- It’s that time of the month when you get to read about all the fun technology ideas I have seen recently, so let’s jump in, yay!
New heat shields for electronic devices that are just atoms thick.
Organic molecules could
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October is here which means amazing weather and fall colors … Read more
Science fiction is my favorite variety of fiction. Like fantasy, it imagines a world and a universe full of unfettered possibility. We aren’t constrained by logic or gravity. There are rules, but nearly all of them can be broken or … Read more
In this monthly feature, we span the globe to examine Our Changing Landscape with a time series of medium resolution RapidEye satellite imagery. The RapidEye archive dates back to late 2008 and already contains more than 14 billion square kilometers … Read more
Every time we look at WorldView-3 and WorldView-4 (WV3/4) imagery, we are blown away. And we hope you are equally impressed with the data! We have been on a streak of high off-nadir images as were in Europe last month … Read more
Do you have an area of interest that requires regularly updated imagery but you do not have time to check daily for this data?
Or perhaps you have a remote location that needs updated imagery but you cannot afford a … Read more
110 light-years from our home, a planet with mass eight times greater than Earth orbits in the habitable zone of its star. K2-18b lies in the constellation Leo and is the first discovery of its kind: a planet with water … Read more
The only bit of wisdom I recall ever coming up with was this one statement said over beers to a longhaul trucker, who I’d just met and never would see again, at a dive bar, when we were chatting about … Read more