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This week in space news: Stratosphere tourism, beamed space solar power being tested, asteroid strike may have wiped out ancient Syrian village and loads more...

19 Jun 2020, 23:27 UTC
This week in space news: Stratosphere tourism, beamed space solar power being tested, asteroid strike may have wiped out ancient Syrian village and loads more...
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Pick o' the podcastsMain Engine Cut-Off: Lueders Leads HEO, Northrop Grumman Awarded HALO Contract Planetary Radio: A year ago of solar sailing365 Days Of Astronomy Podcast: Ancient depictions of Andromeda From the video store:Balloon tourist flights to the stratosphere could soon be a thing The U.S. Navy is Testing Beaming Solar Power in Space Weekly Space Hangout: June 17, 2020 — Dana Backman, Director of NASA Airborne Astronomy AmbassadorsReading material:As many as six billion Earth-like planets in our galaxy, according to new estimates Research sheds new light on intelligent life existing across the Galaxy Astronomers detect regular rhythm of radio waves, with origins unknown The 'ring of fire' solar eclipse of 2020 occurs Sunday. Here's how to watch online Asteroid strike may have wiped out Syrian village At long last, mission to Neptune has decent chance of selection Dark matter hunt yields unexplained signal Giant space chamber installed in Oxfordshire Breathtaking new map of the X-ray Universe Scottish space race begins...

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