The Emergency Wet Tissue by Jeongguk Lee, is a simple disposable gas mask, placed in public places. It’s a handy aid during a fire or smoke emergency situation.
Ever wondered what happens to your body if you don’t get enough water? Our bodies are mostly water by weight, so in today’s episode of SciShow Hank explains what happens to your body as it starts to shut down when you go without that tasty H2O.
It has spawned a host of songs from crooners to alternative rock bands. One of the best loved chocolate bars in the United Kingdom is named after it. Yet how much to we really know about the Milky Way and just how important is it?
We could be close to many answers about the galaxy thanks to a new satellite named Gaia, being launched by the European Space Agency.
This picture is from a couple of years ago, but still worth the extra look. The Cassini spacecraft — busily circling Saturn and gathering data on the ringed planet and its moons — managed to grab five of Saturn’s 62 known moons in one shot. The European Space Agency highlighted the picture on its home page this week.
For your daily space zing, check out an infographic recently highlighted on the Chandra X-ray Observatory’s Google+ page. Called “How to Color the Universe” (see it below), it explains why the colors we see from space telescope pictures are added in after the data is gathered.
Flame and fireworks. That’s what the Automated Transfer Vehicle Albert Einstein appeared to astronauts to be like as it made a planned dive into Earth’s atmosphere Nov. 2. The European Space Agency ship spent five months in space, boosting the International Space Station’s altitude several times and bringing a record haul of stuff for the astronauts on board the station to use.
A fleet of 100 automated “pod cars” will be installed in Milton Keynes, a small city north of London. They will run between the train station, downtown and various offices in-between.
Turns out living animals aren’t the only ones with internal clocks. Plants also have them and they’re driven by sugar!
Contagious yawning can be annoying, but it might also be a sign of good social skills. It’s a type of emotional contagion, a phenomenon in which we tend to share the feelings of people around us. Scientific American MIND editor Sandra Upson explains.
The Earth orbits the Sun in the Solar System, and the Solar System is embedded within a vast galaxy of stars. Just one in hundreds of billions of galaxies in the Universe. Ours is called the Milky Way because the disk of the galaxy runs across the sky as a band of glowing light, like spilled milk.