To prove that cash moves everything around us, NASA is now opening up the International Space Station as a holiday destination.
Space was once the final frontier of man’s striving. It now solely belongs to those who can afford to tour (and profit from) it.
So, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos wants to be the first to market space. Considering the problems we have here, I don’t think it’s the greatest idea.
Cimon, a robot assisting astronauts in space made headlines after calling a human out on his behaviour. You know what, it was fair. You guys are rude.
The man who articulated the final frontier wants to launch Jacinda Ardern’s baby into space. For some reason.
In an effort to understand obesity on a grand scale, AI is now being trained to analyse the urban factors via imagery on Google Maps.
As it stands, Australia is one of the few OECD nations without a space program. Considering our first attempt suffered at the hands of bureaucracy, this one may burn up on re-entry.
Oh, dear. Overnight, Donald launched his SpaceFarce, England barely won and one woman hit the jackpot. Sort of.
Every SME needs a space to grow. For those looking to grow theirs in a cost-effective way, look no further than the places that Christie Spaces can launch you to.
Buzz Aldrin has been to space, and you haven’t. With the man passing a lie detector test regarding his UFO encounter, should we now tool up for extraterrestrial invasion?
So, Elon Musk now owns space. Wow. However, with the final frontier now set to be the next billboard, we’re all doomed. Bring on the Spacebook Wars.
The Big Smoke spoke to Jason Crusan about how NASA uses data to enable projects. Mr Crusan is director of Advanced Exploration Systems, a division of NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate, and is speaking at ADMA’s Global Forum this month.
With the rarely-seen Mercury revealing itself to us tomorrow morning, we spoke with Sydney Observatory about this, as well as other recently-discovered celestial phenomena.
We Humans are an inquisitive brilliant bunch. We’re also quite thick. To prove it, here’s a short list of inane objects that we’ve put into space, because #progress