Something astoundingly huge in a distant region of space is attracting whole galaxies towards it. Known as “The Great Attractor”, it must be monumental in size to generate such a gravitational pull; in fact, many physicists argue that it is physically impossible for such a massive object to exist at all.
Humans can live unprotected in space for about 30 seconds if they don’t hold their breath.
Cockroaches grown in space became quicker and stronger than their terrestrial counterparts.
The largest known star is 4,982,686,912 times bigger than the sun, and is only 9,500 light-years away. If placed at the center of the Solar System, its photosphere would engulf the orbit of Jupiter, although the radius is not known for certain and may be larger than the orbit of Saturn.
Due to the fact that radio broadcasts robust enough to reach deep space was first used in the 1940’s, it is very likely that the first message potential aliens would hear from us would be made by Hitler.
Astronomers have found a planet that rains liquid glass sideways amid 4,500 mph winds.
In 2008, a 30 second Doritos television advertisement was beamed by radar to a solar system 42 light years away.
Scientists have confirmed that Enceladus, one of Saturn’s moons, has a watery ocean.
Saturn’s moon Titan has an unexplained anomaly in its atmospheric composition that is consistent with earlier predictions about life there.
On the first splashdown by a Soviet crew, the Soyuz capsule landed in the middle of blizzard, punched through a frozen lake, went fully underwater and the lake above them froze over partially requiring an intense rescue operation lasting 9 hours under −22 °C.