A near miss, testing for glaucoma at home and spreading seeds of life across the universe. This and more hopefully less disturbing sounding stories on today’s episode of Geekdays.
Show notes and links:
- Asteroid Grazes Earth’s Upper-Atmosphere With Only Two-Day Warning (vice.com)
- This Camera Can Read a Book Without Opening It (vice.com)
- Why Did the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge Suddenly Close? (architecturaldigest.com)
- Scientists Hope To Foil Deadly Frog Fungus With More Fungus (gizmodo.com)
- Your smartphone could soon act as a glaucoma testing device (engadget.com)
- Q&A: Should we seed life on alien worlds? | Science (sciencemag.org)