Never Seen It Before
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 59
*The Sun as you've never seen it before
Powerful flares, breathtaking views across the solar poles, and a curious solar "hedgehog" are among the treasure-trove of spectacular images and data returned by the European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter spacecraft following its first close approach to the Sun.
*The end is near for NASA's Mars InSight lander
Dropping power levels are likely to bring an end to NASA’s Mars insight lander mission before the end of the year.
*The mysterious origins of the dwarf planet Ceres
A new study claims the largest main belt asteroid – the dwarf planet Ceres -- was likely formed in coldest part of the Solar System and then flung into its current orbit between Mars and Jupiter.
*The Science Report
New study shows more than one in ten people may be conscious during general anesthesia.
Half of patients hospitalised with COVID in Wuhan still have lingering symptoms two years later.
Palaeontologists discover the fossilized remains of a new species of Dinosaur in Japan.
Alex on Tech: a real life invisibility shield
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Jun 01, 2022
Has An Ancient Doorway Been Found On Mars – Well No!
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 58
*Has an ancient doorway been found on Mars – well no!
NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover has taken an image of what looks like a doorway leading into a secret alien temple hidden in a cliff face on the red planet.
*The largest asteroid to approach Earth this year
The Earth has just been visited by the largest asteroid to approach the planet this year.
*Starliner completes its second orbital test flight
After a string of failures and other technical issues Boeing has successfully completed the second orbital test flight of NASA’s new Starliner CST-100 spacecraft.
*The Science Report
Concern continuing to mount globally over the increasing number of cases of Monkeypox.
Vaccinated people who catch COVID tend to spread less virus.
Archaeologists discover vibrantly-coloured frescoes in an ancient temple at Esna.
Skeptic's guide to manmade weather events
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May 30, 2022
Do Black Holes Flip Their Poles?
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 57
*Do black holes flip their poles?
Astronomers have just witnessed a rare and enigmatic event which may be the first evidence of a supermassive black hole flipping its poles and reversing polarity.
*Surprising changes in Neptune's temperatures
Astronomers say they can’t explain surprising temperature changes observed in the atmosphere of the planet Neptune.
*NASA’s SpaceX crew 3 mission returns safely to Earth
Four NASA’s SpaceX Crew-3 astronauts aboard the Dragon spacecraft Endurance have returned safely to Earth splashing down in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida.
*The Science Report
Over a fifth of the worlds reptile species facing imminent extinction.
Espresso coffee affects men's cholesterol differently to that of women.
New study shows a dog’s breed has less influence on its personality than you might think.
Skeptic's guide to who is most likely to believe in the paranormal
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May 20, 2022
The Biggest Marsquake Ever Recorded
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 56
*The biggest Marsquake ever recorded
Astronomers have detected the largest marsquake ever recorded on the red planet.
*Psyche mission moves closer to launch
NASA’s Psyche spacecraft is now undergoing final processing at the Kennedy Space Center prior to its launch to the asteroid Psyche in August.
*A survivor discovered in a massive supernova blast
Astronomers have discovered a surviving companion star in aftermath of a massive supernova explosion.
*The Science Report
Blood tests could eventually replace skin biopsies to look for signs of skin cancer.
Two thirds of Australian’s say cigarette sales should be ended.
A new study warns that too much cell phone use could affect sperm's ability to move.
Alex on Tech looks at a drop in global PC sales and what are NFTs?
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May 18, 2022
First Image Of The Milky Way’s Central Black Hole
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 55
*First image of the Milky Way’s central black hole
Astronomers have unveiled the first ever direct image of Sagittarius A* the supermassive black hole at the centre of our Milky Way galaxy.
*History and dark matter in the Milky Way Galaxy
A new study exploring the formation history of the Milky Way is also revealing new details about the dark matter halo enveloping the galaxy.
*May 19 launch date for Starliner
NASA and Boeing have announced May 19 as the potential launch date for the long delayed Starliner spacecraft.
*The Science Report
Warnings that climate change will increase human exposure to new virus and disease species.
New study looks at the ideal amount of sleep you should have.
A new species of theropod dinosaur discovered in Argentina.
Skeptic's guide to Pentagon investigation into Unexplained Aerial Phenomena.
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May 16, 2022
Scientists Want To Probe Uranus
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 54
*Scientists want to probe Uranus
Astronomers are recommending a new mission to explore the ice giant Uranus.
The push comes thanks to a planetary alignment which would allow a spacecraft to slingshot there in 2031.
*The James Webb Space Telescope is now in full focus
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is now in full alignment and ready for commissioning.
*The SOFIA flying telescope grounded for good
Some sad news with NASA and the German Aerospace Center DLR ending operations of the SOFIA flying telescope.
*May Skywatch
We explore the constellation Scorpius, the spectacular M6 and M7 open star clusters and the Eta-Aquarids meteor shower produced by Halley’s Comet in the May edition of Skywatch.

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May 13, 2022
Why The Moon's Near And Far Sides Look So Different
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 53
*Why the Moon’s near and far sides look so different
A new study supports earlier claims that the dichotomy between the lunar near and far side was caused by a colossal ancient impact billions of years ago.
*The Large Hadron Collider restarts operations
After a break of over three years the world’s largest atom smasher -- the Large Hadron Collider at CERN -- is once again sending beams of proton packets around its 27 kilometre underground ring.
*Axiom Space crew return to Earth
The SpaceX Axiom- Ax-1 space tourism flight to the International Space Station has ended safely with the team splashing down in the North Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida.
*Busy times aboard the International Space Station with the arrival of crew 4
Just a few days after the Axiom AX-1 team left the International space station -- NASA’s SpaceX Crew-4 Dragon capsule has successfully docked to the orbiting outpost’s Harmony module brings new crew members aboard.
*The Science Report
Seven different physical characteristics that help people avoid catching COVID-19
Discovery of new ichthyosaurs that may have been among the largest animals to have ever lived.
A new study looks at what kitty cat really gets up to when she goes outside.
Alex on Tech: Elon Musk’s 44 billion dollar bid to take over social media giant twitter.
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May 11, 2022
A New Type Of Stellar Explosion
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 52
*A new type of stellar explosion
Astronomers have discovered a new kind of stellar explosion that could be commonplace in the universe and may change our understanding of how eruptions in stars occur.
*Rocket lab catches an Electron in mid air
Rocket Lab has successfully undertaken the mid-air helicopter capture of a New Zealand Electron rocket following its launch – almost.
*First solar eclipse for 2022
South America and the Antarctic have witnessed the first solar eclipse of the year with the Moon partially blocking out the Sun in an arc sweeping from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean.
*The Science Report
Scientists have confirmed that the past summer was the hottest on record in Europe.
How to reduce cancer risk in seniors by as much as 61 percent.
Discovery of what appear to be medieval hand grenades dating back to the Crusades.
Skeptic's guide to the pseudoscience of de-vaccination.
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May 09, 2022
Solar Storm Triggers Radio Blackouts
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 51
*Solar storm triggers radio blackouts in Australia
A severe X1.1 class solar flare erupting from the surface of the Sun has caused strong shortwave radio blackouts across Australia, the Western Pacific and eastern Asia over the Easter holidays.
*Linking the cosmic web with stellar formation
Astronomers have identified cold streams of star forming gas flowing into galaxies from the intergalactic medium.
*Why Jupiter’s moon Io has such splendid dunes
Scientists have long wondered how Jupiter’s volcanic moon, Io, has meandering ridges as grand as any that can be seen in movies like “Dune.”
*The Science Report
Grim warnings that bees are at risk of decline due to climate change.
A new study has found that kids with prolonged COVID-19 symptoms likely to be less active.
Half the world’s population affected by a headache disorder every year,
Skeptic's guide to the love frequency.

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Apr 29, 2022
Earths Seafloor Spreading Slowing Down
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 50
*Seafloor spreading slowing down
A new study claims that sea floor spreading of the Earth’s tectonic plates along the planet’s mid ocean ridges has been slowing down.
*Discovery of the hottest rock on Earth
Geologists in Canada have confirmed the discovery of what was once the hottest rock on Earth.
*Confirmation that the Milky Way’s disk isn’t flat but curved and warped
Astronomers have used thousands of variable stars to develop a three dimensional map of a quadrant of the Milky Way confirming the galaxy’s disk is not flat but curved in shape like a S.
*The Science Report
People with heart problems at risk of developing more severe COVID.
A new study looking at the sleeping issues of people living near wind farms.
A previously presumed extinct species of Victorian Orchid rediscovered in New South Wales.
Alex on Tech Sky Muster faces the Starlink challenge.
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Apr 27, 2022
Why Venus Rotates So Slowly And In The Wrong Direction
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 49
*Why Venus rotates so slowly and in the wrong direction
A new study suggests the planet Venus is gravitationally tidally locked to the Sun – and this explains why it’s so strange compared to the Earth.
*Perseverance arrives at its primary target on the red planet
NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover has finally arrived at its ultimate destination on the red planet – an ancient dried up river delta in Jezero Crater that may provide evidence of life on another world.
*Humanity’s latest proposed Beacon in to the Galaxy
Scientists have developed a new proposal to send a greeting from the people of planet Earth out into deep space – letting the universe know we’re here.
*The Science Report
Study shows that getting vaccinated after recovering from COVID-19 gives stronger immune response.
A new study is warning that micro plastics are finding their way into the food chain.
The most common injuries for riders of e-scooters.
Skeptic's guide to the science of ghosts
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Apr 25, 2022
Mars Perseverance Rover Sets New Record
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 48
*Mars Perseverance Rover sets a new record on the red planet
NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover is continuing to set new records on the surface of the red planet. While automotive engineers are struggling to get autonomously driven cars working safely on Earth – mission managers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena California are using the self-driving capabilities of the car sized Perseverance rover to trek across Mars.
*More Space tourists arrive aboard the International Space Station
Space tourists have flown to the International Space Station numerous times before – but SpaceX’s Axiom AX-1 mission is different because it was the first without any Space Agency official accompanying the four private astronauts.
*Flying to the edge of space by balloon
Another company is entering the space tourism business – well sort of
Space Perspective plans to fly luxury gondolas under giant high altitude balloons reaching heights of 30 kilometres or more than 98 thousand feet.
*New Russian spy satellite launched
A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying a new spy satellite has blasted into orbit from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome 800 kilometres north of Moscow.
*The Science Report
People getting a fourth Pfizer shot have triple protection from severe COVID-19.
Climate Change report warns the window to save the planet is rapidly closing.
People who listen to podcasts are more open minded than non-listeners.
Skeptic's guide to ‘Ghost’ sightings during COVID

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Apr 22, 2022
Discovery Of A Missing Link In The Origins Of Supermassive Black Holes
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 47
*Discovery of a missing link in the origins of supermassive black holes
Astronomers have identified a rapidly growing black hole in the early universe that appears to be a crucial "missing link" between young star-forming galaxies and the first supermassive black holes.
*The Martian meteorite Black Beauty gets a CT scan
NASA officials and the US Army have combined forces to undertake new research on a famous Martian Meteorite known as Black Beauty.
*James Webb reaches major milestone
NASA’s new James Webb Space Telescope has finally reached its Mid-Infrared Instrument’s planned operating temperature.
*The Science Report
How the Victorian government’s COVID lockdown’s affected mental health.
Claims people who suffer a loss of their sense of smell have a higher overall risk of death.
Scientists successfully developed a human-like sense of touch for robots.
Alex on Tech: Elon Musk push for a balanced Twitter.
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Apr 20, 2022
The Largest Comet Ever Seen
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 46
*The largest comet ever seen
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has discovered the largest comet ever seen – a 130 kilometre wide monster – fifty times bigger than most known comets.
*Detection of the most distant galactic laser
Astronomers have discovered a massive laser called a ‘megamaser’ generated by the collision of two galaxies.
*China launches it 182nd spy satellite since 2016
China has launched what it euphemistically likes to call a new Earth Observation satellite as Beijing continues to undertake what it describes as preparations for war.
*The Science Report
Study confirms vaccinated people who get Omicron get milder symptoms than those with Delta.
New study claims using goats milk soaps could put you at risk of developing allergies.
Discovery of patterns of electrical activity in fungi that could resemble human speech.
Skeptic's guide to Prince Charles’ love affair with alt med.
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Apr 18, 2022
Russia To End Co-operation On International Space Station
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 45
*Russia to end co-operation on International Space Station
The Russian Federal space agency Roscosmos is briefing Moscow on its plans to terminate cooperation with Western partners on the International Space Station.
*Rocket lab launches its 112th orbital satellite
Rocket Lab has carried out another successful flight from its Mahia Peninsula launch complex on New Zealand’s North Island east coast.
*North Korea fakes its latest missile launch
It’s been revealed North Korea faked what Pyongyang described as the successful launch of its most powerful long-range ballistic missile – the new Hwasong-17.
*The Science Report
Another mass bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef.
Study finds air pollution is shortening people’s lives by nearly three years.
Claims cranberries for one month improved cardiovascular function in healthy men.
Skeptic's guide to traditional Ayurveda medicine.

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Apr 15, 2022
Solar Orbiter’s Closest Approach To The Surface Of The Sun
1837
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 44
*Solar Orbiter’s closest approach to the surface of the Sun
The joint ESA/NASA Solar Orbiter spacecraft has undertaken its closest ever approach to the Sun well inside the orbit of the planet Mercury.
*Significant Solar flare activity on the Sun
A spectacular series of solar flare have erupted from the surface of the Sun sending material and radiation deep into space and triggering geomagnetic storm activity on Earth.
*Artemis 1 test scrubbed
NASA was forced to scrub its critical wet test of the Space Launch System SLS Artemis 1 Moon rocket because of technical issues with the ground equipment used to fuel the giant 98 metre tall rocket.
*Webb Completes First Multi-Instrument Alignment
NASA says they’ve successfully completed the sixth stage of aligning the James Webb Space Telescope’s mirrors to its scientific instruments.
*The Science Report
Climate change damaging man made infrastructure.
Fighting to save endangered koala colonies along Australia’s east coast.
A major milestone towards rescuing the critically endangered Helmeted Honeyeater.
Alex on Tech: Apple’s world wide developers conference to be held in June.
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Apr 13, 2022
The Farthest and Earliest Galaxy Ever Seen
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 43
*The farthest and earliest galaxy ever seen
Hot on the heels of last week’s announcement of the most distant star ever seen – astronomers have just discovered a galaxy 13.5 billion light years away -- making it the most distant object ever seen.
*The best image yet of mysterious objects called Odd Radio Circles
Astronomy’s newest mystery objects, odd radio circles or ORCs, have been pulled into sharp focus by an international team of astronomers using the world’s most capable radio telescopes.
*Scientists study two enormous blobs in Earth’s mantle
Scientists studying two enormous blobs deep in the Earth’s mantle have discovered one is almost a thousand kilometres taller than the other and may be affecting plate tectonics on the planet’s surface.
*The Science Report
New study says ocean acidification is having an impact on fish genetics and behaviour.
Using wild blueberries to treat wounds.
Culturally diverse people around the world like and dislike the same kinds of smells.
Skeptic's guide to Toowoomba claiming to be the ghost capital of Australia
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Apr 11, 2022
Artemis 1 Undergoes A Full Launch Dress Rehearsal
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 42
*Artemis 1 undergoes a full launch dress rehearsal
Two weeks after rolling out onto Space Launch complex 39B from the historic Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida -- NASA’s massive new Moon Rocket -- the Space Launch System or SLS -- is undergoing its long awaited three-day wet dress rehearsal.
*NASA to purchase more lunar landers
NASA’s looking at more options for manned lunar lander craft to transfer people and supplies between the Lunar Gateway space station and the surface of the Moon.
*Blue Origin launches its fourth space tourism flight
Blue Origin has launched its fourth suborbital space tourism flight aboard one of the company’s New Shepard rockets.
*April SkyWatch
We look at our nearest neighbouring star system Alpha Centauri -- the iconic constellation Southern Cross -- and the annual Lyrids meteor shower this month on SkyWatch.

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Apr 08, 2022
Ice, Ice, Ice, Baby
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 41
*What created Pluto’s giant ice volcanos
A new study suggests that the giant cryovolcanoes seen across the surface of the distant frozen world of Pluto were created through multiple eruptions the likes of which have not been seen anywhere else in the solar system.
*Ice on Mars provides clues about the red planet’s climate history
A new study has found that just like Earth -- ice deposits on Mars show the red planet’s climate is strongly controlled by changes in the planet’s axial tilt and orbit around the Sun.
*Monitoring the shrinking Ice coverage on Earth
Last week’s report that weather stations in Antarctica are showing temperatures 40 degrees Celsius above normal for this time of year have triggered alarm bells around the world. Concordia station located some 3234 meters above sea level atop of Dome C on the Antarctic Plateau is best known for being the coldest place on Earth.
*The Science Report
A new study finds that many species of birds killed in collisions with wind turbines.
Taking oral vitamin D supplements with medication could help limit the risk of asthma attacks.
More evidence today that you can blame your parents on your academic success at school.
Alex on Tech: new noise cancelling headphones that come complete with a built in air-purifier.
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Apr 06, 2022
The Most Distant Star Ever Seen; Discovery of a New Inner Milky Way Galactic Ring;
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 40
*The most distant star ever seen
Astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have set a new record for the most distant star ever seen – a giant 50 times the mass of the Sun located some 12.9 billion light years away.
*Discovery of a new inner Milky Way galactic ring
Astronomers have discovered a new inner ring structure near the centre of our galaxy the Milky Way.
*Safe landing for Soyuz despite growing war tensions
After extending the record for the longest single American spaceflight in history to 355 days, NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei has returned safely to Earth aboard the Roscosmos Soyuz MS-19 capsule together with two Russian cosmonauts.
*The Science Report
The iconic duck billed Platypus is now listed as extinct in Sydney’s Royal National Park.
A new study confirms a couple of cups of coffee daily is good for you.
Archaeologists have uncovered the oldest Hebrew text in Israel, that includes the name of God
Skeptic's guide to weird stuff on Amazon
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Apr 04, 2022
New Properties Discovered In Hybrid Matter-Antimatter Helium
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 39
*New properties discovered in hybrid matter -- antimatter helium
Physicists have found that a hybrid matter -- antimatter helium atom containing an antiproton – the antimatter equivalent of the proton -- in place of one of the two electrons has been found to have an unexpected response to laser light when immersed in superfluid helium.
*Studies suggest Enceladus’s oceans boil
A new study claims the famous south pole Tiger stripes fissures on the Saturnian ice moon Enceladus are caused by sea water pressure due to expanding ice.
*OneWeb switches from Soyuz to SpaceX
Broadband internet satellite operator OneWeb has dumped the Russian Soyuz launcher in favour of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 after Russia refused to launch a rocket containing OneWeb satellites.
*The Science Report
Planet Earth’s poles continuing to get warmer.
More internet time linked to higher stress in teens.
Discovery of a fabric that can hear sounds,
#Skeptic's guide to how to really scare people

