What? Everybody knows Jules Verne totally called the Cellular Revolution back in 1874—wrote a book about it called 'The Camera-Phone" and everything. There's even a write up about it here, in The Onion.
This is the Mars Desert Research Station in the Utah desert. Photographer Vincent Fournier went there to make beautiful photographs that capture the loneliness and desolation of humans on Mars. Someday!
At 10.45 EST this morning, the Jules Verne docked at the International Space Station, with a 7,500-pound cargo containing equipment, supplies, water, food and gases—and no human driver. The AI-assisted landing of the European space truck after a 26-day journey was described as "text-book" and here it is, courtesy of…