Steve time travels (again?) back to 1961 with the review of the movie “Hidden Figures” and finds it more than good. Possibly his fave movie so far this year!
Science Fiction by Scientists: An Anthology of Short Stories will raise a few eyebrows in the science world and broaden the imagination of fans in the science fiction world.
The Universe remains a very strange place
Murder on the Einstein Express and Other Stories by Harun Šiljak stretches the parameters of science and fiction by bringing mathematics and physics to life in four short stories.
If a "nation killer" asteroid comes heading our way, Bruce Willis won't be able to save us.
Tonight's Super Moon won't be back until 2034
If an asteroid the size of an 18-wheeler collided with Earth it would cause massive destruction. And since there are a lot of these, can we at least keep an eye on where they are? Not very well.
the shape of planes as we know them could be drastically different
Are asteroids humanity's Armageddon or the promised land? It depends on which gets here first.
The ambitious mission of the James Webb Space Telescope is "to see the first light of the universe”.
Review: Terraforming: Ecopolitical Transformations and Environmentalism in Science Fiction by Chris...
Highlighting the popular speculative element, Terraforming: Ecopolitical Transformations and Environmentalism in Science Fiction by Chris Pak should be mandatory reading for both students and fans alike.
A report on the winners of the Chinese Galaxy and Chinese Nebula Awards.
Astronaut Mae Jemison has flown in space on both the NASA Space Shuttle and on the Starship Enterprise. And, along the way, she became the first female African American astronaut to travel into orbit.
Blueprint for a Battlestar by Rod Pyle will take readers on a fact finding mission where the science is explained and the fiction just may become reality.
An interview with Dioni Arroyo, Spanish author of the greenpunk novel Fractura.
In this week's viewing: Re: ZERO resolves its love triangle, Orange tackles that plus hardcore physics, and more!
Worried that an asteroid will hit the Earth? As Andrew Weston reports, NASA has some good news and some bad news on the subject of a near earth object called Bennu.
Now that summer is winding down a bit, it's time to start stocking up for winter reading - or - you're TBR pile is just not tall enough!
2016: the Women of Wonder Summer!
Amazing Stories interviews Jim C. Hines, author and recent Launch Pad Astronomy Workshop alum.
It is time I picked up the thread of my series on art inspired by real existing space exploration.
Relatos seleccionados para la antología Visiones 2016 Reunidas las encargadas de realizar la selección de la antología Visiones 2016, Mª Concepción Regueiro Digón y Lola...
A Sci Fi scavenger hunt!
Watch Mercury cross the Sun today
Not all government cover-ups need to be about little green men. The novelization of Capricorn One by Ron Goulart shows us that man-made treacheries can be just as disconcerting.
Before von Braun, before even Goddard, there was Pedro Paulet, the Boy Who Dreamed of the Moon
Awards, beautiful nebulae, a space pioneer documentary and much more
Planet 9 could be closer than we think!
Bezos & Musk duke it out - INNNN SPAAAAAAACE!; Tarzan of the Planet of the Apes; awards, diversity and more
Nikola Tesla: Science Advisor to Hugo Gernsback and inventor of...a few important things.