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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 12 Of 28

What is a Pulsar? The Science Explained

What is a Pulsar? The Science Explained
The first pulsar was detected in 1967 and these interstellar lighthouses have fascinated scientists ever since. Fraser Cain explains how they are created and what they are.

The Science of Doctor Who’s Sonic Screwdriver

The Science of Doctor Who’s Sonic Screwdriver
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, Head Squeeze teams up with Andy Marmery from The Royal Institution to look at the science behind the Sonic Screwdriver.

10 Rules for Time Travelers

10 Rules for Time Travelers
Does Doctor Who's TARDIS follow the rules for time travelers, as posited by Discover Magazine? Take a look and see what you think and enjoy the Doctor's 50th regardless.

Three Simple Ways to Travel Through Time

Three Simple Ways to Travel Through Time
In this amusing and informative short video, Minute Physics shares three simple ways to travel through time plus three complicated ones.

The Soyuz Space Capsule Returns to Earth

The Soyuz Space Capsule Returns to Earth
Have you ever wondered what it's actually like to plummet through Earth's atmosphere inside a tiny capsule? This video shows the Soyuz crew returning to Earth.

NASA Mars MAVEN Probe to Study Planet’s Atmosphere

NASA Mars MAVEN Probe to Study Planet’s Atmosphere
Today, NASA is launching the MAVEN craft, which will orbit Mars at a low altitude and swoop through its atmosphere to help determine what has cause Mars to lose its air.

What is a Parsec, Anyway?

What is a Parsec, Anyway?
The famous Millennium Falcon could make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs. But what is a parsec anyway? Fraser Cain explains it all.

Virgin Galactic’s Space Tours Will Be Televised

Virgin Galactic’s Space Tours Will Be Televised
You'll be able to watch the world's first commercial space tourists on Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo live on NBC, thanks to a new partnership between the companies.

What Does the Earth Actually Look Like?

What Does the Earth Actually Look Like?
What does Earth actually look like? Humans have a limited range of vision and projecting the 3D object onto 2D maps results in distorted views.

What Would Happen if the Earth Stopped Rotating?

What Would Happen if the Earth Stopped Rotating?
What would happen in the Earth suddenly stopped rotating? The equator is moving at 465 meters per second, but the closer you are to the poles, the lesser the effect.

The Physics of Thor: How Does He Fly?

The Physics of Thor: How Does He Fly?
How can Thor wield a massively heavy hammer, yet Hulk cannot even budge it? And how does Thor use Mjolnir to fly? Scientific American looks at the theories and physics.

How Do Spacesuits Work? James May Explains

How Do Spacesuits Work? James May Explains
A spacesuit needs to protect one from the vacuum of space, extreme cold and heat, radiation while being workable and wearable. Head Squeeze explains how they work.

What is the Milky Way After All?

What is the Milky Way After All?
What is the Milky Way? For one, it's a delicious candy bar of chocolate and nougat. It's also the name of the massive galaxy which our Solar System is part of.
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