By: SPACE.com Staff
Published: 02/21/2012 11:33 AM EST on SPACE.com
Scientists have discovered a new type of alien planet — a steamy waterworl...
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Water parks in the United Kingdom deliver a taste of the tropics to the British Isles. Families will find a perfect blend of thrills, places to chill,...
What happens when a profession becomes obsolete? Or when no one wishes to carry on a tradition? A tiny community of skin divers in the Korean Strait constitutes the last generation that will earn its living underwater.
This is a movie that has few ideas of its own, except for one large and highly suspect central one.
The unmistakable sign of a well-wrought book or film is that it puts us in a light trance. We suspend disbelief, immerse ourselves in the universe unfolding before us.
You know that something's changing when Earth Day begins to morph into Earth Week with accompanying celebrations akin to High Holy Week.
This year's gimmicky Benjamin Button cost $150 million, the superlative Milk cost just $15 million. Why not fund ten more Milk-type films and forego one Button?
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Astronauts aboard the orbiting shuttle-station complex got a double dose of good news Tuesday: A rotary joint that they s...
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