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House for Martians Brought to Life by Bristol Artists

An ongoing public art project will explore how we live today and stimulate visions for new ways of living here on Earth and on Mars....

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Soviet Space Graphics: Cosmic Visions from the USSR

A comprehensive collection in which to get lost and marvel at a time when whatever was plausible was seen as achievable....

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Heaven’s Above in Celestial Promise

Correcting nihilism through perspective, the painting of Mark Batty....

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Psychohorology: Jordan Baseman on using time as a canvas

Jordan Baseman's latest work Radio Influenza uses his technique of time and reportage to describe the progression of events that marked the Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918...

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Precious Nothing Pt 3: I Ching

Space-time contains value on all human levels of understanding so where do we sit with it? ...

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Precious Nothing Pt 2: Borges

Space-time contains value on all human levels of understanding so where do we sit with it? ...

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Precious Nothing Pt 1: Pi

Space-time contains value on all human levels of understanding so where do we sit with it? ...

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Making Space For Art?

Two art projects were launched into space yesterday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. If all goes well, they will settle into orbits around the Earth....

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Cosmic Titan Discovery

The galaxy proto-supercluster, nicknamed Hyperion, is the largest and most massive structure yet found at such a remote time and distance. ...

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Sons of a Galactic Wasteland

Sons Of Alpha Centauri get a little space-y with latest instrumental release 'Continuum' - but is it cool, Sci-Fi space or just the dark bits in between?...

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Cosmic Crash by Sausage

An international team of astronomers has discovered an ancient and dramatic head-on collision between the Milky Way and a smaller object, dubbed the Sausage galaxy. ...

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Solar Flares Can Now Be Studied On Earth

Swedish physicists have proposed a method for studying solar flares in a laboratory environment....

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Astronauts Can Now Identify Genes in Space

First-ever sample-to-sequence process entirely aboard a space station...

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Alchemical Ponderings – Where Exactly Does Gold Come From?

An international group of scientists reveals the mystery about the origin of gold ...

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The Space That Holds the Stars

Professor Bobby Acharya on the Depth of Dimensions in Physics and Mathematics...

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Good News: We Can Terraform Mars. Bad News: It’ll Stink

A mission to Mars could make its own oxygen thanks to plasma technology ...

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Tracking the Ripples in the Cosmic Web

A team of astronomers has made the first measurements of small-scale ripples in primeval hydrogen gas using rare double quasars...

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Asteroids: If the impact doesn’t get you, what will?

In an asteroid impact, violent winds, shock waves from impacts pose greatest threat to humans...

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Where in the Universe did that Fast Radio Burst Come From?

Cosmic source found for mysterious 'fast radio burst' ...

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Gaze Thee Upon the Cosmic Metamaser

The Hubble Space Telescope offers some seasonal images of a newly discovered Cosmic Metamaser...

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In Search of Trojan Asteroids : The Solar System’s Silent Watchers

Trojan asteroids are travel companions to planets as they orbit the Sun. It's time to find them....

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We Are Infinite Song: Consolations of the Soul

As 2016 enters its final phase, remember: we are as much infinite song as we are earthen flesh...

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Are YOU Nature’s Roundest Thing?

Max Planck Institute scholars answer the question: what is the roundest thing in the universe?...

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Meteorites Show Martian Drought Was Long-Lived

Mars is incredibly dry, and has been that way for millions of years....

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Happy Hallowe’en From NASA, With a Bunch of Pumpkin Stars

opical news from NASA couldn’t be more timely on this Hallowe’en day. They’ve found a bunch of stars that look like pumpkins. Hooray. If only there were some sort of important event...

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Forget Hornby, How About 3D Printing the Universe?

Physicists make it possible to 3-D print your own baby universe ...

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Tin Foil Hats. No, Really: The dementia risk of galactic cosmic ray exposure

UCI study raises questions about long-term brain health after extended spaceflights...

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Where next for the Curiosity Mars Rover? (And will there be explosions?)

To the Murray Formation - and Beyond! The Mars Curiosity rover sets its GPS for new horizons...

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Banging Rocks to find Life on Mars

Seismic activity on Mars may produce enough hydrogen to support life...

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Now That’s Impressive: Water-Powered Satellite to Orbit Moon

Cornell's quest: Make the first CubeSat to orbit the moon...

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