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Friday, 30 August 2019
Yutu discoveres a strange 'gel-like' substance on the Moon, astronomy you don't need a telescope for, and SpaceX's prototype takes flight...
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Time to eat the dogs: The expedition that tested Einstein's theory
Astronomy Without A Telescope: Much Ado About Nothing
Planetary Radio: What will send you to the Moon?
From the video store:
SpaceX' new prototype makes a 150 meter test flight, hover, and landing
Flyover of landing sites on asteroid Bennu
Take a CGI tour of Gale crater on Mars, where NASA's Curiosity rover is roaming...
Yutu rover discovers a strange 'gel-like' substance in a lunar crater
'Ad Astra', starring Brad Pitt, reviewed
Metallic asteroids might be camouflaged
New images from Japan's Hayabusa 2 asteroid mission
There are 131 smallsat launchers being developed worldwide - but how many will make it commercially?
Lightsail 2 passes 1 month of solar sailing
A black hole eats a neutron star
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