Rocket launches could pose a new threat to the ozone layer
Space technology and exploration are constantly advancing – in the past five years alone, the number of annual rocket launches have risen from 90 to 130.
But with the emissions from these rockets, there’s new concerns for the ozone layer.
Professor Fred Watson, Australia’s astronomer-at-large, joins Bill Woods to break down the risk these rockets could pose to the ozone, and what we can expect next in our space journey.
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