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Slate argues that the first mission to Mars should be dude-free.
'Interstellar' already looks good, but these spots make it look even better.
Pluto might be coming back to the roster of planets, if a recent debate is any indication. Here's why.
We're going to back into space, NASA has just announced.
John Oliver gave the Russian sex geckos a musical eulogy with special guests and poured a little out for our geck-homies departed.
All five Russian sex geckos have perished. This is a dark day for all of us.
A great man once said: "You cannae break the laws of physics!" Turns out, though, you might be able to.
We might be taking the first step to moving to Mars for good.
John Oliver is very upset about the gecko orgy Russia lost in space. So he started #GoGetThoseGeckos.
Russia, in the course of performing valuable research on how lizards do it in space, lost the satellite said lizards were on. Yes, really.
When Astronaut Reid Wiseman isn't doing all that science stuff on the International Space Station, he's sending amazing Vine's to Earth.
The first Vine from space shows the unusual way the sun moves around the International Space Station.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson helps take down Sandra Bullock's space odyssey.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk unveiled the second version of their Dragon spacecraft while wearing a crushed velvet jacket (as one does).
Astronomer Kevin Luhman has found a brown dwarf star only 7.2 light years away, the coldest ever discovered. And it is actually cold.
NASA has found an exoplanet similar in size to Earth orbiting in the habitable zone of red dwarf star. Dibs. We just called dibs.
Saturn may be adding its 63rd moon to the family soon.
New findings from the Cassini spacecraft point to a large body of water beneath the surface of Enceladus, Jupiter's sixth-largest moon.
Think becoming an astronaut will solve your confidence problems? Think again...