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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 24 Of 28

How to Photograph the Moon with Your iPhone

How to Photograph the Moon with Your iPhone
Photographer Jared Earle explains the equipment and setup needed to take photographs of the moon and other objects with a telescope and an iPhone.

Scientists Find Life 2,000 Feet Beneath Antarctica

Scientists Find Life 2,000 Feet Beneath Antarctica
Scientists have discovered signs of life in an isolated lake more than 2,000 feet below the surface of Antarctica.

NASA Plans to Capture an Asteroid

NASA Plans to Capture an Asteroid
NASA is hoping to capture a slow-moving asteroid about 25' in diameter and place it in orbit around the moon, after which it can be studied and chunks brought to Earth.

Giant Asteroid Approaching Earth on May 31

Giant Asteroid Approaching Earth on May 31
An asteroid equal in size to about nine Queen Elizabeth 2 ocean liners will pass within 3.6 million miles of Earth on May 31.

Infographic: Incredible Facts About Our Solar System

Infographic: Incredible Facts About Our Solar System
This infographic provides detailed information and fascinating facts about our solar system and the Sun, 8 planets, and other celestial objects that comprise it.

Moon Explosion So Bright It Could Be Seen on Earth

Moon Explosion So Bright It Could Be Seen on Earth
If you had been looking at the Moon on March 17, you might have seen the explosion from a meteoroid impact without use of a telescope.

The Fastest Spaceship in Science Fiction and Reality

The Fastest Spaceship in Science Fiction and Reality
Which spaceship will get you to The Dog Star fastest? Would you choose the Millennium Falcon or maybe the Robinson's Jupiter 2? Find the answer here.

3 Years of Solar Activity Set to Dubstep

3 Years of Solar Activity Set to Dubstep
This mesmerizing video compresses three years of observed solar activity and sets it to dubstep. Enjoy.

NASA’s Opportunity Mars Rover Sets Distance Record

NASA’s Opportunity Mars Rover Sets Distance Record
NASA's Opportunity rover has just surpassed the Apollo 17 Lunar Rover moving into second place for longest distance driven on another planet.

40 Years of Living in Space

40 Years of Living in Space
40 years ago, man established the first manned space station in orbit: Skylab. Skylab was only manned for nine months, but contributed to our knowledge of the Sun.

The Drake Equation Simplified for Kids

The Drake Equation Simplified for Kids
This infographic helps kids from ages 10 to 14 compute the odds of discovering intelligent life in the Milky Way by simplifying The Drake Equation.

Animated Visualization of All Asteroids from 1980 – 2011

Animated Visualization of All Asteroids from 1980 – 2011
This animated graphic is a depiction of the solar system showing the locations of all the asteroids starting in 1980 through 2011.

Animation of All 1,045 Observed Meteorites

Animation of All 1,045 Observed Meteorites
This amazing animated graphical timeline shows each of the 1,045 meteorites that have been observed falling to Earth in recorded history.
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