Mars Could Have Liquid Water on its Surface
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 23 Episode 17
*Mars could have liquid water on its surface
A new study suggests that Mars might have liquid salty water on its surface for a few days every year.
*New exoplanetary discovery
Astronomers have confirmed the discovery of a new exoplanet located some 250 light years away.
*Discovery of a stellar aurorae
Astronomers have detected auroral activity around a star for the first time.
*Iran’s fake manned space program
Straight out of the you couldn’t make this stuff up category comes news that Iran’s Information and technology minister Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi has tweeted a photo of the islamic republic’s new high tech space suite developed for the nation’s manned space program. -- Trouble is he lifted the image straight out of the Amazon fashion catalogue for kids Halloween costumes.
*Second Ariane 5 launch for 2020
Arianespace has carried out its second Ariane 5 launch for the year placing the new Geo-Kompsat-2B environmental observation satellite into orbit.
*The Science Report
Crude from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill found far beyond the slick’s known satellite footprint.
Fears a third of planet Earth’s plant and animal species could be gone in 50 years.
Changing your intestinal microbiome to cut your risk of heart disease.
Australia’s first plant foods discovered in the Northern Territory’s Arnhem Land.
A history of ten or more lifetime sexual partners linked to an increased risk of cancer.
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