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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 9 Of 28

The Slow-Mo Guys Visit GE’s Labs

The Slow-Mo Guys Visit GE’s Labs
The Slow Mo Guys visit GE's labs to conduct some actual science experiments and film the amazing results at 2,500 frames per second.

An Illustrated Timeline of the History and the Future

An Illustrated Timeline of the History and the Future
Time is simple to understand in small pieces. But what if you look at the perspective of time from before the age of the dinosaurs to our lifetimes?

Why is the Solar System Flat?

Why is the Solar System Flat?
Minute Physics takes a look at the puzzling question of why our Solar System, along with other galaxies, is essentially a two-dimensional disc in a three-dimensional universe.

Five Remarkable Facts About the Northern Lights

Five Remarkable Facts About the Northern Lights
There have been some remarkable Northern Lights recently, prompting Scientific American to look at some of the remarkable facts about the Aurora Borealis.

Why the Full Moon is Better in Winter

Why the Full Moon is Better in Winter
With the air filled with ice crystals and the moon's light reflecting off the snow, are the full moons actually better in winter or are we just imagining that?

It’s Okay to Be Smart: The Science of Snowflakes

It’s Okay to Be Smart: The Science of Snowflakes
Winter is definitely upon us and Joe Hanson of It's Okay to be Smart takes a look at the science of something many of us have already had enough of: snowflakes.

Is Our Sun Going to Explode?

Is Our Sun Going to Explode?
Fraser Cain, Publisher of Universe Today, looks at something we see occurring occasionally in science fiction stories: is our Sun going to explode in the future?

What Is It Like to Travel Inside a Black Hole?

What Is It Like to Travel Inside a Black Hole?
What would you experience if you traveled into a black hole? VSauce explains exactly what you would see and feel on your way to your doom.

Every Mission to the Moon: Graphic

Every Mission to the Moon: Graphic
This incredible infographic shows every manned or unmanned trip to the Moon ever undertaken or planned for the future.

Common Outer Space Myths Found in Sci-Fi Films

Common Outer Space Myths Found in Sci-Fi Films
PBS's Coma Niddy dispels a few of the common myths that we see in science fiction films. Everyone knows there is no sound in space, can you guess the others?

Why Is Time Slower in a Rocketship?

Why Is Time Slower in a Rocketship?
Professor Mike Merrifield explains special relativity and why time moves slower when traveling on a rocket ship.

A Climate Scientist’s View of Tolkien’s Middle Earth

A Climate Scientist’s View of Tolkien’s Middle Earth
How does the clearing of the Fangorn Forest affect the weather patterns over the Rohan? Climate scientists look at the factors influencing the world of Middle Earth.

Stunning: Video of the Sun in Various Wavelengths

Stunning: Video of the Sun in Various Wavelengths
This breathtaking video shows the Sun as captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory in a wide range of wavelengths invisible to the naked eye.
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