Tags: Astronomy, galaxy, milky way, Photography
Tags: Astronomy, Science, science fiction, Webware, wiki, world building
Interested in Geocide? Would you like to attempt it? Unconvinced of the importance of doing so? Check in with the International Earth-Destruction Advisory Board to make sure you’re not too late and then delve into the details.
In September of 2003, NASA sent its Galileo spacecraft tumbling into Jupiter’s atmosphere. One month later, a mysterious black spot was observed on the Jovian surface. Richard Hoagland suspects that the intense pressure of the Jovian atmosphere may have created an atomic explosion, resulting from the compression of Galileo’s plutonium fuel.
What could be better than Pop ‘n Lock? How about Synchronized Japanese Pop ‘n Lock?
To the designer: Bravo!
Think of it as “Google Map Of The Heavens.”
Strange Paths author Gilgamesh would like to provide some hard numbers to the debate of interstellar colonization (and, strangely, tag the post as “philosophy.”)
This massive GIF file shows, in powers of 10, how far it is to everywhere else anywhere ever (warning: most places you’re likely to be are squeezed between pixels).
How Saturn is predicted to be distorted by high-speed travel. (MPEG warning)