Carl Sagan's legacy makes a return in a major television event happening in 2014.
Now billions of people on our "Pale Blue Dot" can take a look at the historical letters, studies, and musings of pioneering space scientist Carl Sagan.
The ability to measure the distortion of space and time near the supermassive black holes lurking at the hearts of many, if not all, large galaxies may give astronomers a new tool for studying galactic evolution.
At nearly half the price of a suborbital flight, Romain Jerome's latest slab of luxury has sci-fi styling, moon dust, and Apollo 11 bits. But no spacesuit.
Wear comfortable shoes. Pen and paper will be provided. Crave contributor Kelsey Adams explains how she became trapped forever in a spatiotemporal distortion, and maybe so could you!
Using state-of-the-art mirrors and detectors on opposite ends of an extended 33-foot-long mast, a small X-ray telescope launched today will study black holes and the mechanics of supernova explosions.
Smartphone apps are increasingly important to the technology world. In the first in a weekly installment, CNET takes looks at the business of applications.
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It's a big, big maybe, but a professor in Israel is working on time machine theories.