Oh god! Can you imagine if some intelligent species really is blasting out radio signals from afar? Looking for fellow sentient beings? They would be so, so fucking disappointed in us. Or, maybe not. Who knows. That said, these radio signals probably ain’t from an intelligent life form. But! The source could still be dope as fuck. Like, a goddamn neutron star. See, I told you. Still dope.
Citizen astronomers out here doing work! Making moves! Finding planets! What a future, friends. What a future.
NASA releases first clear picture of Ultima Thule, the farthest object ever explored by a spacecraft!
Look at this Frosty The Snowman-lookin’ motherfucker! It’s none other than Ultima Thule, the farthest object ever explored by a spacecraft. Space, my friends, is fucking rad.
Hey! Here’s a look at NGC 3981, which is gorgeous! Despite being short and stubby, cause hey. We’re all beautiful despite our flaws, right?
Mars Express orbiter snags gorgeous image of the Korolev Crater which is filled with pristine ice all damn year long
Man, check out this goddamn gorgeous image from Mars. FROM. MARS. Of the Korolev Crater, which is filled with flawless ice. All goddamn year long. Space. It fucking rules.
Astronomers have found Farout, friends. It’s the most-distant known object in our solar system. And you’re itching to ask, what exactly is Farout? They ain’t fucking sure! Maybe a dwarf planet! Or, dare we say it, perhaps Planet X? None the less, we found it, and it’s damn far away. About 11.15 billion miles from the sun.
Yo! We ain’t just taking out here in interstellar space, baby! We also dropping pictures from inside the sun’s atmosphere!
Feeling blue? Humanity got you down? Well, check this shit out. NASA announced that Voyager 2 has entered interstellar space. In other words, we got two fucking probes that have left our solar system. If that doesn’t tickle your tits I don’t know what does.
Man, it can seem gloomy here on Earth. Stuffed into the material plane. But, every once in a while something dope comes along. Case in point? NASA has dropped the first sounds ever recorded on Mars.