Can playing games actually damage our development? Here are a few pros and cons on that subject, and my opinion on why you shouldn't stop playing games.
Space is not portrayed accurately in games and sci-fi. Here are 6 things that almost every game gets wrong, including the color of the moon! Did you know the moon is actually brown? Read on for more!
From barrel rolls as an astronaut training technique in Africa to the Kim's Jung's Mighty Space Slingshot program, I'm bringing you the very worst space programs ever, in our Space Race countdown!
I own a LEGO model of a Landspeeder and as it seems that will be the closest thing that I'll get to owning an actual piece of a Star Wars Technology. Don't feel bad for me, I'm still playing with that piece!
In Galileo's words: We cannot teach people anything; we can only help them discover it within themselves. Find out more about the surprising origin of the Big Bang concept, and how great minds perceive this theory. The following article has nothing to do with Sheldon Cooper.
The practice of time tracking is older than you think. Learn more about the very first astronomers known to mankind.
If you don’t mind me discussing the battles of gods and demons, I would like to tell you more about the music of the Mercury.
Multiverse is not a theory, but more of a consequence of our understanding of physics so far
Scientist say that there are potentially200 objects in our Solar System that may be classified as dwarf planets, but so far they’ve classified just five – Ceres, Eris, Pluto, Makemake and Haumea.
NASA is hiring, and this could be the working holiday of a lifetime… if you meet the requirements.
Recent discoveries showed that there is one “local” super-massive black hole located in our galaxy in a region known as Sagittarius A*. Fortunately, it is said that it’s pretty far away from us so we don’t have to worry… yet.