It seems like a BBC radio adaptation of Neil Gaiman is quickly becoming a summer tradition. This year, his fantastical romance adventure Stardust is the one getting the full-cast audio drama treatment.
Stardust sounds magical enough as it is. But now scientists have observed for the first time that it contains water — which, in turn, could suggest that life is universal.
On February 14 NASA’s Stardust spacecraft had a close encounter with the comet Temple 1. For the first time in history, we got to visit a comet two times—a strange opportunity that allowed scientist to see how these space objects change.