This is amazing! Glad to see that NASA is back!
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It was an historic day in space exploration. For the first time, a soft landing has been achieved on a comet. The European Space Agency (ESA) Rosetta mission soft landed it’s Philae Probe on Comet 67P succesfully today, but not without malfunction. The harpoon mechanism […]
All men must watch this video immediately. Thank me later, fellas!
Wow, this town is crazy. They can’t use tons of different modern technology since they live in the radio-free zone.
The multiverse theory is becoming more and more accepted in major physics circles.
We are so dependent on satellites lately, that the sun’s behavior is under extra scrutiny.
Sometimes late at night, I scour the internet trying to find anything from Carl Sagan that I haven’t heard yet. It seems almost impossible to not become smarter just listening to him speak. This is just a slice of his amazing body of work, enjoy!
A study done on a deep-sea octopus showed that the female octopus species who dwells almost a mile below the sea surface spent about four-and-a-half years brooding her eggs.
Now that everyone admits global warming is real, scientists and companies have begun to plan for it.
I wonder how the discovery of life on another planet would affect life on this one?
I don’t know if any research is worth this stunt.
Plants great communicators? Yeah, um, I never had a conversation with a Daisy… But hell what do I know, I can’t grow anything!
Bill Nye dispels some popular myths about poverty, health, and America’s role in the world.
Neil deGrasse Tyson gives us the final word on climate change.
Wow, this is an insane breakdown.
Neil deGrasse Tyson breaks it down for you!
This is a really cool interview. Commander Hadfield spent over 160 days in space.
As far as podcasts go, this one is top notch!
Now this is an awesome idea.
Answered by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.