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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 21 Of 28

Send Your Own Spacecraft Into Orbit or to the Moon

Send Your Own Spacecraft Into Orbit or to the Moon
This Kickstarter-backed project gives you the ability to create a CD-size personal spacecraft that will orbit the Earth or land on the surface of the Moon. How cool is that?

How Fireworks Work: Beyond the Boom

How Fireworks Work: Beyond the Boom
Impress your friends at tonight's fireworks displays with talk of "bursting charges," "stars," and "black powder" with the info you'll gleen from this infographic on the fireworks.

NASA’s Historic Solar Probe Plus Mission

NASA’s Historic Solar Probe Plus Mission
NASA's Solar Probe Plus is scheduled to launch in July, 2018. It will pass within 4 million miles of the Sun, closer than any other mission before.

NASA’s Voyager 1 Nears Interstellar Space

NASA’s Voyager 1 Nears Interstellar Space
NASA's Voyager 1 is now more than 11.5 billion miles from Earth and has encountered a region of the heliosphere that scientists didn't predict.

Where Are All the Aliens? The Fermi Paradox Explained

Where Are All the Aliens? The Fermi Paradox Explained
Many people believe conditions for life exist throughout the universe. So, where are all the aliens? Universe Today explores the Fermi Paradox.

What If a Planet Orbited the Earth?

What If a Planet Orbited the Earth?
"That is no moon." What would Earth's night sky look like if one of the other planets in our solar system was orbiting at the same distance as the moon?

Three Possible Earth-Like Planets Discovered

Three Possible Earth-Like Planets Discovered
Researchers may have just discovered three exo-planets capable of supporting life in the constellation of Scorpius orbiting the star Gliese 667C, 22 light-years from Earth.

How Will Space Travelers Navigate Interstellar Space?

How Will Space Travelers Navigate Interstellar Space?
A team at the Max Planck Institute have proposed a method for navigating beyond our solar system by using pulsars as GPS-satellite-like beacons.

Infographic: Where We’ve Been in the Solar System

Infographic: Where We’ve Been in the Solar System
This useful infographic by the BBC shows every mission outside of Earth's orbit including probes, orbiters, rovers or manned missions.

The Last Pictures Project: A Record of Humanity

The Last Pictures Project: A Record of Humanity
100 images were micro-etched, encased in a gold-plated shell, and placed on the Echostar XVI communications satellite where they will remain in orbit until the Sun explodes.

Comet Lovejoy Grazes the Sun and Survives

Comet Lovejoy Grazes the Sun and Survives
In this video, Flora Lichtman of NPR Science Friday explains the great opportunity provided by comet Lovejoy as it passed through -- and survived -- the Sun's corona.

Amazing 1.3 Billion Pixel Image of Mars Surface

Amazing 1.3 Billion Pixel Image of Mars Surface
Explore the surface of Mars through this 1.3 billion pixel image made by stitching together over 900 high resolution images from NASA's Curiosity Mars rover.

It’s Coming: The Supermoon June 22 – 23, 2013

It’s Coming: The Supermoon June 22 – 23, 2013
Here's the information you'll need to know about this week's "Supermoon." Let's hope for a clear night so we can see the moon as it passes by near its perigee.
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