Look up, TV people.

6 November 2009 grant b 0

New Scientist points out an unexpected sunny side of the recent switch to digital broadcasting: it’s suddenly a lot easier for radio telescopes to see […]

We found the seeds.

20 August 2009 grant b 0

Reuters carries the story of the first seed of life to be discovered on a comet: The latest findings add credence to the notion that […]

Loonier than Luna.

13 July 2009 grant b 0

The archives of Space.com have produced an old but strikingly weird story about a strikingly weird discovery – a second moon orbiting invisibly around Earth: […]

What’s squeezing Betelgeuse?

15 June 2009 grant b 0

National Geographic breaks the worrying news that Betelgeuse is shrinking: Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, first measured the star in 1993 with an […]

Cosmic dacquiri.

5 May 2009 grant b 0

The Guardian explains an awful lot about how things have gotten so out of hand for so very, very long by revealing proof that we’re […]

Scratch that asteroid.

1 May 2009 grant b 0

Science Daily blows a hole in what had been history’s biggest explosion with news that that colossal asteroid that made the Yucatan might not have […]