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Apr 01, 2022
Strange Happenings Aboard The International Space Station
2021
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 38
*Strange happenings aboard the International Space Station
Three Russian Cosmonauts have surprized the world emerging from their newly arrived capsule aboard the International Space Station wearing yellow and blue flight suites reminiscent of the colours of the Ukrainian flag.
*Artemis: crawling towards launch
Last week’s historic roll out of the giant Space Launch System Artemis 1 moon rocket would not have been possible without one of the unsung heroes of the NASA’s manned space program – its giant crawler transporters.
*Ingenuity completes flight 22
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity completed its 22nd flight over the surface of the red planet.
*The Science Report
Study warns that low vitamin C levels are linked to cognitive impairment in older people.
Giant shark Megalodon grew to larger sizes in cooler environments.
New species of Ankylosaur armoured dinosaur found in China.
Alex on Tech cyber security warning
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Mar 30, 2022
Gaia Mission Finds Parts Of The Milky Way Much Older Than Expected
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 37
*Gaia mission finds parts of the Milky Way much older than expected
Using data from ESA's Gaia mission, astronomers have shown that a part of the Milky Way known as the 'thick disc' began forming 13 billion years ago, around 2 billion years earlier than expected, and just 0.8 billion years after the Big Bang.
*Looking at the radio sky in technicolour
The GaLactic and Extragalactic All-sky Murchison Widefield Array or GLEAM is one of the biggest radio surveys of the sky ever assembled.
*Australian Space Command commences operations
Australia’s new Space Command has officially commenced operations. The command is a division with in the Australian air force – focusing on supporting space domain awareness, sovereign-controlled satellite communications and navigation and space-based Earth observation.
*The Science Report
Australia’s Black Summer bush fires changed the planet’s stratosphere.
Artificial sweeteners cancer risk.
Supermarket product placement key to healthy eating.
Skeptic's guide why astrology is garbage
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Mar 28, 2022
Solar Orbiter About To Make Its Closest Approach To The Sun
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 36
*Solar Orbiter about to make its closest approach to the Sun
The joint ESA/NASA Solar Orbiter spacecraft has now passed the orbit of Mercury – the nearest planet to the Sun and will shortly make its closest approach to our stellar host. Solar Orbiter’s close encounter with the Sun will be on March 26.
*NASA’s Planetary Defence system detects an asteroid before impact
For only the fifth time ever astronomers were able to predict an asteroid impact on Earth before it happened. The asteroid catalogued as 2022 EB5 hit the Earth’s atmosphere over the Norwegian Sea before disintegrating on March 11th.
*Cosmic particle accelerator at its limit
With the help of special telescopes, researchers have observed a cosmic particle accelerator as never before.
*The Science Report
People with Autism and ADHD at higher risk of early death.
Older people who have low levels of folate may be at higher risk of dementia and death.
Warnings that meat from endangered shark species could be hiding in poorly labelled pet food.
Skeptic's guide to demonic dolls
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Mar 25, 2022
NASA Extends the Mars Helicopter’s Mission
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 35
*NASA extends the Mars helicopter’s mission
NASA has extended flight operations of its Mars Ingenuity Helicopter through to at least September.
*Work on the Space Station continues despite growing tensions on the ground
NASA says that despite the growing tensions over Russia's invasion of Ukraine astronaut Mark Vande Hei will return to Earth from the International Space Station -- as planned -- aboard a Russian Soyuz capsule.
*Astra launches three satellites from Alaska
Astra Space has successfully launched three small satellites into orbit from the Pacific Spaceport Complex on Kodiak Island in Alaska.
*The Science Report
Evidence that people pushing homeopathy are only showing studies which have positive results.
Claims children who spend more time in front of screens have more behavioural issues.
New study shows people using speed are five times more likely to have psychosis.
Alex on Tech: new key updates for Apple IOS and Samsung.
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Mar 23, 2022
Massive Bubbles at Center of Milky Way Caused by Supermassive Black Hole
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 34
*Massive bubbles at center of Milky Way caused by supermassive black hole
A new study has shown how giant bubbles stretching some 36 thousand light years above and below the Milky Way’s galactic centre are produced by the galaxy’s supermassive black hole as it feeds.
*The world’s most powerful rocket rolls out to the launch pad
After years of delays the world’s biggest and most powerful rocket -- NASA’s new Space Launch System or SLS -- has finally rolled out of the historic Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Centre on an 11 hour six-and-a-half-kilometres journey to Space Launch Complex 39B at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Base in Florida.
*James Webb obtains its first deep sky image
NASA says the optical performance of its new James Webb Space Telescope has met and even exceeded the science parameters the observatory was built to achieve!
*The Science Report
A new study claims global COVID-19 deaths may be three times higher than official records.
Sea ice around Antarctica has now shrunk to its lowest level on record.
A new study claims Tyrannosaurus rex might actually have been three separate species.
Skeptic's guide to Havana Syndrome
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Mar 21, 2022
The Dinosaur’s Last Spring
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 33
*The dinosaur’s last spring
A new study has concluded that the KT boundary event asteroid which killed the non-avian dinosaurs hit during the northern hemisphere's spring.
*Supermassive black holes in a dance to the death
Astronomers have spotted a pair of supermassive black locked in an epic cosmic dance to the death some 9 billion light years away.
*A new science centre for the Port Macquarie observatory
The Pacific coastal town of Port Macquarie is about to realize its long held dream of a new Astronomy and science centre thanks to a 4.8-million-dollar grant from the Federal and State governments.
*China sets new domestic satellite launch record
After a slow start to the new year China has launched a flotilla of new spacecraft over the past few weeks as it continues what Beijing describes as preparations for war.
*The Science Report
Confirmation that people who’ve had COVID-19 experienced higher levels of cognitive decline.
Global Warming means a 29 per cent increase in fire-prone conditions by the end of the century.
School drug use might not affect your success in later life.
Skeptic's guide to feng shui

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Mar 18, 2022
Astronomers Shocked By the Nearest Ever Fast Radio Burst
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 32
*Astronomers shocked by the nearest ever Fast Radio Burst
Astronomers have tracked a mysterious cosmic flash known as a Fast Radio Burst down to a globular cluster in a nearby spiral galaxy called M81.
*CHEOPS reveals a rugby ball-shaped exoplanet
The European Space Agency’s -- CHaracterising ExOPlanets Satellite CHEOPS – has discovered a strange rugby ball shaped exo-planet.
*NASA’s Perseverance rover gets rocked on Mars
NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover has successfully cored and extracted its seventh sample of rock for eventual return to Earth.
*Lots more Starlink satellites launched
SpaceX has been busy with three more launches of Starlink broadband internet satellites from opposite ends of the United States over the space of just two weeks.
*The Science Report
The Amazon Rainforest reaching a point of no return.
heterosexual transmission of HIV more deadly than homosexual transmission.
Palaeontologists discover a new species of Stegosaur
Alex on Tech: Apple launches new tech.
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Mar 16, 2022
The Mysterious World of 16 Psyche
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 31
*The mysterious world of 16 Psyche
The asteroid 16 Psyche, which NASA intends to visit with a spacecraft in 2026, may be less heavy metal and more hard rock than scientists originally thought.
*A new way to find planets orbiting other stars
Astronomers have tantalising new evidence for the existence of hidden exoplanets orbiting distant red dwarf stars.
*More blatant nuclear breaches by Iran
In yet another flagrant breach of its nuclear non proliferation treaty agreement Iran has test fired another nuclear capable Qased missile – this one placing a small cubesat sized spacecraft called Nour-2 into orbit.
*North Korea resumes missile tests
North Korea has resumed its long range ballistic missile tests in line with similar tests being undertaken by its close ally Iran.
*The Science Report
New study warns of increased variability in rain patterns associated with the La Niña and El Niño
New DNA tests to screen for over 50 genetic neurological and neuromuscular diseases.
Discovery of the wreckage of polar explorer Ernest Shackleton's ship Endurance.
Skeptic's guide to religion and ghost hunting on TV
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Mar 14, 2022
A “Hot Jupiter’s” Dark Side Revealed in Detail for First Time
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 30
*A “hot Jupiter’s” dark side is revealed in detail for first time
Astronomers have obtained the clearest view yet of the perpetual dark side of a hot Jupiter exoplanet that is “tidally locked” to its host star. The observations reported in the journal Nature Astronomy have been combined with measurements of the planet’s permanent day side to provide the first detailed view of an exoplanet’s global atmosphere.
*New measurement for the mass of the Neutrino
Scientists have determined the mass of the neutrino at less than 0.8 electron volts. The findings reported in the journal Nature physics will help sciences understanding of the Universe.
*New weather satellite rockets into orbit
America's newest weather satellite has successfully reached geostationary orbit. The mission flew aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Space Launch complex 41 from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Base in Florida.
*March SkyWatch
The March equinox, the constellations Taurus the bull, Leo the lion and the Gemini twins Pollux and Castor, And don’t forget March 14 is pi day and Albert Einstein’s birthday are among the many features this month on Skywatch…

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Mar 11, 2022
Discovery of a Black Hole Spinning on its Side
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 29
*Discovery of a black hole spinning on its side
Astronomers have discovered a black hole in a binary star system which appears to be spinning on its side. The discovery reported in the journal Science challenges current theoretical models of black hole formation.
*The James Webb space telescope reaches another milestone
NASA scientists are continuing the laborious task of fine tuning the James Webb Space Telescope – which is now in its final orbital position some 1.5 million kilometres from Earth. Technicians have successfully completed Segment Alignment and Image Stacking – the second and third of seven phases involved in aligning the observatory’s primary mirror.
*New science experiments reach the International Space Station
A Northrop Grumman Cygnus cargo ship carrying 3.8 tonnes of supplies has successfully docked with the International Space Station. Cygnus was attached to the Unity module’s Earth-facing port one and a half days after launching aboard a Northrop Grumman Antares rocket from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in the Virginian mid Atlantic Coast.
*The Science Report
The effectiveness of COVID-19 boosters begins to wane after just ten weeks.
Study shows prunes may be good for bone health.
New Research debunks previous assumptions that mental speed peaks at age 20.
Discovery of a giant sea scorpion that swam in Australia waters 252 million years ago.
Alex on Tech: update your technology now
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Mar 09, 2022
How Russia’s War Against Ukraine Has Changed Space Operations
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 28
*How Russia’s war against Ukraine has changed space operations
NASA and the European Space Agency are exploring new ways to keep the International Space Station flying without the Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos -- as tensions continue to worsen following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Moscow has undertaken a full-scale attack against Ukraine leaving thousands dead and over a million refugees fleeing the war zone.
*Discovery of a kilonova
Astronomers may have detected a “sonic boom” from a powerful blast known as a kilonova. This event was seen in GW170817, a merger of two neutron stars and the first object detected in both gravitational waves and electromagnetic radiation, or light.
*Rocket Lab’s new second launch pad opens for business
Rocket Lab have successfully launched their first mission from the company’s new launch pad B at their Mahia Peninsula launch complex on New Zealand’s North Island east coast. Construction of the second launch pad at the complex began in December 2019.
*The Science Report
Study shows significant changes in the brains of people who have suffered COVID-19.
Research shows air pollution is shortening people’s lives by nearly three years.
The last meal of a 95 million year old crocodile unearthed in Queensland was a dinosaur.
How dogs and people are more similar than you think.
Skeptic's guide to poltergeist investigations
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Mar 07, 2022
Perseverance Celebrates First Year on Mars
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 27
*Perseverance celebrates its first year on Mars
NASA's Mars Perseverance rover has celebrated its first year on the surface of the red planet.
*How lightning actually starts
A new study has confirmed the hypothesis that lightning is triggered inside thunderstorm clouds by streams of electrons through the condensation of atmospheric water vapor molecules.
*Discovery of the largest radio galaxy ever seen
Astronomers have discovered the largest radio galaxy ever seen – a massive stellar city at least 16 million light years across.
*The Science Report
COVID-19 infections may significantly increase your risk of heart disease.
Making useful chemicals out of atmospheric carbon dioxide.
A new species of spinosaurid dinosaur found in Portugal.
A new study shows that dogs grieve the loss of a friend.
Skeptic's guide to religious miracles and the laws of science.

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Mar 04, 2022
Giant Solar Eruption
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 26
*Giant solar eruption
The Earth has escaped a major geomagnetic storm event. Luckily the huge blast – occurred on the opposite side of the Sun to the Earth.
*Ancient dwarf galaxy reconstructed
Astrophysicists have for the first time have calculated the original mass and size of a dwarf galaxy that was shredded in a collision with the Milky Way billions of years ago.
*NASA's Swift catches first ultraviolet light from a neutron star collision
On October 16th 2017 the advanced LIGO and Virgo gravitational wave observatories announced the discovery of a new type of gravitational wave signal which appears to have been caused by the collision of two neutron stars.
*The Science Report
AstraZeneca vaccine was found to cause blood clots in 3 in a million people.
A striking expansion of two Antarctic flowering plants due to climate change.
Technologies that repurpose CO2 into new products are unlikely to mitigate climate change.
Does your life really flash before our eyes during death?
Alex on Tech multi-billion dollar network sharing deal announced.
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Mar 02, 2022
Cosmic Cannibalism
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 25
*Cosmic cannibalism
Observations from the latest data release by the European Space Agency’s Gaia mission have allowed astronomers to identify stellar streams belonging to six dwarf galaxies which have been cannibalised and merged into the Milky Way over the past few billion years.
*How the Milky Way Galaxy was made
Astronomers study the light from some six hundred thousand stars to get a better idea of the chemical composition of the Milky Way galaxy.
*China says “not its space junk”
China says the spent rocket stage destined to crash onto the far side of the Moon on Thursday isn’t theirs.
*The Science Report
New study shows that kids produce less aerosol particles in their breath than adults.
Orangutans shown to instinctively know which rocks are good for hitting and which are best for cutting.
Consuming less meat linked to a lower cancer risk.
Elderly dog owners fifty per cent less likely to have a disability than non-dog owners.
Skeptic's guide to finding bigfoot.
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Feb 28, 2022
New Record for Binary Brown Dwarfs
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 24
*New record for binary brown dwarfs
Astronomers has discovered a rare pair of brown dwarfs that have the widest separation of any brown dwarf binary system ever found.
*Optus 11 to fly on the new Ariane 6
The new Ariane 6 has been selected to launch Optus’s next telecommunications satellite.
*Spaceflight rewires astronaut’s brains
A new study has shown that long stretches of time in space can change the way an astronaut's brain works.
*Using a telescope in light polluted skies
The best thing you can do with a telescope in light polluted skies is to move it to another area.
*The Science Report
One in 3 older COVID-19 patients developed at least one new condition months after infection.
Global methane concentrations have soared to nearly triple pre-industrial levels.
A new material that is stronger than steel and as light as plastic.
Skeptic's guide to body language pseudoscience.

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Feb 25, 2022
Earth’s Water was Around Before Earth
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 23
*Earth’s water was around before Earth
A new study has concluded that Earth’s water was already present in that part of the solar system when the planet formed.
*Science suspended on Mars due to dust storms
Science operations on the red planet Mars have been hampered in recent weeks by a huge regional dust storm.
*Parker Solar Probe captures its first images of Venus' surface in visible light
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe has taken its first visible light images of the surface of Venus from space.
*The Science Report
New study compares the Johnson & Johnson viral vector vaccine against Pfizer or Moderna mRNA.
How Ocean eddies help dampen down La Niña and El Niño climate events.
New transparent degradable adhesive dressing used to quickly seal internal injuries.
Alex on Tech world computer day 2022
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Feb 23, 2022
A New Insight into Earth’s Inner Core
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 22
*A new insight into Earth’s inner core
A new study suggests the Earth’s inner core isn’t a normal solid but composed of a solid iron sublattice and liquid-like light elements in a superionic state.
*Exploring the secrets of the Southern Cross
Astronomers have used a new technique to unlock the secrets of the interior structure of Beta Crucis – the second brightest star in the constellation Southern Cross and the 20th brightest star in the night skies.
*Astra rocket crash and burn
California-based Astra Space has failed in its latest launch attempt – crashing into the Atlantic Ocean following main engine cut off and First Stage separation four minutes into the flight.
*Another 34 One web satellites launched
A Russian Soyuz rocket has carried 34 One Web broadband internet satellites into orbit.
*The Science Report
Previous COVID-19 infection may offer 56% protection against catching Omicron variant.
The iconic Australian koala officially listed as endangered.
The Joint European Torus nuclear fusion reactor sets a new world record for energy production.
Skeptic's guide to the Nuremberg Code.
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Feb 21, 2022
More Delays for NASA’s New SLS Heavy Lift Rocket
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 21
*More delays for NASA’s new SLS heavy lift rocket
The long delayed maiden flight of NASA’s new heavy lift SLS Moon rocket has been postponed again possibly slipping back to May.
*Exotic X particles detected in quark-gluon plasma
Physicists have identified exotic primordial subatomic particles – called X particles – in experiments reproducing quark -gluon plasma.
*Starlink satellites falling out of the sky
Up to 40 of SpaceX’s latest launch of Starlink satellites are tumbling out of control and burning up as they re-enter the atmosphere because of a solar storm.
*This year’s solar eclipses
2022 will feature two partial solar eclipses at opposite ends of the planet.
*The Science Report
Claims getting a second Pfizer jab 2 to 4 months after the first gives a better result than 6 weeks.
More bad news on the effects of energy drinks on kids.
Increasing your sleep could help you lose weight and prevent obesity.
Skeptic's guide to angel and unicorn energy.

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Feb 18, 2022
Lockheed Martin to Build the First Rocket to Take Off from Another Planet
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 20
*Lockheed Martin to build the first rocket to take off from another planet
NASA has awarded Lockheed Martin the contract to build the first rocket to launch from the surface of Mars.
*Counting down to the launch of ExoMars
This year should finally see the launch of the second part of the joint European Space Agency Roscosmos ExoMars mission to the red planet.
*More power needed to make oxygen on the Moon and Mars
A new study has found that splitting water in to its constituent hydrogen and oxygen components using electricity would produce less oxygen on the Moon and Mars compared to the same process on Earth.
*Understanding neutron stars through atomic nuclei
Scientists are using lead atoms to try and better understand the composition of neutron stars – the densest objects in the universe other than black holes.
*The Science Report
A new more highly virulent version of HIV spreading through the Netherlands.
Ditching the western diet could add up to a decade to your life.
A new species of sauropod dinosaur discovered in the Spanish Pyrenees.
Alex on Tech: Samsung’s new galaxy
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Feb 16, 2022
Discovery of a free-floating black hole hiding in plain sight
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 19
*Discovery of a free-floating black hole hiding in plain sight
Astronomers have found evidence of black holes floating undetected through the darkness of interstellar space.
*New planet detected around Proxima Centauri
A third planet has been discovered orbiting around our nearest neighbouring star Proxima Centauri.
*Extinction level asteroid impact on Mars
Scientists have found evidence of an extinction level asteroid impact event on the red planet Mars dating back almost four and a half billion years.
*Ancient giant super-mountain ranges may have helped the evolution of life
A new study claims giant mountain ranges at least as high as the Himalayas and stretching up to 8,000 kilometres across entire supercontinents would have played a crucial role in the evolution of early life on Earth.
*The Science Report
Evidence of some level of natural immunity up to 20 months after COVID-19 infection.
Ocean heatwaves predicted to increase.
Scientists say they still have no idea what the giant shark Megalodon really looked like.
Skeptic's guide to singing to ghosts
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Feb 14, 2022
How the Moon’s Crust was Formed
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 18
*A new theory explains how the Moon’s crust was formed
A new study has shown how the freezing of a slushy magma ocean may be responsible for the composition of the Moon’s crust.
*Lunar Gateway update
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has formally signed Canada up to NASA’s Lunar Gateway project.
*Joint Russian and Chinese moon base to be operational in 2035
Russia and China will start work on their new joint lunar space station in 2026 with basic infrastructure construction expected to be finished by 2035.
*New European spy satellite launched
To took several attempts but Space X has finally launched Italy’s COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation 2 Earth observation satellite.
*February skywatch
The spectacular constellation Orion and the nearby massive ticking time bomb Betelgeuse are among the highlights of the February night skies on Skywatch.

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Feb 11, 2022
Earth’s New Trojan Asteroid
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 17
*Earth’s new trojan asteroid
Astronomers have discovered a new Earth trojan asteroid.
*Hundreds of mysterious strands discovered in the Milky Way’s heart
Astronomers looking at the turbulent center of the Milky Way galaxy have observed nearly a thousand mysterious strands or filaments simply dangling in space
*China launches its 156th Earth observation satellite
China is continuing its program of launching vast numbers of Earth observation satellites.
*NASA’s Greenland glacier study
A new study has confirmed that the warming ocean waters are melting Greenland’s glaciers from below at least as much as warm air is melting them from above.
*The Science Report
No escape for the world’s coral reefs as global warming worsens.
Men twice as likely as women to fall victim to online sextortionists.
Warnings that young people with eating disorders may have undiagnosed autism.
Alex on Tech Apple’s new iPhone operating system upgrade.
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Feb 09, 2022
Water Flowed on Mars Far Longer than Thought
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 16
*Water flowed on Mars far longer than thought
A new study claims water flowed across the Martian surface for much longer than previously thought. The new data from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter suggests that surface water left salt minerals behind as recently as 2 billion years ago.
*New Evidence of Recent Venusian Volcanism
A new data analysis has found more evidence of recent volcanism on the planet Venus. The data reported in the Journal of Geophysical Research Planets -- was contained in 31 year old observations by NASA’s Magellan spacecraft.
*The growing war in space with a Chinese spacecraft grabbing hold of another satellite and moving it to a new orbit.
A report presented at a conference of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Secure World Foundation claims a Chinese spacecraft has been observed grabbing hold of another satellite in orbit and moving it to a new position.
*New top secret spy satellite launched
SpaceX has launched a highly classified spy satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office.
*The Science Report
A new variant of the Omicron strain showing up globally.
Young sexual minority males and transgender women are at higher risk of transactional sex.
A new study estimates that there are about 73,000 tree species on Earth.
Olympic athletes warned to leave their phones at home and only take a burner to Beijing.
Skeptic's guide to Uri Geller.
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Feb 07, 2022
Counting Down to a Crash on the Moon
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 15
*Counting down to a crash on the Moon
A four tonne Falcon 9 upper stage booster will crash into the Moon on March 4th – hitting the lunar surface at over nine thousand kilometres per hour.
*James Webb reaches its final destination
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has finally arrived at its new home -- the Lagrangian L-2 position – a gravitational well one and a half million kilometres away on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun.
*Earliest known report of ball lightning phenomenon in England
Researchers have discovered what appears to be the earliest known English record of a still controversial and extremely rare weather phenomenon known as ball lightning.
*Dragon Splashdown
SpaceX’s CRS24 Dragon cargo ship has successfully returned to Earth splashing down in the Gulf of Mexico just off the Florida coast.
*The Science Report
75 percent of COVID-19 patients admitted to ICU still experience symptoms a year later.
Why women are more likely to give birth at night.
The popular social media app Tik-Tok may be weeding its way into kids brains.
Skeptics guide to anti 5G devices.

