Now this is an awesome idea.
Answered by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
It’s hard to be in a room with two geniuses and not leave a little bit smarter.
The American Museum of Natural History, founded in 1869, is the world’s #1 preeminent scientific, educational, and cultural institution. Located in New York City looking over beautiful Central Park West at 79th Street, the Museum encompasses 45 permanent exhibition halls, including the Rose Center for Earth […]
Tyson makes some great points about the exploration of Mars.
Clarity is threatening.
Is there anything that cannot be done anymore? It is now possible to change your eye color without buying colored contacts. Brightocular Surgery is done using an iris implant and placing it on the anterior chamber of the eye. It takes just about 15 minutes per eye. […]
Chris Hadfield has to be the coolest astronaut ever, def the most social media savvy. Here are some of his best moments. [Chris Hadfield Highlights]
Check out these awesome pics just sent back from our closet planetary friend Mars. [Mars Rover Gallery]
Here is another great insight from Neil DeGrasse Tyson.
Pretty cool project done at a university
FIU now has there very own underwater reef base! The federally owned Aquarius Reef Base is the only operational underwater research habitat in the world. After budget cuts some feared it might be decommissioned, then FIU came to the research rescue. Previously Aquarius was run […]
Some scientist now believe life may have originated on Mars.
Story about a baby born without a brain.
Science at it’s best compliments of Carl Sagan.
Featuring Neil DeGrasse Tyson…
I’ll tell you what, you can sign me up for a robot suit right now! Dying sounds so freaking boring…
Check out this video from NASA’s newest Landsat satellite. “NASA used the satellite’s Operational Land Imager (OLI)—the special camera designed to capture high-resolution shots of the planet across the light spectrum—to record a 6,000-mile-long panorama of a 120-mile-wide sliver of Earth, an expanse stretching from […]
Chris Hadfield With More Space Lesson From the Space Station.
What an opportunity! Could be great, think about it…
Humanity a scared young species.
To brilliant minds just kicking it live, and cracking jokes.
Now this is cool! President Obama has just approved a $100 million dollars for NASA to capture an asteroid. NASA will first find the perfect asteroid, then send up a robotic vehicle to capture it and drag into Earth’s orbit. Once the asteroid is captured […]
Here is what one of the greatest scientific minds of our generation thinks about religion.