High Drama Aboard the International Space Station

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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 88
*High drama aboard the International Space Station
The International Space Station is now stable again after Russia’s new Nauka Multipurpose Laboratory Module suddenly started firing its thrusters -- briefly sending the orbiting outpost out of control.
*Discovery of a molten core in Mars
New data from NASA’s Mars Insight lander has confirmed that the red planet’s core is still molten.
*A new instrument to help humans live on the Moon
Scientists hoping to identify lunar water ice deposits and lava tubes which could be used for lunar habitation have developed a new miniature ground penetrating radar for space flight.
*First evidence of water vapor on Jupiter's moon Ganymede
Evidence of water vapor has been detected in the atmosphere of Jupiter's largest moon Ganymede.
*Russia’s new stealth fighter
Russia has finally officially placed its new Sukhoi Su-75 Checkmate single engine stealth fighter on display for the world to see.
*The Science Report
Claims the Delta strain is more successful because infected people produce more of it.
Debate continues on the link between wind consumption and atrial fibrillation.
Australia’s multi billion dollar chickpea industry id being hit by a blight.
Study shows Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos teach each other how to open household wheelie bins.
Skeptic's guide to vaccine hesitancy.
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