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Feb 04, 2022
Growing Debate about Whether there’s Liquid Water Under the Martian South Pole
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 14
*Growing debate about whether there’s liquid water under the Martian south pole
Two separate studies have drawn opposite conclusions about the possible presence of liquid water reserves below the Martian South Pole.
*The Mars Ingenuity helicopter grounded
NASA has been forced to keep its Mars Ingenuity helicopter grounded because of a massive dust storm blanketing part of the red planet.
*The Tonga volcanic eruption compared to volcanoes on Mars
New observations by NASA suggest the plume blasted into the sky by the massive eruption of an undersea volcano near the tiny Pacific Island nation of Tonga last month may have reached altitudes of between 40 and 50 kilometres -- more than double original estimates.
*SpaceX launches its 2000th Starlink
SpaceX has successfully launched another 49 Starlink broad band internet satellites bring the total number flown to 2042.
*The Science Report
Predicting the risk factors that give you long COVID.
The legacy of the giant iceberg A68A
China say it will continue to upgrade its nuclear weapons arsenal.
Alex on Tech: New Social Media laws
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Feb 02, 2022
A Mysterious Object Unlike Anything Seen Before
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 13
*A mysterious object unlike anything seen before
Astronomers have discovered a mysterious new celestial phenomenon in our galactic neighbourhood that’s unlike anything ever seen before.
*A black hole unlike any other
Astronomers have discovered a black hole unlike any other hidden in the heart of a globular cluster in our nearest big neighbouring galaxy M31 Andromeda.
*First Russian space walk for the year
Russian cosmonauts have completed a seven hour spacewalk to complete integration work on the new Nauka multipurpose laboratory module and Prichal docking port.
*Space Force spy satellites launched into orbit
United Launch Alliance has successfully placed a pair of spacecraft tracking satellites into orbit for the U.S. Space Force.
*The Science Report
Confirmation that mixing COVID vaccines results in a stronger antibody response.
People suffering paranoia are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories.
New study shows kids school shoes should be soft and flexible – not hard and supportive.
Skeptic's guide to kids and astrology
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Jan 31, 2022
Evidence for Internal Ocean in Saturnian Moon Mimas
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 12
*Evidence for internal ocean in Saturnian moon Mimas
Data from NASA’s Cassini mission suggests the tiny Saturnian moon Mimas could have a significant sub surface ocean.
*James Webb commences its mirror alignment
NASA’s James Webb space telescope has begun the delicate months long process of aligning its optics.
*SpaceX launches 105 satellites on a single flight
SpaceX has successfully launched 105 satellites for dozens of customers aboard its rideshare program Transporter-3 mission.
*The Science Report
Study shows double doses of Modera works marginally better than Pfizer.
Physicists create a physical simulation of an exotic state of matter called a spin liquid.
New study shows you couldn’t really out run a T-Rex
Skeptic's guide to QAnon

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Jan 28, 2022
Earth’s Interior Cooling Faster Than Expected
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 11
*Earth’s interior is cooling faster than expected
A new study warns that the Earth is cooling much faster than previously estimated.
*Milky Way has less mass than expected
A new study suggests the Milky Way galaxy is smaller than previously thought.
*China starts the new year with a top-secret launch
China has kicked off its 2022 orbital launch campaign with a classified mission carrying an experimental spy satellite.
*Virgin’s first orbital launch for 2022
Virgin Orbit has started the year on a high note sending seven small satellites into space aboard its LauncherOne rocket -- which was drop launched from under the wing of the company’s specially modified Boeing 747 airliner Cosmic Girl.
*The Science Report
mRNA vaccines were shown to mostly hold up to the Omicron strain of COVID-19.
More proof that secondhand vaping will make you sick.
The new study showing the retina could provide clues about how well you age.
Alex on Tech has a cool idea for cell phone gamers.
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Jan 26, 2022
Intriguing Carbon Signatures Discovered on Mars
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 10
*Intriguing carbon signatures discovered on Mars
Scientists have discovered an isotope of carbon on Mars that’s usually only associated with biological processes on Earth.
*Star production linked to stellar composition
A new study shows that the composition of stars affects how well they seed the universe with material for future stellar generations.
*New study sheds light on origins of life on Earth
Scientists have discovered metal-binding protein core structures that appear to be common to all life on Earth and may have played a significant role in the origins of life in the first place.
*The Science Report
The Tonga volcanic eruption was the worst in 30 years.
More evidence that a third booster shot provides additional protection against COVID.
Australians are living longer because of the country’s high COVID lockdown rate.
Skeptic's guide to the psychic hunt for Osama Bin Laden.
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Jan 24, 2022
Meanwhile Back On Mars
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 9
*The volcanic history of the red planet’s Jezero Crater
New observations by NASA's Mars Perseverance rover suggest the South Séítah bedrock it’s been rolling over for the past few months likely formed from red-hot magma.
*Mars Insight lander placed into safe mode
NASA's Mars InSight lander has been placed into safe mode as a regional dust storm blasts the area.
*Exploring the frozen wastes of the Martian North Pole
Astronomers have discovered that formations found across the Martian North pole known as mega-ripples migrate across the red planet’s frozen surface together with ripples and sand dunes.
*SpaceX first launch for the year
SpaceX’s first launch for 2022 has kicked off excitement in Sydney with locals reporting UFO sightings after seeing a train of Starlink satellites deployed by the mission.
*The Science Report
Tracking the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines
Bad health news for middle aged men living alone.
Going off to your final reward feeling that you’ve lived a fulfilled life.
Skeptic's guide to Noah’s Ark

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Jan 21, 2022
Making Stars Out of Bubbles
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 8
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*Making stars out of bubbles
A new study has found the local bubble – a region of the galaxy through which the Sun, Earth and solar system are now travelling -- may have triggered the birth of thousands of new stars.
*A new model to explain the lunar dichotomy
A new study supports the idea that a massive cosmic impact billions of years ago could account for the vast differences between the near and far side of the Moon.
*Chinese space station to be completed this year
Beijing says it will complete construction of its Tiangong or Heavenly Palace space station this year.
*Japan launches new hybrid telecommunication satellite
The largest and most sophisticated commercial telecommunications satellite ever launched – the Inmarsat-6 F1 has blasted into orbit aboard an H2A rocket from the Tanegashima Space Centre 40 kilometres south of Kyushu.
*The Science Report
The past seven years have been the hottest on record globally.
The largest ichthyosaur ever found in the United Kingdom.
Olive oil linked to a lower risk of dying.
Alex on Tech wraps up CES the world’s biggest consumer electronics show.:
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Jan 19, 2022
The Mystery Remains
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 7
*The Galaxy’s supermassive black hole maintains its mystery
A new study has shown that Sagittarius A* -- the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way galaxy -- is unpredictable, erupting and flaring irregularly not just from day to day, but also in the long term.
*Discovery of one of the biggest structures in the Milky Way
Astronomers have identified a massive 3,900 light-years long filament of atomic hydrogen.
*Australia’s largest rocket engine test declared a success
Gilmour Space Technologies say they’re still on track to reach orbit this year with their new Eris rocket.
*Earth’s volcanic hotspots are surprisingly cool
A new study has found that some of the so-called hotspots that create volcanic islands like those of Hawai’i and Iceland are surprisingly cool and so may not originate from active lava plumes in Earth’s deep mantle.
*The Science Report
Australia records its hottest day in 62 years with a blistering 50.7 degrees.
COVID-19 corona virus could spread more quickly among those exposed to higher air pollution.
The world’s first pig to human heart transplant.
Teaching a gold fish to drive a car.
Skeptic's guide to fake Christian websites

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Jan 17, 2022
Killer White Dwarfs
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 6
*Killer White dwarfs
Astronomers have found that a killer white dwarf ripping a nearby planet, brown dwarf, or very low mass star apart.
*International Space Station to fly till 2030
Washington has formally extended the life of the International Space Station to 2030.
The space station was originally expected to be deorbited in 2028..
*The 2022 Australasian sky guide launched
The Powerhouse Museum Sydney Observatory has launched the 32nd and latest edition of its popular Australasian sky guide -- providing stargazers and the general public with an easy-to-follow tour of the majestic southern night skies.
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*China tops 2021 in orbital launches
China ended 2021 with a record 55 orbital rocket launches – more than any other nation and ten more than the United States.
*The Science Report
Claims cyclones and hurricanes have intensified over recent decades, and it's going to get worse.
Russia begins upgrading its air defence systems to the new S-550.
Chilean researchers have discovered a new species of ankylosaur in the subantarctic tip of Chile.
Skeptic's guide to the science of ghosts

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Jan 14, 2022
Failed Russian Rocket Crashes Back to Earth
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 5
*Failed Russian rocket crashes back to Earth
A failed Russian test launch has seen a 4-tonne rocket stage crash back to Earth in an uncontrolled fiery re-entry.
*Exploring the Jovian ice moon Europa
NASA’s new Europa Clipper mission to study the Jovian ice moon Europa and global subsurface oceans.
*TESS continues with mission extension
NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite – TESS – is now well into its extended 27 month extended mission having already identified more than 2,600 candidate exoplanets – that is planets orbiting stars other than the Sun.
*Russia’s latest space tourism mission
Two Japanese space tourists and a Russian cosmonaut have returned safely to Earth aboard their Soyuz MS-20 capsule.
*The Science Report
Warnings the amount of rainfall in the Arctic may increase at a faster rate than previously thought.
Work begins on Australia’s new MQ-4C Triton high-altitude, long-endurance -- or HALE – aircraft.
A new study on why we binge watch TV.
Alex on Tech visits the world’s largest consumer electronics show CES.
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Jan 12, 2022
New Study Measures Antimatter’s Reaction to Gravity
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 4
*New study measures antimatter’s reaction to gravity
A new study has confirmed that matter and antimatter both respond the same way to gravity.
*Joint European and Russian mission to the Moon
The European Space Agency will include a drill and sample analysis package aboard the Russian Luna-27 mission to the Moon’s South Polar region in 2025.
*James Webb deployment underway
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has successfully begun the long and complicated process of unfurling and reconfiguring itself for operations.
*An Update on the asteroid Apophis
A new forecast by the Russian Emergencies Ministry warns that the asteroid Apophis close encounter with the Earth in 2029 will see the mountain sized space rock skim over the planet’s surface at an altitude of just 35,700 kilometres – closer than the orbits of geostationary satellites.
*The Science Report
Microplastics polluting the planet thousands of kilometres from their origin.
Paleontologists find a new species of long necked sauropod dinosaur in China.
A new study has shown that for the most part hangover cures don’t work
Skeptic's guide to the paranormal
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Jan 10, 2022
Solar Orbiter Publishes a Stunning Wealth of Science Results from its Cruise Phase
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 3
*Solar Orbiter publishes a wealth of science results from its cruise phase
Scientists are busy sifting through a wealth of data from the European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter mission which is studying our local star – the Sun.
*How NASA’s Curiosity Rover Is Making Mars Safer for Astronauts
A radiation sensor aboard NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover is providing scientists with key data to help prepare humans for life on the red planet next decade.
*Electrons big brother – the neutron rocket
Rocket lab are developing a new launch vehicle designed to carry far bigger payloads than the company’s current two stage Electron rocket.
*Starlink under fire for crowded skies
Beijing has slammed Elon Musk and SpaceX following two close encounters between China’s new Tiangong space station and Starlink’s ever growing constellation of broadband internet satellites.
*The Science Report
How global warming is impacting tropical rain forest bird populations
Claims a malicious code was discovered embedded in a Huawei software update.
An exquisitely preserved fossilized dinosaur embryo discovered in southern China.
A new study claims wine grapes may have originated in western Asia.
Skeptic's guide to Science:

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Jan 07, 2022
Earth and Mars Were Formed from Inner Solar System Material
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 2
*Earth and Mars were formed from inner Solar System material
A new study has confirmed that the Earth and Mars were formed from material that largely originated in the inner Solar System – with only a tiny few percent originating beyond Jupiter's orbit.
*Black holes carve out gigantic bubbles in a massive galaxy cluster
Astronomers have found four enormous cavities, or bubbles, at the centre of a galactic cluster which appear to have been carved out by a pair of erupting supermassive black holes closely orbiting each other.
*France launches its new signet spy satellites
Arianespace has successfully launched a Vega rocket carrying three new French spy satellites into orbit.
*A Turkish delight in orbit
SpaceX have launched a new Turkish telecommunications satellite.
*The Science Report
Warnings that the Thwaites Glacier could shatter part of the Antarctic ice shelf within five years.
The top 10 government-subsidised medicines prescribed in Australia.
The Australian Army to build self-propelled 155 mm howitzers.
How smart are brain surgeons and rocket scientists really.
Alex on Tech your digital footprint
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Jan 05, 2022
The Biggest Scientific Discovery of the Past Year
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SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 1
*The biggest scientific discovery of the past year - first black hole-neutron star mergers
One of the unquestionable highlights of the past year in scientific research was the historic confirmation that one of the densest objects in the universe – a neutron star had been consumed by a black hole – the only thing even denser.
*Discovery of a huge new population of free-floating planets
Astronomers have discovered at least seventy free floating planets – worlds not orbiting host stars – in our part of the galaxy.
*Iran continues its nuclear weapons campaign
Iran has moved a step closer to developing a nuclear weapon and the means to deliver it with the launch of another missile in what military experts are describing as a thinly disguised rocket launch.
*New Dragon docks to the space station
The SpaceX CRS-24 cargo ship has successfully docked with the International Space Station 418 kilometres over the South Pacific Ocean.
*China ends 2021 with more than fifty orbital missions
China has ended the year 2021 with a flurry of rocket launches as it continues what Beijing describes as preparations for war.
*The Science Report
New studies claim Moderna is slightly more effective at preventing COVID-19 infection.
Pollutants in the air linked to changes to the sex ratio of births.
Australia to replace its troubled Taipan helicopters with more Blackhawks.
An ancient synagogue older than Christianity and Islam, discovered in Galilee.
Skeptic's guide to bogus allergy tests

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Jan 03, 2022
Ingenuity Soars Through Alien Skies Yet Again
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 145
*Ingenuity soars through alien skies yet again
NASA’s Mars Ingenuity rotocopter has undertaken its 18th flight over the surface of the red planet.
*Blue Origin launches its third space tourism flight.
Blue Origin has launched its third space tourism flight into the clear blue skies of west Texas.
*China undertakes its 400th Long March rocket launch
China has undertaken its 50th orbital mission for the year – with the flight also marking the 400th launch of a Long March series rocket.
*January Skywatch
The Earth enters perihelion, a look at Sirius the dog star and the brightest star in the night skies, and the Quadrantids Meteor Shower are among the highlights of the January night skies.

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Dec 31, 2021
Evidence of a Dark Matter Free Galaxy
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 144
*Evidence of a dark matter free galaxy
Astronomers think they’ve found evidence of a dark matter free galaxy.
*Asteroid Eurybates reveals some of its secrets
Astronomers have used the blink of a distant star to determine the size of an asteroid in orbit near Jupiter.
*Russia launches classified military satellite
Russia has launched a classified military payload into orbit. The mission was launched aboard a Soyuz 2-1b rocket from the Plesetsk cosmodrome in northern Russia.
*Astra finally reach orbit on their latest attempt
California company Astra Space have finally achieved orbit incertion with their latest rocket launch attempt.
*The Science Report
Three in five people have some sort of mild reaction to their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
People who have had the Pfizer COVID-19 booster jab are 10 times less likely to get infected.
A daily dose of yoghurt could help fight high blood pressure.
Scientists have discovered the first millipede with more than a thousand legs.
Alex on Tech: Counting down to CES.
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Dec 30, 2021
James Webb Space Telescope Launches into Space
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*James Webb Space Telescope launches into space
The James Webb Space Telescope has been successfully launched into orbit aboard an Ariane 5 rocket.
*NASA touches the Sun
For the first time in history a spacecraft has touched the Sun. NASA’s Parker Solar Probe reached the Sun’s extended solar atmosphere, known as the corona, spending five hours there.
*Giant asteroid near miss
An asteroid the size of the Eiffel tower has just zoomed past the Earth.
*ExoMars discovers water hidden in Mars’ Grand Canyon
Astronomers have found significant amounts of water hidden in the red planet’s massive Valles Marineris canyon system.
*Galileo launch
Arianespace have launched two more European Galileo navigation satellites into orbit using a Russian Soyuz rocket.
*The Science Report
You are far more likely to get COVID after six months without a jab.
Phase three trials of the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine show it to be 90.4 per cent effective.
A new arctic temperature record reaching a sweltering 38° Celsius.
A new study has found that the western honey bee most likely originated in Asia.
Skeptic's guide to COVID-19 vaccine detox
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Dec 27, 2021
New to the Neighborhood
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 142
*Most of the Milky Way’s satellite galaxies are new to the neighborhood
A new study claims most of the fifty satellite galaxies surrounding the Milky Way are new to the neighbourhood and are only on their first pass of our galaxy.
*The largest comet ever observed
A new study shows that comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein -- the largest comet ever discovered – became active far earlier than previously thought.
*New Zealand launches its sixth mission this year
Rocket Lab has successfully deployed another two BlackSky satellites to orbit. The 'A Data With Destiny' mission – the sixth and last for the year -- was launched aboard an Electron rocket from the company’s Mahia Peninsula launch complex on New Zealand’s north island east coast.
*The Science Report
Aspirin use linked to a 26% increased risk of heart failure.
US North East to get worse Hurricane outcomes because of Climate Change.
Study finds a link between coffee consumption and a lowered risk of Alzheimer’s.
Skeptic's guide to National ghost hunting day..

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Dec 24, 2021
NASA’s New Laser Satellite Launched into Orbit
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 141
*NASA’s new laser satellite launched into orbit
The future of space communications has been launched into orbit by NASA. The Laser Communications Relay Demonstration together with a joint NASA-U.S. Naval Research Laboratory space weather payload to study the Sun’s radiation were launched as part of the U.S. Space Force's Space Test Program 3 mission.
*Hubble back to full operations
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is now back up and running after technicians were able to recovered the last of the orbiting observatory’s four primary instruments – the Imaging Spectrograph.
*Russia sends two more space tourists to the ISS
A Soyuz spacecraft carrying two Japanese space tourists and a Russian Cosmonaut have docked successfully with the International Space Station.
*Space Station antenna destroyed by space debris
Meanwhile, astronauts have finally been allowed to undertake a space walk outside the International Space Station to repair a broken antenna.
*The Science Report
Growing calls for a third booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine in the wake of the Omicron variant
IBM build the first quantum computer with over a hundred quantum bits or qubits on a chip.
Iran’s actions are causing a nuclear crisis which is destabilizing the entire Middle East
Alex on Tech: global chip shortage
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Dec 22, 2021
NASA Launch’s its New X-Ray Eyes in the Sky
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 140
*NASA launch’s its new X-ray eyes in the sky
NASA has launched a new x-ray telescope to study the most extreme and mysterious objects in the universe such as supernovae and black holes.
*Manned Moon landing could be delayed until 2027
NASA’s original plans to return people to the Moon in 2024 have already been pushed back by a year -- Now there are serious concerns that man won’t return to the Moon until 2027 at the earliest – meaning its going to take longer to get back to the Moon – than what it did in the first place.
*Two more flights for the Mars Ingenuity helicopter
NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity has completed another two flights over the red planet. The latest missions bring Ingenuity’s tally to 17 missions since landing in Jezero Crater attached to the Mars Perseverance Rover in mid-February.
*The Science Report
COVID-19 may have become more lethal in the UK in late 2020.
Australian native plants and wildlife are facing extinction on a massive scale.
Archaeologists discover the oldest piece of decorated Eurasian jewellery.
Skeptic's guide to the world’s most haunted places.

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Dec 20, 2021
Jets Erupting from Sagittarius A
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 139
*Jets discovered erupting from the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole
Astronomers have detected jets erupting from Sagittarius A* -- the supermassive black hole at the heart of our Milky Way galaxy.
*A new tool in the search for life beyond Earth
A new study says scientists need to know more about the chemical make up of the Venusian atmosphere before they can really speculate about the possibility of life in the clouds.
*Antarctic solar eclipse
The Antarctic has experienced a rare total solar eclipse is giving researchers a unique opportunity to learn more about how solar eclipses affect space weather.
*The Science Report
China has launched another cyberattack against Australia
AI-designed life forms develop a new -- never before seen in nature -- form of reproduction.
Archaeologists have discovered a 2,100-Year-Old Hellenistic fortress in central Israel.
Skeptic's guide to a 12-year study psychic predictions.

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Dec 17, 2021
One in Five Galaxies could be Hidden
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 138
*New study says one in five galaxies could be hidden
Astronomers at the University of Copenhagen’s Cosmic Dawn Center have discovered two previously invisible galaxies 29 billion light-years away.
*Hundreds of new planets discovered
NASA has announced the discovery of another 301 exoplanets – planets orbiting stars other than the Sun.
*Black Sky launches from southern Queensland
Black Sky Aerospace has successfully launched a satellite security test play load from its Goondiwindi launch complex in south western Queensland.
*Russia launches a new module to the Space Station
A Russian Soyuz rocket has blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in the central Asian republic of Kazakhstan carrying the new Prichal docking module for the International Space Station.
*December Skywatch
The December Solstice, the Eta Carinae ticking time bomb, the Orion constellation, and the annual Geminids meteor shower are among the highlights of December on SkyWatch.

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Dec 03, 2021
The Magellanic Stream Closer than Previously Thought
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 137
*The Magellanic stream closer than previously thought
A new study suggests the Magellanic stream is five times closer to the Milky Way galaxy than previously thought. The discovery means it will start colliding with the Milky Way far sooner than expected.
*New Zealand’s Rocket Lab launches its 22nd Electron mission
Rocket Lab has successfully launched another two satellites into orbit aboard its Electron rocket.
*There’s been an incident involving the James Webb space telescope
Oops is not something you want to hear when moving a ten-billion-dollar space telescope. But that’s what’s just happened at the European Space Agency’s Kourou Space Port in French Guyana as technicians were attempting to attach the new James Webb Space Telescope to its launch vehicle adapter on the upper stage of the Ariane 5 rocket.
*NASA continues work to retore the Hubble Space Telescope
NASA has brought the Wide Field Camera 3 instrument back on line as it continues efforts to fix the Hubble Space Telescope after it suddenly went into safe mode in October.
*Another Chinese spy satellite launched
Another week and the launch of another Chinese Earth reconnaissance satellite bringing Beijing’s total to over 148 surveillance spacecraft.
*The Science Report
Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest has increased by a devastating 22 percent.
A new study finds some Pacific Ocean rock fishes can live for more than 200 years.
How does coffee affect your heart?
Alex on Tech: stupid passwords.

