The brewmasters at Dogfish Head are certainly no strangers to experimental beers, and their latest brew may just be out of this world. They've added a dose of lunar meteorite to the recipe.
Here's a way to numb the pain of not fulfilling your astronautical dreams and do you one better in the process: Drink this beer actually made from moon dust. You'll get to gulp down real, honest-to-god, beer-soaked moon bits and become one with the moon in the most literal sense possible.
Turns out, being blown out of an airlock and turning into a meat popsicle after succumbing to hypoxia isn't so bad. At least, not when compared to the multitude of other deadly maladies that await you in the depths of space. Here are just a few ways that interplanetary exploration is conspiring to kill us all.
Twist endings are hard to do. They always walk the line between cheesy and awesome, but I think the gotcha ending of Ezequiel Romero's short film, Moon Dust, tips over into the awesome category. It's a little bit Planet of the Apes, and I like it!
Romain Jerome's Titanic DNA Watch was such a success that the company has decided to take the concept to the moon (literally) with their new Moon Dust DNA watch. Like the Titanic version, the moon watch will feature actual artifacts. The face includes dust from a rock retrieved during our first mission to the moon,…
NASA researchers claim they've developed a way to create a concrete-like substance, necessary for the production of space telescopes, out of Moon dust. The compound mixes the aforementioned Moon dust with carbon tubes and epoxy to create a dish, which is then coated in aluminum. The researchers have built a 30cm dish…