I’m sure they don’t mind, they just need to bloop around being all penguin-y while our scientists study their habits and habitat.
By counting penguins in images taken from space, scientists estimate the population of emperor penguins was around 595,000 in 2009 — roughly double previous estimates of between 270,000 and 350,000, reports a . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Spying on Penguins via Satallite
Sometimes, you just want to give them a hug.
Pyongyang put on this earnest show of transparency around its rocket launch, inviting foreign journalists into the heart of their futuristic Space Control Centres (SCCs).
Witness the marvels of our microcomputers and our, umm, extraordinarily large antennae!
It was one part quaint, one part . . . → Read More: Polygonic: The emperor’s new clothes: North Korea keeps on marching