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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 10 Of 28

Pebbling a Chessboard: An Interesting Math Puzzle

Pebbling a Chessboard: An Interesting Math Puzzle
Can you "free the clones" who are imprisoned in the corner of a chessboard by following a few simple rules? Give it a try and find out if it's possible.

The Solar System: An Infographic Video Trip

The Solar System: An Infographic Video Trip
This terrific video is an infographic trip through the wonders of the solar system which explains the planets, their relative sizes and how our Sun will eventually die.

What are Cosmic Superstrings?

What are Cosmic Superstrings?
Award winning physicist Ed Copeland discusses the incredible (so far theoretical) objects, cosmic strings.

Interview: Inflation and the Universe in a Grapefruit

Interview: Inflation and the Universe in a Grapefruit
Award winning physicist Professor Ed Copeland discusses inflation, the Big Bang theory, and when the observable universe fits inside a grapefruit.

50 Amazing Facts About the Moon: Infographic

50 Amazing Facts About the Moon: Infographic
Did you know there are 400 trees growing on Earth from seeds taken to the Moon? Check out that and 49 other amazing facts about Earth's favorite satellite, the Moon.

Can Stars Collide?

Can Stars Collide?
Other than perhaps Lindsay Lohan or Paris Hilton, can stars collide? This video from Universe Today explains the science behind the answer.

What is the Universe Expanding Into?

What is the Universe Expanding Into?
Astronomers know that the universe is expanding. But many people wonder: what is outside the universe that it is expanding into. Silly people, Fraser Cain explains it all.

The Fiction of Science: Google Creative Lab

The Fiction of Science: Google Creative Lab
Robert Wong of the Google Creative Lab shares his story of how he, as a storyteller, is able to influence new products at Google and why fiction influences future realities.

Where Should We Look for Life in Our Solar System?

Where Should We Look for Life in Our Solar System?
Planetary Evangelist for the Planetary Society, Emily Lakdawalla, discusses the best candidates we know of in our Solar System to look for signs of life.

The Astronomer’s League: Poster Series

The Astronomer’s League: Poster Series
You are here. Artist Mike Gottschalk created this wonderful series of posters looking at our place in the universe and what we have explored.

More Stars Than Grains of Sand on our Beaches?

More Stars Than Grains of Sand on our Beaches?
Fraser Cain looks at the science and math behind the concept that there are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on all Earth's beaches.

Why Does the Moon Shine?

Why Does the Moon Shine?
Our Moon shines at night, but it turns out it actually does a really lousy job of reflecting light from the Sun.

Zogg from Betelgeuse: The Shape of the Universe

Zogg from Betelgeuse: The Shape of the Universe
Zogg from Betelgeuse, an alien visitor to Earth, shares his infinite wisdom and explains the shape of the universe we all share.
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