Space
LunaNet developing internet for the Moon

NASA aims to have a manned base on the Moon with internet technology being developed for commun ...  
Space is a junkyard but we still have no quality broadband

Companies such as Starlink are cluttering space with inferior satellites with little concern for ...  
Elon Musk's SpaceX now leaving junk in our own backyard

After a SpaceX capsule crashed onto an Australian farm, we're left wondering if Elon Musk will ...  
Interplanetary internet: Communication out of this world

Various global agencies are contributing to the expansion of the internet for deep space commun ...  
Billionaires in space

Our economic and social system has bred people wealthy enough to squander the privilege of space ...  
Billionaires spend buckets on beating each other in space race

Billionaires have been battling it out, spending dollars and carbon at a huge rate in a bid to win ...  
Media hype over Mars rover ignores deadly truth

Media coverage of the Perseverance rover mission fails to report that NASA projected fair odds of ...  
Humans not welcome, says Man in the Moon

News of Australia's plan to visit the moon has somewhat annoyed the natural satellite's only ...  
Instagram and the death of the natural world

Dr Peter Fisher discusses the erosion of the natural environment at the hands of the digital ...  
Wren's week: Parliamentary bills, Aussies in space and a Federal ICAC

John examines the encryption bill, Australia's entry into the space program and the truth behind ...  
Australia's international space agency hype

Is the current hype about space travel justified, and what of the human and environmental cost? ...  
Think For Yourself: The Moon Landing

IA's critical thinker, John Turnbull takes on the fake Moon Landing loonies and asks you to Think ...  
As tensions rise in the South China Sea, could this be the solution?

The Chinese military raise the stakes in the South China Sea by sending fighter jets to its ...  
Scuttled submarines

Gee goes under the surface to investigate whether Australia's manufacturing industry will survive ...  
Pyne short on maths when it comes to 'prestige' degrees

Is the Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, having a lend when he reckons it's fair to pay ...  
Avoiding the fate of the dinosaurs

If the dinosaurs had built a space program, they could still be here to tell their tale — will ...  

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