Friday Futures: inflatable astronauts, black hole, bio-hacking

This week: inflatable astronauts; a big black hole; bio-hacking; are humans safe in space; artificial muscles. The gigantic black hole, not counting the giant rings of trapped light orbiting it, is about 23.6 billion miles (38 billion kilometers) across, according to Science News. Read more…That black hole is really big, no, really! Read more…Turns out lightning does strike twice – here’s whyIn contrast to popular belief, lightning often does strike twice, but the reason why a lightning channel is ‘reused’ has remained a mystery. In space, fluids won’t drain, and astronauts develop red, puffy faces and complain of congestion or pressure in their ears.

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