Something Has Been Eating Our Space Probes!

By Richard K. Noots Many times in history we’ve blamed seemingly random occurrences on monsters. Whether it’s the Bermuda Triangle, why babies die around cats, or why Amelia Earhart disappeared, humans love a good mystery. So, when information came out that many of NASA’s probes had disappeared in the vastness of space, people began to question Why? Was it faulty equipment? Was it something…

You Might Remember This Photo, but What About the Man Who Took it?

By Richard K. Noots Steve McCurry has been taking photos for over thirty years, with the aforementioned one even being on a cover of Time Magazine. Still, he claims that many of his photos are just as good as his fame-catapulting one, and with his exhibit opening up soon in Villa Reale di Monza in…

Shouldn’t Space Exploration be a Bigger Deal for All of Us?

By Richard K. Noots You know who wouldn’t ever have to worry about overpopulation? Space-faring races, that’s who. Anyway, a really big deal in the world of Space-related news is the Rosetta Comet Mission. You see, comets are remnants of the days when our Solar System first formed. They’re the bits of planets that got…