China has finished constructing the Five hundred meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) last year and has now opened the center to the public for people to learn how the telescope works and astronomical finds in its museum. FAST, considered as the world's largest radio telescope, was developed to search for radio waves across the galaxies to find any signs of alien life.
The Australian Citizen Science Project contested to have a minor planet named 'Bernard' to honor the founding chairman, Dr. Bernard Bowen of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR). theSkyNet won the competition during the NameExoWorlds organized by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) to name the said planet as Bernardbowen or Bernard for short.
Back here on Earth, did you know that you can also experience living in outer space, feel like an astronaut and experience zero gravity? Just like in fictional movies, you can float, fly and feel like Superman in weightlessness.