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Sunday, 22 November 2020

This week in space: Yes, there is phosphine on Venus (maybe not as much though), Space Station Guys photographing the ISS from the ground, massive fireball over Australia and loads more...

 Learn the ins and outs of pseudoscience, and debunking it: Read 'Escaping The Rabbit Hole' here.

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Pick o' the podcasts:

Deep Space Update: Vega & Starship Failures, Operation Stellar Lancer and Baby Yoda on the ISS

Planetary Radio:


From the video store:

RocketLabs launch 30 satellites in one go, recovers their 1st stage booster

SpaceX launches crew to the ISS

(and seen from the ground in one long shot)

...and they dock in record time:

Sentinel 6 satellite launches to monitor sea levels

Why rocket exhausts look the way they do:

Starship Test Destroys Raptor Engine, But Burst Disc Saves Rest Of Vehicle

Australian ship catches massive fireball entering our atmosphere


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