NASA, you’ve done it again. Find out why they just became a little more awesome. Not what you think!
How is that sun shining on droplets of water is capable of producing rainbows in all their glory and variety? A chance sighting of an uncommon rainbow, a poor attempt at describing it, a quick google search to discover the depths of my ignorance and I’m off on a tangent to find out more about these bows of light and water that I’d been taking for granted.
Climate Change action can be like tiger blood. WINNING! There is a way to win at tackling climate change while winning at life at the same time
Perhaps there is life on Mars. SAM is the instrument that could reveal the signs of life we’re searching for.
Curiosity will spend its days injecting neutrons into the ground, blasting rock with lasers and irradiating soils with X-rays, all in the search for water and to piece together a geological history of Mars.
The Mars rover Curiosity has already achieved something special with its smooth landing, but some exciting science is just about to begin. Find out about the technology on board Curiosity that will conduct the search for water and perhaps find some clues about life.
Remember back in the day, when there were 9 planets in our solar system? I remember it. I was a kid, and all my friends thought that Pluto was the best because it was the smallest and furthest away from…
As the London Olympics roll around, I think back to Beijing 2008 – the daring feats of athleticism, the mascots (the London mascots are also pretty cute) and, of course, the weather. Hang on, the weather? Yes, weather is always…
Voyager 1 has reached the outer boundary of the solar system. But there’s more to it than that. Celebrate the amazing career of Voyager in space as well as our human achievements.
…Venus is coming…(meme enclosed cause that’s how we roll now)