Sebastien Clarke

February 28, 2013

Private Plan to Send Humans to Mars in 2018 Might Not Be So Crazy

An ambitious private manned mission to Mars aims to launch a two-person crew to fly around the Red Planet and return to Earth in 501 days, […]
February 27, 2013

How 'Minority Report' has distorted our vision of interface design

It’s been more than a decade since Minority Report hit theaters, but its influence on product design doesn’t seem to have waned — much to the dismay of designers like Christian Brown. […]
February 27, 2013

Russian Meteor Likely An Apollo Asteroid Chunk

On Feb. 15, the Urals region of Russia played host to a noisy cosmic visitor. A meteor entered the atmosphere and broke up over the city […]
February 26, 2013

On Cereal and Scientists

As the sun sets on a beautiful cloudless evening, slowly the sky begins to sparkle with shining gems of light. The lights shine at once separately, […]
February 26, 2013

"I Want To Be An Astronaut"

“I Want To Be An Astronaut” is a documentary about a young man that has aspired to be an astronaut since he was 3 and the […]
February 26, 2013

Dying stars' planets can still host life

Life may well exist on planets orbiting dying stars – and, if it does, there’s a good chance we’ll find it within the next decade, say […]
February 25, 2013

Star Trek fans rejoice: Pluto's new moon may be named 'Vulcan'

With a major boost from the hit sci-fi series “Star Trek,” one of Pluto’s newly-discovered moons may be named “Vulcan” —that is, if it keeps its […]
February 24, 2013

Attack of the Martian Tree Spiders!

Years ago, in 1999, some odd pictures were returned from The Mars Global Surveyor space probe orbiting the red planet. They showed what looked for all the world(s) […]
February 24, 2013

Tiny 'lunch-box' satellites carry huge Canadian hopes into space

They are no bigger than a lunch box or a big suitcase, but the small high-tech satellites that will blast into space aboard an Indian rocket […]