How Enormous Cosmic Dust Rings Form Over 100,000 Years

When you're thinking about rings, your mind probably jumps right to Saturn, but sometimes the mesmerizing discs of debris can form without a planet to cling to. NASA put together a nice timelapse simulation of how that happens. Needless to say, it takes forever. Read More >>

The Dust On Mars Would Be Dangerous To Human Visitors

It's going to take more than a Swiffer to deal with this situation. Researchers and public health experts at the Humans 2 Mars Summit (H2M) grappled with the question of how to deal with Martian dust if a manned mission to Mars could actually get off the ground by 2030. Read More >>

This Time Lapse Shows the Nikon D600 Has a Dusty Sensor Problem

There have been rumours knocking around that suggest Nikon's great D600 DSLR suffers from excessive sensor dust. This time-lapse goes a long way in proving them true. Read More >>

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This Stunning Hollywood-Quality Trailer is Actually For a Kickstarter-Funded Film

There’s been quite a few decent things come out of Kickstarter in the past, but there’s also been a lot of utter crap. Thankfully Dust seems to fit into the former category if this awesomely slick-looking trailer is anything to go by. Read More >>

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A Ghostly Snake on Mars

There's only two ways to look at this: it's a ghastly looking serpent snaking its way on the red planet, swallowing everything in its path and burrowing itself inside the planet's core. OR it's a gigantic floating sperm looking to impregnate the red egg with hopes of a Martian baby. Read More >>


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