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10 GIFs Of Deep-Sea Creatures Encountering A Sub
Never-before-seen images from a recent expedition to the ocean floor
9 Space Pictures That Look Like Christmas
All through the universe, not a star complex was stirring, not even Cygnus X! Merry Christmas from Popular Science.
How Students Are Testing Medical Devices For Future Astronauts
A little zero gravity goes a long way toward keeping spacefliers alive.
What Happens If You Have A Heart Attack In Space?
I flew in zero-G with a team of college students testing a device that could save astronauts' lives.
The Week In Numbers: Drugs In Your Water, A Spaceship For The Sea, And More
2016: year by which a French team hopes to finish an ambitious ocean-going laboratory that would rival the Starship Enterprise … Continued
Video: Fabien Cousteau Answers Your Questions About Life Under The Sea
Plus, a tour of the underwater lab Aquarius
The Week In Numbers: Google’s Internet Satellites, Humans In Suspended Animation, And More
$1 billion: money Google is spending to spread internet access with satellites 50 degrees F: temperature of a human body … Continued
The Week In Numbers: Turning Light Into Matter, A New Dragon Spacecraft, And More
$71 million per astronaut: amount NASA pays Russia for trips to the International Space Station (Elon Musk says he can … Continued
John Steinbeck On Why ‘Camping Is For The Birds’
In the May 1967 issue of Popular Science, John Steinbeck argued that "the American passion for moving about in motorized caravans... results in little permanent damage beyond divorce and bankruptcy."
LIVE: Watch A Space Balloon Launch, From The Balloon’s Perspective
At 9:30 a.m. CT/10:30 a.m. ET, elementary school students in Illinois will send a weather balloon to the upper atmosphere. … Continued