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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 19 Of 28

Trailer for COSMOS with Host Neil DeGrasse Tyson

Trailer for COSMOS with Host Neil DeGrasse Tyson
The groundbreaking, inspirational television series, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, returns to FOX in 2014, this time hosted by astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson.

How Big is the Solar System?

How Big is the Solar System?
Humans have trouble perceiving the enormous size of our Solar System. Joe Hanson illustrates the size and distances of the planets with the Sun as a grapefruit.

The Moon’s Phases Explained Deliciously with Oreos

The Moon’s Phases Explained Deliciously with Oreos
"Tasty and educational." That's how we describe Oreo cookies, and this infographic proves us right by teaching us the phases of the moon with Oreo goodness.

Snow Line Found Surrounding Nearby Star

Snow Line Found Surrounding Nearby Star
Break out your zero gravity snow skis, because researchers have detected and photographed a carbon monoxide "snow line" around the star TW Hydrae.

Shooting for Mars: Graphic Shows Every Mission

Shooting for Mars: Graphic Shows Every Mission
This wonderful infographic shows every mission to the red planet, Mars, and indicates country of origin, the type of mission, and whether it succeeded or failed.

Pacific Rim: A Look at the Science of the Film

Pacific Rim: A Look at the Science of the Film
Mad Art Lab looks at the science of Pacific Rim. From the size of the kaiju and Jaegers to the physics of the creatures' movements and the evolution of the kaiju.

The Slingatron: A Sling-Railroad to Space

The Slingatron: A Sling-Railroad to Space
Slingatron launches payloads into low Earth orbit via a spiral track and centrifugal force. This Kickstarter campaign will allow for creation of the next test platform.

Extinction: An Animated Story of the Last Dodo

Extinction: An Animated Story of the Last Dodo
Originally created for the BBC Science Club, Extinction is a short, animated film about scientists' initial rejection and reactions to the disappearance of the dodo.

Just How Hot is the Sun? Hotter Than Hot.

Just How Hot is the Sun? Hotter Than Hot.
Universe Today publisher Fraser Cain explains just how hot the Sun is. Apparently, it's quite hot. But the Sun's atmosphere is hotter than its surface and scientists are yet sure why.

See the Earth and Moon from Saturn

See the Earth and Moon from Saturn
Did you wave towards Saturn this past Friday? Turns out, the Cassini spacecraft was near Saturn and took a picture back towards Earth. Google Maps can't even do that!

Can We Travel Faster Than the Speed of Light?

Can We Travel Faster Than the Speed of Light?
Harold G. White, a physicist and advanced propulsion engineer at NASA, is working on a team that is trying to determine whether faster-than-light travel (aka "warp drive").

Big Blue Marble: Exoplanet Has Blue Atmosphere

Big Blue Marble: Exoplanet Has Blue Atmosphere
HD 189733b is a Jupiter-size exoplanet 62 light years from Earth. Astronomers have confirmed it has blue skies. Along with temps up to 1,000 degrees Celsius and glass storms.

COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey Returns to TV

COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey Returns to TV
The groundbreaking, inspirational television series, COSMOS, returns to FOX in 2014, this time hosted by astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson.
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