Space news this week: In-space servicing for satellites, OneWeb and Bigelow fold thanks to Corona, Space Force launches its first mission, balloons to space, and loads more... ,29 Mar 2020, 22:58 UTC
Learn the ins and outs of pseudoscience, and debunking it: Read 'Escaping The Rabbit Hole' here.Want to support the future science and engineering? You can do so through one of these charities:Skeptoid mediaThe Association for Science EducationThe Smallpiece TrustSATROArkwright Engineering ScholarshipsLabAidThe Space FoundationFirst: A message from The Doctor: Incoming message... #DoctorWho pic.twitter.com/lTXziuzWVQ— Doctor Who on BBC America (@DoctorWho_BBCA) March 25, 2020Pick o' the podcastsMain Engine Cut Off : In space servicing--the next big thing in space industry? Astronomycast: White dwarf mergersFrom the video storeNASAspaceflight.com, a new space news channel:Atlas rocket launches its first satellite for U. S. SpaceForceSea Dragon: The largest rocket that never flew:Starship SN3 nears completionHow much do rockets pollute? Reading materialSpaceX nets contract to supply NASA's lunar space stationSpaceX competitor OneWeb falls victim to Corona virus market instabilitySee moon-sized storms merge on JupiterBigelow aerospace folds, citing a 'perfect storm' of problems including coronavirus. Firefly aerospace: Delivery service to the Moon. J. P Aerospace: Balloons to orbit?