Launch Date Set for NASA’s Artemis-1 Mission to the Moon

Launch Date Set for NASA’s Artemis-1 Mission to the Moon

Stuart GaryStuart GaryHost
Tim MendhamTim MendhamGuest
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 82
*A launch date set for NASA’s Artemis-1 mission to the Moon
NASA is looking at August 29 as the potential launch date for the maiden flight of the massive SLS Moon rocket on Artemis-1.
*Warnings about the DART asteroid impact mission
A new study warns that NASA’s planned DART mission could leave its target asteroid badly deformed.
*Counting down to the death of a red giant
Astronomers have for the first time witnessed a rare stellar pulse that is foreshadowing the death of a star known as a red giant.
*Jupiter shows off its rings
Hot on the heels of last week’s spectacular first images from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope astronomers have released some stunning images including some stunning images of Jupiter, its moons, and it’s hard to see ring system.
*The Science Report
The latest State of the Environment report is painting a dire picture of climate inaction in Australia.
Hospitals starting to gear up across Australia with deaths from COVID on the increase again.
The UK has crossed the 40°C 'milestone' for the first time in recorded history.
Skeptic's guide to the problem with SLAPP suits
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