Laser technology recently revealed several ancient Cambodian cities — making up what was once the world’s largest empire, in the 12th century — hidden in the jungle.
Elon Musk doesn’t shoot for the moon; he shoots for Mars. And he hopes to bring people there in under ten years.
We don’t know what happens after we die, but our virtual selves carry on in some surprising ways.
EVERYBODY EVENTUALLY DIES, leaving the survivors to pick up the pieces and move on. In the past, this was simple; you died and somebody backed a truck up to your house and carried away your stuff. Today, however, a part of us lives on in our potentially immortal social media profiles.
WHETHER IT’S GRAVITY, The Martian or Apollo 13, it’s safe to say that people love space disaster movies. Take any emergency situation from Earth and transplant it into space and you’ve got the makings of an intense thriller.
But the reality of emergencies in space, especially medical ones, is far from entertaining. As interest in space travel continues to grow, surgeons and astronauts are teaming up to learn how to save lives in zero gravity — and some of the stories are truly out of this world.