Special Relativity

Einstein's discovery of Special Relativity in 1905 changed our definition of time radically.

Special Relativity

Special Relativity
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Einstein's discovery of Special Relativity in 1905 changed our definition of time radically.

What it’s Like to Launch Into Space

What it’s Like to Launch Into Space
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Having experienced a launch into space, Astronaut Leland Melvin describes what it feels like to go from launchpad to zero-g's.

Supporting Early Learning and Curiosity Is Key

Supporting Early Learning and Curiosity Is Key
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Astronaut Leland Melvin explains why it's so important to promote early learning and curiosity to keep science and technology achievements like space exploration moving forward.

Living in Space and the Year In Space Mission

Living in Space and the Year In Space Mission
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Astronaut Leland Melvin explains what life is like on the International Space Station, and what makes this #YearInSpace mission important.

Space Week Starts November 10

Space Week Starts November 10
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This November, an event 13.8 billion years in the making. Space Week starts Monday, Nov. 10 on Science.

The Most Dangerous Spacewalk In History

The Most Dangerous Spacewalk In History
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As NASA attempts to divert an asteroid from hitting Earth, astronauts will embark upon the most dangerous spacewalk ever -- climbing outside of the ship and up to a bag carrying a 4.5-billion-year-old asteroid.

Commercial Spacecraft Prepare to Mine the Moon

Commercial Spacecraft Prepare to Mine the Moon
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The moon is rich in mineral wealth, from platinum to an unusual form of helium. Silicon Valley titans are aiming for the moon, hoping to successfully land on the lunar surface.

Are Asteroids A Threat To Earth?

Are Asteroids A Threat To Earth?
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As NASA monitors threats from space with its Near-Earth Object Program, Science takes a closer look at the danger asteroids pose to our planet.

13.8 Billion Years Ago, The Big Bang Happened

13.8 Billion Years Ago, The Big Bang Happened
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13.8 billion years ago, the Big Bang happened and our universe was created. Here are some Science Channel videos about the Big Bang.

Astronaut Diaries

Astronaut Diaries
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Dave Brown, a first-time astronaut aboard the space shuttle Columbia, was also an aspiring filmmaker who shot hundreds of hours of the training process leading up to what would become Columbia's final mission. In scenes usually veiled from the pu ...

A Herculean Task

A Herculean Task
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Before the mission can even begin, the Curiosity rover needs to safely land on the surface of Mars - a monumentally difficult task.

Sticking the Landing

Sticking the Landing
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Engineers from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory devised an intricate plan for the most ambitious landing on an alien planet ever attempted.

Chem Cam

Chem Cam
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The Curiosity rover's "Chem Cam" has a high-intensity laser will help scientists identify the chemical makeup of the surface of Mars.

Our Journey: Last Shuttle: Our Journey

Our Journey: Last Shuttle: Our Journey
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Don't miss history in the making. Get a look back at NASA's shuttle program and see Atlantis blast off for the last time. Last Shuttle: Our Journey premieres Friday, July 8, 2011 at 10PM e/p on Science.

Date The Moon

Date The Moon
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If location is important to you, look no further than the Moon! She's close, available and is already mildly obsessed with the Earth. It's win, win!

Space Elevator

Space Elevator
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Dr. Singer meets a group of engineers working to create a giant "space elevator" for a NASA contest. The winner gets $2 million!

Building Shelter

Building Shelter
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Take a look at the kinds of protective shelters we'd need in order to live on Mars' surface. Here's a hint: the shelters are more stone age than space age.

Heat Test

Heat Test
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Dr. Singer tests simple solar cells to see if they'll provide power on a mission to Mercury, but catastrophe ensues!

Titan's Core

Titan's Core
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Scientists use a cantelope and some bowls to describe Titan's core.

Centrifuge

Centrifuge
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A Short-Range Human Centrifuge demonstrates for Dr. Singer one of the most promising methods of creating artificial gravity on spaceships.

Weather on Venus

Weather on Venus
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Before we can live on Venus, we have to find a way to deal with the planet's extreme weather.

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