Don't be like Shaun and Ed — have a plan in place before an emergency happens.
Prepare to welcome our robot overlords.
Mathematician Katherine Johnson passed away February 24th at 101 years old.
From sci-fi epics to incredible documentaries, these movies are out of this world.
By Aliza Polkes
Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin explores the dark side of the Moon in this raw tale of depression and the complexities of celebrity.
From post-apocalyptic fiction to real-life studies of the Earth, these books examine the effect we have on Mother Nature's most beautiful creations.
NASA veteran Hugh Harris examines the Challenger disaster that occurred on January 28, 1986, and what we’ve learned from it.
By Hugh Harris
And they made it so...
By Allison Wild
As extreme as deep-sea habitats may sound, the more researchers look, the more unbelievable species they discover.
By Jen Huizen
Golf balls, an original Warhol, and bags of poop — humans have left a lot of strange things on the lunar surface.
Learn more about the theoretical physicist responsible for some of the most incredible scientific discoveries.
Author George Pendle explores the fascinating and unorthodox life of a brilliant scientist in his book "Strange Angel."
The tech that Gibson predicted 30+ years ago in Neuromancer now feels closer to reality than fiction.
By Chris Mahon
On January 27, 1967, a fire broke out during a launch simulation of the Apollo 1 aircraft, killing the men inside and changing NASA forever.
Here’s how the most popular of today’s Mars-set science fiction stories line up with today’s science.