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Nearly 100 years before the Apollo program, people wondered what it would look like to see Earth from outer space. People make a lot of fuss about that heartbreaking photo of home that Apollo 8 astronauts
Still really weird and cool, though We've long been interested in the progression of invisibility, which, for us, usually relies on crazy foundations like metamaterials. So when we heard that U.S.-based
The book that made Stephen Hawking a publishing phenomenon was called "From the Big Bang to Black Holes: A Short History of Time" until his editor at Bantam, Peter Guzzardi, turned it around and changed
Mustang will celebrate its 50th anniversary in April, and Ford is planning much to celebrate. Including trickling out long-held information from the Detroit archives. One recent discovery is interesting.