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March 11, 2014

The In’s and Out’s of Observatories

Most of what we know about space doesn’t come from man going to space. Much of our knowledge is obtained here, on the ground. Of course, […]
March 10, 2014

The Five Best So-Bad-It’s-Good Sci-Fi Films

Everyone has their own opinion on what the best science fiction movies of all time are. Names like The Empire Strikes Back, Blade Runner, 2001, and […]
March 8, 2014

The Five Strangest Elements on the Periodic Table

The underlying concepts between the Periodic Table of Elements are kind of bizarre from the outset. After all, adding or removing a single proton in an […]
March 7, 2014

Make Your Child A Future Astronaut

An astronaut is a person trained by a human space-light program to command pilot or serve as a crew member of a spacecraft. Every child dreams […]
March 6, 2014

The Five Best Works-within-Works in Science Fiction

Sci-fi authors pride themselves on creating immersive alternate worlds, with well-thought-out fictional societies and cultures. Oftentimes science fiction universes have their own languages, and, indeed, bodies […]
March 4, 2014

The Five Most Intimidating Sci-fi Weapons

Many a piece of science fiction has that moment where the hero is in a very bad scrape, fighting for their life, and then gets out […]
March 3, 2014

The Four Most Iconic Fictional Spaceships

Interplanetary heroes are very cool on their own–they get to travel the mysterious and dangerous vacuum of space, explore hitherto unknown planets, and battle villains bent […]
March 2, 2014

So – you’re still interested in astronomy?

Hello again. If you remember, last time we took a look at 10 things you wanted to know about Mercury. This time, I thought it would […]
March 1, 2014

The Four Coolest Aliens in Comic Books

Comic book characters are usually thought of as ordinary people who become thrust into extraordinary situations when they gain superpowers–your average Spider-Man or Flash or Captain […]