The GMT in Chile is slated for completion in 2021. It will become the largest optical observatory in the world, with 10x the resolving power of the Hubble Space Telescope, and will be able to see objects farther and smaller than ever before.
The most logical road trip we know of. Where you can ‘live long and prosper’ with proper social distancing
When floating in space, the body’s fluids gather in the head. (On Earth, fluids are dragged downward by gravity.) This upward mobility of bodily fluids ends up giving astronauts more circular, cartoonish-looking faces. “We call it Charlie Brown phase,” says Michele Perchonok of NASA’s food science program, “because their faces have gotten more round.” Astronauts confirm that zero gravity “can spur cold-like symptoms.”
Hot sauce helps astronauts clear up their congestion. When your sense of smell is blocked, your sense of taste is dampened, too. So the spicier your food, the more likely you are to actually taste it.
An age old question with a modern twist. Science? or Pseudoscience? Danielle approached this paradox from two ‘unique’ angles.
Apophis is a giant space rock, larger than three football fields on a collision course with Earth
There’s nothing better than Spy movies…except when they’re in Space! #SPYFY
Our Solar System contains over 200 Moons, but some planets actually have none.
R2D2 and C3PO always show up in the strangest places! Here is one appearance on a planet we know about, that most probably didn’t even know about.