What a week. PETA jumped the shark, odd things were heard in space and our politics went to complete doo-doo.
In 1979, NASA’s Skylab fell on an unknown patch of Australia. The media insanity that ensued deserves a retelling.
I hope you like your mornings stupid. Trump created his own news channel, NASA will pay you to protect the planet, and HBO was hit by keyboard brandishing vandals.
The Big Smoke spoke to Jason Crusan about how NASA uses data to enable projects. Mr Crusan is director of Advanced Exploration Systems, a division of NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate, and is speaking at ADMA’s Global Forum this month.
You ain’t supposed to be ’round here, boy. Me either, to be honest. My car broke down and now I’m stuck here. By the way, have you heard the one about Reddit and the missing testicle?
Mike Pence dropped in to see if we were still friends, Alien life may be a reality on the moons of Saturn and Matt Damon was zinged beyond the grave. What a week.
As we invariably look toward the stars, our head tilts in confusion. What does NASA’s discovery of new planets mean, and how did they even see it?
We’re all about objective fact here at The Big Smoke, so each week we’ll bring you TrumpFact: a simple measure of the good and ill the man creates. We won’t judge. That’s your job.
We’re taking a week off Trump, but it was still a week to forget. Tony Abbott returned to rock the boat, and a Michelin star was mistakenly awarded. But NASA discovered a system of Earth-like planets, so there’s still hope.
Morning all. What happened while you were asleep? Don’t ask. The Aleppo ceasefire was broken and the earth is long overdue for extinction. However, Oxford Uni did introduce a gender neutral pronoun, so hooray for solitary positives!
Those short sighted anti-vaccers are at it again. To eliminate mercury in all its forms, they’re petitioning to have the planet removed from the solar system.
After NASA’s announcement of the Mars discovery, we here at TBS are let down by the outcome. We didn’t get the present we wanted.
With the monumental NASA pass-by of Pluto due this week, we at TBS have obtained leaked emails that outline the government’s plan to Australianise the (almost) planet.
Barnaby Joyce’s dehumanising of asylum seekers might be questionable, but when it comes to halal certification, Michael Burrill finds the Minister for Agriculture to be surprisingly politically kosher.
Richard Jackson “unearths” a brilliant website, Cities at Night, at which the little planet on which we spin through the cosmos can be seen from night time…