Global Update : A View From NASA’s Suomi Satellite


For the first time in five years, NASA has released a map of the Earth at night. Using the powerful Suomi NPP satellite and some complex computer algorithms, here we have a public view of our planet for the first time in five years, from the distant, celestial night. The […]

NASA Technology You Can Wear

Images: Ministry of Supply

If you’re not yet familiar with Phase Change Materials (PCMs), let the Apollo Shirt from Ministry of Supply serve as your wearable  introduction. Developed in the 1980s by NASA engineers at Johnson Space Center in collaboration with private industry, PCMs change state at different temperatures, helping regulate temperature shifts in textiles […]

The Serendipity of the Iconic “Earthrise” Photo


On Christmas Eve 1968, the first humans to ever orbit the moon were rewarded with an astounding vision of the Earth rising over it; it was a once-in-a-lifetime photographic opportunity they almost missed completely. From NPR: “It just so happens that as they came around, Bill Anders, the rookie on […]

Music that makes you think a little more. Part 3/3 – Seekae

  Ready? With Seekae‘s (Australia’s done it again!) track titled 3, we conclude our mini-series.  The track starts with a simple and sweet guitar solo.  But soon enough the journey takes a nosedive (or transcension, depending on how you look at it) to a whole new realm before coming back […]