I continue to be astonished by the discoveries about Pluto in the last year or so.
Wow, the frontend code for theguardian.com is all open source and on github.
This animations show the remarkably complex process of deploying the James Webb telescope.
It’s not a big surprise that our bodies are deeply adapted to operating in gravity.
The IAU now has a working group to collect colloquial names for stars.
I really enjoy the All Things Linguistic blog by Gretchen McCulloch and have linked to a few of them here.
A “Lake Superior”-sized body of underground ice, and that “represents less than one percent of all known water ice…
This is an amusing retcon to call it a selfie.
“roundest natural object ever observed in nature” — what a superb superlative
Ha! I had to read it twice. Not sure whether to post this under “Humor” or “Science” 🙂