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Today In Amazing Stories Our Featured Science Article by Gwen Whiting

Today In Amazing Stories Our Featured Science Article by Gwen Whiting

This issues science feature Exploring New Horizons: Private Industry and the Quest for Space Read More »

A Rivet of Robots

A Rivet of Robots

Meet Zorg and the other robot creations of Lynn Taylor Fahnestalk. Read More »

“Most Earth-Like” Planet Found Yet…Again.  Get used to it, and enjoy it!

“Most Earth-Like” Planet Found Yet…Again. Get used to it, and enjoy it!

Artist’s conception. Image Credit: NASA Ames/SETI Institute/JPL-Caltech Back in the 1990s I remember reading several articles, concerning different projects, describing how the Hubble Space Telescope had just “discovered a black hole for ... Read More »

Today In Amazing Stories Magazine – An Interview With Andy Weir

Today In Amazing Stories Magazine – An Interview With Andy Weir

An interview with the author of The Martian, Andy Weir. Read More »

How Art Reveals Truth in Science

How Art Reveals Truth in Science

A bit of philosophical rumination from Nina today: Both science and art benefit from exchange. By inviting art to participate in its conversation, science provides art with the opportunity to add science to its repertoire. And through its interpreta... Read More »

ABSOLUTE ZERO:  Cool Websites, Very Cool

ABSOLUTE ZERO: Cool Websites, Very Cool

Science & entertainment largely wrapped up: Winchell Chung's Project Rho Read More »

Flags On The Moon: Program Apollo (The Flags Still Stand)

Flags On The Moon: Program Apollo (The Flags Still Stand)

Five of the six American flags placed on the Moon by the Apollo astronauts are still standing today. Read More »

The Art & Science of World Building: The Tools You Need to Make a Believable World

The Art & Science of World Building: The Tools You Need to Make a Believable World

World building requires art AND science. Nina takes us through a primer. Read More »

Should Big Brother Get Bigger?

Should Big Brother Get Bigger?

Do we need more surveillance or less? A look at whether big brother should get bigger? Read More »

Flags On The Moon: Apollo 17 (The Last Flag)

Flags On The Moon: Apollo 17 (The Last Flag)

Apollo 17 was the last Apollo Moon Landing, the last crewed space flight beyond Earth orbit, and the last time human beings have set foot on the Moon. Read More »

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