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Sustainable Space?

A recently published roadmap aims to ensure that the Scottish Space Sector works sustainably. But is the plan everything it’s cracked up to be? A roadmap has been published that…

Review: Moonfall

Every so often, a major studio releases a picture of such shockingly low quality that everyone, from critics to mass audiences to industry professionals alike, reels in surprise. The most…

A love offering from my heart to humanity: ‘Gifting Art Space’ a colourful community haven on Middle Meadow Walk.

A colourful community haven on Middle Meadow Walk Those of you who have walked across middle meadow walk on a Sunday last semester may have noticed a colourful addition, with…

Ground control: Liberty Phelan’s guide to being a good flatmate

“They’re away from their families. They’re away from their friends. They (can’t feel) the sun or the breeze,” – is this quote about first years at Edinburgh uni? No, it’s…

Meet Edinburgh’s alien-hunting professor

He’s a serious scientist: a professor, who give lectures dressed as an alien. He’s lived in the most extreme places on earth, the driest and the coldest, to study how…

‘See you, space cowboy…’

-is what appears when credits roll at the end of a Cowboy Bebop episode. In a line, it encapsulates the essence of the Space Western. With a wink, a wave,…

5 Green Rings: Tokyo Olympics 2020 to be most sustainable yet

Sustainable Olympics? A phrase deemed an oxymoron. London 2012 Olympics saw an additional 3.4 million tons of CO2 according to inhabit.com. Nike, however, plans on contributing to a carbon neutral…

The women making history: the first all-female spacewalk

History was made on 18 October 2019 when two NASA astronauts, Christina Koch and Jessica Meir, completed the first ever all-female spacewalk. Originally planned to take place on 21 October,…