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This has been a busy month in space with a host of discoveries and new projects by several nations.
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It kicked off when India launched a second satellite to study oceans. The cube-shaped Oceansat-2 will monitor the interaction between oceans and the atmosphere, as part of climate studies, according to the country's main space agency.
A few weeks later scientists at NASA discovered a nearly invisible ring around Saturn - one so large that it would take 1 billion Earths to fill it.
NASA then crashed a rocket and a satellite into the moon's surface in a $79 million mission to determine whether or not there is water on the moon.
And on Monday an international team announced that 32 planets have been discovered outside Earth's solar system through the use of a high-precision instrument installed at a Chilean telescope.
Luckily we have comedian, scientist and engineer Bill Nye on hand to explain all the latest developments. Send us your questions and we'll try to put as many as possible to Bill on Wednesday's show.