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Friday 29 October 2021

This week in space: 360 degree float-thru of the ISS, China launches (potentially dual-use) space debris mitigation tech, and Blue Origin plans a space station...

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Pick o' the podcasts:

188: Failing is the most important part of science with Tyler Linder — Spacepod (

From the video store:

Ariane 5 launches 2 satellites:

360 degree space station float-through:

Defending Earth against steroid strikes:

China launches classified space debris mitigation tech:

Blue Origin unveils plans to build a private space station called Orbital Reef by 2030 | Space

'Perfect launch' of Soyuz rocket sends Russian Progress 79 cargo ship to space station | Space


Reading material:

Huge solar flare could supercharge northern lights on Halloween | Space

Chinese missile launch very concerning, says top US general - BBC News

Revised budget reconciliation package reduces NASA infrastructure funds - SpaceNews

Signs of first planet found outside our galaxy - BBC News

BepiColombo completes first Mercury flyby, science provides insight into planet's unique environment -

For All Mankind Season 2: Could Astronauts Use Guns on the Moon? (

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