Podcaster: Ralph, Paul & Jenni
Organization: Awesome Astronomy
Title : Awesome Astronomy September 2019 Space Exploration
Link : www.awesomeastronomy.com
Description: The Discussion: As a reward for good behavior, we’ve dispensed with wittering on about us and gone straight into the news.
The News: Rounding up the space exploration news this month we have:
- The last of the Delta IV mediums
- India’s Vikram lunar lander failure
- ESA move a satellite to avoid crashing with a SpaceX satellite
- NASA award funding for a Lunar Gateway pathfinding cubesat
- Australia & Japan commit to supporting NASA’s moonshot, Project Artemis
- NASA place orders for the first of possibly 12 Orion moon capsules.
Main news stories: A roundup of Elon Musk’s Herculean benevolent/malevolent efforts to get giant phalluses on Mars.
The Debate: Court is in session for the fifth and final round of advocacy to get a winner from your top ten historic space missions. This month Judge Damien presides over arguments between the International Space Station and the Pioneer missions.
Q&A: With the news of a near collision between a SpaceX and an ESA satellite, does that mean more satellite collisions in the future? From our good friend Noah Kraus in Bremen Germany.
Big thanks to our Patreon supporters this month: Frank Tippin, Brett Duane, Jako Danar, Joseph J. Biernat, Nik Whitehead, Timo Sievänen, Steven Jansen, Casey Carlile, Phyllis Simon Foster, Tanya Davis, Rani B, Lance Vinsel, Steven Emert.
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