New Hints of Hypothetical Axion Particles
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 23 Episode 64
*New hints of hypothetical axion particles
Scientists from the international XENON collaboration has come up with some exciting results that just might be opening a new window on a hypothetical particle called the axion that’s been linked to dark matter.
*Solar Orbiter makes first close approach to the Sun
ESA’s Solar Orbiter spacecraft has undertaken its first close approach to the Sun reaching a comfortable 77 million kilometres from the visible solar surface.
*NASA’s new water hunting Lunar rover
NASA is developing a water seeking robotic lunar rover which could be exploring the Moon’s south pole in three years. The Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover – or VIPER -- will help pave the way for the return of humans to the lunar surface in 2024 aboard the Artemis 3 mission.
*The Science Report
One in five people at risk of severe COVID-19 infection.
The COVID-19 lockdown changes human sleeping habits in North America and Europe
China’s People’s Liberation Army Unit 61398 behind a major cyber-attack targeting Australia.
German intelligence warns that Iran is continuing efforts to obtain weapons of mass destruction.
A new study shows climate change deniers also consider the coronavirus a pseudoscience.
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