You’ll Need to Dig Deep to Find Life on Mars
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary July 29, 202200:27:2537.71 MB

You’ll Need to Dig Deep to Find Life on Mars

Stuart GaryStuart GaryHost
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 84
*New studies suggest you’ll need to dig deep to find life on Mars
A new study has confirmed that future Mars rovers will need to drill at least two metres below the red planet’s surface to find any evidence of ancient Martian life – if it ever existed.
*Mars Helicopter grounded by sensor glitch
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has been grounded after suffering a sensor failure.
*A new joint American and Australian spy satellite launched
Rocket Lab have successfully launched the first of two new spy satellites for the Australian and United States governments.
*China launches more spy satellites
China has launched another pair of Earth observation satellites to keep an eye of its areas of interest.
*The Science Report
Climate change wiping out bird species at a dramatic rate.
New Guidelines warn adults should have no more than 10 standard drinks a week.
Rare sauropod dinosaur teeth found in outback Queensland.
Skeptic's guide to Graphology

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