Why The Moon's Near And Far Sides Look So Different

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 53
*Why the Moon’s near and far sides look so different
A new study supports earlier claims that the dichotomy between the lunar near and far side was caused by a colossal ancient impact billions of years ago.
*The Large Hadron Collider restarts operations
After a break of over three years the world’s largest atom smasher -- the Large Hadron Collider at CERN -- is once again sending beams of proton packets around its 27 kilometre underground ring.
*Axiom Space crew return to Earth
The SpaceX Axiom- Ax-1 space tourism flight to the International Space Station has ended safely with the team splashing down in the North Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida.
*Busy times aboard the International Space Station with the arrival of crew 4
Just a few days after the Axiom AX-1 team left the International space station -- NASA’s SpaceX Crew-4 Dragon capsule has successfully docked to the orbiting outpost’s Harmony module brings new crew members aboard.
*The Science Report
Seven different physical characteristics that help people avoid catching COVID-19
Discovery of new ichthyosaurs that may have been among the largest animals to have ever lived.
A new study looks at what kitty cat really gets up to when she goes outside.
Alex on Tech: Elon Musk’s 44 billion dollar bid to take over social media giant twitter.
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