Tags » Esa

A cross-section of the universe

An image of a galaxy cluster taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope gives a remarkable cross-section of the Universe, showing objects at different distances and stages in cosmic history. 531 more words

Space

Jobcentre Adviser: Sanctions are "generating the impression that unemployment is falling."

As we get closer to our Employment debate –  ‘A Job’s Worth’ on Thursday 24th April @ Hoxton Hall, we bring you some insight from a Jobcentre adviser on their experiences of welfare reforms since the coalition came to power. 834 more words

Benefits

UK Government Cuts benefits to Save Country Money - MY ARSE!

I can rant on about this at length, but by changing the benefits system and cutting benefits for those that really need benefit, instead of to those few who are ripping off the system and who are bright enough to manipulate it, the UK Government are supposedly trying to save the Country money. 1,984 more words

The Tadpole

When I was a kid, one of the pleasures of spring was going to the creek and catching tadpoles. This bright blue tadpole seems to swim through the inky blackness of space. 118 more words

Science

ESA's shiny new Sentinel-1A satellite returns first Earth photos


Click to enlarge – Image of a transect across the northern section of the Antarctic Peninsula

ESA’s Sentinel-1A satellite has returned its first images of Earth from space in its second week of achieving orbit.

145 more words
Earth

More than a food bank: Ray Woolford's Deptford model

Today more evidence emerged about the sheer numbers of people depending on UK food banks. But the most shocking fact is that the new figures published by the Trussell Trust – the biggest food bank charity – radically understate the true situation. 1,158 more words

LondonFoodbank