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Dec 01, 2021
Near-Earth Asteroid Might be a Lost Fragment of the Moon
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 136
*Near-Earth asteroid might be a lost fragment of the Moon
A new study claims a near Earth asteroid might be a fragment of the Moon. The one hundred and fifty metre wide space rock called Kamo`oalewa is a quasi-satellite orbiting around the Sun with the Earth -- often getting to within 15 Million kilometres of Earth.
*The fastest spinning white dwarf ever seen
Astronomers have discovered the fastest spinning white dwarf star ever seen.
*The longest partial lunar eclipse since 1440
Skywatchers over much of the world have enjoyed the longest partial lunar eclipse in nearly 600 years with the Moon bathed in brilliant scarlet.
*NASA’s DART mission blasts off on a journey to slam into an asteroid
NASA has successfully launched a mission which could eventually save planet Earth from an asteroid impact.
*The Science Report
Growing fears globally following the discovery of the new Omicron strain of COVID-19.
How well different measures work to limit COVID-19’s spread.
What caused the world’s worst mass extinction event?
The Bureau of Meteorology says we have entered a La Nina weather pattern.
Skeptic's guide to the world’s most haunted places.
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Nov 29, 2021
NASA’s Dragonfly Mission to Titan
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 135
*NASA’s Dragonfly mission to Titan
Dragonfly is a NASA mission to explore the chemistry and habitability of Saturn's largest moon, Titan.
*Hubble Space Telescope back online
NASA’s Earth orbiting Hubble Space Telescope is partially back on line after mission managers successfully recovered the observatory’s Advanced Camera for Surveys instrument.
*Another 53 Starlink satellites launched
SpaceX has launched another 53 Starlink satellites as it continues to expand its broadband internet constellation.
*More Chinese spy satellites launched
China is continuing its spy satellite launch program at a blistering pace with three more Yaogan 35 reconnaissance satellites blasting in to orbit.
*The Science Report
New test for laser ignition nuclear fusion.
High speed rail linked to reduction in carbon emissions
Palaeontologists have identified a new species of hadrosaur dinosaur on the Isle of Wight.
Skeptic's guide to the scariest horror movies of all time.

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Nov 26, 2021
DAVINCI Mission to Study Venus
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 134
*DAVINCI mission to study Venus
NASA’s DAVINCI -- Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry and Imaging mission will launch in 2029.
*Evidence of an exploding comet discovered in Chile
A new study has revealed that slabs of silicate glass covering the ground in Chile’s Atacama Desert were caused by a comet.
*Ingenuity undertakes its 15th flight on Mars
NASA's Mars Ingenuity helicopter has undertaken its 15th flight in the skies above Jezero crater on the first leg of a journey taking it back to its starting point from where it took off on its first ever flight on the red planet.
*The Science Report
Tragedy at a Nebraska zoo where three extremely rare snow leopards have died of COVID-19.
Effects of global warming on soils could see food and fibre production affected by fungal plant pathogens.
Extinct Japanese wolf might be the domestic dogs closest relative.
Alex on Tech – Apple launches a self-service repair program.

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Nov 24, 2021
Russia Slammed for Anti-Satellite Missile Test
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 133
*Russia slammed for anti-satellite missile test
Russia has been condemned by nations around the world for conducting an anti-satellite missile test which not only threatened the International Space Station and its crew – but has produced a growing cloud of shrapnel and debris that will remain a threat to space navigation for decades to come.
*DART planetary defense mission ready for launch
All systems are go for this weeks the launch of NASA’s Dart planetary defense mission. DART is part of a joint NASA European Space Agency mission to slam an impactor into a pyramid sized moon orbiting a mountain sized near Earth asteroid.
*Fate of sinking tectonic plates revealed
A new study claims Earth’s tectonic plates remain intact though weakened as they sink down into the planet’s mantel.
*The Science Report
Increased greenhouse gas levels confirmed as main drivers of global warming.
New never before seen mineral found inside a diamond hauled up from deep below the Earth’s surface.
Palaeontologists have identified a new species of dinosaur in Greenland.
Skeptic's guide to the annual bent spoon award.
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Nov 22, 2021
A Huge Pile of New Gravitational Wave Detections
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 132
*A huge pile of new gravitational-wave detections
Scientists have announced another 35 new gravitational wave detections. The new discoveries bring the total number of observations to 90 – including further confirmation of rare intermediate-mass black holes.
*India latest Nuclear Missile test meant as a signal to China
India has carried out another test of its nuclear-capable Agni-5 long-range ballistic missile.
*The growing popularity of remote-controlled telescopes
Citizen scientists can now relocate their telescopes to some of the best astronomy viewing places on Earth and operate them remotely.
*The Science Report
Global warming causing extreme ice melting events in Greenland.
People with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and anorexia more likely to move to cities.
The new wooden knife as sharp as stainless steel.
Skeptic's guide to therapeutic touch.

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Nov 19, 2021
Unlocking the Secrets of Star Formation
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 131
*Unlocking the secrets of star formation
Astronomers have discovered unusual structures in the western wall of the spectacular Carina Nebula.
*Lucy mission continues with crippled solar array
Mission managers are still trying to work out how to fix a jammed solar array on the Lucy spacecraft which is on a 12 year mission to study Jupiters trojan asteroids.
*China launches more spy satellites
China has launched three more reconnaissance satellites.
*Ticket sales flying for Virgin Galactic
It’s been revealed that Virgin Galactic now has around 700 people booked for its rocket plane flights to the edge of space.
*The Science Report
Leaving the toilet lid open after flushing increases the spread of infection.
Iran says it’s almost doubled its stockpile of enriched uranium.
Study confirms micro plastics will continue to pollute the planet for years.
Alex on Tech the 5G revolution marches on.
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Nov 17, 2021
Mystery Signals from the Galactic Centre
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 130
*Mystery signals from the galactic centre
Astronomers have discovered mysterious signals coming from the direction of the galactic centre of the Milky Way.
*Another asteroid’s close fly by to Earth
An asteroid the size of a refrigerator has just zoomed past the Earth at an altitude of just three thousand kilometres – which is lower than many satellites.
*NASA delays maiden flight of Artemis 1 till next year
NASA says it’s now targeting February next year for the maiden flight of its new SLS Moon rocket and Orion crew capsule.
*Four up four down
NASA launches four new crew members to the International Space Station as four others return home.
*The Science Report
Smoking and drinking booze likely to increase your risk of age-related macular degeneration.
China nuclear weapons stockpile growing dramatically.
New studies confirm your cat is following your every move.
Skeptic's guide to America’s belief in evolution
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Nov 15, 2021
Starliner Test Flight Delayed till Next Year
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 129
*Starliner test flight delayed till next year
Boeing says its troubled CST-100 Starliner spacecraft will now undertake an unmanned test flight to the International Space Station in the first half of next year.
*Laser communications system about to launch
NASA are about to launch a new optical laser communications system. The Laser Communications Relay Demonstration will fly aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
*China launches new top secret satellite
China has launched a new top secret spacecraft aboard a long March 3B rocket from the Xichang satellite launch centre in south western China’s Sichuan province.
*South Korea launches first domestic space rocket
South Korea has launched its first fully locally built orbital rocket. However, the 47 metre tall KSLV-II or Nuri -- failed to place its 1.5 tonne dummy payload into its planned 700 kilometre high orbit after the third stage shut down 46 seconds early – preventing the mission from achieving orbital velocity.
*The Science Report
Pets infected with COVID-19 likely to end up with acute onset of heart disease.
Paleoanthropologists name new species of ancient human ancestor: Homo bodoensis.
Study shows dogs learn words the same way people do.
Skeptic's guide to what your pseudoscience beliefs say about your character traits

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Nov 12, 2021
Hubble Space Telescope Moves into Safe Mode
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 128
*Hubble Space Telescope moves into safe mode
The iconic Hubble Space Telescope is back in Safe Mode today after the Earth orbiting observatory suddenly issued a series of error codes suspending all science operations.
*Getting ready to launch the James Webb Space Telescope
All systems are go for next month’s launch of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. The six and a half tonne observatory is slated to launch aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from the European Space Agency’s Kourou Space Port in French Guyana on December the 18th.
*Ingenuity undertakes its 14th flight on Mars
NASA’s Mars Ingenuity helicopter has undertaken a successful 14th flight over the red planet’s Jezero Crater.

*The Science Report
COVID-19 survivors with two vaccination shots show higher spike antibody levels.
Flying foxes learning to survive in suburbia.
Dairy cows have a natural drive to groom themselves and to scratch those hard-to-reach places.
Alex on Tech: Starlink passes a major milestone.
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Nov 10, 2021
Discovery of the Origins of 'Empty Sky' Gamma Rays
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 127
*Discovery of the origins of ‘empty sky’ gamma-rays
A new study has confirmed that star-forming galaxies are responsible for generating the majority of empty sky gamma-rays -- the origins of which have been a mystery for half a century.
*Understanding the depths of Jupiter’s great red spot
New data from NASA’s Juno spacecraft shows that Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot extends down some 500 kilometres -- far deeper into the gas giant than previously thought.
*The biggest solar flare of the Sun’s new cycle
The Sun has launched its second X class solar flare of the new solar cycle – leaving no doubt to solar cycle 25 is underway.
*The Science Report
New study shows the value of getting a third booster shot of COVID-19 Vaccine.
Confirmation that Vikings crossed the Atlantic Ocean a millennia ago.
Australia has the world’s second highest rate of methamphetamine use.
Skeptic's guide to having a pet scientist.
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Nov 08, 2021
Study Suggests the Earth Tipped Over 84 million Years Ago
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SpaceTime 20211105 Series 24 Episode 126
*Study suggests the earth tipped over 84 million years ago
A new study suggests the Earth tipped on its side 84 million years ago. The phenomenon known as true polar wander tilts planets relative to their spin axis causing the geographic locations of the north and south poles to change, or "wander".
*NASA calls for new players to fly crew to the space station
The ongoing problems with Boeing’s CST100 Starliner spacecraft has forced NASA to call for other company’s interested in providing crew transport services to the International Space Station.
*China’s new spacecraft or a hypersonic missile test
China is denying persistent reports that it’s just tested a new hypersonic cruise missile -- claiming the test involved a new reusable spacecraft.
*November SkyWatch
The Andromeda galaxy, the first exoplanet 51 Pegasus B and the Orionids, Taurids and Leonids meteor showers are among the highlights of November skywatch.

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Nov 05, 2021
An Ancient Gap In Our Solar System
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 125
*The early solar system harboured a gap between its inner and outer regions
Astronomers have discovered an ancient gap in the protoplanetary disk which coalesced to form our solar system 4.6 billion years ago.
*Growing calls for a manned scientific base on the Moon
A meeting of 350 astronomers and gravitational wave scientists have agreed to support proposals to develop a manned scientific observatory on the Moon.
*Ariane 5 sets new record on latest launch
An Ariane 5 has launched its heaviest payload yet into geostationary transfer orbit.
*The Science Report
Average life expectancy declining in several English communities.
Soybean, nuts, canola oils and flaxseed associated with a lower risk of death.
Discovery of a unique second Temple-era purple and lilac amethyst seal in Jerusalem.
Alex on Tech: new widespread malware campaign
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Nov 03, 2021
Astronomers See White Dwarf “switch on and off” For First Time
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 124
*Astronomers see white dwarf “switch on and off” for first time
Astronomers have for the first time seen a white dwarf star appear to abruptly switch off and then on again.
*A new study looks at the deep roots of Australian geology
A new study has shown for the first time that the Australian land mass is made up of different building blocks that fused together over 1.3 billion years ago.
*Blue Origin announces plans for private space station
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s space company Blue Origin has announced plans to build a privately owned and operated space station in low Earth orbit over the next few years.
*The Science Report
People on the Autism spectrum more likely to self-harm
Arctic summer sea ice now less than half what it was in the 1980s
Dinosaur footprints tell a new story
Skeptic's guide to shonky university courses
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Nov 01, 2021
The Large Magellanic Cloud Cannibalizing Smaller Galaxies
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 123
*The Large Magellanic Cloud cannibalizing smaller galaxies
Scientists have confirmed that the Large Magellanic Cloud has been cannibalizing smaller galaxies. Astronomers already knew that large galaxies like the Milky Way grow by merging with or cannibalizing smaller galaxies. But now a report in the journal Nature has shown that a small satellite dwarf galaxy like the Large Magellanic Cloud has in turn absorbed an even smaller galaxy in its vicinity.
*NASA’s first test of optical communications technology
NASA is about to test a new optical laser communications system in space for the first time. The Laser Communications Relay Demonstration is gearing up for launch next month with the payload now fully integrated into its host spacecraft and ready for its final testing before being lofted into orbit.
*One Web’s constellation passes the halfway mark
One Web have launched another 36 broadband internet satellites into orbit.
*The Science Report
Discovery of the first fossil evidence of modern human remains from the Pleistocene in Sulawesi.
The US State Department provides details on America’s current nuclear weapons stockpile.
A new study suggests horses were first domesticated in the Volga-Don region of Russia.
Skeptic's guide to schadenfreude over COVID deniers who get sick.

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Oct 29, 2021
Problems as Lucy Launches
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 122
*Problems as Lucy launches to study Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids
Lucy mission managers are still trying to determine the full extent of the problem with the spacecraft after one of the solar arrays failed to deploy properly following launch. Telemetry from the 1500 kilogram probe suggest that only one of the two solar arrays fully unfurled and latched -- the second array partially opening but failing to lock.
*New study claims Venus never had oceans
Venus is often considered Earth’s sister planet – but a new study claims that unlike the Earth -- Venus never had oceans.
*New crew arrives at Chinese space station
China’s Shenzhou-13 spacecraft has successfully docked to the Tianhe core module of Beijing’s new space station.
*The Science Report
Over 99.9% of peer-reviewed scientific papers agree that climate change is caused by humans.
Scientists find a previously little understood mass extinction event rocked Africa and Arabia.
Lockheed Martin famous Skunk Works shows its new X-59 Quiet Super Sonic Transport aircraft.
Alex on Tech: New product launches for Apple Google and Samsung.
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Oct 27, 2021
Lunar Volcanic Activity Lasted Longer Than Thought
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 121
*Lunar volcanic activity lasted longer than thought
The moon may have been volcanically active far longer than previously thought. A series of reports in the journals Science and Nature shows lunar regolith collected by China’s Chang-e 5 sample return mission show evidence of volcanic activity 800 - 900 million years longer than previously thought.
*More evidence of water on Europa
New observations by NASA’s Hubble space telescope have found evidence of persistent water vapor on the Jovian ice moon Europa. But the findings reported in the journal Geophysical Research Letters – mysteriously shows the water vapor only being detected in one hemisphere.
*Another faulty Russian engine burn destabilizes the space station
Russia have destabilized the International Space Station again. The latest incident occurred during tests of the engines of the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft -- which would later be used to return a Russian film crew to Earth after shooting 40 minutes of footage for a feature film aboard the orbiting outpost.
*The Science Report
The overweight and obese more likely to have worse COVID-19 symptoms.
More than half of those who get COVID-19 end up with long COVID.
Study shows ancient humans enjoyed a diet which included blue cheese and beer.
Skeptic's guide to 2021 Bent Spoon Award nominations.
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Oct 25, 2021
Jezero Crater Shows Signs of Sustained Interactions with Water
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SpaceTime 20211022 Series 24 Episode 120
*The floor of Jezero Crater shows signs of sustained interactions with water
Since the Perseverance rover landed in the red planet’s Jezero crater back in February, the rover and its team of scientists back on Earth have been hard at work exploring the craters floor which once held an ancient lake.
*Large effect of solar activity on Earth's energy budget
A new study has confirmed that the Sun and galaxy have a major impact on the Earth’s cloud cover and ultimately the planet’s energy budget.
*CHEOPS nears the halfway point in its mission
The European Space Agency’s CHEOPS space telescope is now over half way through its planned mission to study distant worlds orbiting other stars.
*The Science Report
Classic antidepressants could help improve modern cancer treatments.
A successful test of America’s new hypersonic missile.
Discovery of a hidden ancient Mayan city in Guatemala.
Skeptic's guide to India’s ghost buster.

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Oct 22, 2021
Earth’s Solid Inner Core Could be Mushy
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 119
*Earth’s solid inner core could be mushy
A new study suggests that the Earth’s inner core might be mushy rather than solid. Data based on seismic readings going back to the 1950s indicates the planet’s core comprises a molten iron and nickel metal outer core surrounding a solid metallic inner core located some 5150 kilometres beneath the surface.
*Space Rider to fly in 2023
The European Space Agency’s proposed Space RIDER orbital space plane is now expected to undertake its maiden flight in late 2023.
*Mars Ingenuity helicopter sees the road ahead
NASA’s Mars Ingenuity helicopter has identified a potential interesting path forward for the missions Perseverance Rover.
*The Science Report
4 in every 10 heat-related deaths around the world can be attributed to climate change.
Pollution leaving many vulnerable and endangered turtles at greater risk of disease.
Archaeologists have uncovered a 2700 year old toilet at a dig site in Jerusalem.
Alex on Tech: New security patches for Apple products, Google Chrome, and Windows 11.
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Oct 20, 2021
Plans Announced for an Aussie Lunar Rover
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 118
*Plans announced for an Aussie lunar rover
NASA has asked the Australian Space Agency to develop a robotic rover to find, study and transport regolith on the lunar surface.
*Astronomers conduct a supernova post mortem
Astronomers have delved deep into the remains of a thermonuclear supernova explosion. The new data reported in the Astrophysical Journal has allowed scientists to study the devastated remains of the progenitor white dwarf star which triggered the blast – in incredible detail.
*A new hypothetical protoplanet
A team of planetary scientists have come up with a something new to look for in the heavens called a synestia -- a huge, at this stage still hypothetical spinning, donut-shaped mass of hot, vaporized rock, formed as planet-sized objects smash into each other.
*Space the final frontier
‘I hope I never recover from it’ – they were the words of a highly emotional William Shatner following his journey into space aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard.
*The Science Report
Australians advised to get a booster third COVID-19 vaccination shot.
60% of Antarctic ice shelves vulnerable to melt-induced cracks which could trigger ice shelf collapse.
Roof top solar systems could provide is more than the world’s total energy consumption in 2018.
Converting to renewable energy will cost Australian consumers over a trillion dollars.
Skeptic's guide to the dangers of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
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Oct 18, 2021
New Hubble Images Show Winds Near Edge of Jupiter's Great Red Spot Accelerating
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 117
*Hubble shows winds in Jupiter's great red spot are speeding up
A new study based on images taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope shows that winds near the edge of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot are accelerating.
*NASA’s deep space atomic clock completes its mission
NASA says its experimental deep space atomic clock has now completed its mission.
*Dragon returns to Earth
A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship has safely splashed down in the North Atlantic Ocean loaded with equipment and completed experiments from the International Space Station.
*The Science Report
A new study shows that losing 15 per cent body weight could help people with type 2 diabetes.
Russia undertakes two new Zircon hypersonic missile tests.
Discovery of two new Spinosaurid predatory dinosaurs related to the giant Spinosaurus.
Skeptic's guide to pet psychics.

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Oct 15, 2021
NASA Selects Four New Deep Space Missions
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 116
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*NASA Selects four new deep space missions
NASA has selected four new deep space missions for further development as part of its Discovery Program exploring the solar system.
*First planet found to orbit 3 stars
Astronomers think they may have discovered a planet that’s orbiting three stars. The triple star system called GW Orionis, is located some 1312 light-years away in the constellation of Orion.
*Light Camera Action
Another space first as a Russian actress and director arrive aboard the International Space Station to film scenes for a motion picture.
*The Science Report
The Delta variant of COVID-19 appears to increase the risk of death by 133 per cent.
New warnings today that logging is decimating Australian sandalwood populations.
Palaeontologists have identified a new species of ceratopsian dinosaur in New Mexico.
Alex on Tech: How Facebook and instagram actively put profits over the health of children.
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Oct 13, 2021
LUCY Mission is Go
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 115
*All systems go for the launch of LUCY’s mission to the Trojan asteroids
Mission managers at NASA say all systems are go for this week’s launch of the LUCY spacecraft which will explore Jupiter’s mysterious Trojan asteroids.
*Binar-1 now in orbit
Curtin University’s Binar-1 spacecraft has been released into orbit from the International Space Station.
*Say Hello to the Arids meteor shower
October is already a busy month with three major meteor shows The Draconids, The Taurids and The Orionids, now there could be a fourth – say hello to the Arids meteor shower.
*The Science Report
Science highest awards the Nobel Prizes in Physics Chemistry and Medicine awarded in Stockholm.
The number of threatened Australian native bee species increase by nearly five hundred percent.
New studies show dogs learn names as fast as 1 year old kids.
Skeptic's guide to the sort of people who believe in nutty conspiracy theories.

