BREAKING: "Blanets" Live In The Softer Suck Of Black Holes.
Every time we see black holes in popular media, we see an unforgiving sucking abyss... Feeding on anything that comes close like a cosmic drain in a bath. While true,...Read more
The Most Scientifically Magnificent Astronomy Spot On Earth Is Australian
You live in a suburban area and you look out at the sky, it might seem normal... But its actually awash with pollution. More specifically, light pollution that excessively misdirects,...Read more
Unbelievable Space Facts To Get Your ARSE Juices Flowing
We regularly get asked some questions about 'cool' space facts and more often than not it's very hard to keep up with them. So... Here we've compiled some mind-numbingly cool...Read more
This Is What Happens To You In The Vacuum of Space (It's Gross)
People often wonder how much sci-fi movies are true to life. If I get sucked off into space, will my head explode? Will my eyes be sucked from their sockets?...Read more
Will We Reach Another Galaxy In 100 Years?
We have a very nice question from a young ARSE follower, maybe wondering for their 4th-grade science subject. Let's read on and: Ask ARSE! "If we travelled for 100 years, would we...Read more
Maps Are Pure BS, Here's The Truth.
Russia isn't gigantic. Neither is North America. In fact, the Northern Hemisphere is way smaller than maps we see historically. But why are they so damn inaccurate? That's a two-part answer......Read more
The Speed of Light Is Total BS. Here's why.
We meet again for another fun-filled edition of Ask ARSE. We get truckloads of questions in our official Australian Space Society, but some just stick out. Not because they're particularly...Read more
This Restored Lunar Landing Footage Will Steal Your Breath
Here's a legitimate question about the moon landing: was it filmed by a potato? Fair enough they're about 384,400 km from Earth and it was in 1969... But even Ghostbusters got a...Read more
Sublime Timelapse Of Comet NEOWISE From Space
On July 6th the northern hemisphere was treated to the spectacular trailing tail of Comet NEOWISE, which isn't set to return to Earth for another 6,800 years. Thankfully for us...Read more