Incredible show of fluid dynamics in Zero-G at the ISS

This new video from Chris Hadfield, commander of the International Space Station is pretty amazing.

Picture of the Day: Oil spill on sand… Kind of.

Satellite imagery of a volcanic desert reveals its greener past: The sands of Harrat Khaybar, in the Saudi Arabian desert, weren’t always so parched. Evidence on the ground, such as fossilized hippo teeth, has led geologists to conclude that this dessicated lava field was once a lush grassland. But the case is even clearer from […]

Mt. Etna’s Eruption As Seen from Space

Mount Etna has been putting on a show lately, a scary show for those living nearby, but a spectacular one nonetheless. The recent eruption only resulted in stunning YouTube videos and not in any damage.

Dark Matter Possibly Discovered by ISS Experiment

The ongoing search for dark matter may finally be drawing closer to an end as researchers operating the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) instrument, mounted to the side of the ISS, are teasing the scientific community with supposed clues to an announcement of great importance that is coming in a few weeks.

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