Space-based lasers track Earth's largest animal migration in unprecedented global study

Posted in Science on 1st Dec, 2019
by Alex Muller

Zooplankton, rise to near the surface to feed on the tiny plants, called phytoplankton. When the day returns, these zooplankton dive back into the depths to hide in the dark waters.

Dust towers may have helped dry out ancient Mars

Posted in Science on 28th Nov, 2019
by Alex Muller

One of the most dramatic of Martian phenomena is the tendency to roughly once a decade be suddenly subject to gigantic dust storms that completely engulf the planet, blotting out the Sun.

JAXA to set up a two-way streaming studio on the ISS

Posted in Online, Science on 27th Nov, 2019
by Alex Muller

The Japanese space agency, JAXA, is teaming up with Bascule and SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation to set up a studio on the International Space Station (ISS) that will provide two-way live-streaming video feeds starting in 2020.

NASA Just Invented a Paint That Blocks Moon Dust From Sticking to Everything

Posted in Science on 24th Nov, 2019
by Alex Muller

Moon dust is a major problem for astronauts, but a simple coating could ward off damage.

Lunar Tourism: Catalyst for Jumpstarting a Cislunar Economy

Posted in Business, Science on 24th Nov, 2019
by Alex Muller

Space Experience Tourism might be “low hanging fruit” that will spur on the development of a self-sustaining space economy in the near term.