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The first pictures from the JWST Find out more about the first images from the JWST, what you can see and a bonus observation about H2O on a mysterious exoplanet
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The first pictures from the JWST Find out more about the first images from the JWST, what you can see and a bonus observation about H2O on a mysterious exoplanet
The affects of the war in Ukraine on the space industry *DISCLAIMER* I do not gain any financial benefits from this, this episode is purely for informational purposes and is not intended as offensive in any way.
What is the James Webb Space Telescope? A huge launch occurred on Christmas Day 2021 when the JWST launched in its journey to the very origins of the universe and possibly to discover life on other planets. Listen to find out all you need to know about the JWST!
All you need to know about SpaceX SpaceX is an extremely famous company at the moment, but what exactly is it that they are doing, what are their rockets and where did it all start?
Find out in this episode!
Life outside Earth Possibly the biggest question in human history that is almost impossible to answer just now, we look in detail at facts and figures for you to form your own opinion on whether life exists or not.
The controversy of the Space Shuttle The Space Shuttle promised to be revolutionary and give everyday humans a way to space. However, it never materialised and went drastically and horribly wrong. Listen to find out what the SS was and why the programme went how it did.
Artemis - going back to the moon to stay The Artemis programme will see the first woman and next man set foot on the moon. However this is much more than a moon mission as it could set humanity up for a future of deep space exploration.
Perseverance - all you need to know Later today, at approximately 20:55 GMT, NASA's Mars 2020 rover Perseverance will hopefully touch down on the surface of the red planet and begin to search for signs of life in the Jezero crater, once a water lake on ancient Mars. Listen to find out about the most exciting endeavour to Mars in human history in our first ever grouped podcast.
How to watch - NASA YouTube livestream, coverage starts 19:15 GMT, landing predicted at 20:55
To find out more go to nasa.gov/perseverance
Is the life around Jupiter? In our first podcast with a guest, we look at the biggest planet in the solar system and if its moons could potentially harbour life.
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