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An astronaut and a NASA engineer weigh in on The Martian, on this edition of Science Friday’s “Science Goes to the Movies.”
This week on The Macroscope, plant biologists send a lowly weed to the International Space Station to study its growth in zero gravity.
The cups work using capillary action: Simply press your lips to the rim, and you get a sip, whether you want one or not.
Astronauts separate fact from fiction in Alfonso Cuarón's 3-D space epic, Gravity.
Two astronauts answer your questions and discuss the many curiosities of living in space.
We’ll check in with crewmembers on board the International Space Station, just days before several are scheduled to return to Earth after months in orbit.
Two NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station talk about life and the view from 220 miles above Earth.
What happens when you spin eggs in space?
Sure, astronaut ice cream is yummy -- but how do you sip your morning coffee in zero gravity?
SciFri’s scientist-film critics weigh in on the science behind the Hollywood tec...
From miniatures and matte paintings to motion capture, a look at how movie techn...
We'll look at how Hollywood became a driving force in the invention of new techn...
Astronauts separate fact from fiction in Alfonso Cuarón's 3-D space epic, Gravit...
Paleontologists Lindsay Zanno and Kenneth Lacovara share what made them clap—and cringe—while watching Jurassic World.