Growing Debate about Whether there’s Liquid Water Under the Martian South Pole

Growing Debate about Whether there’s Liquid Water Under the Martian South Pole

Stuart GaryStuart GaryHost
Alex Zaharov-ReuttAlex Zaharov-ReuttGuest
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 14
*Growing debate about whether there’s liquid water under the Martian south pole
Two separate studies have drawn opposite conclusions about the possible presence of liquid water reserves below the Martian South Pole.
*The Mars Ingenuity helicopter grounded
NASA has been forced to keep its Mars Ingenuity helicopter grounded because of a massive dust storm blanketing part of the red planet.
*The Tonga volcanic eruption compared to volcanoes on Mars
New observations by NASA suggest the plume blasted into the sky by the massive eruption of an undersea volcano near the tiny Pacific Island nation of Tonga last month may have reached altitudes of between 40 and 50 kilometres -- more than double original estimates.
*SpaceX launches its 2000th Starlink
SpaceX has successfully launched another 49 Starlink broad band internet satellites bring the total number flown to 2042.
*The Science Report
Predicting the risk factors that give you long COVID.
The legacy of the giant iceberg A68A
China say it will continue to upgrade its nuclear weapons arsenal.
Alex on Tech: New Social Media laws
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