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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 17 Of 28

10 Amazing Facts About the Planet Mars

10 Amazing Facts About the Planet Mars
How much do you know about the planet Mars? The folks at AllTime10s give us ten amazing facts you probably didn't know about the red planet.

We Choose the Moon: Relive the Apollo 11 Mission

We Choose the Moon: Relive the Apollo 11 Mission
This incredible, interactive website recreates every stage of the historic July 16, 1969 Apollo 11 Mission during which Neil Armstrong first walking on the Moon.

Monsters of the Cosmos: A Symphony of Science

Monsters of the Cosmos: A Symphony of Science
Morgan Freeman, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Carl Sagan and a choir of scientists sing to you about the science and freakiness of black holes.

The Scale of the Universe – In Song

The Scale of the Universe – In Song
Sixty Symbols, along with Dave Lens and ViHart, explain the enormous scale of the universe through this song. Sing along at home.

13 Things Done to Prepare Alan Shepard for Space

13 Things Done to Prepare Alan Shepard for Space
The Atlantic looks at 13 interesting tidbits done during the preparation for the first manned flight by an American, Alan Shepard prior to his mission in 1961.

Sixty Symbols Looks at Two-Dimensional Universes

Sixty Symbols Looks at Two-Dimensional Universes
In this fascinating video, the guys as Sixty Symbols take a look at what a two-dimensional universe would look like and how creatures in that universe might evolve.

NASA Releases Asteroid Redirect Mission Animation

NASA Releases Asteroid Redirect Mission Animation
NASA has a controversial plan to capture an asteroid, place it in lunar orbit, then send astronauts to study the rock and retrieve samples, as seen in this NASA video.

Luca Parmitano Discusses His Near-Fatal Spacewalk

Luca Parmitano Discusses His Near-Fatal Spacewalk
Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano discusses what happened when his helmet began filling with water during a recent spacewalk and how he reacted to save himself.

Orbits of 1,400+ Potentially Hazardous Asteroids

Orbits of 1,400+ Potentially Hazardous Asteroids
NASA released this amazing graphic showing the orbital paths of more than 1,400 "potentially hazardous asteroids." None are considered a threat in the next century.

Ten Everyday Items Based on Technology From NASA

Ten Everyday Items Based on Technology From NASA
AllTime10s gives us ten everyday items created based on technology developed by NASA. And we're not just talking about Tang.

Amazing Interactive Graphic of Observed Meteorites

Amazing Interactive Graphic of Observed Meteorites
This amazing, three-dimensional visualization of all meteorite impacts shown by geographic region and you can rotate the planet to see impacts by country or time.

The People of Earth Wave Hello to Space

The People of Earth Wave Hello to Space
On July 19, thousands of people around the world waved to Cassini as it photographed Earth. NASA created this stunning mosaic of those folks greeting other worlds.

What’s Needed to Time Travel at Home

What’s Needed to Time Travel at Home
Cosmologist Andrew Pontzen and particle physicist Tom Whyntie explain how you can time travel at home. It's just a matter of overcoming the engineering, it seems.
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