Mars Probe MAVEN Back In Service

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 66
*Mars probe MAVEN back in service following a major glitch
NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft is finally back in operation after defaulting into an emergency safety mode in February. Mission managers eventually traced the problem to its Inertial Measurement Units which are responsible for navigation.
*Unravelling the mystery of brown dwarfs
Astronomers have discovered five brown dwarfs -- objects that fill the gap between the largest planets and the smallest stars. The five reported in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics will provide new clues about how these rare objects are formed and evolve.
*Three new crew board China’s space station
Three Chinese taikonauts have arrived safely aboard Beijing’s new Tiangong space station for what will be a six month mission to complete construction of the orbiting outpost. The trio blasted off in their Shenzhou-14 capsule aboard a Long March-2F rocket from the Jiuquan satellite launch center in northwestern China's Gobi desert.
*The Science Report
A rapid decline in Omicron-specific antibody levels only weeks after the second and third doses.
A plant-based diet can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Scientists develop a living human skin for robots.
Skeptic's guide to life after death

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