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Friday, 25 September 2020

This week in space: Asteroid mining, SpaceX blows up a huge can of super-cold liquid, and what has China's new spaceplane left up in in orbit?


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Pick o' the podcasts

Spacepod: Preventable disasters

Travellers In The Night: Asteroid mining



From the video store


China's new spaceplane has left something behind in orbit - satellite spotters and radio enthusiasts are tracking it


SpaceX pressure tests SN7.1 prototype to destruction


Giant black hole M87's accretion disk seen 'wobbling'




Reading material:

Chinese company set to launch test mission for space mining technology


How much life would be needed to explain Venus' mysterious phosphine?


Comet 67/P is the first comet found with its own aurora!


Process that may have led to the first organic molecules


Earth may get a new minimoon... although it may be an old rocket stage


NASA still targeting 2024 for moon landing


Axiom space finalising agreements for private mission to the ISS


Estee Lauder to do product photoshoot on the ISS

A really space age sound system is being prepared for the shoot...


Growing commercial interest in International Space Station use


NASA delays Titan mission by a year


How NASA benefits the US economy


Cubsat mission to scout out the orbit for NASA's Lunar space station



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