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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 18 Of 28

How Do Astronomers Find Exo-Planets?

How Do Astronomers Find Exo-Planets?
Fraser Cain reveals the techniques used by astronomers to search for extrasolar planets, as well as the future missions that might be used in the hunt for other worlds.

10 Ways Space Damages Your Body

10 Ways Space Damages Your Body
We all know space travel is dangerous. This video provides the top 10 ways space damages your body, from microgravity's effect on your body to radiation to isolation.

10 Mind-Bending Facts About Black Holes

10 Mind-Bending Facts About Black Holes
This video presents 10 mind-bending facts about black holes, those strange and incredible, star-consuming objects that are stranger than science fiction.

Physics: An Animated History of the Science

Physics: An Animated History of the Science
Physics is a delightful, animated film about the story of physics; a story of ever-increasing competence. From Galileo and Newton to Einstein and Heisenberg.

Depiction of the Abundance of Elements in Our Universe

Depiction of the Abundance of Elements in Our Universe
This simple infographic shows the abundance of elements throughout the universe. How does the make-up humans compare to that of Earth? Or the Ocean?

A Visualization of Every Object in Earth’s Orbit

A Visualization of Every Object in Earth’s Orbit
This visualization by German photographer Michael Najjar depicts every object orbiting in space based on data from the Braunschweig University of Technology.

Astronomy Photographer of the Year Entries

Astronomy Photographer of the Year Entries
The Royal Observatory Greenwich and Sky at Night Magazine will be choosing the 2013 Astronomy Photographer of the Year. Browse through the breathtaking entries on Flickr.

3D Map of 9 Billion-Year-Old Universe with Fly-Through

3D Map of 9 Billion-Year-Old Universe with Fly-Through
The FastSound project is creating a map of about 30 square degrees of sky showing the universe as it was 9 billion years ago. An early version of the map is now available.

The Avengers of Evolution: Animal Superpowers

The Avengers of Evolution: Animal Superpowers
It's Okay to Be Smart, looks at the animal world's awesome abilities and superpowers, many that put comic book superheroes to shame.

The Top 5 Places to Look for Alien Life Near Earth

The Top 5 Places to Look for Alien Life Near Earth
What are the top 5 places within our Solar System where alien life might exist? Scientific American takes a look at the best candidates to find life near the Earth.

Bill Nye Tells Us How to Stop an Asteroid

Bill Nye Tells Us How to Stop an Asteroid
Bill Nye looks at methods we could use to detect and deflect a giant asteroid if one were headed on a collision course with Earth. Laser bees?

The Sounds of Space in the Electromagnetic Spectrum

The Sounds of Space in the Electromagnetic Spectrum
In this fascinating video, Joe Hanson of It's Okay to be Smart considers what the universe might sound like if we could "hear" the waves in the electromagnetic spectrum.

What if the Death Star was Real and Orbiting Earth?

What if the Death Star was Real and Orbiting Earth?
Professor Mike Merrifield explores what the results might be if we actually went ahead and built a Death Star and it was orbiting the Earth in place of the ISS.
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