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Oct 11, 2021
Bepi-Colombo’s Mercury Flyby Underway
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 114
*Bepi-Colombo’s Mercury flyby underway
As we go to air the joint European Space Agency Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency BepiColombo mission to Mercury is undertaking the first of six flybys of its destination planet as it uses the tiny world’s gravity assist to slow down enough to eventually achieve orbit insertion in 2025.
*Jupiter hit by something big
Citizen scientists observing the gas giant Jupiter on September 13 got more than they expected when they witnessed a giant flash as something big suddenly slammed into the planet.
*New spy satellite lost in space
Beijing has now confirmed the failure of a new classified military spy satellite that was spotted flying over Australia’s East coast last week.
*October SkyWatch
The Alpha Centauri star system, the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds, and three meteor showers are among the highlights of the October night skies on Sky Watch.

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Oct 08, 2021
Cosmic Impact That Destroyed a City
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 113
*Cosmic impact that destroyed a city
A new study claims the ancient bronze age Jordan Valley city of Tall el-Hammam was destroyed by an asteroid impact. In the same way that the biblical story of Noah’s flood could have originated in accounts of the ancient Mediterranean Sea’s inundation of the Black Sea -- was this the basis for the biblical story of Sodom and Gomorrah?
*TESS finds its smallest planet yet
NASA's TESS -- Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite has discovered its smallest world so far – a planet between the sizes of Mars and Earth.
*NASA’s new mission to monitor the Earth
NASA has successfully launched the latest Landsat 9 environmental Earth observation satellite designed to monitor changes on the Earth’s surface.
*The Science Report
Fruit and veggies may be the key to preventing your child becoming a grumpy teen.
Palaeontologists discover the earliest known Ankylosaur.
Archaeologists unearth a vast second temple period quarry in Jerusalem.
Alex on Tech looks at Europe’s decision to standardize the USB-C.
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Oct 06, 2021
Three Big Marsquakes Rock the Red Planet
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 112
*Three Big Marsquakes rock the red planet
NASA’s InSight lander has recorded a massive magnitude 4.2 Marsquake on the red planet which shook the spacecraft for nearly an hour-and-a-half.
*NASA’s Mars fleet moves into solar conjunction
Planet Earth’s invasion of Mars has hit the pause button as the red planet moves into solar conjunction.
*NASA prepares for Arnhem Land rocket blast-off
A team of key NASA personnel have been released from COVID-19 quarantine in Darwin to begin preparations for the agency’s rocket launch program from Equatorial Launch Australia’s new Arnhem Space Centre.
*The Science Report
New experimental anti-viral drug molnupiravir could cut halve COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations.
Ground-breaking new research discovers a likely cause of Alzheimer’s disease.
Scientists create the world’s whitest paint.
A new study confirms that the ancient Etruscans were actually Italians.
Skeptic's guide to how big business exploits fear during COVID-19.
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Oct 04, 2021
Is That Dark Energy?
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 111
*Have scientists detected dark energy
A new study, led by researchers at the University of Cambridge and reported in the journal Physical Review D, suggests that some unexplained results from the XENON1T experiment in Italy may have been caused by dark energy, and not the dark matter the experiment was designed to detect.
*A launch abort for Black Sky’s new sounding rocket
The maiden flight of Black Sky Aerospace’s new sounding rocket has had to be aborted due to technical issues.
*Southern Launch wrap
Southern launch has confirmed that the TiSPACE Hapith I rocket was damaged beyond repair after catching alight during last week’s launch attempt.
*Australian Sky and Telescope
A new issue of Australian Sky and Telescope magazine has hit the news stands looking at easy ways to begin back yard astronomy which could set you or your kids on course as a citizen scientist.
*The Science Report
New study warns that sea level rise likely to be greater than predicted.
Study shows men’s sleep strongly influenced by the lunar cycle.
Claims spending less time in bed could help if you have trouble sleeping.
The world's oldest and most accurate trigonometry table.
Skeptic's guide to social influencers.
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Oct 01, 2021
A Landing Site Chosen for NASA’s New VIPER Lunar Rover
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 110
*A landing site chosen for NASA’s new VIPER lunar rover
NASA has selected the western edge of Nobile Crater at the Moon's South Pole as the landing site for its Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover or VIPER mission slated to launch in 2023.
*Was Mars too small to retain water
New research suggests a fundamental reason Mars has no water may be that it’s just too small to hold onto large amounts of water.
*New binary white dwarf system discovered
Astronomers have discovered a double white dwarf system located some 368 light years away.
*Taikonauts return home after 90 days on China’s new space station
Three Chinese taikonauts have returned safely to Earth after completing the country's longest-ever manned space mission.
*The Science Report
A new study suggests that if you’ve already had COVID-19, it’s still worth getting the vaccine.
A new study shows the parents of kids with autism have less symmetrical faces than average.
A quarter of Italian alpine plant species are threatened by glacier retreat.
Understanding the health secrets of curcumin.
Alex on Tech: Apple has finally released their new IOS-15 operating system.
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Sep 29, 2021
Super Volcanoes Discovered on Mars
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 109
*Super volcanoes discovered on Mars
Scientists found evidence that a region of northern Mars called Arabia Terra experienced thousands of “super eruptions,” the biggest volcanic eruptions known, over a 500-million-year period.
*Uncovering the secret mushballs of Neptune and Uranus
Mushballs – giant, slushy hailstones made from a mixture of ammonia and water – may be responsible for an atmospheric anomaly at Neptune and Uranus that has been puzzling scientists.
*461 new outer solar system objects found -- but no Planet 9
The Dark Energy Survey has discovered 461 new outer solar system objects.
Since 2013 the survey has been studying the properties of a mysterious force known as dark energy which is causing the expansion of the universe to accelerate.
*Two Australian satellites included in the latest dragon cargo ship mission
SpaceX have launched another Dragon resupply mission to the International Space Station. Included in the payload are the Australian Research Council’s CUAVA-1 satellite which is carrying four experimental payloads for the University of Sydney and Macquarie University and Curtin University’s Binar-1 spacecraft which will test new technology designed for eventual use in the Binar Prospector spacecraft which will be flown in lunar orbit in 2025.
*The Science Report
The hole in the ozone layer larger than usual this year.
A new more efficient electrocatalyst to make green hydrogen from water.
New research suggests T-rex wagged its tail like a puppy.
Skeptic's guide to anti-vaxxers pushing flawed studies.
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Sep 27, 2021
Revision Time
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 108
*Time for a revision for the Milky Way galaxy’s formation
Scientists will need to rethink how the Milky Way galaxy formed and evolved after new observations showed the galaxy’s gases aren’t homogeneously mixed – as originally thought.
*NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope ready for launch
After successful completion of its final tests, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is now being prepped for shipment to the launch pad.
*A year since death of the Arecibo Radio Telescope
It’s been a year since the iconic 305 metre Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico first began snapping support cables – a process that would ultimately lead to the collapse of the main dish on December first.
*OneWeb’s constellation continues to grow
A Russian rocket has blasted off carrying another 34 OneWeb internet broadband communications satellites.
*The Science Report
Smoke from Australia’s black summer bushfires spawned a massive phytoplankton bloom.
Defiant X rotorcraft proposal for US Army’s Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft programme.
New lithium sulfur batteries could let you drive Sydney to Melbourne on a single charge.
Fossilized dinosaur skin discovery.
Skeptic's guide to freedom of speech.

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Sep 24, 2021
Perseverance Rover Gets Busy
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 107
*The Perseverance rover collects a second sample of Martian history
NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover successfully collected its first pair of rock samples, and scientists already are gaining new insights into the Jezero Crater region of the red planet.
*ExoMars 2020 on track for launch a year from now
Well, it was slated to fly in 2020, but ongoing technical delays and the COVID-19 Corona virus pandemic forced the ExoMars 2020 mission to miss its original launch window.
*The Hapith I rocket in flames on its Whalers Way launch pad
Taiwanese company TiSpace’s attempt to launch its new Hapith I rocket has ended in flames with the rocket catching alight on the launch pad.
*SpaceX 16th launch of the year
SpaceX has successfully launched another 51 Starlink broadband internet satellites aboard one of its Falcon 9 rockets.
*China’s 33rd launch for the year
China has successfully launched a new direct broadcast telecommunications satellite.
*The Science Report
A new study confirms that the Sun's 11-year cycle cannot explain global warming.
Study shows 26 out of 27 scientists rejecting COVID-19 lab link were actually linked to the lab.
A new species of meat eating theropod dinosaur discovered in southeastern Brazil.
A new study has identified seven key personality traits in cats.
Alex on Tech: looks at the new iphone13.
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Sep 22, 2021
Planet Changing Super Volcanos
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 106
*A new look at planet changing super volcanos
A new study warns that super volcano eruptions can continue with follow up events for thousands of years after the main blast.
*Work underway on the Moon capsule
Work is now underway at Lockheed Martin on the Orion spacecraft that will be used on the Artemis III mission to return people to the lunar surface.
*SpaceX Inspiration4 mission
Four space tourists have undertaken a three day voyage in orbit. The Inspiration 4 flight aboard the SpaceX Dragon capsule Resilience launched on a Falcon 9 rocket from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.
*Australia’s new trilateral defence deal with America and Britain
Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom have entered into a new defence agreement designed to counter what’s euphemistically referred to as the growing military threats facing the Indo-Pacific theatre.
*The Science Report
The world has a new COVID-19 variant -- the new Mu variant is taking off in South America.
A third booster shot for COVID-19 lowers the rate of severe illness 20 fold.
The drying climate and water resource use puts the Darling River at greater risk of fish deaths.
A new apex predator dinosaur discovered at a dig site in Uzbekistan.
Skeptic's guide to psychic readings
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Sep 20, 2021
Astronauts Smell Smoke and Burning
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 105
*Astronauts smell smoke and burning on Russian Space Station module
There have been more problems aboard the Russian section of the International Space Station with the smell of burning plastic triggering a smoke alarm in the Zvezda service module.
*NASA set to extend the life of the Mars Ingenuity helicopter indefinitely
NASA mission managers are so pleased with the performance of their tiny Mars Ingenuity helicopter – they’re planning an indefinite mission extension.
*The history of constellations
A constellation is an area on the celestial sphere in which a group of visible stars forms a perceived outline or pattern, typically representing an animal, mythological person or creature, or some inanimate object. Today there used to identify a specific region in the sky – but they originally started out as a way for prehistoric people to relate stories about their beliefs, experiences, creation, or mythology.
*Another Chinese Earth observation satellite
Beijing has successfully launched another new Earth-observation satellite.
*The Science Report
The delta variant of COVID-19 doubles hospitalisation compared with the alpha variant.
COVID-19 survivors still have some symptoms a year after infection.
Transgender people are twice as likely to die compared to cisgender men and women.
Scientists developing new synthetic biofuels based on waste water ponds.
Skeptic's guide to vaccine passports

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Sep 17, 2021
Fast Radio Bursts Tracked Down to Galactic Spiral Arms
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Sep 15, 2021
First Evidence for a New Type of Supernova
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 103
*First evidence for a new type of supernova
Astronomers have gathered evidence of what appears to be a new type of supernova.
*Cosmic filament discovery supports Lambda Cold Dark Matter hypothesis
Astronomers have discovered the longest intergalactic filament ever seen. The discovery strongly supports the Lambda Cold Dark Matter model explaining the evolution of the universe over the past 13.82 billion years since the big bang.
*More than a million near Earth objects now detected
The European Space Agency’s Planetary defence office catalogue of asteroids with good orbital information has now surpassed a million.
*Virgin Galactic grounded by FAA
The US Federal Aviation Administration -- the FAA -- has grounded Virgin Galactic as it investigates why its last flight to the edge of space deviated from its planned trajectory.
*The Science Report
Delta variant of COVID-19 is eight times less sensitive to the antibodies generated by vaccination.
A grim picture for Australia’s most endangered plants and animals.
Bisexuals have more than twice the rates of asthma and other lung diseases as straight people.
Skeptic's guide to 9-11
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Sep 13, 2021
An Update from Mars
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 102
*Perseverance collects its first samples of the red planet
It was a case of second time lucky as NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover successfully collected a sample of red planet rock for the first time.
*Curiosity celebrates nine years on Mars
NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover has just drilled its 32nd hole into the surface of the red planet marking nine years of exploration in Gale Crater.
*Will it be safe for humans to fly to Mars?
Once you have all the technical issues ironed out – the biggest problem facing humans return to the Moon or for that matter undertaking the far longer journey to the red planet Mars will be radiation.
*September Skywatch
The September Equinox, the constellation Capricorn and the Aurigids and Epsilon Perseids meteor showers are among the highlights of the September night skies.

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Sep 10, 2021
A New Study of Stellar Streams in the Milky Way
1799
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 101
*A new study of stellar streams in the Milky Way
A new study of 23 stellar streams in the Milky Way galaxy suggest that the vast majority originated in other galaxies.
*The weird, metallic star hurtling out of the Milky Way
Astronomers have spotted a remnant fragment of a white dwarf star being flung out of the galaxy.
*More cracks in the Russian part of the space station
There are growing concerns about the safety of the Russian segments of the International Space Station following the discovery of cracks in the Zarya module – one of the orbiting outpost’s first components.

*Another New Shepard test flight
Hot on the heels of July’s successful first space tourism flight -- Blue Origin has launched New Shepard on its 17th mission -- this time carrying experiments for NASA and various universities.
*The Science Report
Warnings that once every century extreme sea level events will soon take place every year.
Moderna is about to start Phase I clinical trials a new HIV vaccine candidate. based on mRNA.
Pulses of increased rainfall in the Arabian Peninsula helped human migration out of Africa.
South Korea takes delivery of its first ballistic-missile submarine.
Alex on Tech: the Flubot malware scam.
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Sep 08, 2021
Possible Detection of a New Type of Gravitational Wave
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 100
*Possible detection of a new type of gravitational wave
Scientists using a ground-breaking new high frequency gravitational wave detector have made two possible detections which are sparking a lot of excitement.
*A break discovered in one of the Milky Way’s spiral arms
Astronomers have discovered what appears to be a break in one of the Milky Way galaxy’s majestic spiral arms.
*The fastest asteroid ever seen
Astronomers have discovered the fastest asteroid ever seen. The kilometre wide space rock named 2021 PH27 – takes just 113 days to complete each orbit of the Sun.
*Martian snow is dusty
A new study has confirmed that Martian snow is very dusty. The findings reported in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets looked at the grain size of the dust in the red planet’s snow cover.
*The Science Report
Scientists have reported a potential new COVID-19 variant.
A new study claims people can change their sexual orientation after finding it’s really on a spectrum.
Two new species of dinosaurs discovered in the Appalachian mountains.
People are swearing less now than what they used to back in the 1990s.
Skeptic's guide to the Dunning–Kruger effect
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Sep 06, 2021
Space Junk Destroys Satellite
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 99
*Space junk destroys satellite
It now looks like space junk from a 1996 Russian rocket may be behind the destruction of China’s Yunhai 1-02 weather satellite earlier this year.
*More delays could push Starliner’s launch to next year
The long awaited second orbital test flight of Boeing’s new CST-100 Starliner to the International Space Station may be delayed until next year following discovery of a critical technical issue with the spacecraft while it was on the launch pad preparing to blast off.
*New study says Warp drive to remain science fiction
The idea of faster than light travel has been a key feature of science fiction for decades. It’s the “Given” needed to make most sci-fi stories work. After all, without warp drive Kirk and Picard could never boldly go where no one has gone before – and the Enterprise would take four and a half years just to reach Alpha Centauri.
*Vega’s second launch of the year
A Vega rocket has blasted off from the European Space Agency’s Kourou Space Port in French Guiana carrying the new Pleiades Neo 4 Earth observation satellite.
*The Science Report
New study shows that 2 to 3 days after first symptoms is when you’re most likely to pass on COVID.
A new study warns that extreme El Niño and La Niña events will become more common.
A new study has identified the 26 species of Australian frogs at greatest risk of extinction.
Paleontologists have identified two new species of giant sauropod dinosaurs.
*Skeptic's guide to how psychic crimes pay



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Sep 03, 2021
Ingenuity Completes its 12th Flight on Mars
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Sep 01, 2021
New Observations Say Saturn’s Core is Fuzzy
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 97
*New observations say Saturn’s core is fuzzy
A new study has concluded that Saturn’s core is a fuzzy diffuse soup of ice, rock, and metallic fluids rather than a solid ball of rock.
*Extraterrestrial radioactive isotopes discovered on Earth
Scientists are needing to rethink the possible origin of some of the heaviest elements on the periodic table following the discovery of plutonium-244 alongside radioactive iron-60 in oceanic crust.
*Moon mission delayed by at least a year
NASA’s hopes of sending humans back to the lunar surface in 2024 have just been dashed because of delays in the new spacesuits being developed for the mission.
*We’ve just had a Blue Moon – or did we?
In case you missed it – the full moon on Sunday, August 22nd was a "Blue Moon" according to the original - but not the most popular - definition of the term.
*The Science Report
July had gone down in history as the hottest month ever recorded on Earth.
A new study warns that vaping impacts your body from the very first drag.
Swiss researchers have set a new record for the famous mathematical constant Pi.
Skeptic's guide to phrenology and zombie science
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Aug 30, 2021
Red Dwarfs Less Harmful to Exoplanets than Previously Thought
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 96
*Red Dwarfs less harmful to exoplanets than previously thought
A new study suggests planets orbiting around red dwarf stars may be more habitable than previously thought.
*Space Station mishap worse than thought
Mission managers at NASA have revealed that the Russian module malfunction which sent the International Space Station out of control for 47 minutes, spun the orbiting outpost around on its axis one and a half times affecting communications and power collection.
*Rocket Lab launches US Space Force payload
Rocket lab has successfully launched a new mission for the United States Space Force. The mission was the first since a rocket failure two months ago.
*China’s busy launch schedule continues
China has launched a new military communications satellite – its fourth launch in a week.
*The Science Report
The Gulf stream losing stability.
The human race is now in a better position to eradicate COVID-19 than it was for polio.
Locally extinct western barred bandicoot returned to Sturt National Park.
New species of ancient crocodile uncovered in southern Chile.
Skeptic's guide to fake COVID jab certificates.

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Aug 24, 2021
Odds of Bennu Hitting the Earth Get Worse
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 95
*Odds of Bennu hitting the Earth get worse
A new study suggests the hazardous Near Earth Asteroid Bennu now has a one in 1,750 chance of slamming into the Earth between now the year 2300.
*Countdown to the Europa clipper mission
NASA’s Europa Clipper mission to the Jovian ice moon Europa may find evidence that fundamentally alters our understanding of the solar system.
*A major failure for India’s space program
An Indian GSLV rocket has failed to place a new weather satellite into orbit after an upper stage failed to ignite.
*Virgin Galactic reopens space tourism ticket sales
Virgin Galactic has reopened ticket says for space tourism flights aboard its winged rocket planes – but the price has skyrocketed from the original quarter million dollars up to a new starting price of around half a million dollars per seat.
*The Science Report
Growing ice loss in the Russian arctic.
COVID-19 may have knocked nine years off the average life spans.
PrEP may be changing the way people think about ‘safe sex’.
Faecal microbiota transplantation from young people to old people could counteract aging.
Alex on Tech is your smart phone spying on you?

The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 96
*Red Dwarfs less harmful to exoplanets than previously thought
A new study suggests planets orbiting around red dwarf stars may be more habitable than previously thought.
*Space Station mishap worse than thought
Mission managers at NASA have revealed that the Russian module malfunction which sent the International Space Station out of control for 47 minutes, spun the orbiting outpost around on its axis one and a half times affecting communications and power collection.
*Rocket Lab launches US Space Force payload
Rocket lab has successfully launched a new mission for the United States Space Force. The mission was the first since a rocket failure two months ago.
*China’s busy launch schedule continues
China has launched a new military communications satellite – its fourth launch in a week.
*The Science Report
The Gulf stream losing stability.
The human race is now in a better position to eradicate COVID-19 than it was for polio.
Locally extinct western barred bandicoot returned to Sturt National Park.
New species of ancient crocodile uncovered in southern Chile.
Skeptic's guide to fake COVID jab certificates.

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Aug 19, 2021
Mars Rover Comes up Empty Handed
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 94
*Mars rover comes up empty after first sample collection attempt
NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover mission managers are working out what to do next after their first attempt to collect a rock and regolith drill sample failed to get anything in to the sample tube.
*Earliest moments of supernova explosion captured for the first time
Astronomers have for the first time captured the first moments of a supernova – the explosive death of stars.
*SpaceX build the world’s biggest rocket -- briefly
SpaceX has briefly assembled the largest rocket ever made placing the SN20 Starship spacecraft on top of its super heavy booster – in the process creating a giant 122 metre tall launch vehicle – 13 metres higher than NASA’s mighty Saturn V Apollo moon rocket.
*Long distance Pizza delivery to the Space Station
The Cygnus NG-16 cargo ship has successfully docked onto the International Space Station carrying a precious cargo of pizza.
*The Science Report
Global warming reaches 1.1 degrees above pre-industrial levels.
Sicily have recorded what may be the highest temperature ever recorded in Europe.
Former COVID-19 patients given Pfizer get better antibody response.
Australia’s largest flying reptile.
The oldest known example of applied geometry.
Skeptic's guide to how underlying beliefs affect your judgement
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Aug 16, 2021
Software Failure Blamed for Loss of Space Station Control
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 93
*Software failure blamed for loss of space station control
The Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos has blamed software issues for the sudden thruster burn aboard Russia’s new Nauka Multipurpose Laboratory Module which sent the space station out of control for 47 minutes.
*Neutron Star Mountains
New models of neutron stars show that their tallest mountains may be only fractions of millimetres high, due to the huge gravity on the ultra-dense objects.
*First reconfigurable commercial satellite launched
The European Space Agency has launched one of its last Ariane 5 flights successfully placing two satellites into geostationary orbit.
*The Science Report
Self-isolation not enough to protect the most vulnerable from COVID.
New study warns COVID-19 infection might result in memory trouble.
Combining pesticides and herbicides pose a greater threat to bees than previously thought.
A new study shows that Australian women are having babies later in life.
Skeptic's guide to Australia’s most haunted road.

