This video shows that honey likes to act a little bit silly when it's taken to outer space. In 2014 astronaut David Saint-Jacques demonstrated what happened when he opened a honey jar in a microgravity setting. Without Earth's gravity, the honey looks like a piece of yellow silly putty floating in mid-air. The outer-space honey looks like so much fun to play with and, for some reason, looks like it would taste even better, too.
From NewScientist: Astronomers have spotted what may be the most powerful explosion ever seen. The gamma ray burst, called GRB221009A, was spotted on 9 October, and even its afterglow is brighter than most objects in the sky. This type of gamma ray burst (GRB) is thought to occur when a massive star explodes in a supernova, leaving… READ THE REST
In a recent press release containing new images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, the National Aeronautic and Space Administration said that something weird was going on in outer space. No, really, that's what they said: In recent years, thanks to data from Hubble and other telescopes, astronomers found another twist: a discrepancy between the… READ THE REST
Here in the Milky Way galaxy, all of our planets rest on the same flat plane, circling around the equator of the sun; for argument's sake, let's say we're all on about the same horizontal alignment. This matches up with our outstanding of gravity and poles, and it's something that scientists have seen repeated in… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. The internet is a chaotic, weird, beautiful thing where you can find things from amazing infographics to fun news blurbs about what is clearly the prologue to a horror movie. When you're… READ THE REST