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This week in space news:Jupiter revealed, bizarre Martian weather, commercial space station by Axiom, mounds of Parker Solar Probe discoveries and lots, lots more...

8 Feb 2020, 00:05 UTC
This week in space news:Jupiter revealed, bizarre Martian weather, commercial space station by Axiom, mounds of Parker Solar Probe discoveries and lots, lots 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 media The Association for Science Education The Smallpiece Trust SATRO Arkwright Engineering Scholarships LabAidPick o' the podcasts:Planetary Radio: Jupiter revealedSpacepod podcast: Undersea grippers and in-space assemblyWe Martians: Martian dust towers - a unique weather phenomena.From the video store:New pattern of Aurora discoveredWhat would we see if the oceans were drained? Footage of Virgin Galactic's White Knight TwoHuge meteor explodes over DerbyAxiom space will be building a commercial ISS extension / space station - see their plans here.Arianespace launches 34 OneWeb internet satellites on a single launch.Reading material:Microbes build their own biosphere from oil and saltwater, trapped inside iceA slew of new data on the Sun from the Parker solar probe (papers here) SpaceX may test mega rocket as soon as MarchRobotic arm to be sent to work the Moon Assembler robots may be sent to the MoonBoeing's Starliner may need a second test flight Blue Origin's Moon lander to be tested by airforce

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