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Voyager Golden Record 40th Anniversary Edition 3XLP

Voyager Golden Record 40th Anniversary Edition 3XLP
Next year will be the 40th anniversary of the Voyager mission. Launched in 1977, the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space probes are billions of miles away from Earth yet still send back data about the Solar…

Boston Dynamics Shows Off Its Latest Atlas Bipedal Robot

Boston Dynamics Shows Off Its Latest Atlas Bipedal Robot
The Google-owned robotics company Boston Dynamics recently showed off the latest version of its all terrain walking robot, Atlas. It’s main purpose is “mobile manipulation”, i.e. picking stuff up and interacting with human-centric structures such as…
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ESA and NASA Planning “Armageddon” Asteroid Test

ESA and NASA Planning “Armageddon” Asteroid Test
It’s a common doomsday scenario – a rogue asteroid finds itself on a collision course with Earth, posing the risk of a catastrophic impact with our big blue marble. One of the solutions prescribed by science fiction…

Stewart and Tyson Talk Science and Batman v. Superman

Stewart and Tyson Talk Science and Batman v. Superman
Affable astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was recently on The Daily Show flogging the fact that his StarTalk radio show is moving to TV on the NatGeo channel. It was an interesting conversation with the always insightful Jon…

Liquid Body Armor: The Choice of Superheroes

Liquid Body Armor: The Choice of Superheroes
When I read the headline on WallStreetDaily- “Magical Liquid Turns You Into a Superhero” – the first thing I did was check the date that the article was posted. When I saw that it wasn’t April 1,…

The ISS Tweets Their Own Lightsaber Image

The ISS Tweets Their Own Lightsaber Image
It looks the astronauts on board the International Space Station are getting into the Star Wars: The Force Awakens action too. The official Twitter account for the International Space Station tweeted out this picture. Look familiar? It…

LEGO Particle Accelerator: Higgs Blockson

LEGO Particle Accelerator: Higgs Blockson
The Large Hadron Collider is one of the most iconic scientific research facilities in the world. Particle accelerators like the LHC are used to help understand how our universe was formed. Because of cost, size and overall…

NASA’s SoundCloud Page Features Historic Sound Samples

NASA’s SoundCloud Page Features Historic Sound Samples
Intrigued by the history of NASA’s space missions? Then you’ll want to head on over to SoundCloud (or scroll down) right now, to listen to soundbites sampled from the agency’s many years of space flight. The clips…

Vsauce: What is the Speed of Dark?

Vsauce: What is the Speed of Dark?
We all know quite a lot about the speed of light: it’s something like 186,000 miles per second, the speed is a constant, … I guess that’s about all I know. Anyway, what about the speed of…

LEGO Hubble Telescope Hits LEGO Ideas

LEGO Hubble Telescope Hits LEGO Ideas
We love LEGO and we love space exploration, so why wouldn’t we want a LEGO Hubble Space Telescope? Fortunately, there’s a good chance that the Hubble could become an official LEGO, as it’s currently up for voting…

Quick Facts About Mars Visualized

Quick Facts About Mars Visualized
Our good friends at NASA put together this great infographic containing some fascinating facts about Mars. If you’re thinking of traveling to Mars — despite the exorbitant costs — maybe these facts will help get you started…

Minute Physics: How to Find an Exoplanet

Minute Physics: How to Find an Exoplanet
How do scientists actually find exoplanets which may be orbiting a star millions of light years from Earth? It’s nearly impossible to find exoplanets simply by looking because they are tiny, far away, and dwarfed in brightness…

The Cost of Living on the Moon

The Cost of Living on the Moon
If you’ve decided that it’s too expensive to live way out on Mars, maybe instead you’d find a Moon home more to your liking. Well, you’re lucky because our friends at NeoMam Studios, a UK-based infographics design…
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