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This is what happens to your body if you die in space

As space travel for recreational purposes is becoming a very real possibility, there could come a time when we are traveling to other planets for holidays, or perhaps even to live. Commercial space company Blue Origin has already started sending paying customers on suborbital flights. And Elon Musk hopes to start a base on Mars with his firm SpaceX. This means we need to start thinking about what it will be like to live in space – but also what will happen if someone dies there. After death here...
Tags: Startups, Space, Elon Musk, Mars, Blue Origin, Next Featured

How To Deal With Sun & Mars In Libra Square Pluto

Mars has been aspecting Mercury pretty much nonstop for weeks. Mars is well known to be a trigger. It can trigger events and it can trigger people. With Mercury retrograde and Mars direct, the planets are separating at this point. … Read More...
Tags: Mars, Astrology, Sun-Pluto, Mars-Pluto, Libra Square Pluto

Aries Full Moon: Sharks

I n the film “Up in the Air,” George Clooney plays Ryan Bingham, whose career takes him all over the country to fire employees for companies that are downsizing. Ryan moves through life quickly, precisely, and without hesitation. He wields the machete of professional job termination with efficiency and (at least superficial) kindness, and once he has finished a job, he doesn’t look back. As Ryan tells a rapt audience of colleagues in a distinctly Aries-tinged monologue: “The slower we move, th...
Tags: Omaha, George Clooney, Mars, Saturn, Aries, Astrology, Clooney, Ryan, Ryan Bingham, Full Moon

Highlights for Oct. 18-24, 2021: Battle and Retreat

Battle and Retreat Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. North star W hat’s the meaning of life? Whenever Jupiter is retrograde (since June 20), we map the territory of our own belief systems. Our religion, our teachers, the great thinkers of the ages: external messages about why we’re here and what it’s all about are digested during Jupiter’s retrograde periods, as we sift through them to find a truth that sits well with us. To locate our north star, as it were. We’ve b...
Tags: California, US, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, Libra, Scorpio, Capricorn, Astrology, Southern California, Don, Northern Hemisphere, Mars Pluto, Sun Mars, Weekly

Elon Musk hopes he has enough wealth ‘to extend life to Mars’, but not everyone’s amused

Now, as someone pointed out that Elon Musk’s net worth has increased exponentially, the SpaceX CEO acknowledged it and expressed his wish to continue with his mission involving the Red Planet. Recently, popular crypto YouTuber Matt Wallace tweeted that Musk is now richer than Bill Gates and Warren Buffett combined, with a net worth equal to 861 billion Dogecoin. Many joined Wallace and Musk to share memes and jokes wondering if Dogecoin would be the currency on the Red Planet, while others disc...
Tags: Business, Spacex, Elon Musk, News, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Mars, Musk, Wallace, Red Planet, Matt Wallace, Dogecoin

Weekly Astrology Forecast October 18 – 24, 2021

Excerpt from Patreon – On October 23, the Sun enters Scorpio which is an interesting dynamic given that the modern and traditional rulers (Pluto and Mars) are still thrashing it out in a square with one another. Still, as we enter Scorpio season, the Sun puts our focus on unconscious motivation and material. Scorpio season brings deep reflection and intense self-analysis. As the days grow shorter in the Northern hemisphere and leaves fall, our thoughts turn inwards as we quietly witness death an...
Tags: Mars, Pluto, Scorpio, Astrology, Astrology Forecasts, weekly Astrology Forecast, Jupiter Energy

Perseverance rover captures stunning panoramic image of Mars’s South Séítah

NASA has released a stunning panoramic view of the surface of Mars, composed of pictures taken by the Perseverance rover.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Mars, Perseverance

China Launches 6-Month Crewed Mission, Cements Position as Global Space Power

"China launched a three-person crew into space in the early hours of Saturday," reports CNN, calling it "a major step for the country's young space program, which is rapidly becoming one of the world's most advanced..." They will dock at China's new space station, Tiangong (which means Heavenly Palace), six and a half hours after launch. They will live and work at the station for 183 days, or just about six months... "This will certainly be their longest mission, which is quite impressive when ...
Tags: China, Israel, US, Tech, Earth, Cnn, International Space Station, Moon, Mars, China Russia, Cheng, Dean Cheng, US Naval War College, Heavenly Palace, Global Space Power, Davis Institute for National Security

