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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 20 Of 28

The Beautiful Death of a Star

The Beautiful Death of a Star
This planetary nebula, the "Eskimo Nebula" shows a star going through its death phase, something our Sun will go through in about 5 billion years.

The Typography of Scientists

The Typography of Scientists
These clever typographical designs for the names of famous scientists comes from Prateek Lala. Can you make sense of each graphic and its relationship to the scientist?

Neptune’s Got a Brand New Moon

Neptune’s Got a Brand New Moon
Astronomer Mark Showalter was surveying the rings of Neptune in archival images from the Hubble Space Telescope and discovered a new moon orbiting the ice giant.

Are We Prepared for Alien Visitors?

Are We Prepared for Alien Visitors?
Have we prepared for possible contact from aliens? How should we prepare, what principles should we follow and how should we respond? VSauce explores the answers.

The Profound: The Sagan Series, Part 1

The Profound: The Sagan Series, Part 1
Enjoy the moving words of Carl Sagan set to stunning imagery of Earth and the cosmos by Reid Gower, who has achieved great success with the series.

The Periodic Table of Exoplanets

The Periodic Table of Exoplanets
How many exoplanets fall into the range of size and mass while at the same time having the potential for liquid water? This periodic table categorizes the known exoplanets.

Study: 60 Billion Habitable Planets in the Milky Way

Study: 60 Billion Habitable Planets in the Milky Way
A new study indicates that the number of habitable exoplanets in the Milky Way galaxy may be twice as many as we've previously thought: nearly 60 billion habitable exoplanets.

How to Get Into Space for $250 a Week

How to Get Into Space for $250 a Week
For as little as $250, you can purchase one week of time on an ArduSat satellite orbiting the Earth to run your own application, game or experiment in Space.

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: PBS Off Book

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: PBS Off Book
As AI powered systems become more sophisticated, what are some of the ethical and economic issues that must be considered? What will advanced AI mean to humanity?

How Will the World End? The Science Explained

How Will the World End? The Science Explained
How will the world end? When it comes to the end of the planet Earth, the only real threat comes from the death of the Sun when Earth is consumed or becomes a cold, dead planet.

How Many Moons Does Earth Have?

How Many Moons Does Earth Have?
The Earth only has one moon: The Moon. But we may have had more than one moon in the past and it's possible we could again have multiple moons in the future.

Do Aliens Exist? Many People Think They’re Here Already

Do Aliens Exist? Many People Think They’re Here Already
Have aliens visited Earth? Many people think aliens have visited Earth. But while there are likely billions of candidate planets, we have no evidence as yet of aliens.

Uranus: Our Most Unfortunately Named Planet

Uranus: Our Most Unfortunately Named Planet
"Uranus." Say it out loud and your friends and family will giggle. How did the 7th planet get that unfortunate name and how does one pronounce it without giggling?
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