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The International Space Station once again steps into the moonlight in an extraordinary photo. See if you can spot it.
HBO's "Game of Thrones" began with one Baratheon on the Iron Throne and two others on the Small Council. This fan-made video shows the rise and fall of the once-great house of Westeros.
"I love science, but I also love looking good." Megan Amram entertains with experiments and interviews while poking fun of gender stereotypes in a new comedy series for Amy Poehler's Smart Girls website.
Technically Incorrect: Alleged surveillance camera video emerges that claims to show what really happened to the hitchhiking robot cut down in its prime in Philadelphia. It's surely fake.
The automaker has unveiled its "Slide" hoverboard at a custom-crafted skate park in Spain. Enjoy the video demonstration, but don't get any ideas about buying one.
Flight route: Florida to Hawaii via the moon. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin shares some of the more mundane artifacts of humanity's first trip to the moon.
When a package containing heroin, marijuana and tobacco lands in a prison yard, things go pretty much the way you'd expect.
The sci-fi TV hit -- featuring five, five, five characters in one! -- has officially been greenlit for a fourth season. But how much of it is based on real science?
Recording studios are replacing interns with robots. Music producer Sam Pura, owner of The Panda Studios in Northern California, shows off his new best friend in the studio, the robot microphone.
Eagle-eyed alien fans spotted a crab-like formation in a Mars photo. It joins an illustrious lineage of weird objects photographed on the Red Planet.
From faces to crabs to jelly doughnuts, there's a history of entertaining images from Mars that amuse scientists and excite conspiracy theorists and alien fans.
A new fan-made song about "Harry Potter" is making the rounds, and this one brings the wizard into "Blank Space" by mashing up Potter stories with Taylor Swift melodies.
Nichelle Nichols, the actress who played Lt. Nyota Uhura on "Star Trek," is going back to space. Sort of. She'll take part in a NASA image-capturing flight in September.