Dec. 2, 2022

Are the Sun’s Solar Cycles Getting Weaker

Are the Sun’s Solar Cycles Getting Weaker

SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 130
*Are the Sun’s solar cycles getting weaker
New computer modelling suggests the Sun’s 11 year solar cycle is getting weaker, and scientists aren’t sure how that will affect the Earth.
*New NASA climate change mission...


SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 130
*Are the Sun’s solar cycles getting weaker
New computer modelling suggests the Sun’s 11 year solar cycle is getting weaker, and scientists aren’t sure how that will affect the Earth.
*New NASA climate change mission ready to launch
NASA has greenlighted the launch of its Surface Water and Ocean Topography or SWOT spacecraft on December 12. The two thousand kilogram satellite will fly aboard a Falcon 9 rocket from the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California and provide high-definition data on the salt- and fresh water on Earth’s surface.
*Mars was once covered by 300 metre deep oceans
A new study claims that the red planet Mars was once blue and covered in a 300 metre deep ocean.
*Another scrub for Southern Launch
Storm damage has delayed the launch of ATSpace’s Kestrel 1 rocket from Southern Launches’ Whalers Way space complex near Port Lincoln.
*The Science Report
One in eight deaths in 2019 were linked to bacterial infections.
Even if you’ve had COVID-19 – getting a vaccine can still help prevent you getting it again.
The genome of Australia’s floral emblem, the golden wattle sequenced for the first time.
Skeptics guide to the growing popularity of paranormal TV

This week’s talent includes:

Professor Andy Tomkins from Monash University

SWOT Project Scientist Lee-Lueng-Fu

SWOT Mechanical Engineer Phoebe Rhodes-Wickett

Karin Instrument Systems Engineer Eva Peral

SWOT Project Manager Parag Vaze

And our regular guests:

Alex Zaharov-Reutt from iTWire.com

Tim Mendham from Australian Skeptics

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