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HAPPY BIRTHDAY HUGO GERNSBACK

HAPPY BIRTHDAY HUGO GERNSBACK

Hasty calculations suggst Mr. Gernsback, the ‘Father of Science Fiction’, would be 134 today. We couldn’t have done it without you, Hugo! Fittingly, the Retro Hugo Awards will be presented tonight. Read More »

2018 Retro Hugo Awards for 1943

2018 Retro Hugo Awards for 1943

Winners will be highlighted when the results are in. Best Novel Beyond This Horizon, by Anson MacDonald (Robert A. Heinlein) (Astounding Science-Fiction, April & May 1942) Darkness and the Light, by Olaf Stapledon (Methuen / S.J.R. Saunders) Donovan’s Brain, by Curt Siodmak (Black Mask, September-November 1942) Islandia, by Austin Tappan Wright (Farrar & Rinehart) Second Stage Lensmen, by ... Read More »

Worldcon76 Trip Report:  Day 2

Worldcon76 Trip Report: Day 2

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Anime roundup 8/16/2018: A Level in Badass

Anime roundup 8/16/2018: A Level in Badass

In this week's viewing: The quiet ones in Steins;Gate and Attack on Titan have finally had it, and more! Read More »

Juno data indicate another possible volcano on Jupiter moon Io

Juno data indicate another possible volcano on Jupiter moon Io

Geez, doesn't Io have enough volcanoes already? Read More »

10 of the strangest exoplanets in the universe | Big Think

10 of the strangest exoplanets in the universe | Big Think

While we're not finding too many "Earths", we sure are finding some strange planets Read More »

WORLDCON76 TRIP REPORT:  DAY 1

WORLDCON76 TRIP REPORT: DAY 1

Hopefully, we had the time to post something. Read More »

Quantum version of ‘Maxwell’s Demon’ reveals weird catch  

Quantum version of ‘Maxwell’s Demon’ reveals weird catch  

Energy extraction from information - on the quantum level Read More »

The Octonion Math That Could Underpin Physics | Quanta Magazine

The Octonion Math That Could Underpin Physics | Quanta Magazine

This is one for the Math Heads Read More »

History’s Fastest Jettisoned Gas From Stellar Outburst Discovered Originating From Superstar Eta Carinae

History’s Fastest Jettisoned Gas From Stellar Outburst Discovered Originating From Superstar Eta Carinae

Eta Carinae sets a galactic speed record Read More »

News | The Fading Ghost of a Long-Dead Star

News | The Fading Ghost of a Long-Dead Star

Super supernova remnants identified Read More »

Black holes are actually giant fuzzballs of string, claims new research

Black holes are actually giant fuzzballs of string, claims new research

A new paper strengthens the theory that black holes are like balls of space yarn and debunks the idea of “firewalls”. Source: Black holes are actually giant fuzzballs of string, claims new research Read More »

Observatories Team Up to Reveal Rare Double Asteroid

Observatories Team Up to Reveal Rare Double Asteroid

You put your one asteroid in, you put your other asteroid in and you circle all about, you do the astro polky and turn yourself about, that's what it's all about! Read More »

NASA’s Fermi Traces Source of Cosmic Neutrino to Monster Black Hole

NASA’s Fermi Traces Source of Cosmic Neutrino to Monster Black Hole

A great piece of detective work confirms a long held theory Read More »

Elusive trigger for cooling 13,000 years ago might have been found | Ars Technica

Elusive trigger for cooling 13,000 years ago might have been found | Ars Technica

The MacKenzie River now gets the blame for the Younger Dryas cooling Read More »

13 Prosthetic Arms and Legs and More That Appear to have Come from the Future

13 Prosthetic Arms and Legs and More That Appear to have Come from the Future

Prosthetics with Nerf Guns! Next - match your evening wear! Read More »

Planetary ‘fingerprints’ will boost exoplanet hunt

Planetary ‘fingerprints’ will boost exoplanet hunt

It's a bit anthropocentric, but the only clues we have to go by are right in our own backyard Read More »

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Planetary ‘fingerprints’ will boost exoplanet hunt

Planetary ‘fingerprints’ will boost exoplanet hunt

It's a bit anthropocentric, but the only clues we have to go by are right in our own backyard Read More »

Articles populaires d’août

Articles populaires d’août

Our most popular posts now with French headlines! Read More »

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How Asteroid Mining Will Save Earth  

First shipment of ores from asteroids arrives on Earth today: gold, silver, nickel, platinum, steel markets crash.... Read More »

Boeing shifts schedule for Starliner, calls 2019 crew launch “realistic” 

Boeing shifts schedule for Starliner, calls 2019 crew launch “realistic” 

...and US Manned space flight is delayed, again.... Read More »

Insane Hubless Motorcycle With Airplane Engine

Insane Hubless Motorcycle With Airplane Engine

It's a bike, but talk about Low Riders! Read More »

Black holes, quasars & supernova: The most astounding phenomenon in outer space | Big Think

Black holes, quasars & supernova: The most astounding phenomenon in outer space | Big Think

A nice primer on some of the coolest objects in the universe Read More »

AMAZING NEWS – 20180812

AMAZING NEWS – 20180812

Hoo Boy! what a round up this week - headlined by Worldcon76's response to the planned Saturday protests, rife witth wonderful scientific happenings, travelling to Callahan's with Spider R and, really, a ton more Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM – 20180812

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM – 20180812

Inky Awards, Dragon Awards and more Dragon Awards, Worldcon's response to protests, cats sleeping on SF...it's biblical! Read More »

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Wow! several spanish language posts in the top 10! And, of course, lots of other cool stuff popular with our readers Read More »

Plans for Worldcon Week

Plans for Worldcon Week

Notes for up-coming changes due to the advent of Worldcon76 Read More »

Reseña de Libro: Antología Universos en Expansión.

Reseña de Libro: Antología Universos en Expansión.

"Expanding Universes", a critical anthology of Peruvian Science Fiction, was presented at the International Book Fair in Lima, Peru. Read More »

FUN FILK AND A FILM REVIEW—JURASSIC WORLD: Fallen  Kingdom

FUN FILK AND A FILM REVIEW—JURASSIC WORLD: Fallen Kingdom

This week Steve talks about some filk, some fan musicians, and even a movie! Yes, the sequel to Jurassic World is up… will it be a drubbing or roses and a bottle of champagne? Read it and see! Read More »

Perseids Peak This Saturday & Sunday Evenings

Perseids Peak This Saturday & Sunday Evenings

Viewing info for the Perseids. Read More »

Watch Two Meteorites Smash Into the Moon

Watch Two Meteorites Smash Into the Moon

Cosmic Walnuts Attack the Moon (where's Space Force when you need it?) Read More »

With Mars Close to the Earth, Hubble Space Telescope Snaps Cool Pics 

With Mars Close to the Earth, Hubble Space Telescope Snaps Cool Pics 

"I'm ready for my close up, Mr. DeMille" Read More »

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