This is apparently from last week, but it’s almost the holiday weekend, so it’s a…
Thank you for NOT being a friend, Lego. If you threw a party, invited everyone…
We all want to live on Mars, and a not-for-profit organization called Mars One has…
When you let the public choose between three designs that are basically the same, they choose the one with the glowy bits.
Megan Fox wants to be Sailor Moon, an Indian politician wants to be Spider-Man, an illusionist might be the true “lord of the rings”…and other stories you might have missed this weekend.
Either that or Martians just look like large mint Tic-Tacs.
And after a day of suiting up, getting down, and trying to keep my crew alive in a mock mission, here are 8 lessons I learned a few life lessons that might just have you survive your own trip to Space Camp.
The eighth issue of Starlog hit the stands on July 14, 1977, the fifth of the eight-times-a-year issues. Star Wars doesn’t dominate quite as much as the previous issue, but it’s presence is still felt, and the both the Star Trek movie and the real-life Enterprise continue to sputter.
To discuss the accuracy of the movie, Warner Bros. held a press conference yesterday morning with two astronauts who assisted in the film’s research: Cady Coleman and Michael Massimino.