Fashion on the final frontier: The story of the spacesuit
Ever since NASA retired the silver lamé Mercury spacesuits of the early 1960s astronauts have fallen a little behind in the fashion department, but now a new generation of spacesuits is being developed for both the public and private sectors.
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IcyBall was a name given to two early refrigerators, one made by Australian Sir Edward Hallstrom in 1923, and the other design patented by David Forbes Keith of Toronto, Ontario, Canada (filed 1927, granted 1929), and manufactured by American Powel C
Asgardia, the world's first 'space nation', takes flight
The world's first "space nation" has taken flight.
On November 12, Asgardia cemented its presence in outer space by launching the Asgardia-1 satellite.
The "nanosat" -- it is roughly the size of a loaf of bread -- undertook a two-day journey from N
First Moon colonists could be molemen living giant 50km cave
A Japanese space probe data confirmed that an enormous cavern stretching for about 50 kilometers exists beneath the moon's surface, offering a possible protected site for future lunar bases, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency said Oct. 18.
Another False Flag
This is where I came in (does that even mean anything anymore?). Something terrible happens at the hands of a "lone gunman" (in this case, five dozen innocent individuals are randomly and cold-bloodedly murdered, and several hundred are hurt, ine