Astronomers Spot First Known Exoplanet To Survive Its Dying Star

"In our new paper, published in Nature, we report the discovery of the first known exoplanet to survive the death of its star without having its orbit altered by other planets moving around -- circling a distance comparable to those between the Sun and the Solar System planets," writes one of the study's authors, Dimitri Veras, in an article for The Conversation. From the report: This new exoplanet, which we discovered with the Keck Observatory in Hawaii, is particularly similar to Jupiter in bo...
Tags: Tech, Earth, Hawaii, Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Keck Observatory, Dimitri Veras

13 Movies Like A Quiet Place That Are Definitely Worth Watching

"A Quiet Place" was a refreshing original sci-fi horror movie that became a sensation when it debuted in 2018. It couldn't have come sooner. While great horror films were being produced by indie distributors like A24 and Neon, studio horror films of the time tended to be cheap found footage projects and lazy teen slasher flicks. A change of pace was very welcome.Director John Krasinski developed the original premise with co-writers Bryan Woods and Scott Beck, crafting a post-apocalyptic world wh...
Tags: London, Movies, California, Nasa, Earth, Roger Ebert, New Zealand, New Orleans, Suicide Squad, Danny Boyle, Graham, Mars, James Gunn, Ridley Scott, George Romero, Samantha

Watch NASA launch a spacecraft to explore ancient asteroids that lead and trail Jupiter around the sun

An illustration showing the Lucy spacecraft passing one of the Trojan Asteroids near Jupiter. Southwest Research Institute On Saturday, NASA launches its Lucy probe to the Trojan asteroids that orbit the sun with Jupiter. The Trojans are like fossils, unchanged since the solar system was born 4.6 billion years ago. Lucy aims to visit eight different asteroids - a record number of encounters. See more stories on Insider's business page. NASA is about to launch an ambitious mission to e...
Tags: Japan, Science, News, Dart, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Asteroids, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, Rocket Launch, Lucy, Neptune, Solar System, Kuiper Belt

Life on Mars: Marketeers Return to the Riviera After Two Long Years for Mipcom

For anyone who entered the Palais during the Cannes Film Festival in July, when a smattering of stands filled one corner of the sprawling complex, arriving at international TV confab Mipcom to find a more abundant supply of colorfully decorated sales booths felt like landing on Mars and discovering life. A willingness to get back […]
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What Do Venus and Mars Mean In A Natal Chart?

Some planets form natural pairs that balance each other. The Sun and the Moon. Venus and Mars. Jupiter and Saturn (expansion and restriction). I wanted to look at Venus and Mars. These planets show what you like (Venus) and how … Read More...
Tags: Mars, Venus, Astrology, Beginners, Mars Jupiter

Hidden Water Vapor Was Just Discovered On Europa's Icy Surface

After studying years of old Hubble space observations, a scientist just discovered all-new signs of water vapor lingering on Europa. When it comes to our Solar System, there are certain destinations that tend to take up the spotlight. Mars is the focal point for many people right now, there's a reemerging interest in the Moon, and everything else tends to take a backseat in mainstream conversations. One location that's quickly rising in interest, however, is Europa.Europa is one of four Galilea...
Tags: Sweden, Tech, Nasa, Hubble, Moon, European Space Agency, Mars, Jupiter, Europa, Roth, Ganymede, Europa Europa, Lorenz Roth, ScienceTechnology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Space

How to eat: chocolate pots

This month How to Eat deep-dives into chocolate pots – is mousse or cream better? Flake or Freddo? And why does spoon technique matter?It seems wrong that the world knows Gordon Ramsay’s name while the creator of the extraordinary seasoning for tangy cheese Doritos remains anonymous. Where are the Michelin stars for the hidden heroes of food science? The magazine covers for the lab-coated magicians who invented Lindt balls, Magnums or Mini Cheddars?For who has brought you more pleasure in life? ...
Tags: Food, Snacks, Michelin, Chocolate, Gordon Ramsay, Mars, Dessert, René Redzepi, Cadbury, Noma, Lindt, Freddo, Flake

We're One Step Closer To Uncovering Secrets Of Ancient 'Centaur' Comets

Comets are a frequent and gorgeous occurrence in outer space, and a study recently outlined plans for how scientists could watch them be created in real-time. As it's been proven time and time again, the mysteries of space are continually fascinating. Planets in our Solar System have many stories to tell, faraway galaxies hold countless other secrets, and there's a constant drive in the science community to uncover as many of these as possible. Thanks to constantly advancing technology, each...
Tags: Science, Tech, Nasa, Earth, University Of Chicago, Mars, Jupiter, Neptune, Seligman, Darryl Seligman, Neptune Between

How To Deal With Sun & Mars Square Pluto

Mars has been aspecting Mercury pretty much nonstop for weeks. Mars is well known to be a trigger. It can trigger events and it can trigger people. With Mercury retrograde and Mars direct, the planets are separating at this point. … Read More...
Tags: Mars, Astrology, Sun-Pluto, Mars-Pluto, Mars square Pluto

William Shatner cried telling Jeff Bezos about his flight to space: 'I hope I never recover from this'

Jeff Bezos pins astronaut wings on William Shatner after the "Star Trek" star's spaceflight on October 13, 2021. Blue Origin William Shatner flew to the edge of space aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket on Wednesday. Upon landing back on Earth, an emotional Shatner shared his reflections on the flight with Jeff Bezos. Shatner said looking at the blackness of space was like looking at death: "I hope I never recover from this." William Shatner poured his heart out on camera after...
Tags: Texas, Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Star Trek, Mars, Jeff Bezos, William Shatner, Rocket Launch, Blue Origin, Mother Earth, Bezos, James T Kirk, Shatner

Welcher Wein zu deinem Sternzeichen passt – empfohlen von Expert:innen

Wir lieben unseren Wein – und doch standen wir alle schon mal ratlos und überfordert vor der gigantischen Auswahl im Supermarkt oder Weingeschäft. Vom Jahrgang über die Region bis hin zur Geschmacksrichtung: Wenn du deinen Blick über die Weinregale wandern lässt, gibt es da ganz schön viel zu lesen. Wenn du keine Lust mehr darauf hast, frustriert zum selben durchschnittlichen Pinot Noir zu greifen, den du im Zweifelsfall immer kaufst, haben wir gute Neuigkeiten: Die spanische Weinmarke ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mars, Blanc, Bilder, Arbeit, Rolle, Sterne, Gott, Kurz, Stier, Jungfrau, Meister, Herz, Wahl, Umgebung

6 analog astronauts are camping out in the Israeli desert for a month to simulate life on Mars

Analog astronauts from a European and Israeli team walk in spacesuits during a training mission at the Ramon Crater in Israel's southern Negev desert on October 10, 2021. Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images In Israel, six analog astronauts are living and working in a small structure to simulate life on Mars. The month-long mission aims to help scientists learn how to avoid mistakes that would endanger real astronauts. Scientists are monitoring the group for signs of poor mental and physical hea...
Tags: Utah, Spacex, Elon Musk, Science, News, Israel, Trends, Spain, Nasa, Earth, Hawaii, Mars, Simulation, Astronauts, Reuters, Afp

Ground control to Captain Kirk! William Shatner is off to the final frontier, for real

At the age of 90, the Star Trek star is set to board Jeff Bezos’s space ship today. It’s just the latest chapter in a long relationship between the sci-fi smash and real-life space odysseysWilliam Shatner to blast off on Bezos rocket to become oldest person in space‘Risk is our business!” So declared William Shatner in the 1968 Star Trek episode Return to Tomorrow. His character, Cpt James T Kirk, in a speech worthy of his real-life inspiration President John F Kennedy, led his crew through an i...
Tags: Space, Science, Television, Nasa, Star Trek, Culture, Television & radio, US television, John F Kennedy, Mars, Jeff Bezos, William Shatner, Bezos, Kirk, Shatner, Kirk William Shatner

NASA video reveals complexity of Mars Sample Return mission

Watch this NASA video showing the complex series of steps required to bring the first samples of Mars rock to Earth, a mission it plans to carry out by 2030.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Mars, Mars Sample Return

