Scientists have created an AI to figure out the structure of the Universe. Crack that code, robo-genius!
Scientists in Japan have created an AI to determine the structure of the Universe! And, other happy horseshit like unraveling the mysteries surrounding dark matter. Sounds rad as fuck! Go (not truly) AI, go!
Space Swoon: Behold the Milky Way Galaxy’s center featuring 84 million stars. We are cosmic ants, but it’s okay!
I say goddamn. Bask in this image of the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, featuring 84 million stars.
Scientists find evidence of second planet orbiting the star closest to the sun, Proxima Centauri. Wild, wild times.
Scientists have made a discovery, friends! They’re always up to that fucking shit. This particular discovery? That of a second exoplanet orbiting Proxima Centauri, the star closest to our own.
The first asteroid has been found inside the orbit of Venus. Yeah astronomers! Making discoveries! Kicking ass!
The SpaceWizards at Caltech dropped a discovery today, folks! They’ve found the first asteroid to orbit entirely within the orbit of Venus. I must confess I didn’t know this was a thing, but I’m glad I’m getting learned.
NASA’s TESS mission finds Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone. Which is rad and all, but like, it’s 100 light-years away
On one hand, I want to be really stoked about NASA finding an Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone. But, at the same time we’re doing a good job of toasting ourselves before we get anywhere near a planet 100 light-years away. You know?
Some astronomers believe Jupiter is flinging comets into the solar system. Not stopping them. What the fuck, bro!
Jupiter! For years, I operated under the idea that it protected the Earth from comets. That was the consensus! Fuck! However, some astronomers now believe it may be doing the exact opposite.
Humans are sending 3 New Rovers to Mars in 2020 to search for life. Let’s go, Martians! Reveal yourselves.
Humans are sending three new rovers to Mars in 2020. All in an effort to find signs of life. For fuck’s sake, which one of you rovers is going to step up?
Hubble out there, friends! Snapping images. Capturing bulges. I’m here for it!
MAMBO-9! It’s on of the most distant galaxies ever spotted! And, it’s also a deeply blown opportunity to name a galaxy after Lou Bega. Win some, lose some, I guess.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft caught this gorgeous image of Jupiter! It was taken as the spacecraft sped away from the big gaseous bastard, and provides a look at its southern hemisphere.