Minorities, Low Socioeconomic Groups Care Most About Climate Change, Survey Says.
TL;DR Minorities and low-income communities are most directly affected by manmade changes in Earth's climate, making them more involved in climate action Since Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast in...Read more
NASA Clocks Turbulent Wind Speed On A Gassy Brown Dwarf
In a historical first, NASA has measured the wind speed in the thick and gassy atmosphere of a brown dwarf 6.5 lightyears from Earth in the constellation of Vela. Not...Read more
Finally, A Virus-Proof "Spacesuit" You Can Smoke And Bone In.
Who else misses the forbidden fruits of non-social distancing? A few drinkies, a couple of puffy-wuffs and heading back to a complete strangers house at 4 am. *We're going to...Read more
The Pentagon Has Officially Released UFO Footage.
TL;DR This past Monday, the United States Department of Defense (DOD) officially released three Navy videos of unidentified "aerial phenomena". Although previously released by The New York Times in 2015 and To The...Read more
Musk's Global Satellite Constellation Goes Live In 6 Months.
TL;DR Starlink beta test expected within the next six months. Elon Musk tweeted private beta will launch in three months with a public beta test following. The northern hemisphere will...Read more
Why Are NASA's New Nerdy Looking Spacesuits So Damn Expensive?
NASA's outdated near 50-year-old suits cost between US$15-$22 million in 1974. NASA has not developed a single space suit since and only 4 remain today. The development of new suits...Read more
How Aussie City Pollution Has Changed In 5 Images.
We've shared posts with startling changes in air pollution that let us see more of our natural surroundings. The Himalayas have been revealed from hundreds of kilometres away, satellite visibility...Read more
How Accurate Was The Apollo 13 Film? 5 Facts & The Stories Behind Them.
The 17th of April celebrated the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13, a manned moon-faring mission that has since been hailed a "successful failure". One of our cherished ARSE followers has...Read more
NASA's "Not The Deathstar" Telescope Is Possibly Cooler Than Deathstar...
The far side of the moon is a mysterious little bit of space, what with its fabled history interlaced with our popular culture and long-time fascination embedded in Sci-Fi films....Read more