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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 14 Of 28

Stunning Images of the Scale of the Solar System

Stunning Images of the Scale of the Solar System
These stunning images show the planets of our solar system in scale with one another.

Scientific American: Five Amazing Exoplanets

Scientific American: Five Amazing Exoplanets
Scientific American searches for the five most amazing exoplanets and they find some crazy ones to share.

How Will the Universe End? The Science Explained

How Will the Universe End? The Science Explained
Will the universe explode for our pleasure? Find out in this video from Universe Today publisher Fraser Cain explaining how the universe is likely to end.

Our Mr. Sun: An Educational Video from 1956

Our Mr. Sun: An Educational Video from 1956
Our Mr. Sun uses a scientist-writer team to present information about the sun and its importance to humankind. Just open up your curtain of imagination and enjoy!

Lonely, Free-Floating Planet Found

Lonely, Free-Floating Planet Found
Astronomers have discovered a free-floating planet that is unlike any other found before in that, while a young planet, it's not near a star where young planets typically form.

The 10 Most Important Numbers In The World

The 10 Most Important Numbers In The World
What do you think are the most important numbers in the world? The list doesn't include the number of Twitter followers Lady Gaga has, surprisingly.

One Year Anniversary of Felix Baumgartner’s Skydive

One Year Anniversary of Felix Baumgartner’s Skydive
If you thought watching Gravity gave you motion sickness, wait until you watch Felix Baumgartner's historic skydive from space from multiple angles.

Awesome Space Facts from Head Squeeze

Awesome Space Facts from Head Squeeze
In honor of World Space Week, the folks over at Head Squeeze give us this really cool list of the most amazing space facts they've encountered while making the series.

Timelapse of the Heavens Above Mauna Kea

Timelapse of the Heavens Above Mauna Kea
This breathtaking timelapse video was crated by astronomy graduate student Sean Goebel using images taken from the Mauna Kea observatories in Hawaii.

Simulated Moonwalk with Just 0.6G

Simulated Moonwalk with Just 0.6G
Find out what it feels like to walk on the surface of the moon in 0.6G gravity with this simulator created by TE Connectivity.

Scientific American Quantum Shorts Video Winners

Scientific American Quantum Shorts Video Winners
These four videos were the winners of Scientific American's 2012 contest for a three-minute video "inspired by fundamental concepts in quantum physics." Enjoy.

Are You an Inventor? Read More Science Fiction

Are You an Inventor? Read More Science Fiction
MIT researchers argue that the mind-bending worlds of sci-fi authors can help us not just come up with ideas for new gadgets, but anticipate their consequences.

How Many Earths: An Interactive Guide

How Many Earths: An Interactive Guide
How many Earth-like planets are likely to exist in the universe? This interactive guide explains the process of estimating that number and provides the astounding answer.
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