The earliest images of the Moon were better than we thought
Fifty years ago, 5 unmanned lunar orbiters circled the moon, taking extremely high resolution photos of the surface. They were trying to find the perfect landing site for the Apollo missions. After their use, the images were locked away from the public until after the bulk of the moon landings, for they would have revealed the superior technology of the USA’s spy satellite cameras.
In a world of digital nomads, we will all be made homeless
An uneasy piece looking at the implications of the last 20 years of digital innovation and how it’s broken down many ideas of what a stable life actually looks like. Ties with our home and families are vitally important, and the older I get the more I realise I need to rebuild those broken ties: