Explore the vast reaches of space and mankind’s continuing efforts to conquer the stars, including theories such as the Big Bang, the International Space Station, plus what the future holds for space travel and exploration.
The Zoo Hypothesis: Are Aliens Watching Us Like Animals in a Zoo?
Communicating With Aliens Is Hard. Communicating With Alien AI Could Be Harder
Could Dark Matter Spawn 'Shadow Life'?
What Is a Harvest Moon?
The Mysteries of Mercury Retrograde Unveiled: A Cosmic Phenomenon
A Comprehensive Guide to the Layers of the Earth
10 Best Ideas for Interplanetary Communication
How can the moon generate electricity?
How Terraforming Mars Will Work
What Really Happened to Yuri Gagarin, the First Man in Space?
Apollo 11 One Giant Leap For Mankind
How Sputnik Worked
Moon's Glass Beads Hold Billions of Tons of Water
Quiz: Apollo 11, the First Moon Landing
Who was James Webb?
The Fastest Fictional Spaceships
10 Fictional Spacecraft We Wish Were Real
How Lunar Rovers Work
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A massive planet 10 times the size of Earth seems to have been lurking on the edge of our solar system for some time now. How come we never noticed it before?
If you asked, most science fiction fans could probably name their favorite spaceships from television or cinema. Whether it’s the USS Enterprise or an Imperial Star Destroyer, they’re all pretty equal on the imaginative scale. However, when it comes to sheer speed, there are some fictional spaceships that are clearly faster than others. The Milano […] The post The Fastest Fictional Spaceships appeared first on Goliath.
By Wes Walcott
It's not a pleasant thought, is it? But when you mix chaos theory with a few crazy cosmologists, those tidy, predictable orbits start getting lively.
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By Rick Mayda
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Modern UFO history began with the 1947 UFO sighting by pilot Kenneth Arnold. But the roots of UFO stories stretch back to ancient and medieval days. Learn about the history of UFOs and strange phenomena from ancient times to the mid-20th century.