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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 23 Episode 57
*New type of cosmic explosion
Astronomers have discovered two new events similar to a strange inexplicable explosion which mysteriously blasted across the cosmos in 2018.
*Galactic collision may have triggered our solar system’s birth
The formation of the Sun, the Solar System and the subsequent emergence of life on Earth may be a consequence of a cosmic collision between our Milky Way Galaxy and a smaller satellite galaxy known as Sagittarius Dwarf.
*Europe's Spaceport back to business
The European Space Agency’s Kourou Space Port in French Guiana is beginning to get back to work following the Covid-19 coronavirus lock down.
*Beijing launches two more spy satellites
China is further increasing the already vast number of military spy satellites it now operates – launching a further two into orbit.
*The Science Report
How to stop COVID-19 spreading between family members.
Iran’s cyber-attacks designed to prevent developing a vaccine against the COVID-19 corona virus.
Climate change to make more intense droughts -- more common in Australia.
A new substance to help purify water from radioactive elements.
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