Wednesday Wanderings: A Simulated Mars City in the UAE, Cassini’s Final Images and 10 Things We Learned about Saturn

The United Arab Emirate is building an entire simulated city to begin researching how humans could live on Mars: Mars City Launched in 1997, the Cassini spacecraft took its final images of Saturn and its moons before crashing into the giant planet last month: Cassini And here are 10 things we learned about Saturn during … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: A Simulated Mars City in the UAE, Cassini’s Final Images and 10 Things We Learned about Saturn

Wednesday Wanderings: No Aliens to Contact?, New Fairytales, Our Ninth Planet (Maybe), and Studying the Mid-Atlantic Ridge Volcanos

Is this the reason we haven't been able to contact any alien races? Aliens 500 new fairytales have been found in Germany: Fairy Tales Oceanographers are set to study part of the 40,000 mile long mid-ocean ridges: Mid-Ocean Ridges Is there a ninth planet in our solar system? Astronomers think there may be: Ninth Planet … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: No Aliens to Contact?, New Fairytales, Our Ninth Planet (Maybe), and Studying the Mid-Atlantic Ridge Volcanos

Wednesday Wanderings: World’s Largest Cave, Ancient Pompeii Opens, ST VII Concept Art, and Planetary Exploration Timeline

This is the largest cave in the world, and has its own mini-climate: Son Doong Cave Italy has opened six villas preserved in ancient Pompeii: Pompeii Here's some really neat concept art that Lucasfilm has released from┬áThe Force Awakens: Star Wars Art This is a rather neat look at planetary exploration timelines from 2003 projected … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: World’s Largest Cave, Ancient Pompeii Opens, ST VII Concept Art, and Planetary Exploration Timeline