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Friday, 18 September 2020

This week in space: A possible biomarker in Venus' clouds, an experimental rocket crash, and the space between Earth and Moon is becoming a new an arena for space superiority...

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Pick o' the podcasts

Weekly Space Hangout: September 16, 2020 – Dr. Merav Opher Discusses the Shape of the Sun’s Heliosphere

Planetary Radio double header:

From the video store

Phosphine on Venus - a potential sign of life...

SpaceX's upcoming milestones 

Astra rocket's first orbital attempt crashes (but they may be making a second attempt soon

Deep Space 9 original cast star in an online Star Trek play (it's really good):

Reading material

Private launcher firm Rocketlabs aims to reach Venus in 2023

US satellites may get defensive escorts

Earth-moon space is may be the new arena for military space superiority: Expert opinions:

...and here's the full U.S. government report

Northrup Grumman to develop jam-resistant military satellite

Smoke from wildfires stretching across the U.S.

Amazon river from space

Artemis 3 mission may land near Apollo landing site

Dynetics to use in-space refuelling for lunar lander

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