Gigglebit: The world below as seen from the ISS

28 Oct 2014

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Astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson takes in the planet on which we were all born from the ISS. Image via NASA

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Gigglebit is Siliconrepublic’s daily dose of the funny and fantastic in science and tech, to help start your day on a lighter note.

Like any sector, technology has a serious side, and it is often issues within this serious side that make headlines or that organisations need to explore for their business. Malware! Data breaches! Cloud storage! Do I really need this software? What candidate has the best IT skills for this job, and what the heck is fog computing?

With Gigglebit, we turn the spotlight on humorous and/or amazing content about science and tech, because sometimes the lighter side should be taken seriously, too.

With Christopher Nolan's latest film, Interstellar, drawing ever closer to its release date, this journalist has been rather pre-occupied with space related content the past few weeks and nothing has impressed me more than this amazing footage recorded from the International Space Station as it circles the globe at around 7.7km per second.

the station has caught the attention of many of us down here on Earth, particularly for its recent spacewalks giving the astronauts the chance to step out in the deep, black abyss.

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Colm Gorey is a journalist with Siliconrepublic.com

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