NASA’s Spirit rover has captured a photograph of what some are claiming is an alien skull on Mars. Someone page Richard Hoagland.
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I’ve been without cable television for about two and a half years, and overall that absence hasn’t done me a lick of harm. And while it would be nice to watch six hours of M*A*S*H* before going to bed, there isn’t much I’m missing out on…except Stewart and Colbert. I swear, I’d pay just to […]
Who’da thunk that merely less than a decade ago R. Kelly was mistakenly deemed a pervert, when all along he’s been a goddamn scientific visionary from day one. Emblazoning a path toward a future far beyond the reach of flying cars and ray guns, I think its safe to say Mr. Kelly most definitely has a future […]
Finally, proof that the sun is made of beef: Outer space smells of fried steak, scientists revealed yesterday. The universe also has an aroma of hot metal and motorbike welding, Nasa experts said. Astronauts reported the bizarre scents on their suits when they returned from space walks. The space agency has commissioned Steven Pearce of […]
Today NASA announced that they’ve discovered a recent supernova – recent in geological terms (140 years ago). I do know that a “Supernova” is the term when a star explodes, but apart from that I’m not even going to pretend I know anything about interstellar physics. So let’s let the professionals discuss this one, shall […]
A new NASA study, using advances in satellite technology, has finally been able to measure the long-rumored drift of pollution from China and other East Asian countries, into North America: â€œWe used the latest satellite capabilities to distinguish industrial pollution and smoke from dust transported to the western regions of North America from East Asia. […]
Are there really large, nearly-invisible glass objects hiding in the background of some classic NASA shots from the Apollo missions? According to infamous scrutinizer of the cosmically inscrutable Richard C. Hoagland, why yes, yes there are.
Physicists watching footage of a sunspot moving across the surface of the sun were stunned when the sunspot took the shape of trilobite and proceeded to crawl across the surface of the sun “We’ve never seen anything quite like it,” says solar physicist Lika Guhathakurta from NASA headquarters. Watch the footage for yourself here.