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Aug 13, 2021
Shortest Ever Gamma Ray Burst
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 92
*Shortest ever Gamma Ray Burst
Astronomers have discovered the shortest-ever gamma-ray burst. The huge blast identified as GRB 200826A was caused by the supernova implosion of a massive star in a distant galaxy – emitted 14 million times the energy released by the entire Milky Way galaxy in the space of just 0.65 seconds.
*Approval given for Australia’s second orbital launch site
The Australian Space Agency has granted a commercial space launch facility license to Southern Launch’s new Whalers Way launch complex 680 kilometres west of Adelaide.
*More delays for Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft
The critical Starliner Orbital Test Flight Two to the International Space Station has now been postponed indefinitely following more technical issues.
*The Science Report
AstraZeneca jab followed by a Pfizer or Moderna jab for the second shot may be more effective.
People who breach COVID-19 regulations are less open to new ideas and driven by self-interests.
How plastics are killing marine life.
Ancient bacteria and phages discovered in a Tibetan glacier.
Alex on Tech: Google's upcoming Pixel 6 and 6 Pro to feature the new Tensor CPU.
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Aug 11, 2021
Astronomers Zero In on Source of the Impactor that Wiped Out the Dinosaurs
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 91
*Astronomers zero in on source of the impactor that wiped out the dinosaurs
A new study claims the impactor believed to have wiped out and 75 percent of all life on Earth 66 million years ago including all the non-avian dinosaurs -- likely came from the outer half of the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
*Producing matter out of pure energy.
Scientists have directly converted pure light energy into matter in a single process for the first time.
The findings reported in the journal Physical Review Letters involved the creation of Electrons and their antimatter counter parts positrons -- by colliding quantum packets of photons – light particles.
*Discovery of a galactic stream of galaxy clusters
Astronomers have discovered a never-before-seen galaxy cluster with a black hole at its centre, travelling at high speed along an intergalactic road of matter.
*Solar Orbiter and BepiColombo making space history with double flyby of Venus
As we go to air tonight the European Space Agency is making space history with two of its space craft6 undertaking almost simultaneous flybys of the planet Venus.
*The Science Report
New US congressional report says COVID-19 leaked out of Chinese Government Wuhan Lab.
Wearing masks and social distancing even when vaccinated key to combat new COVID strains.
Rising sea levels may mean fewer eruptions from volcanic islands.
How slowing of the planet's rotation could have paved the way for life on Earth.
Skeptic's guide to low vaccination and low IQ.
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Aug 09, 2021
Ingenuity Scopes Out the Road Ahead on Mars
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 90
*Ingenuity scopes out the road ahead on Mars
Scientists studying NASA’s Mars Ingenuity helicopter’s ninth flight have revealed a spectacular landscape of dunes and ancient rocky outcrops spread across the dried river delta and lakebed of Jezero Crater.
*Dark matter slowing the spin of the Milky Way's central bar
A new study claims the rotation of the Milky Way's galactic bulge has slowed by about a quarter since its formation due to dark matter.
*New observations test the Standard Model of particle physics
Scientists with the world’s largest atom smasher – the Large Hadron Collider at CERN have observed the simultaneous creation of three massive W bosons for the first time.
*SkyWatch August
Coming up on August Skywatch we look at the red supergiant Antares, Barnard’s star – the second nearest star system to the Sun, and the annual Perseids meteor shower.

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Aug 06, 2021
New Map of the Milky Way’s Halo
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 89
*New map of the Milky Way’s halo
Astronomers have developed a new map of the galactic halo – the outermost region of our Milky Way galaxy.
*Mars Perseverance Rover ready to collect its first samples
NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover has laid the groundwork for the mission’s next major milestone – collecting its first samples from the red planet for eventual return to Earth.
*Norway treated to a spectacular meteor light show
Scientists scouring the forests and hill sides near the Norwegian capital of Oslo looking for the remains of a big meteor which blazed across the night sky illuminating much of southern Scandinavia.
*Oldest fossils of methane-cycling microbes discovered
Scientists have discovered the oldest known fossils of methane-cycling microbes.
*SpaceX wins NASA’s Europa Clipper launch contract.
NASA has selected SpaceX to launch its Europa Clipper mission to the Jovian system in 2024.
*The Science Report
How to identify long COCVID.
Warnings that that most of Australia’s 1300 threatened plant species aren’t being monitored.
Russia tests its new Zircon hypersonic cruise missile.
Claims excessive caffeine consumption could increase your risk of osteoporosis.
Alex on Tech: Apple releases its IOS 14.7 update to combat the highly successful Pegasus spyware.

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Aug 04, 2021
High Drama Aboard the International Space Station
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 88
*High drama aboard the International Space Station
The International Space Station is now stable again after Russia’s new Nauka Multipurpose Laboratory Module suddenly started firing its thrusters -- briefly sending the orbiting outpost out of control.
*Discovery of a molten core in Mars
New data from NASA’s Mars Insight lander has confirmed that the red planet’s core is still molten.
*A new instrument to help humans live on the Moon
Scientists hoping to identify lunar water ice deposits and lava tubes which could be used for lunar habitation have developed a new miniature ground penetrating radar for space flight.
*First evidence of water vapor on Jupiter's moon Ganymede
Evidence of water vapor has been detected in the atmosphere of Jupiter's largest moon Ganymede.
*Russia’s new stealth fighter
Russia has finally officially placed its new Sukhoi Su-75 Checkmate single engine stealth fighter on display for the world to see.
*The Science Report
Claims the Delta strain is more successful because infected people produce more of it.
Debate continues on the link between wind consumption and atrial fibrillation.
Australia’s multi billion dollar chickpea industry id being hit by a blight.
Study shows Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos teach each other how to open household wheelie bins.
Skeptic's guide to vaccine hesitancy.
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Aug 02, 2021
Small Impacts Churning up Europa’s Surface
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 87
*Small impacts churning up Europa’s surface
A new study claims small comet and meteoroid impacts on the Jovian ice moon Europa will make the search for any evidence of the signs of life beyond Earth far more difficult.
*ExoMars fails to detect any Martian biomarkers
The joint European Space Agency Roscosmos ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter has failed to detect any chemical biomarkers – potential signs of life in the Martian atmosphere.
*China tests new suborbital spaceplane
China says it has tested a prototype of a new reusable suborbital space plane.
*Space X launches 88 satellites including two space tugs
SpaceX has successfully launched its Transporter-2 rideshare mission with a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 88 small satellites into orbit.
*Astrophotography for beginners…
So, how hard is it to snap those stunning Astronomy images you see in the astronomy magazines and online.
*The Science Report
New warm COVID-19 vaccine suitable for remote and resource-limited locations a step closer.
Global risks of climate change and toxic pollution strongly linked.
Archaeologists discover 3,100-Year-Old jug bearing an ancient Jewish alphabetic inscription.
Russians’ complete tests of their new generation S-500 Prometheus air defence missile system.
Skeptic's guide to the pseudoscience of astrology

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Jul 30, 2021
Climate Change on Mars
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 86
*Climate change on Mars
NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover has been studying geologic evidence of massive ancient climate change on the red planet.
*Heavy metal found in comets
Astronomers have discovered iron and nickel in the atmospheres of comets throughout our Solar System, even those far from the Sun.
*India tests engines for its new manned spacecraft
India is continuing with plans to launch its first manned space craft on an unmanned test flight this year.
*China launches more spy satellites
China has launched another three Yaogan 30 signet electronic signals intelligence gathering spy satellites
*Israel plans a science mission to the Moon to help the world’s school kids
SpaceIL the non-profit Israeli initiative whose spacecraft crashed during a lunar landing attempt two years ago have secured enough funding to attempt a second Moon mission.
*The Science Report
A possible link between the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and facial paralysis.
Alcohol consumption was linked to more than 740,000 new cancer cases in 2020.
Just seven percent of your genome is uniquely shared with other humans.
Growing concerns over new syndrome killing rainbow Lorikeets.
Alex on Tech Samsung’s enormous 110 inches

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Jul 28, 2021
Australia’s Interstellar Laser Propulsion System
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 85
*Australia’s Interstellar laser propulsion system
Scientists with the Australian National University have designed a new laser powered propulsion system as part of the ambitious Breakthrough Starshot project to send a fleet of light sail spacecraft to explore the worlds of Alpha Centauri our nearest neighbouring star system
*The biggest comet ever seen becomes active
Astronomers have discovered the largest comet ever seen and it’s now become active.
*Hubble Space Telescope back on line
Nasa Hubble Space Telescope is back in service following marathon efforts to fix a computer crash that shut it down back on June 13.
*Starliner ready for launch
NASA and Boeing are hoping for better luck second time round as they prepare for the launch of the CST100 Starliner spacecraft on its second test flight.
*Blue Origin’s first space tourist flight
The world’s richest man Jeff Bezos has become the first billionaire to fly in space.
*The Science Report
A single dose of either the Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccine is less effective against the Delta strain.
It’s now been confirmed that China was behind Microsoft Exchange mail server cyber-attack.
New genetic glaucoma test 15 times better than existing tests.
A swarm of more than 141 earthquakes has rattled Yellowstone National Park.
Skeptic's guide to why pseudoscience survives and thrives.
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Jul 26, 2021
About That Toba Volcanic Eruption
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 84
*Claims the Toba volcanic eruption disrupted climate but not human evolution
A new study claims the biggest volcanic eruption in human history – Indonesia’s Toba eruption 74,000 years ago -- likely caused severe climate disruption but didn’t affect human evolution as much as thought.
*Why Comet Halley was a dumper in 86
It was billed as being an astronomical spectacular but for most people Comet Halley’s 1986 visit to the inner solar system failed to live up to expectations.
*Virgin Orbit carries out its third space flight of the year
Virgin Orbit has launched its second space mission in a month placing seven small satellites into orbit.
*The Science Report
Delta variant of COVID-19 survives in patients who have only been partially vaccinated.
The global cryosphere has shrunk by 87,000 square kilometres every year since 1979.
The growing problem of plastic pollution.
Growing levels of harmful antibiotic-resistant bacteria found in livestock.
Skeptic's guide to bad journalism and its link to flying saucers

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Jul 23, 2021
Earth Sized Rogue Planets Discovery
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 83
*Discovery of four Earth-sized rogue planets all alone in the night
A new study has found tantalising evidence for a mysterious population of “free-floating” so-called rogue planets -- planets that aren’t orbiting a host star.
*Cosmic filaments spinning in space
A new study has confirmed that the filaments which make up the cosmic web-like structure of the universe are spinning in space.
*China’s space program moves into high gear
China has ramped up its launch campaign as Beijing continues its build up to war with no less than three orbital missions in four days.
*The Science Report
Study claims symptomatic COVID-19 patients take 80 days to return to a normal heart rate.
The upper atmosphere contracting due to increasing greenhouse gas emissions.
The Large Hadron Collider measures lepton flavour universality.
Israel tests a prototype high-powered airborne laser to shoot down drones.
Alex on Tech: Microsoft's PrintNightmare computer vulnerability
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Jul 21, 2021
New Type of Ancient Massive Explosion Explains Mystery Star
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 82
*New type of ancient massive explosion explains mystery star
A massive explosion ten times more powerful than a supernova - known as a magneto-rotational hypernova -- could provide the power to produce one of the most mysterious stars in the galaxy.
*The Milky Way’s supermassive black hole has a snack
Astronomers have come up with two possibilities to explain a sudden outburst of activity from the Milky Way’s monster central black hole Sagittarius A*.
*Virgin Galactic’s fourth test flight
Virgin Galactic founder Sir Richard Branson has undertaken a successful sub orbital ballistic test light aboard the company’s VSS Unity rocket plane.
*Metal fatigue or micrometeor impact the likely cause of an ongoing leak aboard the International space station
An investigation by the Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos says the ongoing air leaks on the Zvezda module of the International Space station were most likely caused by either metal fatigue or micrometeor impact.
*The Science Report
A third of COVID-19 victims suffer long COVID.
Climate change is making heatwaves more likely.
A new species of iguanodon-like hadrosaur dinosaur discovered in Spain.
Beijing turning the disputed South China Sea into a cesspool of feces.
Skeptic's guide to intelligent design.
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Jul 19, 2021
The Mystery of the Martian South Pole
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 81
*The mystery of the Martian south pole
Scientists taking another look at data from the European Space Agency’s Mars Express orbiter have had a rethink about what they’re seeing under the Martian south pole.
*Mars helicopter most challenging flight yet
NASA’s Mars Ingenuity Helicopter has successfully completed its ninth and most challenging flight yet on the Red Planet.
*NASA’s exoplanet watch for citizen scientists
If you have access to a small backyard telescope and you want to help NASA -- they have a citizen scientist project for you.
*China launches five new satellites
China has launched another five spy satellites as it continues its build up towards war.
*The Science Report
New study confirms earlier reports that COVID-19 emerged in China on November 17 2019.
Scientists find an Antarctic lake has suddenly disappeared.
A new study has found that around two in every three Australians are now overweight or obese.
A new study claims day dreaming may simply be a sign that your brain is falling asleep.
Skeptic's guide to anti-maskers ready to start masking

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Jul 16, 2021
A Sign Of Life on Enceladus?
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 80
*Could mystery methane plumes discovered on Enceladus be a sign of life
A new study suggests that methane detected on the Saturnian ice moon Enceladus could be a sign of life.
*Plate tectonics on Venus
Astronomers may have finally detected evidence of plate tectonics on Venus.
*Earth hit by powerful X class solar flare
The Sun has emitted its first X-class solar flare of the new Solar Cycle 25. X class flares are the most powerful of all solar flare categories and are commonly responsible for the deepest radio blackouts and the most intense geomagnetic storms.
*Progress cargo ship docks with Space Station
A Russian Soyuz 2.1A rocket has successfully launched the 169th Progress cargo ship carrying almost two and a half tonnes of supplies to the International Space Station.
*The Science Report
A new record high temperature for the Antarctic of 18.3 degrees Celsius.
Lower levels of Ultraviolet B wavelength light has been linked with higher rates of bowel cancer.
Raytheon awarded a contract to develop a new air-launched, long-range cruise missile.
Huawei banned from Sweden’s 5g equipment rollout on grounds of national security.
Alex on Tech: Star Trek’s universal translator becomes reality.

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Jul 14, 2021
Discovery of a White Dwarf so Massive it Might Collapse
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The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 79
*Discovery of a White Dwarf so massive it might collapse
Astronomers have discovered the most massive white dwarf ever seen. The smouldering cinder, which formed when two smaller white dwarfs merged, is packing a mass greater than that of our Sun squeezed into an object about the size of our Moon.
*A new hypothesis to explain Mercury’s huge iron core
A new study claims that rather than being the result of a massive collision blasting away much of its mantle – Mercury’s proportionally massive core is simply the result of where the planet formed.
*Planet Earth’s hot new neighbour
Astronomers have discovered a new exoplanet in our part of the galactic neighbourhood.
*A final mission for the Cygnus 15 cargo ship
A Cygnus cargo ship has undocked from the International Space Station to launch a series of five satellites before ending its mission.
*The Science Report
A new study shows people will need to vaccinate to at least 85% to achieve herd immunity.
Night-owls have an increasing risk of obesity.
Australia’s oddest and most critically endangered species of fungus.
China is continuing its preparations for war -- building over a hundred new nuclear missile silos.
Skeptic's guide to the Falcon Lake UFO incident.
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Jul 12, 2021
Looking Back to the Cosmic Dawn
2550
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 78
*Looking back to the cosmic dawn
A new study claims the first stars began shining between 250 and 350 million years after the big bang 13.8 billion years ago.
*Hubble still off line as technicians struggle to fix it
The Hubble Space Telescope remains off line following a major onboard computer crash last month.
*One Web latest launch adds to Star links satellite pollution
A Russian Soyuz rocket has successfully placed 36 British One web internet broad band telecommunication satellites into orbit.
*Skywatch July
Planet Earth reaches aphelion, The constellation Sagittarius pointing to the heart of the Milky Way galaxy, and the Delta Aquariids and Alpha Capricornids meteor showers.

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Jul 09, 2021
The Earth has a Cycle of Geological Activity
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 77
*The Earth has a cycle of geological activity
A new study claims geologic activity on Earth appears to follow a 27.5-million-year cycle, giving the planet a pulse.
*New studies suggest Asteroid Psyche isn’t what scientists are expecting
The widely studied metallic asteroid known as 16 Psyche was long thought to be the exposed iron core of a small planet that was smashed apart during the earliest days of the solar system.
*Solving one mystery of Martian methane
Why do some science instruments detect the gas on the Red Planet while others don’t?
*More power for the International Space Station
Astronauts successfully install a new pair of solar panels on the International Space Station.
*The Science Report
New computer modelling shows the COVID-19 virus is most ideally adapted to infect humans.
A new human species which could be homo sapien’s closest relative yet.
267 million people worldwide now live on land at risk from sea-level rise.
A little milk chocolate every day may actually help the body burn fat and decrease blood sugar levels.
Alex on Tech: Microsoft new Windows 11
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Jul 07, 2021
National Intelligence UFO Report Inconclusive
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 76
*National Intelligence UFO Report inconclusive
Those American military UFO sightings are no closer to resolution with the official congressional intelligence report by the Pentagon failing to provide an explanation for most of the sightings.
View Full Report: https://www.dropbox.com/s/a6t0t7fk7d6qsfw/Prelimary-Assessment-UAP-20210625.pdf?dl=0
*Discovery of a new type of supernovae
Astronomers have discovered a new third type of supernova known as an electron-capture supernova.
*Searching for the hum of neutron stars
Scientists believe they can detect neutron stars through the gravitational waves they generate as they spin.
*A setback for Iran’s nuclear missile program
Iran is preparing for another missile test flight following a launch failure on June 12th. The June launch from the Imam Khomeini missile test center in Semnan province was detected by US space command satellites.
*The Science Report
Studies confirm link between mRNA COVID-19 vaccines and rare instances of heart inflammation.
Common artificial sweeteners found to cause previously healthy gut bacteria to become diseased.
New study says dinosaurs were already in decline for at least ten 10 million years before the asteroid.
Record-breaking heat waves cook western Canada.
Skeptic's guide to the psychic’s using google

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Jul 05, 2021
Possible Link
1945
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 75
*A possible link between the Sun’s solar cycle and La Nina weather patterns
A new study shows a correlation between the end of the Sun’s 11 year solar cycle and a switch from El Nino to La Nina conditions in the Pacific Ocean.
*Betelgeuse’s great dimming
A new study has confirmed that the mysterious sudden dimming of the red supergiant star Betelgeuse in late 2019 and early 2020 was caused by a dusty veil shading the star, which in turn was the result of a drop in surface temperature.
*Starliner’s next test flight slated for July
Boeing will make a second attempt to undertake an unmanned test flight of its new Starliner spacecraft next month.
*America’s new spy satellite
The U.S. Space Force has successfully launched a new spy satellite.
*The Science Report
No evidence supporting claims that vaccines could alter a person’s DNA.
Vitamin D deficiency may impair muscle function.
Coelacanths may live five times longer than previously thought.
Determining the origins of the Anglo Saxons.
Skeptic's guide to herbal weight-loss aids.

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Jul 02, 2021
Are Supermassive Black Holes Collapsed Dark Matter Halos?
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 74
*Are supermassive black holes collapsed dark matter halos
A new study suggests that supermassive black holes could be formed out of the collapse of dark matter halos.
*Sentinel’s ocean data starts flowing
After six months of check-out and calibration in orbit, the Sentinel-6A spacecraft has started providing its first data streams of the world’s oceans and how they’re being affected by global warming.
*Juno detects a new Jovian high energy radiation source
NASA’s Juno spacecraft has discovered a new heavy high energy radiation source in Jupiter’s radiation belts – which are already considered the most intense in the solar system.
*America launches three new spy satellites on a converted nuclear missile
NASA's Wallops Island Flight Facility on the Virginian mid Atlantic Coast has been a busy place of late with back to back rocket launches taking place.
*The Science Report
Study warns climate change is killing wildlife because when wild animals are hot, they eat less.
Researchers say drinking coffee may be good for your liver.
The world’s growing problem of microplastic pollution.
Study shows medium-sized dinosaur predators are wiped out from areas where T-Rex’s dominate.
Alex on Tech on the new TCL Wearable Display.
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Jun 30, 2021
Hubble Computer Crash
1686
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 73
*Hubble computer crash
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has dropped into safe mode following a major onboard computer crash.
*Southern Launch gets approval for its South Australian orbital launch complex
Southern Launch’s new Whaler’s Way orbital launch complex is a step closer to fruition with formal approval now given for construction to begin.
*New Oort Cloud object on its way
Astronomers have discovered a large Oort Cloud object -- several hundred kilometres wide – which is heading for the inner solar system.
*A new instrument to make one of the world’s biggest telescopes even better
Scientists are developing a new instrument for one of the world’s biggest telescopes that will allow it to peer even further back in space and time.
*The Science Report
New Study claims using Pfizer as the second shot after an initial AstraZeneca jab offers better protection.
UNESCO recommends the Great Barrier Reef be placed on an in danger list.
Bruce Pascoe’s controversial Dark Emu slammed by leading scientists.
A new study may have discovered why people are afraid of the dark.
Skeptic's guide to India’s strange humanoid creatures.

