Ready to lose time to link-hopping? It's time for all the neat news we didn't cover on Space this week.
- Eyewitness to the Apollo 13 explosion (because April isn't all good news for spaceflight).
- Hypothesis for what we'll see on Pluto in 2015.
- Book review of a fictional story starring a particle physicist.
- On how to avoid boredom when spending a year on the ISS.
- Sunset on Mars.
- Once upon a time, a ferret was employed to keep a particle accelerator clean.
- The Alphabet of Astronomy.
- The United States has a surprising amount of empty census districts.
- The cherry pits that went to space are producing strange trees.
- Space suit fashion.
- PopSci's 2014 Year of Science has a bunch of interesting astronomy & planetary science (and is also where I found the top image; you know you want to learn more about it!).
- M7.2 earthquake in Mexico.
Image: The ESA Canary Islands telescope using a laser to communicate with a NASA moon orbiter. Credit: IQOQI Vienna, Austrian Academy of Sciences/ESA