Connect with us

Science

NASA Is Shooting Skincare Ads in Space – Highsnobiety

Estée Lauder is having a campaign for one of its products shot by NASA on the International Space Station. Find out how here.

Published

on

post featured image

Estée Lauder is taking its new ad campaign to another planet. The cosmetics company has enlisted NASA to photograph one of its products for an otherworldly promo.
According to ABC News, Estée Lauder is doling out $17,500 an hour to have pictures and video of its Advanced Night Repair serum captured in space. The imagery taken in the most photographed spot on the International Space Station, the Cupola will then be used in a marketing campaign that is to be shared across social media.
The night…

Click here to view the original article.

Science

Galactic Archaeology – Space Ref

Published

on

No one has yet found the first stars.
They’re hypothesized to have formed about 100 million years after the Big Bang out of universal darkness from the primordial gases of hydrogen, helium, and trace light metals. These gases cooled, collapsed, and ignited into stars up to 1,000 times more massive than our sun. The bigger the star, the faster they burn out. The first stars probably only lived a few million years, a drop in the bucket of the age of the universe, at about 13.8 billion years. They’re…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading

Science

2020 Antarctic ozone hole ‘one of the largest and deepest in recent years’ – CNET

The hole in the ozone layer keeps coming back to haunt us.

Published

on

post featured image

The scale on the right shows Dobson units, a measurement of the amount of ozone in the atmosphere. The open area over most of Antarctica indicates the size of the 2020 ozone hole.
DLR Earth Observation Center
The ozone layer is necessary to helping life survive on Earth. It acts like atmospheric sunscreen, which is why scientists keep a close eye on an ozone hole that appears seasonally over Antarctica. 
This year’s hole “is one of the largest and deepest in recent years,” the European Space Agency…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading

Science

Upcycling polyethylene plastic waste into valuable molecules – Science Daily

Researchers develop a one-pot, low temperature catalytic method to turn polyethylene polymers into alkylaromatic molecules.

Published

on

post featured image

When we started using plastics about 70 years ago, not much thought — if any — was given to the implications of their lifespan and the fact that they can take centuries to decompose. Consequently, as plastics have diversified and become easier to manufacture, the planet is now straddling some 8.3 billion tons of the stuff — almost every bit of plastic ever produced — without enough technology or incentives to shrink that growing pile. Plastic is cheaper and easier to produce and throw away than…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading

Trending

You might also like ...

post featured image
NASA Has an ‘Exciting New Discovery’ About the Moon it Will Announce on Monday – Thrillist
post featured image
NASA Releases Osiris-Rex Footage and Images from Asteroid Bennu Mission – IGN Southeast Asia
post featured image
Can’t crush this: Beetle armor gives clues to tougher planes – PBS NewsHour