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Noticias Literatura 26-6

Noticias Literatura 26-6

The winners of the Kelvin5050 awards are announced, Brandon Sanderson will give a talk and the latest issue of Ulthor magazine is released. Read More »

New OECD Artificial Intelligence Principles: Governments Agree on International Standards for Trustworthy AI

New OECD Artificial Intelligence Principles: Governments Agree on International Standards for Trustworthy AI

Wonderful. Guidelines for ethical AIs that tell people and companies what to do and not do. But note that none of these rules tell an AI what it can and can't do. Read More »

Three Rare Exocomets Spotted In Orbit Around a Nearby Star | Digital Trends

Three Rare Exocomets Spotted In Orbit Around a Nearby Star | Digital Trends

Exoplanets, Exosuns, exocomets, gettin a little tired of this "exo" thing.... Read More »

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Found in New Mexico: A tiny cousin of the T-Rex – Big Think

Awww, what a cute little....yowch! Read More »

Amazing Histories, Spring 1928: The Second Quarter

Amazing Histories, Spring 1928: The Second Quarter

"We believe that America will in time, become known as the hotbed of scientifiction..." Hugo Gernsback, 1928 Read More »

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Lofts 24 Satellites in 1st Night Launch | Space

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Lofts 24 Satellites in 1st Night Launch | Space

Wow! Night launches are always spectacular and this one was no exception. (Unfortunately, the main core missed its landing on the drone ship) Read More »

Scientists: We Need to Protect the Solar System from Space Mining

Scientists: We Need to Protect the Solar System from Space Mining

Well, that sure is a different take on the subject Read More »

Wild Idea: Use Railguns to Extract Resources From the Moon

Wild Idea: Use Railguns to Extract Resources From the Moon

Yes, and we'll name it "Little David" and we can use it to throw rocks at Earth during the Lunar Revolution! Read More »

Scientists Discover Unexpected Underwater Volcano off the Coast of Africa | Digital Trends

Scientists Discover Unexpected Underwater Volcano off the Coast of Africa | Digital Trends

How'd that get there? Read More »

Stunning New Image of Asteroid Bennu Captured by NASA’s OSIRIS-REx

Stunning New Image of Asteroid Bennu Captured by NASA’s OSIRIS-REx

This coverage of Bennu isn't as hypy as the other Bennu news today Read More »

NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover Will Pave the Way for Manned Missions to Mars | Digital Trends

NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover Will Pave the Way for Manned Missions to Mars | Digital Trends

After the first landing we can get all hyped about the "rescue mission" and.... Read More »

How to Access NASA’s Media Library of Videos and Images For Free

How to Access NASA’s Media Library of Videos and Images For Free

Check out our convention banners for proof that this is real! Read More »

One legacy of Carl Sagan may take flight next week—a working solar sail | Ars Technica

One legacy of Carl Sagan may take flight next week—a working solar sail | Ars Technica

Light Sail 2 could be takiing off as early as tonight Read More »

NASA Photographs Asteroid That Could Smash Into Earth in 22nd Century

NASA Photographs Asteroid That Could Smash Into Earth in 22nd Century

Well, there goes the need to worry about climate change.... Read More »

AMAZING NEWS – 6/23/19:  We Protest How Immigrant Children Are Being Treated Edition

AMAZING NEWS – 6/23/19: We Protest How Immigrant Children Are Being Treated Edition

Trump teases "forever president"; inside TX migrant center for kids; Robert J Sawyer, Jo Walton, Kimberly Unger, Jack Clemons, Gahan Wilson, Allen Steele, Irene Gallo, giant squids (NOT in space), Star Trek wins debate with Star Wars and oh, So. Much. More Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 6/23/19

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 6/23/19

Awards, Pixel Scrolls, Awards, Pixel Scrolls...Awards - Amazing Stories nominated for Best Magazine Neffy!, and Australian Fairy Tales, the Big Heart Award, Wendig & DeCandido, Clarion Workshop, more Read More »

TIME MACHINE

TIME MACHINE

Armstrong on the Moon, Christopher Lee, EmDrive experiments, Latin SF, modern myth, the Illustrated Dune... Read More »

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TIME MACHINE

TIME MACHINE

Armstrong on the Moon, Christopher Lee, EmDrive experiments, Latin SF, modern myth, the Illustrated Dune... Read More »

WHY IS IT SO HARD TO CREATE A CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR CONVENTIONS?

