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Watch cars levitate -- there's a down-to-earth explanation

Technically Incorrect: In China, cars roll up to a junction, lift off the ground and spin bizarrely. A weird magnetic field? Or something more prosaic?

By November 29, 2015


Celestial (iOS)

Though it has some issues, Celestial is worthwhile for its relaxing, ambient sounds.

By May 1, 2015

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 1, 2015

Celestial has a sparse interface, with some minor issues (pictures)

Once you figure it out, Celestial is easy to use, but a couple of design choices make the buttons difficult to understand.

5 Images By May 1, 2015


Watch as driver's phone captures celestial road rage instant karma

On a Florida highway, a man is tailgating in his very large truck. He finally offers the driver he's following his middle finger. Then the gods offer him retribution. Now it's all over YouTube.

By March 27, 2014


John Legend records song with actual stars from space

Real stars get in on recording with superstar John Legend after an assist from astrophysicist.

By November 30, 2015


Look for fireballs in the night sky as Taurid meteor swarm peaks

It's not the apocalypse raining down on us. What you're seeing is a particularly active year for the Taurid meteor shower.

By November 2, 2015


What happens when a giant hole opens on the sun?

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory has photographed a massive coronal hole gaping across the face of the sun. Here's what it means.

By October 18, 2015


See a supersonic jet's shock waves in mind-bending NASA images

A new technique uses the sun and moon as backgrounds to capture visuals of supersonic shock waves as a crazy-fast jet breaks the sound barrier.

By September 24, 2015


You can't take a selfie stick to see the pope

Technically Incorrect: When Pope Francis visits Washington DC later this month, selfie sticks will be deemed tools of the devil. Which is understandable.

By September 14, 2015


NASA says chill out, there's no doomsday asteroid next month

Rumors of an Earth-shattering asteroid impact scheduled for September are blown off course by NASA applying science to the fear-mongering.

By August 20, 2015