Tagged in "space"

Space: The Final Frontier. Exploring space developments and theorizing about how humans fit into the universe.

The Mysteries Surrounding Black Holes

Sarah McDaniel
in Culture

Black holes are probably the strangest thing in existence. For many reasons, they don't seem to really make sense at all. Black holes are formed when a star stars, which in their core contains nuclear...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 17

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

Read Chapters 1 - 16 at: Deep Sky Stories

Solar Eclipse 2017

Anya Wassenberg
in Science

Solar eclipse 2017—are you ready for it? On August 21, 2017, for the first time in 99 years, a total eclipse of the sun will pass across the entire continental United States.

Exoplanet Update: NASA Releases New Kepler Data

Anya Wassenberg
in Science

NASA released the latest data from the Kepler space telescope project. A total of 219 objects were identified as new planet candidates. More significantly, 10 of those were determined to be possible E...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 16

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

Read Chapters 1 - 15 at: Deep Sky Stories

Full Disclosure, Please

Michael Thielmann
in Science

It's time for me to get something off my chest, even if it means stigma and ridicule from many people. I have always tried to be as skeptical as possible and endeavor to research everything thoroughly...

Calling All Earth Warriors

Krow Fischer
in Culture

I had a vision once, years ago. I saw domed pods with underground connections set in barren landscapes. The sky seeped a burnt orange, not enough light for the thorny scraggly plants to flourish. The ...

Aliens or Comets? Has the 'Wow!' Signal Mystery Finally Been Solved?

Paul Scott Anderson
in Science

The search for evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence is one of the most exciting pursuits in astronomy today. Needless to say, there is a lot of controversy and debate surrounding the topic, partl...

Screaming Metal (Part 014)

Made in DNA
in Fiction

Despite the warmth of the day that was still evident above, the cold within the depths of the abandoned tech seeped into her bones. Here, the outlines of the junk grew perilous; protected from the ele...

Sci-Fi's Hired Gun: An Interview with Concept Artist Col Price

Mickey Rivera
in Culture

Wrapped into the folds of Col Price’s brain is a separate universe. As a UK based concept artist, Price makes a living off of it. Col is an artist of the mercenary variety. He put in 20 years of work ...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 14 (Pt. 2)

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

Read Chapters 1 - 14 at: Deep Sky Stories

What If Climate Change Isn't Real?

Ian Huyton
in Science

Although the vast majority of experts believe in the case for man-made climate change, the average person is much more likely to have doubts. Perhaps 95% of climate scientists believe human actions ar...

History of Private Spaceflight Companies

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in Science

Almost a century ago, the world began to see the emergence of the first private flight companies. Within a matter of decades, people were yearning to fly on planes from Pan Am, Delta, and Continental....

Screaming Metal (Part 013)

Made in DNA
in Fiction

Priyanka slowly worked her way to a point where she could see into the darkness, "What am I looking at?" "There's a flashing light," said Deshel. "Faint, but consistent." Down in the depths, between t...

NASA: Juno Delivers First Jupiter Data

Anya Wassenberg
in Science

Jupiter, it turns out, is even more wonderfully complicated than earth's scientists had previously imagined. NASA's Juno Mission has resulted in the first flurry of research papers that look to find c...

GridNotAGrid

Alexandria Heather
in Culture

It’s a grid but not a grid. It is even in form and pulse and flow. It is light but also color and sound. There is a place between dreaming where conscious worlds intersect and it is clearly connecting...