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Jun 28, 2021
A Third Mission Bound for Venus
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 72
*A third mission bound for Venus
The European Space agency has announced a new mission to study Venus. The EnVision orbiter will launch in the early 2030s to study Venus from its upper atmosphere down to its core o determine how and why Venus and Earth evolved so differently.
*Mars Perseverance rover on the move
NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover is continuing with its science mission searching for signs of past microbial life in Jezero Crater’s lake bed.
*China launches another spy satellite as it prepares for war
China has launched four more satellites including additional Earth observation satellites as Beijing continues its on going preparations for war.
*The Science Report
Unmasked speech in confined places found to be the main way COVID 19 spreads.
The devastating skin disease affecting dolphins caused by climate change.
The new WomBot designed to study wombat burrows.
Scientists have found that Earth’s deepest life scavenges on carbon.
Skeptic's guide to COVID-19 scams in India.
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Jun 25, 2021
A Big Step Forward
1604
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 71
*Another step in understanding the difference between matter and antimatter
Physicists using the world’s largest atom smasher the Large Hadron Collider at CERN have for the first time measured a difference in mass between matter and antimatter.
*Volcanic activity on Venus
An international team of researchers has found that some of the oldest terrain on Venus, known as tesserae, have layering consistent with volcanic activity.
*Scientists develop a model of the Milky Way’s central black hole
Astronomers using new observations have developed a model of the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy.
*The Science Report
How COVID-19 virus invades the deepest parts of your lungs.
Half the world’s rivers running dry at least once a year.
A new species of large prehistoric croc that once roamed south-east Queensland.
New ultra-high-density hard drives that store ten times more data.
Alex on Tech: Microsoft’s new Windows 11.
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Jun 23, 2021
An Update on those US Navy Tic Tac UFOs
2503
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 70
*An update on those US Navy Tic Tac UFOs
Last year the US Department of Defence formally released three navy videos showing encounters between US NAVY fighter jets and a series of unexplained aerial phenomena – what most people call UFOs. Since then, more similar vision has been made public by crew aboard two US NAVY warships. So what are they really – we give you the latest update.
*Studying the atmosphere of a brown dwarf
A new study of failed stars known as brown dwarfs suggest they have a layer cake like atmospheric structure.
*China’s new space station gets its first crew
China’s new Tiangong or heavenly palace space station has its first tenants – a team of three taikonauts who’ll spend the next 90 days setting up the orbiting outpost.
*The Science Report
NOVAVAX completes phase three trials of its new COVID-19 vaccine with stunning results.
A new study warns that cannabis use during teen years can alter brain development.
Bring back to life microbes that have been frozen for 24 thousand years.
The quantum microscope that can reveal biological structures that would otherwise be impossible to see.
Skeptic's guide to those recent US Navy UFO reports

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Jun 21, 2021
No Plate Tectonics on Venus
1451
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 69
*No plate tectonics on Venus
A new study claims Venus hasn’t had plate tectonics for at least 300 million and possibly more than a billion years.
*First X-rays from Uranus
Astronomers have detected X-rays from Uranus for the first time.
*Searching for the signatures of life on other worlds
Astronomers already know that that any search for life beyond Earth involves a search for water – because where there's liquid water there could be life. But water isn’t the only signature for life.
*SpaceX gets Sirius with the launch of a new digital radio satellite
SpaceX has successfully launched a new telecommunications satellite for SiriusXM in a spectacular night time launch.
*The Science Report
Arctic sea ice thinning faster than previously expected
Common arthritis drug effecting immune response to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Cholesterol levels linked to prostate cancer.
COVID-19 lockdowns reduce urban crime rates.
Skeptic's guide to psychic Googling.
 
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Jun 18, 2021
Rosetta Stone Eruption Could Help Explain Solar Explosions
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 68
*Rosetta Stone eruption could help explain solar explosions
A dramatic, multi-staged eruption on the Sun has revealed new clues that could help scientists solve the long-standing mystery of what causes the Sun’s powerful and unpredictable explosions.
*Juno’s close encounter with Ganymede
NASA’s Juno spacecraft has undertaken a close encounter with the Jovian moon Ganymede.
*Dream Chaser delayed till next year
Sierra Nevada’s Dream Chaser spaceplane which was slated to begin supply missions to the International Space Station in September this year – will now not begin operations until sometime in 2022.
*OneWeb’s planned mega constellation gets another 36 satellites
Despite the growing concerns of scientists a Russian Soyuz rocket has successfully placed another 36 British OneWeb internet broad band telecommunications satellites into low Earth orbit.
*The Science Report
Earth to breach the 1.5-Celsius warming mark within the next five years.
Study shows taking extra vitamin D won’t help protect you from the COVID-19 corona virus.
The first complete egg from Australia's smallest emu found on King Island.
Google allowing other people to read your private e-mails.
Alex on Tech checks out Apple’s new IOS-15 operating system.
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Jun 16, 2021
Abbot Point Selected for Orbital Launch FacilitL
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 67
*Abbot Point selected for orbital launch facility
Abbot Point on the North Queensland coast has been selected to host Gilmour Space Technologies new orbital launch complex.
*Is Earth's core lopsided? Strange goings-on in our planet's interior
A new study claims the Earth’s solid inner core is solidifying faster on one side than the other.
*OSIRIS Rex heading home
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is on its way back to Earth following a smooth on course departure from the potentially hazardous near Earth asteroid Bennu.
*China’s new generation weather satellite
China has sent the first of a new generation of meteorological satellites into geostationary orbit.
*The Science Report
Lake water oxygen levels declined by an average of 18 per cent.
Australia’s largest dinosaur – a new species of sauropod unearthed in south western Queensland.
United Airlines to purchase supersonic airliners from aerospace start-up Boom.
Microsoft obediently censoring Tiananmen Square Massacre images under instructions from China.
Skeptic's guide to more problems at the University of Wollongong.
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Jun 14, 2021
A New Study of the Distant Oort Cloud
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 66
*A new study of the distant Oort cloud
Astronomers have undertaken a new analysis of the Oort cloud – the sphere of some 100 billion comets and chunks of icy debris in interstellar space which is gravitationally bound to the Sun.
*Heavy metals found in comets for the first time
Two separate studies have found heavy metals in the atmospheres of comets.
*Ultraluminous X-ray sources retain their mystery
Astronomers studying a mysterious object known as an ultraluminous X-ray source. have detected unusual flaring activity.
*Flying Dragons in space
SpaceX has successfully launched a new supply mission to the International Space Station.
*The Science Report
Second hand smoke exposure as a child linked to a higher risk of ADHD symptoms.
People who get their news mostly through social media are less likely to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Scientists say what is now the world’s largest iceberg could be around for years.
Study claims the maximum possible age for humans could be between 120 - 150 years old.
Skeptic's guide to the Health Practitioners Regulation Agency review.
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Jun 11, 2021
Space Junk Collides with Space Station
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 65
*Space junk collides with space station
The International Space Station has been stuck by a piece of space debris which has left a hole in a section of the orbiting outpost’s robotic arm.
*The Most Precise Look at the Universe’s Evolution
The dark energy survey has released its first three years of data including observations of some 226 million galaxies covering over an eighth of the sky.
*NASA’s Viper Lunar rover
NASA has announced plans for a robotic lunar rover which will land on the Moon before the arrival of the first Artemis astronauts in 2024.
*Chinese supply ship docks to Beijing’s new space station
China has successfully docked a cargo ship loaded with supplies onto the Tianhe core module of Beijing’s new space station.
*The Science Report
Study shows three quarters of COVID-19 survivors end up with lingering symptoms.
The number of people consuming tobacco is increasing worldwide.
Paleontologists have identified a new species of hadrosaur Duck-Billed dinosaur in northern Mexico.
Russia is behind cyber-attacks targeting the Colonial gas pipeline and JBS meat processing operations.
Alex on Tech: the new cell phone that can be fully charged in just eight minutes.
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Jun 09, 2021
DAVINCI+ and VERITAS
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 64
*Two new missions to study Venus
NASA has selected two new missions to explore the planet Venus. The missions known as DAVINCI+ and VERITAS will help scientists better understand how Venus became the nearest thing to hell in our solar system.
*Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder’s first glimpse of the Galactic Plane
Astronomers have used the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder -- or ASKAP -- radio telescope array to develop the most detailed map yet of a portion of the galactic plane of the Milky Way.
*Mars Ingenuity experiences an inflight failure
NASA’s Mars ingenuity helicopter has experienced a major whoopsie – oscillating back and forth out of control until finally landing safely following its latest flight on the red planet.
*Solar eclipse on 10 June
An annular eclipse of the Sun will take place on 10 June, visible from Canada, Greenland, the Arctic Ocean and Siberia.
*The Science Report
Mixing AstraZeneca and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines found to produce a stronger immune response.
Scientists dump the 14 day restriction on human embryo experimentation.
Fresh concerns over Iran’s undeclared nuclear activities.
A new study shows men really do think with their --- well let’s just say it’s not their brains.
Skeptic's guide to Britain’s obsession with UFOs.
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Jun 07, 2021
Europa's Seafloor Volcanoes
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 63
*Jovian ice moon Europa could have Seafloor Volcanoes
New research shows volcanic activity may have occurred on the seafloor of Jupiter’s ice moon Europa in the recent past – and may still be happening today.
*NASA launches high altitude plasma experiment
NASA has launched a sounding rocket on a mission the better understand the interaction between charged particles from the Sun and those in near Earth space.
*Vandenberg Air Force Base renamed Space Force Base
The Vandenberg Air Force Base in California has been renamed Vandenberg Space Force Base.
*June Skywatch
The June solstice, the constellation Virgo, and the Taurids meteor shower are among the highlights of the June night skies.
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Jun 04, 2021
How and When the Milky Way Came Together
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 62
*New evidence of how and when the Milky Way came together
A new study shows that our Milky Way galaxy already had a significant stellar population of its own, when it collided with an orbiting satellite galaxy, known as Gaia-Enceladus – or the Gaia sausage -- about 10 billion years ago.
*Ten years of space station research into antimatter and cosmic rays
NASA’s anti-matter and cosmic ray detector aboard the International Space Station has passed a major mile stone celebrating ten years in orbit.
*Virgin Galactic undertakes its first successful test flight from New Mexico
Virgin Galactic has undertaken its first successful high altitude flight in more than two years, climbing to an altitude of 89 kilometres above the New Mexico desert.
*China launches a new ocean monitoring satellite
China has launched a new Earth Observation satellite designed to study Oceanography.
*The Science Report
Pfizer and Moderna vaccines found to offer immunity against a sub-types tearing through India
Claims the capabilities of cancer cells may come from reactivating pre-existing, dormant genes.
ExxonMobil using tobacco industry tactics to fight global warming claims.
A new study has found that night owls tend to send out more negative tweets than early birds.
Alex on Tech: record number of Australians move to very high speed plans.


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Jun 02, 2021
How We Now Think Galaxies Evolve
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 61
*New evidence changing how we think galaxies evolve
A new study has shown that galaxies like the Milky Way evolve gradually rather than through a series of violent collisions.
*The most ancient spiral galaxy ever seen
Scientists have found what may be the earliest Spiral Galaxy ever seen going back an amazing 12.4 billion years.
*More possible organic compounds found on Mars
Scientists using NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover have found what appear to be organic, carbon-containing salts.
*SpaceX launches its 1737th Starlink satellite
SpaceX has undertaken two more Starlink launches carrying another 102 broadband satellites into orbit.
*The Science Report
WHO says the real COVID-19 death toll could be 8 million.
The United States to investigate if COVID-19 leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Sea level rise estimates could be too low.
Human made greenhouse gases are causing the Earth’s stratosphere to shrink.
A new study has shown there are roughly 50 billion birds in the world.
Skeptic's guide to detecting fake science news
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May 31, 2021
Perseverance - The Science Begins
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 60
*Perseverance starts conducting science on Mars
NASA’s newest Mars rover has started its science mission searching for signs of past microbial life and studying the geology of the ancient lake bed of Jezero crater.
*New theory on How Mars got its moons
Scientists have come up with another new hypothesis to try to explain how Mars got its two moons Phobos and Deimos.
*First near miss for Starlink and Oneweb
OneWeb and Starlink have had their first close call with spacecraft from the two companies missing each other by just 57 metres.
*Vega returns to flight status
The European Space agency has successfully launched its first Vega rocket since last November’s multimillion dollar launch failure.
*The Science Report
Bipolar disorder found to have genetic links to schizophrenia and major depression.
New study finds 31% of dogs and 40% of cats tested positive to COVID-19.
A new species of ceratopsid or horned dinosaur has been identified in New Mexico.
Scientists sequence the genomes of two thousand year old Judean Date Palms.
Skeptic's guide to the growing anti science movement.
 
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May 28, 2021
A New Type of Aurora Discovered
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 59
*A new type of aurora discovered
Scientists looking through old videos have discovered a new type of Aurora called a called a diffuse auroral eraser.
*Mysterious supernova shedding light on the violent death of stars
A curiously yellow pre-supernova star has caused astrophysicists to re-evaluate what’s possible at the deaths of our Universe’s most massive stars.
*Defence formally establishes new Space Division
The Australian Defence Force has formally established its own space division with in the air force.
*The US launches a new early warning missile detection satellite
As tensions continue to grow in the middle east and with China, the United States has launched a new early warning missile detection satellite.
*The Science Report
More cases of people getting infected with COVID-19 despite already being fully vaccinated.
New study looks at the openness of gay generation Z and millennial teens.
Paleontologists describe a new species of mosasaur in Morocco.
Paralyzed man learns to communicate by thinking about writing out the words.
Alex on Tech: Samsung unveils its new tri-fold display smart phone.
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May 26, 2021
Volcanic Activity On Mars
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 58
*Volcanic activity on Mars
A new study claims there’s evidence of recent volcanic activity on Mars showing that eruptions could have taken place on the red planet within the past 50,000 years – which is present day in geological time.
*Red China rover lands on Mars
Following in the wake of America’s latest success with its Mars Perseverance rover which has now commenced science operations on the red planet’s Jezero Crater – China has now landed its own rover on Mars.
*Rocket lab launch failure
Rocket Lab has blamed a possible engine problem for the failure of its latest Electron mission.
The failure occurred during the ignition of the second stage of the Running Out Of Toes mission – the 20th for the company and the second failure in the past year.
*New nano thin radiation shielding
Scientists at have developed new ultra-thin nano materials that can reflect or transmit light on demand -- opening the door to technology that could help shield astronauts in space from harmful radiation.
*The Science Report
RNA from the COVID-19 virus could have found a way to insert itself into the human genome.
Drought and hot weather blamed for Australia’s infamous black summer bushfires
Paleontologists identify a new species of hadrosaur dinosaur in northern Mexico.
Requirements for increasingly complex website passwords leading to poor password security.
Skeptic's guide to the power of religion and faith in Australia.
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May 24, 2021
Our Moon - An Update
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 57
*A Lunar Crater Radio Telescope plan to Illuminate the Cosmic Dark Ages
NASA are looking at the idea of building a giant radio telescope in a crater on the far side of the Moon.
*New Lunar map ready for the return of humans to the Moon’s surface
Scientists have put together a detailed new geologic map of the Lunar South Pole region to help astronauts who are expected to be walking there with in the next three and a half years.
*Getting ready for the Super Moon Lunar Eclipse
If you’re in Australia, parts of the western United States, western South America, or in South-East Asia, you’ll get to witness a Supermoon total lunar eclipse on May the 26th.
*China launches more remote sensing satellites
China has launched nine satellites into orbit aboard a Long March-6 rocket from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province.
*The Science Report
Another seven people suspected of suffering blood clots caused by the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Vegetarians shown to have healthier levels of biomarkers that help prevent cancer and heart disease
Scientists discover that there are at least four distinct species of giraffe.
The oxygen rich liquid enema that could help some COVID-19 patients.
Skeptic's guide to pseudoscientific COVID-19 treatments in Iran.
 
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May 21, 2021
Blue Origin to Start Sending Tourists to Space in July
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 56
*Blue Origin to start sending tourists to space in July
Blue Origin will send its first people including at least one tourist to space on July 20.
*XMM-Newton helping to unravel the mystery of ultra-luminous X-ray sources.
A new study using the European Space Agency’s XMM-Newton space telescope may be on track to solving the mystery of so called ultra-luminous X-ray sources.
*A new deep space dish for the New Norcia ground station
The Australian Space Agency and its European counterpart have signed a deal to build a new 35-metre deep space antenna at the European Space Agency’s New Norcia ground station.
*China another spy satellite
China has launched another military spy satellite as it continues its build up for what Beijing describes as preparations for war.
*The Science Report
Loneliness associated with an increased risk of cancer
Air pollution found to impact the cognitive performance of men.
A quantum entanglement study has disproved the Heisenberg uncertainty principle.
Long-term spaceflight causing changes in the structure of astronaut’s eyes.
Alex on Tech: Intel launches its new 11th-generation Core H series processor.
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May 19, 2021
Have Astronomers Found Antimatter Stars?
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 55
*Have astronomers found antimatter stars
Astronomers have identified 14 potential candidate stars that -- just maybe – might be made out of antimatter rather than normal matter.
*Ingenuity and Perseverance head south on the Red Planet
NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter has completed its first one way flight above the surface of the red planet landing at a remote location 129 metres south of its take off point.
*Mapping the Milky Way’s galactic magnetic fields
Astronomers have created a 3D map of the magnetic field in a small wedge of the Milky Way galaxy.
*SpaceX successfully launches the same Falcon 9 rocket for the tenth time
SpaceX has carried out a successful tenth flight using the same Falcon 9 first stage booster with Elon Musk saying it’s showing very little wear.
*The Science Report
Fission reactions discovered smouldering away in the wreckage of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power plant.
A deadly new variant of COVID-19 devastates an already badly hit India.
The earliest known deliberate burial by modern humans.
Studies show people are consuming up to four milligrams of plastic for every 100 grams of rice they eat.
Skeptic's guide to Prince Philip’s interest in aliens and UFOs.
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May 17, 2021
Key Test for New Lunar Gateway Space Station
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 54
*Key test for new Lunar Gateway Space Station
NASA’s new Lunar Gateway space station has passed a key hot fire test of the main thrusters on its power and propulsion element module.
*Stratolaunch undertakes its second test flight
The Stratolaunch mothership has finally undertaken a second test flight – two years after the maiden flight first sent the giant twin fuselage six engine plane into the skies.
*60 more Starlink satellites placed into orbit
SpaceX has successfully launched its 25th Starlink mission placing another 60 Starlink broadband internet satellites into orbit.
*New German and Swedish intelligence agencies warnings about Iran’s growing nuclear ambitions
Security agencies in Germany and Sweden have warned of growing efforts by Iran to obtain the technology needed to build nuclear weapons.
*The Science Report
New study warns that sleeping less than six hours a night could put you at a higher risk of dementia.
Study shows Earth’s worst mass extinction event evolved much slower on land than in the sea.
New species of sauropod dinosaur identified in northern Chile.
Study claims human penises are shrinking and becoming malformed because of pollution.
Skeptic's guide to acupuncture.
 
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May 14, 2021
Determining the Age of Earth’s Continental Crust
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 53
*Determining the age of Earth’s Continental Crust
A new study claims Earth’s continental crust first emerged some 3.7 billion years ago.
*More funding to build the world’s biggest telescope
The Australian Government has provided another $387 million dollars in support funding for the Square kilometre array project to build the world’s largest radio telescope.
*A new Interstellar mission on the drawing board
NASA is looking at a major new mission explore interstellar space beyond the solar system by actually going there rather than just looking at it from near Earth space.
*A successful flight test for SpaceX Starship
SpaceX has performed a successful high altitude test flight of its latest Starship prototype in Texas.
*The Science Report
A new study warns that the Antarctic ice-sheets melting will lift sea levels higher than previously thought.
Chinese government hackers hit defence, aerospace and financial sector computer systems.
Australia to purchase additional Abrams battle tanks and Chinook helicopters.
New device converts body heat into electrical energy.
Alex on Tech: new report shows the past decade saw the most rapid technology change in history.
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May 12, 2021
Out of Control
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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 52
*Another out of control Chinese spacecraft crashes to Earth
The Earth has once again faced a major threat from an out of control Chinese spacecraft crashing back to the surface.
*Ingenuity begins a new demonstration phase on Mars
After beating all its technology demonstration parameters, NASA’s Mars Ingenuity helicopter will now begin a new phase of flight operations scouting out ahead of the Mars Perseverance rover searching for interesting geology and the best routes.
*Solving the mystery of the length of a day on Venus
Scientists have developed the most accurate measurement yet of the length of a day on Venus finding its 243.0226 Earth days.
*NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 returns safely to Earth
NASA’s SpaceX Dragon Crew-1 mission has splashed down safely in the Gulf of Mexico ending the first commercial crew program, long-duration mission aboard the International Space Station.
*The Science Report
The first study to determine how much the world’s glaciers have retreated because of climate change.
Scientists warn that invertebrates are declining globally in both diversity and abundance.
A new species of hadrosaur identified in Japan.
How your genes drive your desire for coffee.
Skeptic's guide to why news media covers science so badly


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May 10, 2021
China Launches its New Space Station
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 51
*China launches its new space station
China has successfully launched the first module of its new space station giving the communist part a permanent presence in space.
*MOXIE makes oxygen on Mars
An experiment aboard NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover has successfully produced oxygen out of the red planet’s thin carbon dioxide atmosphere.
*Carbon dioxide rich water found in ancient meteorite
Scientists have found water inclusions containing at least 15 percent carbon dioxide in an ancient meteorite.
*Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins dies aged 90
The world has paid tribute to Apollo 11 command module pilot astronaut Michael Collins who has passed away aged 90.
*May SkyWatch
The constellation Scorpius the Scorpion, the spectacular M4 globular cluster, and the Eta-Aquarids meteor shower are among the highlights of the May night skies.
 
