Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by semipenguin, Jun 22, 2016.
Satellite captures space junk for the first time
Only 39,999 more to go.
So what do they do with it once it's in the net?
Maybe they can use something like that to start collecting the garbage islands that are floating around the ocean.
The net is attached to a satellite that will drag the junk back into the atmosphere where it will burn up safely and never fall on your family or their stuff. Ever. Or maybe it will fall on someone in one of those shithole countries.
Since Uranus is full, we can stuff them in the newly discovered planet Myanus.
Better yours than mine.
Hey we need another anus planet. We can call it Ouranus, so we all can share.
Soyuz rocket heading to ISS makes emergency landing - CNN
That doesn't look fun
But they got a nice welcome when they crash-landed in Kazakhstan.
The landing, or the greeting??????
Is he in a onesie?
I almost chose that picture for my post, but decided I couldn't stomach it. So thanks.
OK, this story is too good not to post
Oumuamua: Cigar-shaped interstellar object may have been an alien probe, Harvard paper claims - CNN
That's fantastic. I hope it's true.
Something that huge, they surly probed Uranus. No wonder why E.T. wanted to phone home.
I wouldn't have designed it like that.
We know how you design things.
NASA posts image of crashed ‘flying saucer from outer space’