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Celebrating 1 Year in Print with a Special, Full Color Anniversary Edition

Celebrating 1 Year in Print with a Special, Full Color Anniversary Edition

Visit our new Indiegogo campaign and help us publish a special anniversary edition Read More »

Anime roundup 4/18/2019: The Rearguard

Anime roundup 4/18/2019: The Rearguard

In this week's viewing: With only a few more premieres, it's time to set the season lineup already! Read More »

1,060-hour image of the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) captured by Amateur Astronomers – AstroSpace

1,060-hour image of the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) captured by Amateur Astronomers – AstroSpace

This could be the longest exposure image ever made by amateur astronomers Read More »

Celebrating 1 Year in Print with a Special, Full Color Anniversary Edition

Celebrating 1 Year in Print with a Special, Full Color Anniversary Edition

Visit our new Indiegogo campaign and help us publish a special anniversary edition Read More »

Scientists Might Have Just Figured Out Where Nightmares Come From

Scientists Might Have Just Figured Out Where Nightmares Come From

Where do nightmares come from? The right half of their cerebral cortex, that's where Read More »

A free book of science fiction from around the world about climate change, introduced by Kim Stanley Robinson / Boing Boing

A free book of science fiction from around the world about climate change, introduced by Kim Stanley Robinson / Boing Boing

An international climate change anthology Read More »

Industry Leaders Explain How The ISS Makes Life Better on Earth

Industry Leaders Explain How The ISS Makes Life Better on Earth

Space Exploration makes money. Here's some of the ways it does. Read More »

Noticias Literatura 17-4

Noticias Literatura 17-4

Aeternum magazine puts out a call for end of the world stories Read More »

News | NASA’s Cassini Reveals Surprises with Titan’s Lakes

News | NASA’s Cassini Reveals Surprises with Titan’s Lakes

Titan has the same hydrolic processes as the Earth, only it uses ethane and methane instead of water Read More »

Some People Are Exceptionally Good at Predicting the Future

Some People Are Exceptionally Good at Predicting the Future

An online, crowd-sourced attempt to investigate the "wisdom of crowds" Read More »

Kugelblitz: Black holes made from light – Big Think

Kugelblitz: Black holes made from light – Big Think

We can make black holes with lasers! Read More »

Upcoming Space Hotel to Be “Like a Small Cruise Ship”

Upcoming Space Hotel to Be “Like a Small Cruise Ship”

Worldcon or Space Hotel? Worldcon or Space Hotel? Read More »

NASA’s SPHEREx mission will investigate the origins of the universe

SphereX will survey galaxies up to 10 billion light years away, looking for water and organic signatures. Read More »

Space art by Charles Bittinger shows the solar system as imagined in 1939

These wonderful illustrations are great to ponder, and a window into how much our understanding has increased. Read More »

Mysterious radio signals from deep space detected – BBC News

Mysterious radio signals from deep space detected – BBC News

FRBs - Fast Radio Bursts. Now they've detected repeating ones. Read More »

Scientists Debate Mysterious Flash of Light in Space, Known as The Cow | Digital Trends

Scientists Debate Mysterious Flash of Light in Space, Known as The Cow | Digital Trends

Whichever way the data leads, the results will still be cool - either a black hole consuming a white dwarf or a supernova birthing a neutron star Read More »

What to Do When Your Planet is Trying to Kill You

What to Do When Your Planet is Trying to Kill You

Kimberly UNger dives into her first post about science fiction in video games with a look at Anthem from Bioware, an MMO based on the concept of terraforming. Read More »

Love, Death + Robots, a Review

Articles populaires de mars 2019

Fabian picks the top posts from March for French readers. Read More »

LA NANA DE LA CIENCIA FICCIÓN: Ada Lyn de Tanya Tynjälä

LA NANA DE LA CIENCIA FICCIÓN: Ada Lyn de Tanya Tynjälä

Tanya takes a deep dive into her own novel Ada Lyn Read More »

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Celebrating 1 Year in Print with a Special, Full Color Anniversary Edition

