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This week in space news: An asteroid strike definitely whacked the dinosaurs, International Space Station crosses the Sun, a gap in the universe and loads more...

4 Jul 2020, 22:21 UTC
This week in space news: An asteroid strike definitely whacked the dinosaurs, International Space Station crosses the Sun, a gap in the universe and loads 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 of 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:Planetary Radio: A trillion dollar space economy?Weekly space hangout: Main Engine Cut Off: Grant Bonin, SVP of Business Development at SpaceflightMain Engine Cut Off: Suborbital Crew, Virgin Galactic to ISSOff Nominal: OG LIGOFrom the video store:Korolev crater on Mars, full of ice...International Space Station crosses the SunStrange galaxy...SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches an improved GPS satelliteA map of the nearest 'gap in the universe'......how it came to be... ...and what it tells us about the universe. Reading material:An asteroid strike definitely whacked the dinosaursMassive, ancient magnetic fields permeate the universeThe man buried on the Moon...UK government invests £200 million in OneWebTiny, simple, rovers to open up the MoonSatellites flying in front of the SunTips on taking pictures of satellites and spacecraft

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