In Utah today, a space capsule crashed into the desert surface, after the parachute malfunctioned, at a rate faster than David Bowie's career ended in he 1980s. The capsule contained valuable atomic specimens that scientists planned on playing with to discover esoteric facts that Gothamist cannot fathom to understand. And what is NASA doing naming a spaceship after a Phil Collins band and not something obvious like Jefferson Starship? Anyway, even though it happened far away, Gothamist felt there was something rather forlorn in the photographs of the crashed space capsule, wedged into the sand - it reminds us more of the myth of Icarus.

Read what NASA says about Genesis in the breaking news section. And hopefully the Hollywood stunt guys will get to use the huge hook they devised to catch Genesis for taking out various celebrities we're tired of.