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JULY 20TH, 1969

JULY 20TH, 1969

a short reminisce in honor of Moon Walking Day. Read More »

Most Of NASA’s Moon Rocks Remain Untouched By Scientists

Most Of NASA’s Moon Rocks Remain Untouched By Scientists

To date, we have only studied about 16 percent of the moon rocks taken during the Apollo missions. NASA’s Apollo curator keeps them for future generations. Source: Most Of NASA’s Moon Rocks Remain Untouched By Scientists Read More »

AMAZING STORIES V76, #1, Fall 2018 Issue GOES TO PRESS

AMAZING STORIES V76, #1, Fall 2018 Issue GOES TO PRESS

Funds Raised (thank you patrons!):  Check Submissions Selected:  Check Art Work Commissioned: Check Press Selected:  Check Stories Edited:  Check Artwork Edited: Check Arguments Between Art, Editorial and Publisher:  Check Layout Created: Check Arguments:  Check Copyediting Completed: Check Self-congratualtory Dances Danced:  Check Electronic Documents Submitted to Press:  IN PROCESS! (“Argu... Read More »

Blogger Invitado: Cristian Arenós Rebolledo, director de “La máquina que hace Ping!”, sello que publica revista Próxima en España

Blogger Invitado: Cristian Arenós Rebolledo, director de “La máquina que hace Ping!”, sello que publica revista Próxima en España

Proxima is going to Spain! Read More »

REVIEWS: WHERE THERE’S A WILLETT… THERE’S A WAY

REVIEWS: WHERE THERE’S A WILLETT… THERE’S A WAY

Edward Willett is an Aurora Award-winning SF writer from Regina, Saskatchewan. He’s got two new collections out: one of SF/F poetry, and one of SF/F stories. Steve likes them! Read More »

New Science Fiction Romance to Fill Your to Be Read List

New Science Fiction Romance to Fill Your to Be Read List

Veronica releases a new series and introduces us to a whole lot more on the SFR scene Read More »

KICKSTARTER PROJECT:  FAN INTERVIEW with MIKKO KUCH

KICKSTARTER PROJECT: FAN INTERVIEW with MIKKO KUCH

Meet Mikko Kuch, Fan. "Inspiration, when it is paired with willing hands and a fully equipped toolbox, leads to great things." Read More »

Anime roundup 7/19/2018: The Darkest Timeline

Anime roundup 7/19/2018: The Darkest Timeline

In this week's viewing: Most of the good shows are in hiding, but a surprise contender has emerged... Read More »

Noticias Literatura 18-7

Noticias Literatura 18-7

John Scalzi atttending Celsius 2019; Visions 2018 publishes new authors in their annual anthology; Spanish Language Hugo Awards (Ignotus), Kameron Hurley talks at Telefónica Space in Madrid, and more! Read More »

For Those Attending SDCC – 2001: A Space Odyssey 50th Anniversary Panel  at San Diego Comic Con

For Those Attending SDCC – 2001: A Space Odyssey 50th Anniversary Panel  at San Diego Comic Con

50th anniversary panel Read More »

Researchers discover a dozen new moons of Jupiter

Researchers discover a dozen new moons of Jupiter

79 and counting.... Read More »

12 Innovations That Could Make Reverse Aging a Reality

12 Innovations That Could Make Reverse Aging a Reality

A dozen promising anti-aging technologies that seem to work - for dogs, mice and fruit flies Read More »

To make Curiosity (et al.) more curious, NASA and ESA smarten up AI in space 

To make Curiosity (et al.) more curious, NASA and ESA smarten up AI in space 

Autonomous rovers are likely to catch far more science than ground-controlled rovers Read More »

AMAZING STORIES WORLDCON76 UPDATE

AMAZING STORIES WORLDCON76 UPDATE

Experimenter Publishing continues its march towards Worldcon76 Read More »

Airbus to Build Mars Rover to Get First Soil Samples Back to Earth

Airbus to Build Mars Rover to Get First Soil Samples Back to Earth

Airbus will be helping to return Martian soil samples to Earth Read More »

We Talked To The New Leader of Space Nation Asgardia About What The Future Holds

We Talked To The New Leader of Space Nation Asgardia About What The Future Holds

Asgardia, the world's first space kingdom, and its founder Read More »

Due to (Biological) Technical Difficulties, No Features Today

Due to (Biological) Technical Difficulties, No Features Today

No features today. Back Tomorrow. Read More »

In space, there really might be no place like home | Big Think

In space, there really might be no place like home | Big Think

Great Filters may be responsible for our galactic "desert" Read More »

Uranus Struck By Massive Object That Changed it Forever

Uranus Struck By Massive Object That Changed it Forever

We think Chuck Tingle ought to look into this.... Read More »

Novedades de Junio

Novedades de Junio

Axxon magazine plans to reissue, and several new novels and collections have been released by Peruvian Presses Read More »

Habitable exoplanet: Ross 128 b could support life 

Habitable exoplanet: Ross 128 b could support life 

New research suggests that Ross 128 b could harbor life Read More »

The Digest: The First Privately-Funded Unmanned Spacecraft Might Land on the Moon in February

The Digest: The First Privately-Funded Unmanned Spacecraft Might Land on the Moon in February

Israeli's on the Moon! Read More »

Anime roundup 7/12/2018: Busted Flush

Anime roundup 7/12/2018: Busted Flush

In this week's viewing: Summer season is here, and, erm... it's hard to get excited about just yet. Read More »

Review: Shackleton’s Folly by Todd Yunker

Review: Shackleton’s Folly by Todd Yunker

The first book in the new Lost Wonders series, Shackleton’s Folly by Todd Yunker is a fast-paced space adventure that races across a universe teetering on the edge of human existence. Read More »

Noticias Literatura 11-7

Noticias Literatura 11-7

Details for the Domingo Santos story Award contest, to be held at Hispacon 2018 Read More »

Boeing Debuts Hypersonic Jet That Could Fly From NY to London in 2 Hours

Boeing Debuts Hypersonic Jet That Could Fly From NY to London in 2 Hours

Boeing unveils a hypersonic jet, a preliminary step along the designer's path to a true space plane. Read More »

Scientists Can 3D Bioprint Human Heart Tissue Now. The Future is Here 

Scientists Can 3D Bioprint Human Heart Tissue Now. The Future is Here 

BioLife4D has 3D printed a "patch" of cardiac tissue, taking us one step closer to printing completely functioning organs. Read More »

Cyborg Law: What Laws Should Govern a Society of Cyborgs | Digital Trends

Cyborg Law: What Laws Should Govern a Society of Cyborgs | Digital Trends

Should people have the right to hack their own implants? Read More »

How to Watch the Perseids Meteor Showers This Season

How to Watch the Perseids Meteor Showers This Season

109P Swift-Tuttle Rides Again! Read More »

Here’s what future Mars and lunar space colonies could look like

Here’s what future Mars and lunar space colonies could look like

A virtual reality tour of a Martian colony is planned for the Goodwood Festival Read More »

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