Best Evidence Yet for Intermediate-sized Black Holes

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gay Series 23 Episode 30

*Best evidence yet for intermediate-sized black holes.

Astronomers have their best evidence yet for the existence of intermediate-sized black holes -- a long sort after missing link in black hole observations.


*A new planetary defense mission to smash an asteroid

The European Space Agency and NASA are teaming up for a mission to smash into as asteroid as part of a planetary defense test.


*Solar wind is slowing beyond Pluto

New measurements by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has confirmed earlier data showing that the solar wind – the supersonic stream of charged particles emitted by the Sun – slows down the further away it gets.


*First launch for the new U.S. Space Force

The United Launch alliance has carried out its first mission for the newly constituted United States Space Force launching the sixth Advanced Extremely High Frequency- or AEHF satellite aboard an Atlas V rocket.


*The Science Report

Claims that some COVID-19 patients who appear to have cleared the virus may still be harbouring it.

Evidence that Beijing’s coverup of COVID-19 allowed it to stockpile medical supplies from other countries.

East and West Antarctic ice sheets losing mass at unprecedented rates.

While they can't pick out precise numbers, animals can comprehend that more is, well, more!

COVID-19 What’s in a name.


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