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The week in space news: An interview with Richard Garriott, lunar water mysteries, a second satellite servicing mission is set to launch, and lots about Mars...

2 Aug 2020, 00:05 UTC
The week in space news: An interview with Richard Garriott, lunar water mysteries, a second satellite servicing mission is set to launch, and lots about Mars...
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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:Time to eat the dogs: Ruling the savage peripheryMain Engine Cutoff: An interview with Phillip Hargrove of NASA's Launch Services ProgramOff Nominal: Well Within The Kill Zone:Spacepod: Three lunar water mysteriesPlanetary Radio: Hope leads the way to Mars:From the video store:Test fire of SpaceX's new super-heavy lift rocket:What we know about Russia's in-space anti-satellite weapon Ride along with a Soyuz spacecraft as it docks with the ISSNASA launches Perseverance rover to Mars:Reading material:Dormant microbes revived after 100,000,000 years?Could cosmic radiation make the Martian sub-surface habitable?Rocket Labs pinpoint electrical problems as source of launch failure.Mission Extension Vehicles Validate New Satellite Lifeline in Orbit....and a second one is set to launch this week'Breathing' electric engine will help satellites operate closer to Earth.Radishes may grow on lunar soilThe Moon is an ideal spot for a gravitational wave observatorySome planetesimals evolved like planetsCould some asteroids be from other star systems?Aerographite: A low cost ...

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