Many volatiles are so eager to become gases that they’ll sublimate, meaning they’ll transform from solid to gas without
Starting Point: Aunt Chelsea’s Planet
I should have sold it. I still can, but now I know too much about the place to offload
A Solution for Long-Term Living on Low-Gravity Planets
There is another way to simulate a full Earth gravity on a low-gravity world; a real solution that doesn’t
SOHO is positioned between the Sun and Earth, and its mission is to monitor and study solar activity. Launched
Starting Point: Decisions, Decisions
Time was slowly running out. Grayson had to decide on a course of action.
Sciency Words: Moreton Waves – Sun Surfing
Okay, so you can’t really go surfing on the Sun, but if you could, the Sun’s got some pretty
Starting Point: The Cruithne Report
It was a slow news week and somehow a report about poor standards of safety on Cruithne made it
Inspiration Gallery #0315
See the inspirational work of the American artist, Mark Zug, concept artist and illustrator of several novels.
Sciency Words: The Carrington Event
Here’s the good news: the world didn’t end.
The Many Worlds Translocator™ began to hum loudly. It slowly shifted into a shrill high tone, and violently bright
Story Idea: One of Our Wormholes is Missing
... And so somebody pulls a dusty old tarp off some old equipment, and the rescue mission begins.
This is the fancy, technical term for stuff that gets thrown around whenever violent things happen.
Story Idea: Underhill Oversees
If you could build your own stargate and link it to one other country, which country would you choose?
Starting Point: Captain, Sweetie
"You brought me down from the ship for this? It looks like a bloody tree."
Sciency Words: Eccentricity
According to Kepler’s laws, no planet has a perfectly circular orbit. The “established norm” is a myth.
Starting Point: Any Landing You Can Walk Away From…
Alex Brunner was standing the surface of Mars. It was amazing. What was more amazing was that he had
Inspiration Gallery #0215
This month's Inspiration Gallery features the astounding artwork of Swedish artist Simon Fetscher.
Sciency Words: Chromatophore
Chromatophores are special cells in the skin of some animals, most notably the squid and the chameleon.
Artifexian – Dwarf Planet Info
Here's a video on dwarf planets. Chronicling everything from crazy tilts and orbits to seasonal atmospheres and potentially mining
Starting Point: Cowboys and Dinosaurs
He rode into Lodestone on the back of green and red feathered Struthiomimus. At his hip was his Smith