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SpaceTime 20190724 Series 22 Episode 55
*Disproving conspiracy theories about the Apollo Moon landings
Following the global celebration marking half a century since humans first walked on the surface of another world – comes the whine of the conspiracy theorists who despite the overwhelming evidence scientific, eye witness, and anecdotal – still insist Apollo 11 was faked.
*Another touchdown for Hayabusa2
Japan’s Hayabusa2 has carried out a second successful touchdown on the asteroid Ryugu collecting more samples for eventual return to Earth.
*Atomic rockets are back on the agenda
The US Congress has approved 125 million dollars in seed funding for the development of a nuclear thermal propulsion rocket system.
*The Science Report
A possible link between drinking lots of sugary beverages and an increased risk of cancer.
A new study claims vitamin supplements could be doing you more harm than good.
Australia’s ‘once in a century drought’ caused mass ecosystem collapse.
The world’s biggest seaweed bloom.
The advantages of men having cosmetic facial surgery.
More 5G cell phones hit the markets.
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