S26E56: In this episode of SpaceTime, Astronomers have captured a super flare erupting from a nearby star using a combination of space and ground-based observations. The European Space Agency has announced its plans to develop a nuclear-powered rocket for deep space exploration, following in the footsteps of NASA. With air pollution being a serious problem, ESA’s air quality missions are taking a deep breath to understand and monitor its impact. In the Science Report, a study shows that following a Mediterranean-style diet may reduce the risk of dementia. New research also suggests that male woolly mammoths underwent Musth, just like modern-day elephants. Plus, Alex on Tech highlights the dangers of AI, and a new study shows that the Chat GPT-4 Open AI can answer medical questions better than most doctors.
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