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May 07, 2021
Climate Change Has Shifted the Axis of the Earth
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 50
*Climate Change has shifted the axis of the Earth
A new study claims glacial melting due to global warming was likely the cause of a shift in the movement of the Earth’s poles that occurred in the 1990s.
*What may be the nearest black hole to Earth
Astronomers have discovered what may be the nearest black hole to Earth, orbiting in a binary system with a nearby red giant called V723 Monocerotis.
*New dragon crew safely arrive at the space station
NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 has successfully docked with the International Space Station with the second commercial crew rotation mission.
*Top secret spy satellite launched
One of the world’s most powerful rockets – the Delta IV heavy has successfully launched a new American spy satellite into orbit.
*The Science Report
Increasing energetic ocean eddies may be affecting climate change.
More evidence that Tyrannosaurs roamed in packs.
Beijing’s social credit surveillance system now tracking people overseas.
New technology to reduce computer energy consumption.
Alex on Tech: Apple has finally launched its long-awaited iOS 14.5 update.
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May 05, 2021
A Record-Breaking Flare From Sun's Nearest Stellar Neighbour
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 49
*A record-breaking flare from Sun's nearest stellar neighbour
Astronomers have detected one of the most violent stellar flares ever recorded in the galaxy exploding out of Proxima Centauri the nearest star system to the Sun.
*More chopper flights on the red planet
NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter continues to set records, flying faster and farther in its latest test flights on the surface of the red planet.
*A new look at the story of the Pleiades seven sisters
Astronomers have taken a new look at the enigmatic Pleiades open star cluster and how its evolution fits in to human mythology.
*The pink supermoon
It sounds like something they used to do at midnight shift or studio 54 -- but we just had something the media are calling a pink super moon.
*The Science Report
A new subunit COVID-19 vaccine passes its early trials.
Study warns breathing second hand smoke increases your risk of getting oral cancer by 51 percent.
How fast can a T-rex run?
New study claims juvenile tyrannosaurs were faster than their parents
Skeptic's guide to shonky Epson salt cures.


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May 03, 2021
Big Win For SpaceX Starship
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 48
*SpaceX Starship to be the new lunar module
NASA has selected SpaceX to provide the lunar land landers that will carry crew and cargo between the Gateway space station and the Moon’s surface.
*The secret to Jupiter's strange aurora activity
New computer models suggest Jupiter’s spectacular auroral displays are unique in the solar system with a mix of different types of magnetic field lines.
*The mysteries of extremely luminous infrared galaxies
Astronomers have caught an extremely luminous infrared galaxy during a unique point in its evolution.
*Final hot fire test for one of the world’s most powerful rocket engines
The world's most powerful hydrogen-fueled rocket engine – the Aerojet Rocketdyne RS-68A has completed its final hot-fire acceptance test at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.
*The Science Report
A new study has confirmed that wearing two masks is better than one.
Tropical species already finding the ocean too warm and are fleeing to cooler waters.
Archaeologists have uncovered what may be to earliest ever known map.
The dangers of energy drinks.
Skeptic's guide to 15 things you didn't know about Bigfoot
 
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Apr 30, 2021
Why Russia Is Quitting the International Space Station
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 47
*Russia quits the International Space Station
Russia will withdraw from the International Space Station in 2025. The announcement by the head of its space programme comes in the wake of new space agreements between Russia and China and simmering tensions between Moscow and the west.
*Unwrapping a supermassive black hole
Astronomers have simultaneously focused 19 of the world’s most powerful telescopes on the M87 supermassive black hole to directly observe the monster at a range of different wavelengths.
*ESA’s Galileo satellite navigation system
More than two billion smartphones, with users worldwide are now making use of Europe's Galileo global satellite navigation system. The ten billion Euro project went live in 2016.
*Final unmanned flight for New Shephard
Blue Origin has carried out what may be the final unmanned test flight of its New Shepard launch system.
*The Science Report
Women taking probiotics, omega-3, and multivitamins testing positive for COVID-19 less frequently.
A new explanation for Melbourne’s 2016 thunderstorm asthma outbreak.
A new way to determine when a volcano is about to erupt.
New study shows that if you really want to viral on twitter -- go negative.
Claims Huawei has a back door to eavesdrop on some Dutch cell phone users.
Alex on Tech reports on Google misleading the public again.
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Apr 28, 2021
History Made
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 46
*History with the first flight of an aircraft on another world
NASA has made history with the first flight of an aircraft on another world. The United States space agency’s Mars Ingenuity rotorcraft successfully lifted off from the floor of the red planet’s Jezero Crater -- climbing to an altitude of ten metres – maintaining a stable hover for 30 seconds – and then safely landing again.
*The dead star that’s a sign of things to come
Astronomers have discovered their first pulsar using the Murchison Widefield Array radio telescope
Murchison is a precursor for the multi-billion-dollar Square Kilometre Array telescope project and researchers say this discovery is likely to be a sign of things to come.
*NASA’s SHIELDS mission to explore local interstellar space
A new NASA mission is about to study interstellar particles that have drifted into our solar system. The mission called the Spatial Heterodyne Interferometric Emission Line Dynamics Spectrometer -- or SHIELDS – is about to launch from the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico aboard a suborbital sounding rocket.
*Soyuz crew returns safely to Earth
Three members of the Expedition 64 crew has returned safely to Earth following half a year aboard the International Space Station. They had launched 185 days earlier on October 14 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in the central Asian republic of Kazakhstan.
*The Science Report
New studies looking at the risk of blood clotting following COVID-19 infection.
Scientists successfully grow human primate hybrid chimeric embryos.
Archaeologists discover a 3,300-year-old lost city in Egypt’s southern province of Luxor.
The public encouraged to cut through loops or rings of any size before disposing of them in their trash.
Skeptic's guide to fake treatments for kids with autism.
  
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Apr 26, 2021
X-Ray Blasts Discovered Being Emitted by the Crab Pulsar
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 45
*X-ray blasts discovered being emitted by the crab pulsar
Astronomers studying the pulsar at the heart of the famous crab nebula have discovered blasts of X-ray are being emitted when the pulsar experiences a sudden glitch called a giant radio pulses.
*How much extraterrestrial dust falls on Earth each year
A new study has calculated that some 5200 tonnes of space dust falls on to the Earth every year.
*China’s latest top secret rocket launch
China has launched another classified spy satellite into orbit.
*The Science Report
A third of kids hospitalized with COIVID-19 develop a severe form of the disease.
Australia’s black summer bushfires caused stratosphere temperatures to increase.
Scientists claim no single factor behind Australia’s megafauna extinction.
How many T-Rex’s were there?
Skeptic's guide to spotting someone trying to mislead you about science.
 
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Apr 23, 2021
Mars Did Not Dry Up All at Once
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 44
*Mars did not dry up all at once
A new study shows that Mars didn’t lose its water all at once, but over a series of wetter and dryer periods ending about three billion years ago.
*Space junk conference
The European Space Agency is currently hosting the 8th European Conference on Space Debris in Darmstadt, Germany.
*Starlink 24 launch
SpaceX has launched its 24th Starlink mission carrying 60 more broadband satellites into orbit.
 *The Science Report
Studies confirm kids are less likely to spread SARS-CoV-2.
Growing concerns about West Antarctica’s Thwaites Doomsday Glacier.
Canberra to purchase additional P-8A Poseidon maritime surveillance aircraft.
New study claims drinking beetroot juice is good for improving vascular and cognitive health.
Alex on Tech: Australians spending up to six hours a day on their smart phones.
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Apr 21, 2021
NASA Delays Mars Helicopter Flight
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 43
*NASA delays Mars helicopter flight
NASA has been forced to postponed the first flight of its Mars helicopter Ingenuity because of a software issue.
*Growing evidence for new physics beyond the standard model
The first results from the Muon g-2 experiment at the U.S. Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Fermilab have supported earlier observations that muons aren’t behaving in the way predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics.
*Understanding the astronomy of the ancients
A new study confirmed that circular standing stone monuments like Stonehenge were constructed to observe the cycle of celestial events.
*Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft launch
It’s been a busy time on the International Space Station with the arrival of three new Expedition 65 crew members aboard their Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft -- temporarily bringing the orbiting outposts compliment to ten – at least until three of the previous expedition 64 crew departed aboard their own Soyuz capsule for the return journey to Earth.
*The Science Report
More details on why adenovirus viral vector vaccines are being restricted.
Global atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations reach a record of 417.14 parts per million.
Iran continues to breach its nuclear weapons deal.
Paleontologists discover fossils of a new species of hadrosaur dinosaur.
Skeptic's guide to anti-electromagnetic radiation pill scam


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Apr 19, 2021
Two Sizable Mars Quakes Detected on the Red Planet
1242
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 42
*Two Sizable Mars quakes detected on the red planet
NASA’s Insight lander has just detected two significant Marsquakes on the red planet.
*Could red dwarf exoplanet harbour life after all?
A new study claims scientists shouldn’t be so quick to rule out the possibility of life on Earth like exoplanets orbiting in the habitable zones of red dwarf stars.
*Moscow’s big lift: launching 38 satellites from 18 countries in one go
Russia has successfully placed 38 satellites from 18 countries into orbit on a single rocket.
*The Science Report
Taking another look at the Australian COVID-19 vaccine developed by The University of Queensland.
Coastal waters off New South Wales warming up at three times the global average.
A new study warns that less than a fifth of the African elephant habitat remains.
Men and women’s brains not all that different after all.
Skeptic's guide to the Canterbury Plains Panther.
 
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Apr 16, 2021
Could There Be Parts of Another Planet Inside the Earth?
1392
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 41
*Could there be parts of another planet inside the Earth?
A new hypothesis claims large parts of the planet Theia may still be present buried deep in the Earth’s mantle.
*The anatomy of a Nova explosion
Astronomers have gathered their best ever observations of a spectacular stellar explosion called a nova.
*China gears up for war launching another spy satellite
China is continuing its military build-up with the launch of another spy satellite.
*The Science Report
A new study suggests that older people have a greater risk of getting COVID-19 twice.
Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier could cross tipping points with consequences for global sea levels.
Why people with red hair have a different pain threshold.
Archaeologists describe a stunning collection of Arnhem Land rock art images.
Alex on Tech looks at Facebooks sloppy security with your personal details.


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Apr 14, 2021
Confirmation of How the Universe Evolved
1713
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 40
*Confirmation of how the universe evolved
Astronomers have discovered that much of the universe’s missing normal matter has been hiding in plain sight in the cosmic web.
*OSIRIS-REx's final asteroid observation run
NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has undertaken its final flyover the half kilometre wide asteroid Bennu passing just 3.7 kilometres above the alien world’s rugged rock strewn surface.
*Jupiter’s Great Red Spot still raging
Jupiter’s great red spot continues to shrink but it’s not giving up yet.
*The Science Report
Australia recommending people under 50 be given the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine rather than AstraZeneca.
Autism to be far more common than previously thought.
Nature's strongest material now has some stiff man made competition.
Just in time for Passover and Easter comes a new study looking at Australian spiritual beliefs.
Skeptic's guide to the irony of a coronavirus skeptic dying from Corona virus.


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Apr 12, 2021
Ocean Currents Predicted on Enceladus
1701
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 39
*Ocean currents predicted on Enceladus
A new study claims ocean currents are churning the sub surface seas of the Saturnian ice moon Enceladus.
*SpaceX SN11 test ends in another explosive failure
They say space is hard and the latest SpaceX Starship test flight has once again proven how true it is.
*Southern Launch granted space licence
Following two test flights last year Southern Launch has become the first private Australian company to secure a Launch Facility Licence from the Australian Space Agency.
*Another 60 Starlink satellites launched
SpaceX has launched its 23rd cluster of Starlink broadband communications satellites.
*The Science Report
White button mushrooms could slow the progression of prostate cancer.
Critically endangered regent honeyeater losing its song culture due to rapidly declining population.
China doubles the number of endangered species on its list.
One in five Australians no longer interested in politics.
Skeptic's guide to the problem with Mullumbimby’s hippie culture.
 
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Apr 09, 2021
Safe - For Now
1748
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 38
*Planet Earth safe from the asteroid Apophis for at least the next hundred years
Astronomers have now ruled out the possibility of the asteroid Apophis slamming into the Earth in 2068.
*Discovery of a nearby super Earth
Astronomers have discovered a super Earth exoplanet orbiting a star just 36 light years away.
*Gilmour Space to launch Fleet satellites
Gold Coast company Gilmour Space have signed a contract to launch six Fleet Space Technologies satellites aboard their Eris rocket in 2023.
*Russia launches 36 OneWeb satellites
The Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos has launched 36 new One Web internet satellites into orbit.
*The Science Report
Climate change turning Australia’s temperate coastal waters tropical.
Palaeontologists have discovered a new theropod dinosaur in Argentina.
Using 5G technology to directly power electronic devices.
New study shows that like humans -- octopuses sleep in two stages.
Alex on Tech: Australia’s nine media network hit by a major cyber-attack.


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Apr 07, 2021
Earth’s First Supercontinent
1852
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 37
*Earth’s first supercontinent
A new study suggests Pangea was simply the latest of approximately three supercontinents that formed on the Earth’s surface and that they all formed with in the last two billion years.
*NASA Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Prepares for First Flight
Mars 2020 mission managers say their Ingenuity helicopter should be ready for its maiden flight within the next few days.
*Virgin Galactic unveils its first SpaceShip III
Virgin Galactic has rolled out its newest spacecraft – the first so called Spaceship III variant – officially named VSS Imagine.
*US Strategic commands cryptic tweet
Often described as the dunny door of social media Twitter looked like things were getting a lot more serious the other day when the official twitter account of the United States Strategic Command -- which runs the country's powerful nuclear weapons force suddenly tweeted what looked like a cryptic code.
*The Science Report
Scientists have discovered a new type of immune system T Cells.
Record high temperatures in the Russian Arctic.
A new way to dramatically increase the power storage capacity of Lithium-ion batteries.
The remains of an extinct species of Tree-Climbing Kangaroo discovered on the Nullarbor Plain.
Skeptic's guide to QAnon


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Apr 05, 2021
Is the Nearest Star Cluster to the Sun being Destroyed by Dark Matter?
2429
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 36
*Is the nearest star cluster to the Sun being destroyed by dark matter?
Data from the European Space Agency’s Gaia star mapping satellite has revealed tantalising evidence that the Hyades open star cluster -- the nearest star cluster to the Sun -- is being destroyed by the gravitational influence of a massive but unseen structure in our galaxy.
*More air leaks in the Russian section of the space station
The crew aboard the International Space Station have once again resorted to using tea leaves to try and find more air leaks in the Russian Zvezda module.
*Starlink reaches over 1300 satellites
SpaceX has launched another 60 Starlink satellites as it continues to build its record setting broadband constellation.
*April Skywatch
The star nearest the Sun, The Southern Cross, and the Lyrids meteor shower.
 
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Apr 02, 2021
Scientists Determine the Size of the Martian Core
1299
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
Series 24 Episode 35
*Scientists determine the size of the Martian core
Seismic data collected by NASA's Mars Insight lander suggests the red planet’s core is about half the size of the Earth’s.
*Searching for signs of Martian life in outback Australia
NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover is continuing its final checks following its successful touch down on the surface of the red planet.
*Kilometre wide asteroid zooms past Earth
An asteroid almost a kilometre wide has made its closest approach to Earth passing some two million kilometres from the planet’s surface.
*The Science Report
Exposure to artificial light linked to teen sleep, mood and anxiety disorders.
A new study shows young adults are having less sex these days.
Australia’s black summer bushfires pumped as much smoke into the stratosphere as a volcanic eruption.
Archaeologists discover 10,500 year old preserved large woven basket and dead sea scroll fragments.
Alex on Tech the inventor of the compact cassette passes away. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/spacetime.
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Mar 31, 2021
New Images Reveal Magnetic Structures Near a Supermassive Black Hole
2069
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 34
*New images reveal magnetic structures near a supermassive black hole
The Event Horizon Telescope collaboration, which produced the first ever image of a black hole has now released a new image detailing the powerful magnetic fields generated by the supermassive black hole.
*A cosmic jellyfish in the distant universe
Astronomers have discovered a spectacular cloud of plasma in a distant cluster of galaxies being ignited by passing shockwaves.
*New results challenge the Standard Model of particle physics
Scientists at CERN have found some intriguing results that potentially can’t be explained by science’s current understanding of the laws of physics.
*Rocket Lab launches revolutionary new Australian satellite
Rocket Lab has successfully launched its 19th Electron mission which included the deployment of its 100th satellite payload.
*The Science Report
The Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is ineffective against the South African strain of COVID-19.
Overuse of computers and smartphones linked to behavioural problems in kids by the age of five.
Finnish authorities link a major cyber-attack to a Chinese government hacker group.
A regular afternoon nap linked to improved mental agility.
Skeptic's guide to getting the COVID jab.


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Mar 29, 2021
A Gigantic Jet From the Early Universe
1396
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 33
*A gigantic jet from the early universe
Astronomers have discovered one of the biggest quasars ever seen in the early universe.
*The planet with two atmospheres
Astronomers have found a planet orbiting a distant star that appears to have lost its atmosphere – only to have gained a new one through volcanic activity.
*New Chinese rocket launches top secret satellite
It was a case of second time lucky for China’s new Long March 7A rocket successfully carrying classified satellite in to orbit.
*Photographing the space station
Jonathan Nally editor of Australian Sky and Telescope Magazine explains how to image the International Space Station.
*The Science Report
Scientists may have found a switch associated with the spreading of prostate cancers.
Study shows people with college educations live longer.
The next big thing in electronic communications could be your favourite jacket.
North Korea using cyber-attacks to steal more than $316 million dollars in cryptocurrencies
Skeptic's guide to ghost busters vs the exorcist.
 
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Mar 26, 2021
The Discovery of Fast Radio Bursts Dating Back Ten Billion Years
1867
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 32
*The discovery of Fast Radio bursts dating back ten billion years
Astronomers have detected three of the most distant Fast Radio Bursts ever observed.
*Have astronomers discovered hypothetical Boson Stars
A team of scientists claim that the heaviest black hole collision ever observed may have been something even more mysterious: the merger of two so called boson stars.
*NASA’s new Moon rocket passes a major milestone
NASA has just completed a successful test firing of the core stage of its new SLS Moon rocket. The 8 minute and 19 second hot fire main engine burn in the B-2 test stand at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi is a critical milestone ahead of the Artemis I mission slated for November.
*The Science Report
Why some otherwise healthy people develop life-threatening COVID-19 symptoms.
Neanderthals might have died out in Europe far earlier than thought.
Using facial recognition to pay your bills.
Geologists identify a new mineral.
Alex on Tech: The TGA approves new medical apps for smart watches. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/spacetime.
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Mar 24, 2021
Count Down for Australia’s Return to Orbit
1777
The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 31
*Count down for Australia’s return to orbit
If all goes according to plan -- in almost exactly a year from now Australia will officially become a space-faring nation – again.
*Interstellar visitors are more common than thought
A new study suggests around seven interstellar visitors pass through our solar system every year.
*Hubble emergency shutdown
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is back online after suddenly shutting down last week due to a software error in the orbiting observatory’s main computer.
*Discovering a monster on the move
Astronomers have discovered a supermassive black hole moving through the universe.
*The Science Report
Ethical controversy erupts as scientists generate a model of a human embryo from human skin cells.
U.K. variant of the COVID-19 coronavirus is linked to an increased risk of death.
New clues as to how life might have started on Earth.
Palaeontologists discover the world’s first example of a fossilized dinosaur sitting on a nest of eggs.
Skeptic's guide to the Dyatlov Pass incident


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Mar 22, 2021
Material Crucial for Life Discovered on Asteroid Itokawa
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The Astronomy, Technology and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 24 Episode 30
*Organic material crucial for life discovered on the asteroid Itokawa
Scientists have found water and organic material on the surface of a sample from the asteroid Itokawa.
*A journey through the Main asteroid belt
The main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter is a torus-shaped region occupied by hundreds of thousands of asteroids, meteoroids and rocky debris ranging in size from the 950-kilometre-wide dwarf planet Ceres down to grains of dust.
*1200 Starlink satellites now in orbit.
SpaceX has successfully launched its 20th Starlink mission carrying another 60 of the communications satellites into orbit.
*The Science Report
People diagnosed with ADHD in childhood were more likely to develop a psychotic disorder later.
Chinese government-sponsored hacking groups targeting security flaws in email services.
Paleontologists discover the fossilized remains of a 20-metre-long titanosaur dinosaur in Argentina.
A new study claims night owls may be twice as likely as early birds to underperform at work.
Skeptic's guide to the KGB’s parapsychology experiments


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