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    Star Wars: The Mandalorian—Mid-Season Review

    Disney’s New Star Wars Western Is A Huge Success. Here’s Why… (Warning: Possible Spoilers Ahead) Well, Star Wars fans, we’re a little over halfway through the season of the much-hyped Disney Plus series, “The Mandalorian.” So far, reviews from critics...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • NASA's ruptured Space Launch System

    Watch NASA Blow Up The Space Launch System!

    Here’s What Happens When Engineers Decide to Blow Up Its New Space Launch System (SLS) Progress and greatness often demand sacrifice. Sometimes, in order to create something beautiful, one must destroy it first. Still, I personally burst into tears every...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Blue Origin launch of new shepard

    Blue Origin Launch Faces Weather Delay

    Bezos and Co Will Have to Wait At Least Another Day for the Latest Blue Origin Launch Several months have passed since the last time we saw a Blue Origin launch. That dry spell was supposed to end today. Unfortunately...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • NASA's Space Launch System

    NASA’s Space Launch System First Core Unveiled (Watch)

    The Controversial and Expensive Space Launch System is One Step Closer to Taking Americans Back to the Moon.  Senator Richard Shelby’s (R- Alabama) pet project—a ridiculously large and expensive rocket called the Space Launch System (SLS)—got all kinds of attention...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • An elephant seal wearing a scientific hat for NASA

    NASA Recruits Elephant Seals in Funny Hats

    These Elephant Seals Will Help NASA to Better Understand Climate Change Elephant seals Wearing The Latest Fashion For Science! No, this seal isn’t under a delusion that it’s a unicorn. And it’s not putting on a fashion show for its...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • cancer cell depiction

    The Cure For Cancer May Be In Space

    Researchers Find That Zero Gravity Conditions Kill Cancer Cells A research team in Australia found that in their study 80% of cancer cells died in zero gravity. Now they’ll send the cells responsible for the plague of this era into...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Artist's rendition of dark matter

    Missing Dark Matter: The Mystery of the 19 Galaxies

    Astrophysicists Scramble To Figure Out The Absence of Dark Matter In Nineteen Newly-Discovered Dwarf Galaxies. Studying dark matter is a tricky business. Those familiar with astronomy and the techniques used to determine what we know can tell you that there’s...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • artwork for The Expanse from Amazon Prime's streaming service 2

    Which Streaming Service is Best for Space Fans?

    More And More Of Us Are Cutting The Cord These Days, But How’s A Space Fan Supposed To Choose A Streaming Service? We live in the golden age of television. Or so they say. Regardless of the truth of that...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Vikram lander crash site

    NASA Finally Finds Vikram Lander Wreckage

    An Amateur Astronomer Helps NASA Locate the Ill-Fated Vikram Lander Ever since the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched Chandrayaan 2 back in July, the world of space geeks (we know who we are) has been paying attention. Chandrayaan 2...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Boeing Starliner

    Boeing Starliner Test Delayed

    The Latest In A Long Series Of Delays For The Embattled Boeing Starliner Spacecraft. It appears NASA will have to wait just a bit longer to see if the Boeing Starliner spacecraft can get off the ground and dock with...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • Thanksgiving in space

    Thanksgiving in Space!

    The View and the Food May Be Different, but Astronauts on the ISS Still Find Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving in Space. The astronauts aboard the ISS are used to eating space food. After all, every kilogram we send into orbit...

    Brandon Humphreys
  • NASA's Super Guppy Transport Aircraft

    NASA’s Super Guppy Aircraft Delivers Orion to Ohio!

    The Super Guppy Brings the Artemis 1 Mission Spacecraft to Final Testing Grounds One certainly understands why NASA’s giant transport aircraft is named after a fish. Beyond that, though, the bulbous Super Guppy manages to be both retro and futuristic...

    Brandon Humphreys