You know, with Reality on Fire, it’s easy to miss dope news like this. Check this shit out. The oceans of Jupiter’s moon Europa? May be fucking habitable.
CERN has approved the plans for a $23 billion, 62-mile long super-collider. Study that Higgs boson, fellas!
CERN has approved the plans for a new super-collider, friends. And this one? It’s fucking four times bigger than the existing one. 62 miles long! They’re getting ready to study that Higgs boson with even more fucking precision.
NASA’s New Horizons is fucking far away, folks. How far away? Well, I’ll tell ya! Especially if you didn’t read the headline. The motherfucker is so far away, its seeing stars at a different angle.
Astronomers have cracked a fucking code, folks. Mystery patches that have puzzled them for more than a decade on Saturn’s moon Titan have been revealed to be “dry lake beds” of hydrocarbon. Pretty fucking rad.
Saturn’s moon Titan is getting the fuck out of here, friends. We knew it was drifting away from Saturn, but scientists have found the fucker leaving 100 times faster than previously thought.
Scientists have confirmed what they have suspected for forty-years. The motherfucking Martian atmosphere has a green glow. Hell yeah, my dudes.
Man, space is fucking huge. Incomprehensibly so. The latest example? This comet tail, which stretched for over a billion kilometers. Insane.
Oh fucking hell! Mars has a goddamn monopoly on awesomeness in our solar system (though, granted, Jupiter is amazing, so is Saturn, okay, they’re all rad). Apparently, the son of a bitch may have once had rings.
SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station. Three cheers for privatizing space!
I’m pretty fucking stoked that SpaceX successfully launched its rocket, and docked with the ISS. At the same time, I’m bummed that it’s going to be Musk and a bunch of billionaire dickheads that colonize the Microsoft Galaxy and Planet Starbucks.
Here’s a little batch of cosmic glory for you motherfuckers, on this Friday. It’s a gorgeous tapestry taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, and captures thousands of stars. I said, thousands!
Hit the jump for the full glory and details!