Lunar Volcanic Activity Lasted Longer Than Thought

Lunar Volcanic Activity Lasted Longer Than Thought

Stuart GaryStuart GaryHost
Tim MendhamTim MendhamGuest
SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 118, 119, and 120
w/c OCTOBER 25 2021

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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 121
*Lunar volcanic activity lasted longer than thought
The moon may have been volcanically active far longer than previously thought. A series of reports in the journals Science and Nature shows lunar regolith collected by China’s Chang-e 5 sample return mission show evidence of volcanic activity 800 - 900 million years longer than previously thought.
*More evidence of water on Europa
New observations by NASA’s Hubble space telescope have found evidence of persistent water vapor on the Jovian ice moon Europa. But the findings reported in the journal Geophysical Research Letters – mysteriously shows the water vapor only being detected in one hemisphere.
*Another faulty Russian engine burn destabilizes the space station
Russia have destabilized the International Space Station again. The latest incident occurred during tests of the engines of the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft -- which would later be used to return a Russian film crew to Earth after shooting 40 minutes of footage for a feature film aboard the orbiting outpost.
*The Science Report
The overweight and obese more likely to have worse COVID-19 symptoms.
More than half of those who get COVID-19 end up with long COVID.
Study shows ancient humans enjoyed a diet which included blue cheese and beer.
Skeptic's guide to 2021 Bent Spoon Award nominations.
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