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Saturday 16 January 2021

This week in space: Balloons to space, the effect of the capitol riots on space policy, ion engines for cubesats and loads more...

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Pick o the podcasts:

Cheap Astronomy Podcast, Jan 13th: Hot Air 

From the video store:

From supernova to something much more intriguing at the core of galaxy 253-3 -

Blue Origin flies a test mission to space:

SN9 fires up engines:


Juno probe to visit Jovian Moons:

Reading material:

Exotrail aims for more in orbit space mobility (

The Mystery of Sunquakes is Deep; One Million Meters Deep! - Universe Today

Astronomers see Swirling Weather on the Closest Brown Dwarf - Universe Today

A Forgotten Planet Found in a Triple-Star System – Exoplanet Exploration: Planets Beyond our Solar System (

It's really there! Kepler space telescope's 2nd-ever exoplanet candidate finally confirmed. | Space

Scientists Propose Permanent Human Habitat Built Orbiting Ceres (

New Solar Arrays to Power International Space Station Research | NASA

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