New questions about the origin of Earth’s water - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S22E44

Jul 22, 11:39 AM
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*New questions about the origin of Earth’s water
There’s a new chapter in the on-going search for the origin of Earth’s water.
*Changes in Jupiter's Magnetic Field
Scientists have discovered that Jupiter’s magnetic field changes over time.
*China’s new family of launch vehicles.
China is working on a new generation of launch vehicles designed to improve Beijing’s access to space.
*June Skywatch
June marks the Winter Solstice in the Southern Hemisphere and Summer north of the equator.
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