New Up-Close Images of Saturn’s Tiny Moon Prove It’s a Dumpling

Since it launched in 1997, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has been giving us unprecedented views of Saturn and its (many) moons. But this week, the intrepid orbiter outdid itself by capturing some adorable images of Saturn’s tiny moon, Pan. In Greek mythology, Pan was the god of shepherds, which is appropriate considering the clingy world acts as a “shepherd moon” of Saturn, clearing out the 200 mile-wide Encke Gap within the gas giant’s A Ring. Read More >>

How to Flip Food in a Pan

Some of you probably already know this but if you're a new kid in the kitchen, here's a great explainer on how to flip food in a pan: It's not an up and down motion! You don't lift the pan AT ALL. Instead, just slide the pan quickly back and forth and you'll get the right flip with minimal mess. Flipping food like a BOSS. Or, I guess, a chef. [YouTube via BoingBoing] Read More >>