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What If NASA's Apollo Program Had Not Been Canceled?

The movie Apollo 18 claims to reveal decades-old footage of astronauts on a secret mission two years after Apollo 17--the last real expedition to the moon. In actuality, NASA did prepare for Apollos 18, 19 and 20

September 1, 2011 — Adam Hadhazy and SPACE.com

The Final Frontier: The Science of Star Trek

As the new movie warps into theaters this week, we ask physicist Lawrence Krauss, author of The Physics of Star Trek, how the sci-fi franchise keeps it real, and also how it bends--or breaks--a few laws of nature

May 6, 2009 — Adam Hadhazy

Got a sexy science project? Call Hugh Hefner for funding

If you show up to the New York Academy of Medicine the night of April 27th, you'll hear journalist Tom Maier discuss his new biography of famous sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson.

April 23, 2009 — Adam Hadhazy
Will Space-Based Solar Power Finally See the Light of Day?

Will Space-Based Solar Power Finally See the Light of Day?

A satellite that reaps the sun's energy in space and beams it down to Earth for use as electricity may leave the realm of sci-fi and edge closer to reality this week following an energy deal in California

April 16, 2009 — Adam Hadhazy

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