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This week in space news: Ten years of the Sun's activity, BAME scientists and engineers, comet NEOWISE and loads more...

17 Jul 2020, 23:14 UTC
This week in space news: Ten years of the Sun's activity, BAME scientists and engineers, comet NEOWISE 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:Black and British Professionals in STEMSkeptoid mediaThe Association for Science EducationThe Smallpiece TrustSATROArkwright Engineering ScholarshipsLabAidThe Space FoundationPick o' the podcasts:Main Engine cut-off: An Announcement, and a Check-in on International Space Policy and NSSL Phase 2Planetary Radio double header:From the Video store:New animated Star Trek series...Massive Saharan dust plume crosses the Atlantic... Ten years of the Sun in 1 hourEarth from space: Utah's great salt lakeReading material:BAME physicists and engineers: An underappreciated legacyIndependent study says the U.S.A.F should support three launch providersCountry sized mini-flares on the SunThe moon is younger than we thoughtComet NEOWISE stuns astronomersNASA teases VERITAS, a mission to VenusShooting Star: An un-crewed orbital outpostMotors developed for ISS improve prosthetic limbsSiberian fires seen filling air with smoke

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