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'One small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind’ - if you’re a fan of space discovery and moon landings, you would be familiar with the quote that was shared by astronaut Neil Armstrong.
While we wait with bated breath on tourist moon landings, another way you could learn about space exploration is by visiting the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in US. Or an easier way is to check out their virtual tours which you could download the apps from the relevant Google or Apple stores.
While you’re discovering the solar system and rockets, why not add some NASA souvenirs to your collection?
Smartphone accessories brand Casetify recently launched their newest C-Lab collection, which is inspired by the brilliant minds at NASA.
Some of the design elements you’ll notice on a range of accessories such as phone covers, Macbook cases to Apple watch bands and iPad covers, are access badges, mission assignments, and even cool blueprints of a classic NASA space shuttle.
Age is inevitable, but looking your age doesn't have to be. there are a variety of tips and tricks that can be employed with very little cost—zero gimmicks—and shave a few years off your looks. We asked the experts for the ones you may not know already. Read on for their top 7—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You Have "Long" COVID and May Not Even Know It. 1 Don't Forget to Wear Sunscreen…On Your Neck and Hands "Science shows the condition of your s
How to dress for a return to the officeNow that I’ve recognised going to the office as a ritual rather than part of doing my job, dressing up makes sense Jess Cartner-Morley: ‘Dressing to actually go to work is more matchy-matchy.’ Photograph: Suki Dhanda/The Guardian
With coronavirus around every corner, it's been hard to feel safe at all during this pandemic. "Some states are already safer than others, though, based on how well they have kept the pandemic under control and how much they are vaccinating," says writer Adam McCann of WalletHub, makers of a big new survey. "In order to find out the safest states during the COVID-19 pandemic, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across five key metrics. Our data set includes the rates of
Following the lastest Government announcement on travel, 10 enticing Caribbean destinations are among the green list additions. Low coronavirus case rates and high temperatures might tempt last-minute holidaymakers to take a look at these paradise isles, but which are feasible for a holiday? Among the new additions – which will move from amber to the green watch list at 4am on June 30 – few permit entry without some form of self-isolation for unvaccinated travellers. And those that do have furth
The rise of BookTok: meet the teen influencers pushing books up the charts. Young TikTok users are sharing their passion for books with millions – bringing titles they love to life online and reshaping the publishing world, all in under a minute
‘Leave your knickers at home’: Guardian readers’ top holiday packing hacksWhether you’re off to the Balearics or Bournemouth, here’s how to keep your luggage as light as possible – while still taking everything you’ll need Squeezy does it … take the pressure out of packing with our readers’ tips. Photograph: Westend61/Getty Images
The Government has completed the second review of its traffic light system as promised, but not with the news most British holidaymakers were waiting for. Malta is the only country to go green from the amber list, meaning UK travellers can now visit without the need to quarantine on return. Holiday searches have, accordingly, shot up, says Travel Supermarket. Another 13 destinations – including the islands Majorca, Ibiza and Madeira – will be opened up, allowing holidaymakers to travel to them f
It seemed like an odd place for a romantic rendezvous – an overwhelmingly industrial city, loomed over by a steel mill and a four-hour drive from the South Australian capital of Adelaide. Yet it was here, in the city of Whyalla, where I had been invited to witness one of nature’s – and indeed the world’s – most famous love-ins …of the wildlife kind. Every year between June and August, like clockwork, swarms of giant cuttlefish gather in the shallows of a sheltered bay called Stony Point, providi
Paris Modes Insider looks back at the best of the men's Spring/Summer 2022 shows with Burberry's neo punk, which focused on free spirits and the quest for experimentation among today's youth, and Louis Vuitton's dreamy presentation, which unveiled an aesthetically pleasing new film directed by Mahfuz Sultan.
Outlier review – the spirit of Kerouac reaches the West Country in superb dramaBristol Old Vic and onlineMalaika Kegode embraces audiences with her warm, honest poetry, backed by musicians Jakabol – but her true-life tale quickly takes a dark turn Camaraderie and grief ... Malaika Kegode in Outlier, with Jakabol. Photograph: Paul Blakemore
From Nicki Minaj to Craig Revel Horwood: 10 of the best TV talent show judgesThe harshest, funniest and downright weirdest talent show authorities, judging everything from singing to pottery to makeup He’ll be the judge of that ... Craig Revel Horwood. Photograph: Dave J Hogan/Getty