Apparently an unmanned Soviet spacecraft (Luna landed on the moon in and left behind a ton of these little "We got here first! When we all move to the Gingrich colony, I'm guessing these will be SERIOUSLY collectible.
Giant insects ruled the prehistoric skies during periods when Earth's atmosphere was rich in oxygen. Then came the birds. After the evolution of birds about 150 million years ago, insects got smaller despite rising oxygen levels, according to a new study.
Even before the moon landings people were dreaming of a life among the stars, and perhaps none more so than Philip Bono, a space engineer whose concept artwork is eerily similar to the contraptions used in space travel today.