Becky is a contributor to Motherboard.
Articles by Becky Ferreira
What Earth’s carbon cycles, wildfires, and holiday lights look like from space.
Bored, bored, bored, HOLY SHIT.
How female mantids use pheromonic deception to lure males into death traps.
It’s the latest development in a year-long feud between NASA and Roscosmos.
Forty-four years today, Venera 7 shattered the millennia-old illusion of Venus as a heavenly paradise. Good: paradises are dumb.
The first direct detection of gravitational waves is nigh, and it comes with a surround-sound system.
The British Medical Journal tests the limits of “Male Idiotic Theory.”
Big Data ran the numbers on the avian tree of life, in the largest study of its kind to date.
The European Extremely Large Telescope has just been greenlit for construction.
In the short film “From Above” astronaut Don Pettit explains the challenges of taking pictures while traveling at eight kilometers a second.