WHY IS IT SO HARD TO CREATE A CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR CONVENTIONS?

Amazing Stories rolls out its Event Calendar. A few thoughts on promoting your event and providing information to the public. Read More »

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Lackington’s Magazine “Voyages” – Issue 19, Spring 2019

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Lackington’s Magazine “Voyages” – Issue 19, Spring 2019

A review of the most recent issue of Lackington's Magazine - Voyages Read More »

THE BUTTERFLY KID a Retro Review in Anticipation of the Re-Release of the Greenwich Village Trilogy

THE BUTTERFLY KID a Retro Review in Anticipation of the Re-Release of the Greenwich Village Trilogy

It's the 1960s in Greenwich Village; aliens have invaded and there's a kid in the park creating psychedelic butterflies out of thin air. In other words, just a regular day in the village. Read More »

A Fridge to Rule Them All. Superconductive Refrigerator Could Cool Atoms to Absolute Zero Temperatures.

A Fridge to Rule Them All. Superconductive Refrigerator Could Cool Atoms to Absolute Zero Temperatures.

Better wrap those burgers well - freezer burn in this fridge would be a bitch! Read More »

Close-passing Asteroid Provides Rich Scientific Opportunity

Close-passing Asteroid Provides Rich Scientific Opportunity

Hopefully, we will be studying them as they fly BY.... Read More »

Astronomers Make an Accidental Discovery: Tiny Dwarf Galaxy Bedin 1 | Digital Trends

Astronomers Make an Accidental Discovery: Tiny Dwarf Galaxy Bedin 1 | Digital Trends

For some reason I'm reminded of a line from the Mel Brooks movie Blazing Saddles. Hedley Lamar is confronted with Douglas Fairbanks' Star on Hollywood Boulevard and says "How could he do such fantastic stunts with such little feet!?" Read More »

London Fields director's cut

London Fields – Director’s Cut Review

An advance viewing of the director's cut redeems the earlier fifth lowest gross in US release version of this on-the-edge-of-the-apocalypse film Read More »

Science Fiction Romance Recommendations for Summer Reading Bingo

Science Fiction Romance Recommendations for Summer Reading Bingo

Summer Romance Bingo, hosted by the Ripped Bodice Bookstore of SoCal. Now what could that be? Read More »

Novedades de Mayo en Hispanoamérica

Novedades de Mayo en Hispanoamérica

Author and genre news from Peru, Chile, Mexico and Argentina Read More »

Anime roundup 6/20/2019: The Sins of the Fathers

Anime roundup 6/20/2019: The Sins of the Fathers

In this week's viewing: Attack on Titan and Dororo grapple with the fallout of bad parenting choices, and more! Read More »

Baby Gas Giants Discovered in Orbit Around a Distant Star | Digital Trends

Baby Gas Giants Discovered in Orbit Around a Distant Star | Digital Trends

Just you wait until those baby planets get to the "terrible twos" Read More »

New Study: Alien Life is Probably Way Rarer Than We Thought

New Study: Alien Life is Probably Way Rarer Than We Thought

Except - wasn't the EARTH a toxic hell hole before life emerged? Read More »

Noticias Literatura 19-6

Noticias Literatura 19-6

The 15th Minotauro Awards are announced! Read More »

1.2 Billion-Year-Old Meteorite Crater Discovered in Scotland

1.2 Billion-Year-Old Meteorite Crater Discovered in Scotland

It's not easy finding 1.2 billion-year-old meterorite craters. Oh yeah? Try finding my car keys! Read More »

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