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  • 'Interstellar' doesn't live up to Nolan's earlier work

    Call it the M. Night Shyamalan syndrome. A director begins his career with triumphant early films, then something snaps. Tim Burton, Ridley Scott, Jason Reitman and many more decline as their command of excitement fades. It makes you hope that the...
  • As many as half of all stars reside outside of galaxies, study finds

    As many as half of all stars reside outside of galaxies, study finds
    Even stars can get lost in space. Scientists who shot a rocket up beyond Earth’s atmosphere for a matter of minutes have made a remarkable discovery about the diffuse background light that permeates the universe: As many as half of all stars may...
  • Blast your name into space aboard NASA's Orion spacecraft

    Blast your name into space aboard NASA's Orion spacecraft
    Blast off into deep space on NASA's Orion first test flight in December. You can hitch a ride, or at least your name can, aboard NASA's new Mars-bound spacecraft, set for liftoff from Cape Canaveral on Dec. 4. Sign up to have your name uploaded to the...
  • Did volcanoes erupt on the moon while dinosaurs roamed Earth?

    Did volcanoes erupt on the moon while dinosaurs roamed Earth?
    Ever looked up into the night sky and seen the ancient face of the “man on the moon”? Well, turns out he may have had some recent work done. Scientists thought the moon has been cold and dead for roughly a billion years. But strange small...
  • Christopher Nolan injects his sci-fi with soul

    Christopher Nolan injects his sci-fi with soul
    Near the end of Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar," as this vast science fiction blockbuster-to-be neared its third hour, the floodgates burst: My chin quivered (check), tear ducts filled (check), cheeks grew warmer (check). And yup, I cried. Sneaking a...
  • The Week in Pictures | October 27 – November 2, 2014

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. A seven week manhunt cam to an end this week in Pennsylvania, where authorities finally captured survivalist Eric Frein, who authorities say killed a Pennsylvania state trooper in an ambush...
  • Space exploration remains final frontier in 8th District congressional race

    Space exploration remains final frontier in 8th District congressional race
    Voters on the Space Coast have two congressional candidates who put space exploration among their top priorities but agree on little else: incumbent Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Posey of Rockledge and Democrat Gabriel Rothblatt. Posey, 66, a former NASA...
  • Hubble spies the ghostly remains of a galactic horror show in space

    Hubble spies the ghostly remains of a galactic horror show in space
    Space can be a spooky place, if you know where to look. In the image above, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures the ghostly remains of a galactic horror show that occurred billions of light years away in a group of galaxies known as Pandora's...
  • 'Interstellar' mulls science and soul

    Juilliard-trained. Schooled in Shakespeare, Strindberg, Oscar Wilde. Dedicated to her art, and to the idea of art. But in" Interstellar, the widescreen sci-fi epic from Christopher Nolan, opening Friday, Jessica Chastain plays a scientist with a head...
  • NASA comes to Howard Community College for forum on climate change data

    NASA comes to Howard Community College for forum on climate change data
    Scientists who observe the Earth from space say data they collect show that climate change is affecting the planet's landscape. With a goal of sharing that data with the public, a forum titled "Changing Landscapes Observed from Space" will open to the...
  • Hydrogen-detecting innovation earns national honors

    Hydrogen-detecting innovation earns national honors
    A hydrogen-detecting pigment attached to tape, developed by a team of scientists at the University of Central Florida and NASA'S John F. Kennedy Space Center, has been selected as one of the year's top new technologies. The invention, called...