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Space

alien pollution

NASA says we might find alien pollution before we find aliens

February 13th, 2021

If intelligent alien civilizations exist in space, it’s possible that we may find signs of their existence before we find the aliens themselves. A new study by NASA suggests that industrialized civilizations on distant worlds may be just as bad at managing their pollution as we are, and we may be able to spot their …

science news

Let’s reel in this talk of a ‘fifth dimension’ for a second

February 10th, 2021

Researchers attempting to solve the problem of dark matter have proposed a particle that can travel to an unseen fifth dimension.  The work is entirely hypothetical, as it attempts to explain a type of matter that nobody has ever seen using a particle that has never been identified. Proving or disproving the theory will likely …

spacex starship crash

SpaceX’s Starship prototype just crashed, watch the explosion right here

February 2nd, 2021

SpaceX launched another test flight of a Starship prototype today.  The high-altitude launch lasted roughly six minutes, but it didn’t end how SpaceX would have liked. Rather than landing, the spacecraft slammed into the landing area, creating a massive explosion. SpaceX’s latest Starship prototype launched on a test flight today, and it definitely ended with …

mini moon

Earth’s latest visitor is about to leave us forever

January 28th, 2021

In late 2020 Earth got a new visitor in the form of what was originally thought to be a natural piece of space debris, such as a small asteroid. The object turned out to be a discarded rocket stage that was launched half a century ago and just happened to come back and get sucked …

spacex satellite record

SpaceX just shattered an almost unfathomable record

January 25th, 2021

SpaceX has already set a huge number of records with its reusable rocket technology. A new record set by the company on Sunday isn’t related to its rockets directly, but it’s still an incredibly impressive feat. The weekend launch resulted in 143 individual satellites being delivered into orbit, shattering the previous record of 104 satellites …

mars wobble

Mars is wobbling, and scientists have questions

January 7th, 2021

Using data collected over 18 years of observations, scientists now say that the planet Mars is wobbling. The planet’s wiggling results in its poles moving on a regular basis. Earth also has a wobble, but the Mars wobble is a bit more of a mystery than Earth’s since Mars has no oceans.  When you think …

space veggies

Astronauts were allowed to eat veggies grown in space

January 6th, 2021

Astronauts living aboard the International Space Station had the opportunity to taste-test some food that was grown in their own orbiting laboratory. Radishes grown on the space station took 27 days to mature, and eventually became a meal for the crew. The radishes were apparently just as good as anything you could grow back on …