An ancient tomcat skeleton is found along the Silk Road

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What they haven't found yet is the proto-SF novel that can was reading....

The New Mars Missions

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Learn more about the three missions heading to Mars

A catastrophic asteroid shower hit Earth & moon 800 million years...

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Moon crater data sheds light on a 800 million year old catastrophe

What is the viewing experience of VR porn really like?

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Want to know where the future is going? Don't read SF - study the porn industry. (Don't worry, this article is family-friendly.)

How to catch Comet NEOWISE before it’s gone

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If you can't wait 6,800 years, you better get out there and look now

SF Unbound Interviewed Taiyo Fujii on COVID-19

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An interview with Japanese author Taiyo Fujii, focusing on the Covid-19 Pandemic

CLUBHOUSE: Review: The Oppenheimer Alternative by Robert J. Sawyer

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Our second review of Sawyer's latest; well worth two reviews, well worth the read.

Urban foxes self-evolve, exhibiting Darwin’s domesticationsyndrome

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Fox's self-domestication may echo that of cats and dogs

NASA’s new project lets you take a simulated ride in a...

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Now this is what we call an amusement park ride

NASA videos show what sunsets look like elsewhere in the galaxy

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Don't let the sun go down on me, unless it's Mars or some other world I see...

Are There Galaxies Governed by Two Black Holes?

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Double Hole, Double Hole, Two Black Holes in One (Galaxy)

Study: Life might survive, and thrive, in a hydrogen world

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Imagine if, in our search, we did encounter alien organisms but failed to recognize them as actual life.

Crew Dragon in Space: An Historic Launch for SpaceX and NASA

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Mission Accomplished as SpaceX and NASA launch the first commercial crew into space

Crew Dragon Launch to the ISS Rescheduled for Today

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SpaceX's Crew Dragon makes another attempt to reach the ISS today.

MANNED LAUNCH FROM KENNEDY TODAY

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NASA and SpaceX launch the first manned flight from Kennedy in nearly a decade.
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Researchers Find Traces of Martian Oceans in Antarctic Meteorite

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That meteorite that 'might' have had microbes in it has been found to have evidence of ancient Martian water. Maybe.

First Manned Launch From Kennedy in Nearly a Decade – Tomorrow

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Where/how to watch tomorrow's historic manned launch to the ISS

New hypothesis argues the universe simulates itself into existence

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Could you and everything else in the universe actually be an "emergent subthought"? Klee Irwin thinks so.

Long spaceflights change astronauts’ brain structure, new study suggests

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Astronauts have swelled heads. Literally.

These 7 countries and companies are going to Mars in the...

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It's starting to get crowded on planet Mars

Humans were born to run. Exoskeletons might make us betterat it.

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These exoskeletons might let you out-run a Terminator

New study deepens the controversy over Planet Nine’s existence

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Is there a mysterious Planet Nine hiding in the outskirts of our solar system? While there've been hypotheses making such claims, a new study looks to disprove its existence.

New AI improves itself through Darwinian-style evolution

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Should we be comfortable with Machine Learning?

Sci-Fi Short Film: “Grapefruit & Heat Death!” | DUST

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The Heat Death of the Universe in one easy lesson

5 effortless, science-backed changes to your isolation workspace that will improve...

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Make your inside more like your regular day and you may be happier and more prductive

“NEAR-PERFECT MOVIE” REVIEW: ALIENS (MAJOR Spoilers) Pt. 3

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Steve concludes his three-part review of James Cameron’s “near-perfect” SF movie, Aliens. Was it too much detail, just right, or too little? You tell us!

Tracking COVID-19 in real time: Using tech to preventoutbreaks

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No testing? Here's one solution.

Gamma-ray space telescope study may have spotted dark matter

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By comparing data derived from gravitational lensing and gamma ray observations....

Science Fiction and Medicine – What I’m Reading and Watching

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as reassuring as fiction can be, we all live in the real world and must protect ourselves and our loved ones and everyone else as best we can