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Sunday 29 August 2021

This week in space: Blue Origin flies science payloads, rocket launch from Scotland, China looks at kilometer scale space stations, and loads more...

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Pick o' the podcasts:

From the video store:

Blue Origin flies science payloads

SpaceX launches Dragon cargo capsule to space station, nails rocket landing at sea | Space

Rocket launches begin from Scotland's Western Isles ahead of planned spaceport opening (

Soar with Dawn Aerospace's space plane on its 1st-ever test flights (video) | Space


Planet Aqua

Artificial gravity?

A tour of node 2 on the ISS:

Reading material:

China researching challenges of kilometer-scale ultra-large spacecraft - SpaceNews

Landsat 9 Prepared For Launch - SpaceRef

Astra rocket fails to reach space during test launch for US military | Space

Moon-in-a-jar recreates the hazy atmosphere of Titan, Saturn's largest moon | Space

Scientists puzzling out secrets of Venus' 30-year-old 'Giant Dark Cloud' | Space

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