Sometimes when you sketch you screw things up. This was meant to be a drawing of a ship called Liana, which features in a half-abandoned
Scientists like to categorise things. “This is how the universe began,” they say, or, “This is how atoms work,” or, “Here’s how humans developed from their apelike ancestors.”
Back in 2005 I worked on this in-ride film – Apollo 3000 – for the Earth Explorer science centre in Ostend, Belgium. The ride’s one of those
This has to be the image of the week: NASA’s Curiosity Rover photographed around sixty seconds before it touched down on the surface of Mars.
One of my earliest memories is of the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969. I was four years old. I watched grainy black-and-white pictures of