Why NASA is landing another spacecraft on Mars

To get the Biker Mice to Earth. That’s true, sheeple, NASA wants illegal aliens in our planet, so they can steal our jobs, rape our wives and all that crazy shit typically written by delusional right-wing folks. Jokes apart, tune in the NASA livestream if you want to watch the landing.

novembro 26, 2018 · 1 minuto · Bruno Miguel

TESS is officially looking for exoplanets

Step aside, Kepler, TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) is in town and ready to discover more exoplanets (planets outside of our solar system) and closer to “home”. From Engadget: TESS is a follow-up to Kepler, a spacecraft that has spent the last nine years searching for Earth-like exoplanets near Sun-like stars. Though it may be on its last legs, Kepler has already found 2,650 confirmed exoplanets and even more are expected to be discovered from the data it has collected....

julho 30, 2018 · 1 minuto · Bruno Miguel