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Wormhole travel across the universe and supergiant black holes are just some of the wonders seen in the film 'Interstellar.'

Interstellar ... I Love Sci Fi

Wormhole travel across the universe and supergiant black holes are just some of the wonders seen in the film 'Interstellar.'

The First Human To Break The Speed Of Sound In A Free Fall...Felix-Baumgartner  ....And he's FINE too!

The First Human To Break The Speed Of Sound In A Freefall

The First Human To Break The Speed Of Sound In A Free Fall...Felix-Baumgartner ....And he's FINE too!

It's just the thing that is so unbelievable you kind of want to brush it off as a hoax, but it could happen, so you're just left with this odd feeling of uncertainty. Either way it's a pretty cool thing.

It's just the thing that is so unbelievable you kind of want to brush it off as a hoax, but it could happen, so you're just left with this odd feeling of uncertainty. Either way it's a pretty cool thing.

A recent Sky & Telescope tour of Iceland treated 50-some astro-tourists to spectacular views of the northern lights.

A recent Sky & Telescope tour of Iceland treated 50-some astro-tourists to spectacular views of the northern lights.

If you see a really bright autumn fireball, it might be a Taurid meteor — a fragment of Comet 2P/Encke.

If you see a really bright autumn fireball, it might be a Taurid meteor — a fragment of Comet 2P/Encke.

In the mood for a change of scene? We meet three stars that left their homes 2.5 million years ago for the Wild West of the Milky Way.

In the mood for a change of scene? We meet three stars that left their homes 2.5 million years ago for the Wild West of the Milky Way.

Scientists puzzled for decades as to why their equations did not explain the observed universe and why the infinitesimally small scale did not match the astronomically large universe ? Then then factored in Dark matter and it's polar opposite Dark energy and then computer simulations make sense BUT it's all theory, since Dark material cannot be observed but its effect on visible celestial bodies confirm their existence through billions of pieces of data extrapolated by astronomers number…

Scientists puzzled for decades as to why their equations did not explain the observed universe and why the infinitesimally small scale did not match the astronomically large universe ? Then then factored in Dark matter and it's polar opposite Dark energy and then computer simulations make sense BUT it's all theory, since Dark material cannot be observed but its effect on visible celestial bodies confirm their existence through billions of pieces of data extrapolated by astronomers number…

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