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Latest on Nasa’s tipped-over Moon lander Odysseus

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Tech & Science Daily podcast hears from Matthew Cosby, of Cornwall-based Goonhilly Earth Station, which is helping the toppled spacecraft beam data back to Earth - can the mission be saved? Privacy fears over satellite that can ‘zoom on anyone’s face from space’ First off-the-shelf AI-powered humanoid ‘Bezos bot’. Over 100 deep-sea species found three miles down.

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