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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 11 Of 28

Incredible Image Taken of Super-Dense Star Cluster

Incredible Image Taken of Super-Dense Star Cluster
This astounding image is of one of the oldest star clusters known. At over 12 billion years old, the Messier 15 cluster can be found in the constellation Pegusus.

The 8 Phases of the Moon Illustrated Infographic

The 8 Phases of the Moon Illustrated Infographic
This detailed infographic explains the eight phases of the Moon and what causes us to see the different phases from our perspective on Earth.

Is There Intelligent Life Beyond Earth?

Is There Intelligent Life Beyond Earth?
Joe Hanson of It's Okay to be Smart takes a look at how astronomers search for intelligent life on alien planets.

MIT’s ZeroN: One Step Closer to a Holodeck

MIT’s ZeroN: One Step Closer to a Holodeck
ZeroN is a levitated interaction element created at MIT which can be manipulated in 3D space by humans and a computer through a magnetic control system.

Hubble Finds Water on 5 Alien Planets

Hubble Finds Water on 5 Alien Planets
Thirsty? The Hubble Space Telescope has detected water in the atmospheres of five exoplanets. Unfortunately, the planets are 815 to 1,200 light-years from Earth.

Exoplanets: Other Earths Explained

Exoplanets: Other Earths Explained
It's Okay to be Smart walks us through the fascinating history of how man first discovered the other planets in our Solar System and then to the first exoplanets.

Where Do Stars Come From?

Where Do Stars Come From?
Our lives our wholly dependent on the existence of our star, the Sun. Fraser Cain explains where all the stars we see come from and how they are formed.

How Kepler’s Second Light Will Work

How Kepler’s Second Light Will Work
NASA has revealed their Kepler Second Light plan which may allow Kepler to remain active and continue searching the heavens despite the loss of a second reaction wheel.

Dennis Tito Planning 2017 Mission to Mars

Dennis Tito Planning 2017 Mission to Mars
Dennis Tito is planning a two-person mission to Mars, as early as 2017, which will send a crew to orbit the red planet and return safely to Earth.

Potentially Hazardous Asteroids: A Graphical View

Potentially Hazardous Asteroids: A Graphical View
Designer Jonathan Hull created this lovely view of a potentially disastrous data set: all asteroids that have approached or will approach close to Earth from 2000-2020.

In Saturn’s Rings: Second Breathtaking Trailer

In Saturn’s Rings: Second Breathtaking Trailer
The second stunning trailer has been released for the astounding film project, In Saturn's Rings, a film made up of more than 1 million high-resolution images of space.

Who Owns Outer Space?

Who Owns Outer Space?
Did you know there's a man who claims to own the Moon and will sell you parcels of land? Scientific American looks at the issues around property rights in space.

Which Doctor Who Villain Should You Fear?

Which Doctor Who Villain Should You Fear?
Which Doctor Who villain do you think is the scariest? Well, Head Squeeze takes a look at the Weeping Angels, Cybermen and the Daleks from a scientific perspective and gives us the answer.
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