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After having examined Lagrangian points in science, I would like to offer here some thoughts about their possible uses – in fiction and in a near (or far) future space colonisation. I have already talked about two of the five points, L1 and L2 of the Sun-Earth orbit, regularly used for satellites. Space colonies are […]
A summary of some of our more recent posts, translated into Italian.
Lagrangian points are well known to anybody interested in astronomy or astrophysics. But even if you are not into the science part of SF, chances are you came across them in fiction anyway – because they are quite a good trope to exploit. Lagrange points are named in honor of Joseph-Louis Lagrange, who brilliantly prepared a solution for the […]
Are single Biome planets feasible? Maybe if you have 45,000 Super Star Destroyers in the garage
Our first post in Italian – welcome Italian-speaking fans!
Why spend countless taxpayer dollars on a Death Star with a fundamental flaw that can be exploited by a one-man starship? Why, indeed.
Do you remember a very famous quote from Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker Guide of the Galaxy about dimensions in space? “Space is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it’s a long way down the road to the chemist’s, but that’s just peanuts […]
Rogue stars are fascinating objects, even though a certain confusion exists about what they are and the way they can interact with our solar system. And SF, while contributing to their popularity, has made things even worse
We see it almost every day and some might think we know all there is to know, but the Moon still has many fascinating secrets to tell.
What’s in those black pits they’re finding on the Moon? Could be colonists.
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Would there, could there be inhabitable planets with more than one sun, like the iconic Tatooine?
The science in science fiction is often misleading, if not missing….