Celebrating 1 Year in Print with a Special, Full Color Anniversary Edition

Visit our new Indiegogo campaign and help us publish a special anniversary edition Read More »

LA NANA DE LA CIENCIA FICCIÓN: Ada Lyn de Tanya Tynjälä

LA NANA DE LA CIENCIA FICCIÓN: Ada Lyn de Tanya Tynjälä

Tanya takes a deep dive into her own novel Ada Lyn Read More »

Novedades de Marzo

Novedades de Marzo

"Supercolonia" by Héctor Alvarado, Great America reviews. The first volume dedicated to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba and Chile; Proxima magazine's 2017 content online; Discourse magazine highlights Ursula Le Guin, and more Read More »

Noticias Literatura 10-4

Noticias Literatura 10-4

Announcing the release of América Fantástica and an interview with author Nahikari Diosdado. Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: April 14, 2019

AMAZING NEWS: April 14, 2019

First commercial launch of the Falcon Heavy; Patreon is a rights grab; Chinese enhance monkey intelligence; Captain Marvel, Avengers in the 90s, an anthology of SF critique and more Read More »

NEWS FROM FANDOM: April 14, 2019

NEWS FROM FANDOM: April 14, 2019

Seiuns, Ditmars, Derringers and Peabodys. Plus - Pixel Scroll (think of it as an spring roll for your brain); Jim Hines, cats sleeping on SF, Lee Martindale recognized by SFWA and more Read More »

TIME MACHINE

TIME MACHINE

Posts on SETI, d'Arnauld Pontier, Paul Lehr, Amazing Stories TV show, our current fund-raiser, Neo-Opsis magazine, Vonda McIntyre and more round out this week's most popular posts. Read More »

Experimenter Publishing Acquires Fantastic Stories Mark

Experimenter Publishing Acquires Fantastic Stories Mark

Reuniting the family Read More »

The Tale of the Man Who Was Too Lazy To Fail

The Tale of the Man Who Was Too Lazy To Fail

Was RAH's allegory about indolence and sloth? No, it was not. However, this week's editorial might be. Read More »

GOODBYE TO VONDA and MY FAVOURITE TV SHOWS

GOODBYE TO VONDA and MY FAVOURITE TV SHOWS

After a short absence, Steve returns to bid farewell to a beloved SF author, Vonda N. McIntyre, and to talk about his TV addiction... er, favourite shows! Read More »

Clubhouse Reviews: Neo-opsis Magazine #29 and “A Body of Work” by Colleen Anderson

Clubhouse Reviews: Neo-opsis Magazine #29 and “A Body of Work” by Colleen Anderson

An in depth look at two publications - Neo-Opsis magazine and A Body of Work anthology - using the O.B.I.R. method. (Not to be confused with the Outer Limits method O.B.I.T.. Not quite that intrusive.) Read More »

Protective “Cocoons” Could Block Deadly Stellar Gamma-Ray Bursts

Protective “Cocoons” Could Block Deadly Stellar Gamma-Ray Bursts

This cocoon was NOT featured in a movie of the same name Read More »

Before The X-Files, there was – The Invaders – Neatorama

Before The X-Files, there was – The Invaders – Neatorama

The Invaders pretty much proved that if you are witness to an alien invasion, it's best to just keep your mouth shut. Read More »

China’s Chang’e-4 Sends Back First Panorama From Far Side of The Moon

China’s Chang’e-4 Sends Back First Panorama From Far Side of The Moon

If China's space agency discovers the secret Nazi moon base, do you think they'll tell us? Read More »

Anime roundup 4/11/2019: The Future’s So Bright

Anime roundup 4/11/2019: The Future’s So Bright

In this week's viewing: The first premieres of spring bloom! Read More »

From Cyborgs to Caves: New Releases in Science Fiction Romance

From Cyborgs to Caves: New Releases in Science Fiction Romance

Cyborg maneaters; Abbey goes shopping; steam-based Moon missions; an alien creatures hunting preserve. Romance is everywhere among the stars Read More »

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