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Quit Rubbishing Pluto – October 5, 2018

Ben Newsome

You can't use your phone while driving, but what about using your phone while... learning? Quill's on the case.  Pluto's a planet again! Hooray! Maybe!  The Ocean Cleanup has been deployed. A giant plastic-eating machine has been set loose towards the Great Pacific Garbage patch. Hopefully it will tide-y up! ...

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Special Edition: Mars Rover Magic

Ben Newsome

Welcome to this special edition episode of Fizzics TWIST! Water on Mars, alien life, cosmic farts, and planet-sized dust storms; the two active Mars Rovers, Opportunity and Curiosity, have been creating some huge news lately. So what exactly has been going on up there? Duncan tells the story of the...

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Episode: 12

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The Sun, the Moon, and Curry (feat. new Secret Sound!) – August 23, 2018

Ben Newsome

Don't forget to send us your science questions and we will consult the experts on your behalf! NASA are firing a spacecraft into the sun! But why, and will its intrepid crew survive? Just kidding it's a robot. The Moon has ice on its surface! Which means it has water!...

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Episode: 9

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Supernova stargazing – June 4, 2018

Ben Newsome

Don't forget to send us your science questions and we will consult the experts on your behalf! The ABC’s Stargazing Live has set a new world record for most people simultaneously stargazing! But how many people were involved, what was the previous record, and what did they find? The Blue...

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Episode: 4

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Hawking Radiation – March 23, 2018

Ben Newsome

The last male northern white rhinoceros has died, but there may still be hope for the future of the species. How can 3D printing tech help to snuff out poaching? A giant space station is about to crash back down to Earth, so should you be watching out overhead? Read...

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Up, up and away!

Holly Kershaw

This is a significant weekend for science. At 1.25am AEST Saturday, Space Shuttle Atlantis is scheduled to be launched into space for the 33rd and last time. As I was reading up on facts for a post about the final launch of Atlantis, I found out that it is also...

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