Pluto has a buried ocean kept liquid by a layer of gas. And, it may contain life! Gimme a hell yeah!
Got a couple of really rad news and notes regarding the solar system’s favorite non-planet, Pluto! First up! The planet may harbor a buried ocean! Second up! Said oceans may harbor life.
Hubble! Doing work, per usual. Sharing gorgeous glimpses into the cosmos, per usual.
Pretty rad stuff to happen in our lifetime: Pluto’s atmosphere is going to completely freeze in 11 years. Winter only hits Pluto every 248 Earth years, and it’s arriving in 2030.
Mars got some gnarly landslides at volcanic plains called the Cerberus Fossae. This entire headline fucking rules!
Mars! Got itself some fucking volcanic plains! And some fucking landslides! Man, I’m down for all of this.
China ain’t fucking around with the Moon, friends. They’re angling to get their asses established up there as soon as possible. What does this mean? Hopefully, it’ll light a fire under everyone else.
We all knew that Japan bombed an asteroid. Which, is awesome unto itself. But, getting to see it in action? Doubly awesome. Awesome-aweosme.
NASA is planning on visting a shattered, volcanic asteroid called Psyche. Space is so fucking metal!
It’s become a refrain of mine, but I’ll stop using it when it stops being true. Space is so fucking metal. I mean, a shattered, volcanic asteroid? Hell yeah.
Not cool, city-sized star. While I appreciate an ultra-dense neutron star the size of Manhattan, I’d also like us to be able to check out our own black hole.
Proxima Centauri is the nearest star to us. And we’ve known for a while that it had an exoplanet. However, scientists now believe the motherfucker may have a second exoplanet orbiting it. Read the rest of this entry »
Japan’s Hayabusa spacecraft bombed an asteroid to release dust and collect a sample. Space exploration fucking rules!
Japan’s Hayabusa has bombed an asteroid, friends. Just let that marinate. It did so to collect some dust samples, and how fucking metal is that?