Today (July 9), Space Chat will explore new things in space, including Virgin Galactic’s upcoming manned test flight, the exciting discoveries of Enceladus, and ongoing Hubble troubles.
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Every Friday at 1:00 PM EDT (1800 GMT), Space.com Senior Writer Chelsea Gohd explores new things in space on Space Chat, you can live on the Space.com Facebook page and on Youtube page Find these contents.
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Chelsea Gohd joined Space.com as an intern in the summer of 2018 and returned as a full-time writer in 2019. In terms of public health, she worked as a science communicator at the American Museum of Natural History and even wrote a installation for the museum’s permanent meteorite museum. Chelsea blogs include “Scientific American”, “Exploration” Magazine, “Astronomy” Magazine, “Life Science”, “Everything Interesting”, AMNH Microbial Monday Blog, “Daily Tagum” and “Roaring Earth” in Contributions to Inside Posts. When she’s not writing, reading, or paying attention to the latest science and space discoveries, Chelsea is composing music and acting like her other self, Foxanne (@foxannemusic). You can follow her on Twitter @chelsea_gohd.