On the Beach with Mars: NASA Image of the Day

Look at that. Look how beautiful. Such a majestic site to behold. It just fills one with wonder and awe. I mean seriously, what an amazing looking dog. Good boy! Oh, and that sky is pretty impressive as well. On the Beach with Mars Explanation: At the end of last year's northern summer, after its

By |2022-04-30T12:37:11-06:00June 2nd, 2022|Features, Science & Space, Summertime|0 Comments

Jupiter is Far Out: NASA Image of the Day

This image is made up of two things I really enjoy: Space stuff and psychedelic art. And not since the final section of 2001: A Space Odyssey has the two been blended so well together! In all seriousness, this is pretty clever. Some groovy artist/graphic designer/free-spirit individual not tied down by the restraints placed on

…X-Rays From Uranus: NASA Image of the Day

[INSERT JOKE HERE] But seriously folks... Detecting X-Rays From Uranus Astronomers have detected X-rays from Uranus for the first time, using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, as shown in this image from March 2021. This result may help scientists learn more about this enigmatic ice giant planet in our solar system. Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun

By |2021-07-02T08:51:46-06:00July 2nd, 2021|Science & Space, Tachyon Emissions|0 Comments

Finding a Missing Black Hole: NASA Image of the Week

Today's image is of a black hole, or rather the lack of a black hole. There should be a black hole but no evidence of a black hole where the black hole should be exists.  If this sounds confusing, it is. Or at least it is to an untrained blogger whose expertise is in stories

By |2021-01-19T10:15:33-07:00January 19th, 2021|Science & Space, Tachyon Emissions|0 Comments

Retrofuturistic NASA Space Art: NASA Image of the Week

Happy Tuesday! Way back in the long-forgotten days of the mid-2010s I used to post images from the NASA.gov website, specifically their "Image of the Day" section. I did this for two reasons: 1) The images are really cool and I love space and science and 2) Not gonna lie, it was a really simple

By |2021-01-05T11:34:37-07:00January 5th, 2021|Science & Space, Tachyon Emissions|0 Comments

Eye of Sauron Seen over the Antartica! (or maybe its the sun)

BREAKING NEWS: Sauron, the lord of darkness - also known as the Necromancer - long thought dead has reappeared over Antarctica. Using his go-to guise of a large disembodied eye, Sauron has been seen gathering followers from the surrounding area. As the area is frozen, desolate tundra the followers have been limited so far to

By |2020-10-20T12:30:17-06:00February 1st, 2018|Features, Science & Space|0 Comments

Jovey McJupiterface (or Ego the Living Planet is Real): NASA Image of the Day

Fist let's get this out of the way and mention that scientist Jason Major titled this image “Jovey McJupiterface” because scientists are awesome in so, so many ways. The second thing we need to address is the fact that Ego the Living Planet is real! As everyone knows Ego the Living planet is...well...a living planet. And

By |2017-06-30T15:22:26-06:00June 30th, 2017|Science & Space|0 Comments

A Mass of Viscous Flow Features: NASA Image of the Day

Usually when ones hears the words "viscous flow" you are not expecting to see something beautiful. No, usually it is preceded by the question: "Does this look infected?" and followed by the answer: "Dude, you should see a doctor." But in this case it's actually quite stunning. Images taken by the Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC)

By |2017-03-09T22:53:53-07:00March 9th, 2017|Science & Space|0 Comments

Brilliant Star Death in “Rotten Egg” Nebula: NASA Image of the Day

Goodnight Miss Calabash Nebula, wherever you are! (If you get that joke, congratulations! You're old). So here is another example of the universe being beautiful in the throws of death. I mean, if you're a sun and you're gonna die it might as well be spectacular right? Also, this particular "star death" smells like rotten eggs.

By |2017-02-11T13:16:26-07:00February 11th, 2017|Science & Space|0 Comments
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