Scientists have confirmed that a dagger found in Tutankhamun’s tomb was fashioned from a meteorite. This suggests that the boy king was living exactly like any teenaged boy who found himself king, acquiring as many totally fucking metal toys as possible.
Over the past few months, five fashion schools have been working with the European Space Agency to find out what happens when space-age technologies and materials collide with couture design. The results, shown here, were unveiled at the London Science Museum yesterday.
After a year in space, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly has returned to Earth, where things are currently going very well.
Sarah Parcak has a great job title: She’s a space archeologist.
Last Tuesday, Hillary Clinton had a meeting with the editorial board of New Hampshire’s Conway Daily Sun during which she discussed serious issues including the economy and foreign policy. She also fielded one question about the most serious issue of all: UFOs.
Aw, an asteroid is planning to drop by Earth this Christmas Eve, just like your third cousin who comes over and steals all the frosted Santa cookies before they’re finished. But, unlike your cousin, this asteroid will cause you no emotional harm.
A group of six very cool Russian women have locked themselves in a fake space ship in an attempt to study what an eight-day all-female mission to the moon might do to a person psychologically and physically.
Now you can save your loved ones the stress of planning your funeral by having your remains sent to the moon. A company called Elysium Space has created small metallic cubes that can hold cremated remains. They will launch clusters of these cubes into outer space, where they will soft land on the moon’s surface. So,…
Nichelle Nichols, who played Lieutenant Uhura on the original Star Trek television show, revealed that she will be heading out on a NASA flight in September.
Sorry, Pluto. You’ll have to take solace in your Dashboard Confessional albums, because NASA just dropped a new, fully illuminated photo of Earth, and it is pure sex.
Being the big, bright, volatile and self-destructive balls of gas they are, stars aren’t really just like us. Or—wait a minute.
Sonia Van Meter is the managing director of Stanford Caskey, a national Democratic opposition research firm. She's also one of 100 candidates selected by Mars One for Martian colonization in 2025. Many are skeptical of Mars One's prospects; many (like Buzz Aldrin) hope the mission succeeds. Regardless, Mars is the…
Before you rail against the attention paid to Kim K. when there's, like, real news happening: The Wall Street Journal compared the number of tweets containing #BreakTheInternet and "Kardashian" vs. #cometlanding and "comet," from the 24-hour period starting 11 a.m. yesterday. Turns out space program won, hands down.
I feel grumpy. It's probably too late for me to be up. There's a house full of people, some kind of party. I go to my parents' room to lie on the bed, and my Grandpa Pat comes after me. He wants a hug and a kiss. I don't feel like it. I like him, but I'm always a little shy: he's got that big barrel chest and smells…
At Manish Arora, the mood was festive; rows 1-3 were offered little Dixie cups of pomegranate juice, with attendees' names calligraphed on them in neon puffy pen. The ushers, who were robots, wore hot-pink dishwashing gloves to hand out the drinks, whispering softly, "It's dosed. It's dosed. It's dosed." Their voices…
If you have ever looked up at night and gazed upon the stars like humans have for millions of years, and wondered, "Hey, what if I put my dead dog's ashes in a rocket and fired it way the fuck up there?" then have I got a special something for you.
Last night was the premiere of Extant, the new Steven Spielberg-produced, Malia Obama assisted, Halle Berry television vehicle about an astronaut's mysterious space pregnancy.
The "Galaxy Chic" line of BH Cosmetics eyeshadow is inspired by space. Each little eyeshadow palate is styled to look like a star, or a planet. To quote Judy Jetson, these are "outer-galactic!"
2013 is almost over — but before we say goodbye lets say thank you to the people who made this year the best year. Seriously, without this list of breakout actors and brand new faces we would be lost, bored, or have nothing to GIF. Here is our complete list of the best breakout stars of 2013.
Pictured here: Leland Melvin (NASA Astronaut and the Agency's Associate Administrator for Education) with his two dogs, Jake and Scout (Adorable Assistants to NASA's Associate Administrator for Education).