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Friday, 7 August 2020
This week in space: A huge week for SpaceX, Mars may have been cold-and-wet not warm-and-wet, mushy hail on Jupiter and loads more...
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Pick o' the podcasts:
We Martians: Perseverance rover launches
Space radio: Helicopters on Mars
365 days of astronomy: What are the Van Allen belts?
Crew Dragon triumphant...
...and why the SLS rocket matters:
From the video store:
A big week for SpaceX: Latest batch of Starlink satellites launched (and rocket landed)
SpaceX's huge prototype rockets takes to the air
...while their Dragon-2 capsule returns astronauts from the ISS for the first time
Mars: A cold-wet world, not a warm-wet one?
Black hole planets (blanets) may orbit Milky-way's central maw
It may rain mushballs on Jupiter
Northrup Grumman outlines plans for Lunar orbiting space station
Satellites track hidden penguin colonies by their poop
A new model helps predict major solar flares
Ganymede may have one of the biggest impact scars in the solar system
More mysterious atmospheric features on Venus
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