DiscoverNew Scientist Weekly#1: Wuhan coronavirus, nuclear fusion, and the Solar Orbiter spacecraft
#1: Wuhan coronavirus, nuclear fusion, and the Solar Orbiter spacecraft

#1: Wuhan coronavirus, nuclear fusion, and the Solar Orbiter spacecraft

Update: 2020-01-318
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It’s a rapidly spreading outbreak with the potential to become a full blown pandemic – but just how concerned should we be about the global impact of Wuhan coronavirus? On the panel for the inaugural episode of the podcast are New Scientist journalists Rowan Hooper, Penny Sarchet, Adam Vaughan and Jacob Aron. As well as answering your questions on the continuing spread of the coronavirus, the team explore the news that scientists are nearly ready to recreate nuclear fusion, the process that powers the Sun. They also explain why the Solar Orbiter spacecraft is visiting its poles, and what data it hopes to collect. To find out more about the stories mentioned in this episode, subscribe at newscientist.com/podcasts

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#1: Wuhan coronavirus, nuclear fusion, and the Solar Orbiter spacecraft

#1: Wuhan coronavirus, nuclear fusion, and the Solar Orbiter spacecraft

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