Good afternoon, space fans! It’s been another week of excellence from the orbital office! Here’s what was up…
Good evening, space fans! What a week for working offshore of the world! Here's what was up...
|Sometimes the Earth acts up:|
Hurricanes Lester, Madeline, and Gaston
breeze over seas.
(Image courtesy NASA.gov.)
Good afternoon, space fans! We've swung a little outside the usual orbit today, but will be back later on this evening (or possibly early tomorrow, depending on your Earthling location) with all of this week's stories from space! Standby for the science...watch this space!
Good afternoon space fans! It's been another wonderful week for our friends whipping around above the world. Here's what was up!
|The SpaceX Dragon heads back to the realm of mortals.|
(Image courtesy phys.org.)
It sounds like something out of the future, but it's actually in operational trials for human beings right now: a new type of surgery that uses ultrasonic sound waves to target specific neurons for eradication, thus healing certain brain malfunctions non-invasively...
|This is a "song" that can heal certain brain anomalies,|
if it gets stuck in your head properly.
(Image courtesy itnonline.com.)
It seems that the only technology progressing as rapidly as the robots who are going to take your jobs is that of 3-D printing. Capable of creating clothes, huts, offices, art, prosthetic limbs, space station parts, and more, the science has now expanded to being able to reproduce the organs that are used to reproduce.
|Even though they actually work, can we please call them "faux-varies"?|
(Image courtesy chicagotribune.com.)
Sometimes, it doesn’t take Wikileaks or the Russians to make a hack that changes everything. Even a small-scale rerouting of the information superhighway can have an impact on everyday humans, and possibly even work in everyone’s best interests. That was the thought behind this one unassuming new invention…
|The Internet of Things?|
How about the NON-Internet of Things?
(Image courtesy news.co.au.)