Astronauts from NASA, JAXA and the ESA are on their way to the ISS
Theia is still with us
NASA will be conducting a second test of the four Aerojet Rocketdyne RS-25 engines intended for use in the SLS program today. Video coverage of the static test (the second in a qualifying series) has already begun and can be seen on NASA TV
In this week’s viewing: Re:ZERO definitively sets things on a new course, Wonder Egg Priority is all about changes ahead, and more!
February’s popular post round up for our Spanish reading friends
Elevating the story of Pedro Paulet, space pioneer
Several new releases, cook sights and sounds from Mars, Tananarive Due lands cool interviews, and more
The Perseverance rover, NASA’s latest
Perseverance lands today
An examination of AI as presented in 2001: A Space Odyssey
Reflections on Blade Runner’s Roy batty, on the occasion of his birthday.
An interesting take on the unnamed author and the unnamed character in Frankenstein.
SETI is heating up and Recursor has interviewed one of its investigators.
Water was recently added to the commodities exchanges. Still the water (Seix Barral, Bogotá, 2019) by Juan Álvarez addresses this scary fact.
A spectacular test flight and failed landing
SpaceX Launch from Launch Complex 39A.
Interstellar anticipated 40 years previously by Colombian author Antonio Mora Vélez
The Chinese Galaxy Award for 2020
Nanobots take a colon ride
New evidence for the existence of Planet X
Review of an illustrated novel with three authors
In this week’s viewing: A whole cavalcade of new fall premiere! (Plus the answer to what Re:ZERO’s plans are.)
Anyone who has ever gotten a terrible report card to bring home knows that data can destroy us
Announcing the impending release of Ulthar issue 14 and Blaster magazine announces the Arrakis Space Opera contest
anomalous and unexplained chemistry could indicate life in Venus’ atmosphere
You still need a mask
A perfect example of a scientifically based click bait headline.
Building for Mars
Venus. Following the recent report of life-chemicals found in its atmosphere, is it any wonder that we’re all thinking swampy things again?
It’s one thing to give credit to one god for everything, but quite another to assign a variety of divine figures for the relationships between natural phenomena.