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Tomorrow We May See What A Black Hole’s Event Horizon Looks Like

Tomorrow We May See What A Black Hole’s Event Horizon Looks Like

Black Hole Imagery to be released tomorrow Read More »

New Rocket Engine Could Whip You From London to Sydney in 4 Hours

New Rocket Engine Could Whip You From London to Sydney in 4 Hours

Both an air-breathing jet and a rocket, the SABRE could revolutionize space flight Read More »

New Theory: Mass of Photons Could Explain Effects of Dark Matter

New Theory: Mass of Photons Could Explain Effects of Dark Matter

This dark matter you speak of, I do not see what you are talking about Read More »

New Horizons Reveals Ultima Thule’s Surprisingly Weird Shape

New Horizons Reveals Ultima Thule’s Surprisingly Weird Shape

I say potato, you say snowman.... Read More »

New Breakthrough in Quantum Communication Shows Promise

New Breakthrough in Quantum Communication Shows Promise

Optical Whispering Galleries provided the answer Read More »

7 Exoplanets That Are Weirder Than Most Science Fiction Films

7 Exoplanets That Are Weirder Than Most Science Fiction Films

Horizontal rains of glass, pink skies, 4300 degree diamond fields, gigantic ring systems dwarfing Saturn's and one nearly old as the universe itself. Yep. Weird. Read More »

Paleontologists Find the World’s Largest T. Rex, and It Was a Bad-Ass

Paleontologists Find the World’s Largest T. Rex, and It Was a Bad-Ass

The biggest, the oldest and, perhaps, the most scarred, of its kind. Read More »

It Can Be Either Death or Glory When Two Galaxies Collide | Digital Trends

It Can Be Either Death or Glory When Two Galaxies Collide | Digital Trends

Death or Glory? It's going to take billions of years to decide. Read More »

Leaving Us Starry-eyed: Gorgeous Image of the Cosmic Bat Nebula | Digital Trends

Leaving Us Starry-eyed: Gorgeous Image of the Cosmic Bat Nebula | Digital Trends

Doesn't look like a bat to me but it's still gorgeous! Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: April 7, 2019

AMAZING NEWS: April 7, 2019

Hugo Awards, Video Fanac (Heinlein, Campbell), tributes to Vonda McIntyre, StarHopper engine test and more Read More »

NEWS FROM FANDOM: April 7, 2019

NEWS FROM FANDOM: April 7, 2019

Awards, awards, awards: Vonda McIntyre tributes, talking about awards and, some very funny pixel scroll titles Read More »

TIME MACHINE

TIME MACHINE

Mars habitats, Dune, the state of Science Fiction and more in our popular posts roundup Read More »

The Hugo Awards Best Related Work Category and the AO3 Nomination

The Hugo Awards Best Related Work Category and the AO3 Nomination

A potentially controversial nomination highlights FanFic's reception by the SF community. Read More »

Is Science Fiction Dead? (Or, lessons learned from the Creative Ink Festival.)

Is Science Fiction Dead? (Or, lessons learned from the Creative Ink Festival.)

Yes, once again, Science Fiction is dead, Dead, DEAD! Maybe. Read More »

Journey of a Fantasy Artist

Journey of a Fantasy Artist

The inside skinny on being a fantasy artist Read More »

Researchers Find New Evidence of Mysterious Planet Nine

Researchers Find New Evidence of Mysterious Planet Nine

The mysterious Planet X (ten) errr IX (nine) is back in the spotlight Read More »

Craters on Pluto suggest Kuiper Belt ate its smaller bodies | Ars Technica

Craters on Pluto suggest Kuiper Belt ate its smaller bodies | Ars Technica

Pluto skips the appetizers Read More »

New Horizons photos shed more light on Kuiper Belt

Kuiper Belt objects and Asteroid Belt objects are not the same, plus, where's all the small stuff? Read More »

Anime roundup 4/4/2019: The End Times

Anime roundup 4/4/2019: The End Times

In this week's viewing: A nice tidy end to the season with four finales. Read More »

Yo También Necesito una Pausa

Yo También Necesito una Pausa

Tanya is taking a break, and leaves us with a book trailer for her latest offering, (Ir)Realidades, to tide us over Read More »

Sizing Up a Civilization With the Kardashev Scale

Sizing Up a Civilization With the Kardashev Scale

Ranking Interstellar Civilizations: we're barely on the scale Read More »

Citizen Scientist Finds Old White Dwarf with Rings, Puzzling Astronomers | Digital Trends

Citizen Scientist Finds Old White Dwarf with Rings, Puzzling Astronomers | Digital Trends

Leave it to an amateur to upset the applecart Read More »

The Military Is Mounting Laser Weapons on Tanks

The Military Is Mounting Laser Weapons on Tanks

Wonder if they've read The Texas Israeli War? Read More »

Flights to Impossible Cities Nominated for 2019 Rhysling Awards!

Flights to Impossible Cities Nominated for 2019 Rhysling Awards!

Flights to Impossible Cities nominated for Rhysling Award Read More »

Whoa, Uranus Looks Totally Messed Up Right Now

Whoa, Uranus Looks Totally Messed Up Right Now

Uranus is all messed up. That might be funny but for some of the medical issues we're hearing about.... Read More »

Artificial Leaves Convert CO2 10 Times Better Than Real Ones

Artificial Leaves Convert CO2 10 Times Better Than Real Ones

Better make sure Monsanto is on board Read More »

The first private mission to the Moon may launch Thursday night | Ars Technica

The first private mission to the Moon may launch Thursday night | Ars Technica

Beresheet, and Israeli Moon lander, will hitch a ride aboard a Falcon 9 rocket tomorrow evening. "Beresheet" is tranlsated from the Hebrew as "in the beginning" Read More »

The Habitable Planet Finder Is a New Tool to Locate Earth-like Exoplanets | Digital Trends

The Habitable Planet Finder Is a New Tool to Locate Earth-like Exoplanets | Digital Trends

A new "space telescope" will help find planets that might be habitable Read More »

2019 Hugo Award Nominees Announced

2019 Hugo Award Nominees Announced

The 2019 Hugo Award Nominees were announced by Dublin 2019, the 77th Worldcon early today. Read More »

These 3D-Printed Mars Habitats Just Won a NASA Award

These 3D-Printed Mars Habitats Just Won a NASA Award

Virtual construction on virtual Mars. Read More »

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