are the stars our destination? – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Wonderings: rambles through and reflections on travel… this month, James Kay considers tourism’s final frontier: space © Joe Davis / Lonely Planet Aside from a few forays to France, the furthest my maternal grandparents travelled was Pembrokeshire, Wales (repeat visits to a wind-buffeted static caravan in Croes-goch, if you must know). Just a generation later, … Continue reading are the stars our destination? – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Professor G. Scott Hubbard on space tourism – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

In this guest post, Stanford University’s Professor G. Scott Hubbard – former Director of NASA’s Ames Research Center, founding editor-in-chief of the New Space journal, and author of Exploring Mars: Chronicles from a Decade of Discovery – looks at whether the travel industry is heading for the final frontier. Having been active in the US … Continue reading Professor G. Scott Hubbard on space tourism – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Summary Of Iphone Add-ons

Because the iphone has proven to be a widely popular item on the consumer electronic and computer system market, it is no surprise that there are a variety of iphone devices that have actually debuted on the marketplace. Now, some might be dismissive of the advent of the accessories seeing much of the devices as … Continue reading Summary Of Iphone Add-ons

Tiny wearable cameras may improve quality of life in heart failure patients

The ever-present devices that seem to track all our moves can be annoying, intrusive or worse, but for heart failure patients, tiny wearable cameras could prove life-enhancing, according to research presented today at ESC Congress 2019 together with the World Congress of Cardiology. Minute-by-minute images captured by these little “eyes” provide valuable data on diet, … Continue reading Tiny wearable cameras may improve quality of life in heart failure patients