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This week in space news: How space industries are weathering coronavirus, 5 ways to stop an asteroid, SpaceX launches another 60 satellites, more business for in space servicing missions, and a lot more...

26 Apr 2020, 01:16 UTC
This week in space news: How space industries are weathering coronavirus, 5 ways to stop an asteroid, SpaceX launches another 60 satellites,  more business for in space servicing missions, and a lot more...
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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 FoundationPick o' the podcasts:Time To Eat The Dogs: How NASA plans big missionsMain Engine Cutoff: How space industries are weathering the pandemic. Random Space Facts: 5 steps to stopping an asteroid365 Days Of Astronomy: Where's the wildest weather in solar system? From the video store:Dr Who actors pay tribute to real life doctors. SpaceX launches another 60 Internet satellites... ... which are visible from the ISS... ... as well as around the world. A new kind of Aurora has been discovered:Reading material:USAF challenge: Hack our satellite. Possible further business for satellite servicing vehiclesIran launches its first military satelliteSpace resource firm Origin Space sign deal for space telescopeCrew Dragon will launch on May 27thRussian freighter reaches ISS carrying 3 tons of suppliesComet Atlas falls apart.Earth from space: Uruguay

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