Probing the Mysteries of the Galaxy’s Fascinating Fermi Bubbles

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 23 Episode 60


*Probing the mysteries of the galaxy’s fascinating Fermi Bubbles

Astronomers have studied the Milky Way galaxy’s mysterious Fermi Bubbles in visible light for the first time.


*NASA’s new Lunar Gateway space station

NASA has finalized its contract for the crew module of its new Gateway lunar orbiting Space Station.


*Work begins on the Artemis 3 service module to take humans back to the lunar surface.

Work is about to get underway on the European Space Agency Service module that will power the Orion spacecraft to carry the first astronauts to walk on the Moon in more than 50 years.


*SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites

SpaceX has launched another 60 Starlink internet satellites bring the total to 482.


*The Science Report

Patients with COVID-19 who undergo surgery have a higher risk of complications and death.

Gay, lesbian or bisexual people tend to show different personality traits to straights.

Big theropod dinosaurs ate pretty much everything--including each other.

Scientists well on the way to inventing an invisible man – well sort of.


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