Counting Down to Asteroid Collision
SpaceTime with Stuart GarySeptember 23, 202200:27:2737.75 MB

Counting Down to Asteroid Collision

Stuart GaryStuart GaryHost
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 100
*Counting down to asteroid collision
NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test— or DART mission -- remains on target to crash into a potentially hazardous near-Earth asteroid on Monday.
*Continental plate movements control Earth’s largest volcanic events
A new study has found a surprising link between the slowing of continental plate movements and the timing of Earth’s largest volcanic events.
*More and More Starlinks launched
SpaceX says that even though its requested authorization to launch some 42 thousand Starlink broadband satellites – it probably won’t need that many to achieve the global internet coverage its seeking.
*China launches more spy satellites
China have launched another pair of spy satellites as they continue what President Xi Jinping and the Chinese communist government refer to as preparations for war.
*The Science Report
Australia’s black summer bushfires found to be 3 times worse than any other wildfires globally.
Scientists have developed a new way to break down long lasting chemicals.
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Skeptics guide buying a legally haunted house

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