NASA Develops ‘Internet’ For The Moon And Beyond

NASA developed LunaNet, an ‘internet’ network for the Moon and the Artemis missions. Artemis is NASA’s program to establish a long-term human presence on the Moon. The international moon program is the tip-of-the-sword of the US in the new space race, however, Artemis II has been delayed due to a legal lawsuit over a lunar landing module awarded to SpaceX by NASA and questioned by Blue Origin.Artemis I is set to launch in November, sending a crew-less Orion spacecraft to our natural satellite. ...
Tags: Science, US, Tech, Nasa, Moon, Orion, Mars, Artemis, DTN, Moon The Artemis Base Camp, LunaNet

The company behind Pedigree and M&M's is ramping up its sustainability goals to include its suppliers and farmers around the world

The headquarters of Mars Chocolate in McLean, Virginia. Orlin Wagner/AP Photos Mars Inc. has ramped up its sustainability strategy across its entire global business model. Goals for issues like carbon neutrality and deforestation are now tied to executive compensation. Farming practices are the largest challenge for Mars due to the size and scope of its suppliers. The multinational company Mars Inc., the parent company of popular global brands like Iams, Pedigree, and Snickers, recently an...
Tags: California, Trends, West Africa, Mars, McLean Virginia, Mars Inc, Parkin, Royal Canin, Karen K Ho, Barry Parkin, Orlin Wagner AP Photos Mars Inc, Twix Parkin, Livelihoods Carbon Fund

Peter Norvig Leaves Google To Join Stanford AI Unit

Artificial intelligence expert Peter Norvig is joining the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI this fall as a Distinguished Education Fellow, with the task of developing tools and materials to explain the key concepts of artificial intelligence. From a blog post: Norvig helped launch and build AI at organizations considered innovators in the field: As Google's director of research, he oversaw the tech giant's search algorithms and built the teams that focused on machine translation, speech ...
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See where these astronauts are simulating Mars expedition

Mission AMADEE-20 launched in October, deploying a team of analog astronauts to test out living on Mars.
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Ep. 100 | Aries Full Moon, Scorpio Season, & Our Centenary Celebration!

Show Notes for Episode 100 (10/11/2021) 100 | Aries Full Moon, Scorpio Season, & Our Centenary Celebration! Come on in, as April and Jen invite you to celebrate our 100th episode! In this episode, we hop into the way-back machine, laugh a lot, and tackle some astrology along the way: the musical Capricorn First Quarter Moon; a contentious Aries Full Moon (featuring quarrelsome Mars and Pluto); the Sun making a joyful aspect to Jupiter and a wretched aspect to Pluto before entering brooding ...
Tags: Podcast, US, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, Libra, Astrology, Jen, Episodes, Podcast News, PODATHON, Capricorn First Quarter Moon FQM, Faunabelle Tarot Tenth House, Victoria Pendragon Let

Weekly Astrology Forecast October 11 – 17, 2021

Excerpt from Patreon – Still continuing with the Saturnian theme, we also have the First Quarter Moon in Capricorn on October 13. The Sun in Libra highlights the need for good relationships, but the hard-nosed Moon in Capricorn may not be in the mood for schmoozing customers. This is a somewhat tempestuous set-up as Mars is still in a conjunction with the Sun and the Moon is headed towards a conjunction to Pluto. So essentially, this quarter Moon is kicking off the upcoming Mars-Pluto square, se...
Tags: Moon, Mars, Libra, Capricorn, Astrology, Mars Pluto, Johann, Astrology Forecasts, Cornelis Springer, weekly Astrology Forecast, Patreon This Week, Venus Sun

NASA Rover Captures Breathtaking Mars Landscape Photo You Can't Miss

Mars' landscape may be barren and dangerous to human life, but thanks to photos like this from NASA's advanced rovers, that doesn't stop it from looking any less stunning. Although humans have yet to set foot on Mars, robotics and other technologies have allowed astronomers to closely analyze the mysterious planet. Whether it be bleeding-edge telescopes, rovers, helicopters, orbiters, or something else, humans have found inventive ways to closely study a planet we've never actually visited.One ...
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Perseverance confirms Jezero Crater was once a lake, could have supported life

Data from the Perseverance rover confirms that the Jezero Crater was once a large lake, supporting the possibility that life could once have blossomed on Mars.
Tags: News, Trends, Nasa, Mars, Perseverance, Water On Mars, Jezero Crater