The Sun As You've Never Seen It Before

The Sun As You've Never Seen It Before

Stuart GaryStuart GaryHost
Alex Zaharov-ReuttAlex Zaharov-ReuttGuest
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 59
*The Sun as you've never seen it before
Powerful flares, breathtaking views across the solar poles, and a curious solar "hedgehog" are among the treasure-trove of spectacular images and data returned by the European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter spacecraft following its first close approach to the Sun.
*The end is near for NASA's Mars InSight lander
Dropping power levels are likely to bring an end to NASA’s Mars insight lander mission before the end of the year.
*The mysterious origins of the dwarf planet Ceres
A new study claims the largest main belt asteroid – the dwarf planet Ceres -- was likely formed in coldest part of the Solar System and then flung into its current orbit between Mars and Jupiter.
*The Science Report
New study shows more than one in ten people may be conscious during general anesthesia.
Half of patients hospitalised with COVID in Wuhan still have lingering symptoms two years later.
Palaeontologists discover the fossilized remains of a new species of Dinosaur in Japan.
Alex on Tech: a real life invisibility shield
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