Ever since humans first started to open their eyes some 200,000 years ago, we've looked up at the night sky and wondered what all was out there? As science and technology progressed we were able to learn more and more about the natural world beyond the Earth. So, the big question currently is how many habitable planets are out there?
Submitted by Prabir.Mehta on November 12, 2013
Think Gravity is just about being stranded in space? The movie actually packs a good amount of accurate physics and astronomy-related science. Check out our review of the STEM in his blockbuster film!
America's favorite doll is putting on some space gear and heading to Mars. NASA and Mattel join forces to bring us MARS EXPLORER BARBIE!
Is the world ending on Dec 21, 2012? The Mayan Calendar says it is, but if you look into the physics, astronomy, geology, and chemistry behind this prediction you may notice a different outcome!
You know what they call Kinetic Friction in France? Friction is a huge player in our day to day lives from parking to cooking to...umm...a lot of things.
All life on Earth relies on this bond, Covalent Bond!
The pressure's on! Literally everywhere. Check out how various levels of air pressure have an effect of everything around you!
Submitted by Prabir.Mehta on April 30, 2013
Our lovely and comfortable home here on Earth is a long ways away from the end of our solar system. Don’t forget, there’s a lot of space in space. Here on Earth concepts of boundaries involve rivers, lakes, mountains, human imposed borders, and so on. However, this is not how the limits of our solar system are established. There is no one thing at one point that defines the end, but there is definitely an end and it’s really far from here.
Submitted by Prabir.Mehta on January 3, 2013
So, who’s up for grabbing lunch in Tokyo today?
What do pennies, tennis balls and roses have in common? They can all be shattered after liquid nitrogen is poured on them. Now that’s supercool!