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Saturday, 30 January 2021

In space this week: First fully private ISS mission, a record breaking number of satellites launched, the perfect solar storm and loads more...

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Pick o the podcasts:

Main Engine Cut-Off

From the video store:

What was launched on Virgin Orbit's first flight to orbit?

Stunning lunar tours made from spacecraft data


Transporter-1 debuts new SpaceX rideshare program, world record -

We Now Have a 3D Map of The 525 Closest Brown Dwarfs - Universe Today

Reading material:

Axiom Space names first private crew launch to space station with SpaceX | Space

What would the perfect solar storm be like? Source papers along this link, and this link

RocketLabs launch demonstrates enhanced kickstage

Rocks Show That Mars Once Felt Like Iceland - SpaceRef

One of the Oldest Stars in the Galaxy has a Planet - Universe Today

Earth's outer shell ballooned during massive growth spurt 3 billion years ago | Space

3-D Printing on the Moon: From Regolith to Paste to Useful Objects and Structures - Universe Today

Apollo landers, Neil Armstrong’s bootprint and other human artifacts on Moon officially protected by new US law | Space

There are Seven Rocky Planets in the TRAPPIST-1 System and They're Surprisingly Similar - Universe Today

A Cubesat Will Test out Water as a Propulsion System - Universe Today

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