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Many people don't realize this, but the majority of the world is not connected to the Internet. Google set out on a mission to figure out how to get cost effective, inexpensive and reliable connectivity to the remaining five to six billion people in the world who do not have it, and Project Loon was formed. Project Loon is the idea that by creating a network of high altitude balloons that float about 20 kilometers up, Internet access can be given to the entire world. According to Google, "Balloons present some really hard science problems, but we're excited about the progress so far."
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Frozen carbon dioxide, aka dry ice, exists on Mars. How do we know that? Scientists at NASA were observing gullies on Mars' mountains and hills. One different between the Mars and Earth's gullies is that Earth's end in what are debris aprons. Mars ones just stop. To figure out why that it is, the scientists headed to dunes to run some experiments.
If you have ever wondered what the inside of a black hole in space might look like, well NASA has a simulated look full of information just for you!
It's tornado season... on the sun! Check out these amazing images of "solar tornadoes" happening on our very own yellow star. What affect might they have on the Earth?
With "Star Trek Into Darkness" a blockbuster hit, of course The Key of Awesome has already made a hilarious parody. Slow Jam with Spock and friends as the half Vulcan gets some much needed love - KOA style!
There's a new Chris in space that we need to be on the look out for fun videos from! Chris Hadfield might be back on Earth, but American astronaut Chris Cassidy keeps the space education going by showing us how he shaves his head in space!
From The Key of Awesome, Spock is in heat and feels the need to procreate. Kirk helps him out with a slow jam, but it doesn't prevent Spock's lover from feeling jilted after the deed.
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Meet Mikey. At only 5 years old, Mikey was diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy. At 29, Mikey has traveled the world, inspired countless people with his motivational speeches, and even holds the world record for the highest skydiving jump performed by a disabled person. Now, friends of Mikey that have been inspired by his courage want to help make his dream come true, and they are enlisting the help of Richard Branson to do so. "My friend Mikey has always told me that anything is possible. With his help, I put this video together to see if we could make his biggest childhood dream of going into space a reality."
It's not just Star Trek the Musical, it's Star Trek the Musical as performed by very talented middle schoolers, and it's awesome. Thanks Rhett and Link for conveniently having all of our problems solved (except poor red-shirted security guard's demise, of course).
Captured in time-lapse, see an amazing celestial dance above northern Michigan. Named "North Country Dreamland", it really is the sight of slumbering imagination incredibly existing in real life. The universe is truly an amazing place. Via Lake Superior Photo.
After spending 5-months at the International Space Station, the crew from Expedition 35, Commander Chris Hadfield and Flight Engineers Tom Marshburn and Roman Romanenko, landed safely back on solid ground in southern Kazakhstan Monday night. Russian recovery teams were on hand to help the crew exit the Soyuz vehicle and adjust to gravity after 146 days in space. Hadfield's crew has been praised for inspiring a new generation to gain an interest in space exploration by using YouTube and other forms of social media to get a make kooky and educational videos, photos and tweets that got millions excited about space.
As if we needed another reason to love Chris Hadfield... The Internet's favorite astronaut will be heading back down to Earth Monday night, so he had to go out with a bang. To say goodbye, the Canadian created this inspiring music video cover of David Bowie's, "Space Oddity." Thank you Commander Hadfield, for teaching the world and inspiring a generation, you are out of this world!
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