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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 25 Of 28

The Technology Behind Man’s First Moon Rover: Lunokhod 1

The Technology Behind Man’s First Moon Rover: Lunokhod 1
Man's first vehicle to explore another celestial body was the Lunokhod 1 on the Moon beginning in 1970. This infographic provides details on the vehicle and the mission.

Update: 80,000 People Apply for One-Way Mars Mission

Update: 80,000 People Apply for One-Way Mars Mission
Nearly 80,000 people have applied for the Mars One mission to Mars. Get your application in now then go to the Mars One site and vote for your favorite video entries.

3D Visualization of our 100,000 Closest Stars

3D Visualization of our 100,000 Closest Stars
This visualization represents the 100,000 stars nearest to Earth. Explore the Milky Way galaxy over your lunch break.

Where to See This Week’s Annular Eclipse

Where to See This Week’s Annular Eclipse
If you're in Australia this week, take a look at this guide on where and when you can best view the annular eclipse.

Fascinating Past and Future Plans for Asteroid Mining

Fascinating Past and Future Plans for Asteroid Mining
At least two companies are working towards viable solutions to mining asteroids for precious metals. The history of such plans is even more fascinating.

A Comparison of Man’s High Speed Endeavors

A Comparison of Man’s High Speed Endeavors
How fast has man traveled? Would you believe nearly 25,000 mph in the Apollo 10 capsule? This graphic displays speeds achieved by man in a variety of aircraft.

NASA Successfully Tests Smart SPHERES

NASA Successfully Tests Smart SPHERES
NASA's Android-powered Smart SPHEREs have recently been successfully tested on the International Space Station. One step closer to a lightsaber training remote.

NASA’s Herschel Space Observatory Shuts Down

NASA’s Herschel Space Observatory Shuts Down
NASA's Herschel space observatory has exhausted its supply of liquid helium coolant, ending its more than three years of observations of the universe.

Jetpack Rocket Science Explained

Jetpack Rocket Science Explained
Jetpacks and rockets, how do they work? Find out in this video explaining water jetpacks, the Space Shuttle and Newton's Third Law.

Virgin Galactic Spaceship Makes First Powered Flight

Virgin Galactic Spaceship Makes First Powered Flight
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo completed a successful powered flight, reaching an altitude of 55,000 feet and reaching Mach 1.2

Video: NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter

Video: NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter
NASA's Juno probe to Jupiter is 52 million miles from Earth. This short video provides a representation of its entire planned journey.

Earth’s Place in the Universe

Earth’s Place in the Universe
Where does Earth fit within the Milky Way galaxy? What about within the Virgo Supercluster? My Science Academy provides the answer.

The Science of Star Trek: Antimatter to Wormholes

The Science of Star Trek: Antimatter to Wormholes
This infographic ranks technology from the original Star Trek television series in order of most plausible and least plausible.
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