Today, I thought we’d take a quick look around the blogosphere and see what other space/science enthusiasts have been writing about.
First up, why is science fiction so obsessed with alien life? Steven Lyle Jordan explores that question in an article for Medium. Click here to check out that article, or click here to visit Steven’s blog.
Next, NASA has announced the finalists for the next Discovery-class mission, and one of those finalists involves a return to Neptune (frickin’ finally, am I right?). Specifically, this would be a mission to explore Triton, Neptune’s largest moon. Jay Cole from Digestible Space can tell you more. Click here!
Meanwhile, NASA’s InSight mission has been gathering a surprising amount of data about earthquakes on Mars (a.k.a. marsquakes). Maybe Mars isn’t as geologically dead as we thought? Blaine Henry from Gimme Space can tell you more. Click here for that!
And lastly, but not leastly, Fran from My Hubble Abode pays tribute to a prominent Flat Earther who recently passed away. Fran has done many great posts debunking Flat Earth nonsense and other conspiracy theories. But still, everyone deserves some compassion and respect. Fran has set a wonderful example of how to disagree with someone without being disrespectful. Click here.
That’s all for now. If you read and enjoyed any of these posts, please be sure to let the author know with a comment. It’s important that we all keep sharing and spreading our love for space and for science!
Next time on Planet Pailly: this might sound like an odd question, but which way is time going?