WATCH: Persy's Martian Chaperone Made A Suicide, And He Watched.
SM: Another one bites the dust... Perseverance Rover has had an emotional week or so. Surviving the 7 month journey to an inhospitable planet? Check. Prevailed over the Mars landing...Read more
How Come We Only See One Side Of The Moon?
Good day to you traveller and thank you for seeking refuge from your travels in another edition of Ask ARSE. The place where our die-hard followers probe us for answers...Read more
Can We Plant Trees On Mars And Create An Atmosphere?
With the upheaval of commercial space thanks to SpaceX, folks are really getting into the whole Mars thing. Maybe it's because we're giving up on Earth - and the people...Read more
From "Extra-Large" to "Unbelievable": A Bizarre Brief History of the Penis in Space
We had an overwhelming response to our recent Ask Arse article on the ins and (mostly) outs of using the restroom in space. So much so that folks need to...Read more
QUESTION: Did You Know "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
Why Is The Moon Upside Down In Australia?
Good morning world! We all hail from different places and while we share a good many things, we have many different perspectives. Culture, values, religion and more subjective content matter are...Read more
Korean Artificial Sun Hits 100 Million Degrees Celsius For 20 Seconds, Sets Earth Record
Korea's Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) fusion device - or Korea's artificial sun - hit a new record after succeeding in maintaining a high ion plasma temperature over 100 million...Read more
100 Stars Have Astonishingly Disappeared, Baffling Researchers
Somehow, someway, our night sky is changing. And we don't know why. Pop culture has us thinking the sky is eternally permanent, like our pets when we were kids (why did you...Read more
Do You Pass The Austr-Alien Test? Find Out Here, Or Risk Exile In Tasmania.
As red-blooded Australians, we pride ourselves on our pride, and we're proud of it. We don't mind who you are and where you're from as long as you "have a crack." Not...Read more