Ben SandilandsDec 12, 20164 Comments
Sydney's second airport was a no-brainer 10 years ago, but it will another decade before it opens.
Ben SandilandsNov 15, 2016
There's a bad moon on the rise -- or at least, an enormous tide of ignorance when it comes to reporting on very common astronomical occurrences.
Ben SandilandsNov 14, 20161 Comment
Is it possible MH370 was not deliberately crashed, but suffered a cockpit fire and communications breakdown? A new theory points to the moment the pilots realised the flight was doomed.
Ben SandilandsSep 13, 2016
The news has broken the day after an apparently burned potential piece of wreckage from MH370 was handed to Australia’s air safety investigator.
Ben SandilandsSep 6, 20162 Comments
Philae was released from comet-orbiter Rosetta on November 12, 2014. It was never seen again -- until now.
Ben SandilandsAug 25, 20164 Comments
There is an Earth-sized planet orbiting the closest star to our Sun, and it's just possible your grandchildren will see it close up.
Ben SandilandsJul 25, 20162 Comments
Coverage of the MH370 mystery has entered 'surprised goldfish mode' with the media recycling old, plausible and unproven assertion as if they are new.
Ben SandilandsJul 18, 20167 Comments
Tony Abbott wants justice for victims of MH17. But he should consider the culpability of the airline, not just of Russia.
Ben SandilandsJul 5, 201615 Comments
Is science media dying?
Ben SandilandsMay 23, 2016
However tempting it might be to jump to conclusions about an attempted hijacking of MS804 the truth of the matter would be solved by the successful reading out of the cockpit sound recorder and the multi-channel flight data recorder.