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14 gifts for that person who won't stop talking about Star Wars

I am one of those people and I am not sorry<p>Most people like Star Wars. Some people like Star Wars too much. You know their holiday gift has to be Star Wars-y, but you feel like they already own everything related to the franchise. Not to worry! You won't have to use the Force to find the right …

Hearing Chewbacca Speak English on the Empire Strikes Back Set Is So, So Weird

All we ever get out of Chewbacca in the <i>Star Wars</i> movies is grunts and growls, his shyriiwook language untranslatable to us but understood by Han and …

Star Wars

Jedi Master Hoshino is Born in New STAR WARS Fan Film

There are so many <i>Star Wars</i> fan films online that it takes something really special for the newer videos to break out of the pack. Earlier this month, …

Star Wars

A Video Series Comparing All of the Changes Ever Made to the Original Star Wars Trilogy Films

Marcelo Zuniga has created a wonderful video series that compares all of the changes ever made to each of the original <i>Star Wars</i> trilogy films …

Movies

Good Morning America Visits Star Trek: TNG in 1992

In February 1992, <i>Good Morning America</i> anchors Charles Gibson and Joan Lunden visited the <i>Star Trek: TNG</i> set and delivered their morning broadcast …

SpaceX releases 360-degree footage of the Falcon 9 sea landing

Duck!<p>SpaceX has just published a stunning 360-degree video of its most recent feat: landing the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship in the ocean. If you ever wanted feel like you're standing under a spaceship that's landing without the awful side effect of being burned to shreds, …

Space Travel

A DNA Sequencer in Every Pocket

A biotech company is building devices that will allow people to decipher genes in remote jungles, at sea, or even in space—and they say they’re just getting started.<p>Aboard the International Space Station, six people are currently orbiting the planet at 17,000 miles per hour, taking in fifteen …

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