Mars Water Find - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 21 Episode 60

Aug 01, 2018, 11:27 AM

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*Liquid water discovered under the Martian south pole

A huge subsurface liquid water lake has been detected near the Martian south pole. 

*Mars Opportunity Rover could be in trouble

There are growing concerns about the safety of NASA's Mars Opportunity rover. 

*Finding the foundations for massive stars

A new study has found that the collapse of molecular gas and dust clouds to create new stars occurs far more quickly than previously thought.

*Ariane 5 launches Galileo

Four more Galileo satellites have been successfully placed into

geostationary orbit following their launch aboard a Ariane 5 rocket.

*The Science Report

Heatwave deaths to continue climbing as climate change causes to globe to heat up.

New study compares the kids of same-sex and heterosexual partners.

Claims cinnamon oil could be key to preventing superbugs.

A new study suggests Neanderthals may have used tools to start their own fires. 

Alex on tech e-mail security concerns.

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