#86 – August 2019 Part 2
The Discussion: Following on from last month’s 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, we take a look at the recent movies and documentaries & social media: High Life, 8 Days to the Moon and Back, Apollo 50th, ApolloinRealTime.org. The ongoing inspiration of Apollo, the build-up of Project Artemis, saying farewell to Flight Director Chris Kraft and Mandla Maseko, and an email from our good friend Lee Stevens.
The News: Rounding up the space exploration news this month we have:
- Japan’s Hyabusa 2 mission to return asteroid samples to Earth
- Toyota and JAXA prototype a pressurized lunar rover for launch in 2029
- India launch Chandrayaan 2 to the lunar south pole
- ESA propose a comet interceptor for 2028
- A formation of satellites to study the heliosphere
- NASA’s Orion capsule completes its abort tests
Main news stories: NASA select 12 new lunar technology investigations.
The Debate: Court is in session for the third round of advocacy to get winner from your top ten historic space missions. This month we have an epic battle of space telescopes as Kepler goes toe to toe with Hubble.
Q&A: Why did NASA choose to send a drone to Titan rather than a submarine to Enceladus? Suki Woods in Norway
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