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The New Space Race
Astronaut Mike Massimino talks NASA’s new plan to launch human flights to the International Space Station.
US and Russia Work Together on the International Space Station
Commander Steve Swanson says "operations continue as they always have" despite the conflict between the two countries on Earth.
West Coast defense is all the rage
For years, the Pacific side of the United States has been associated with the West Coast offense. Sunday, the NFC title game will showcase the West Coast defense. While the New England at Denver AFC title contest is a meeting of high-scoring offenses, the NFC event pairs power defenses. Seattle
Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Theories on Mass, Tied to Higgs Boson
François Englert and Peter Higgs Clinch Prize for Theories on Why Particles Have Mass
Michio Kaku's Top 10 Science Stories of 2011
Michio Kaku is a professor of theoretical physics CUNY, the City University of New York, and author of "Physics of the Future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Lives by the Year 2100." ABC News asked him to list the most important science stories of 2011. Fukushima Nuclear Disaster 2011
Endeavour's Last Liftoff
In Florida tonight they're making final preparations for the last launch of the shuttle endeavor tomorrow emotions are high not only because this is endeavour's final lift off. But also because of be flying and who will be watching him with off Bob Woodruff is at the Kennedy space tonight Bob. Good
How Can Infinity Be Bigger?
Welcome back to as we're talking to doctor Neil deGrasse Tyson director of the Hayden Planetarium here in New York about some really big questions. Our first really big question is about. Things are really Insanity itself isn't Finite means no and How do you explain to me to people we were of the
'The Pluto Files' - Third Graders' Hate Mail
So it. Doctor we're here on I shouldn't should have focused more on it. A criminal investigate crimes CSR yes yes you is exactly you have a new book out the pedophiles the rise and fall of America's favorite planet and we've done some readers researcher. And what she discovered that you and this
Final Frontier: How Far Could Astronauts Go?
How far could an astronaut travel in a lifetime? Billions of light years, it turns out. But they ought to be careful when to apply the brakes on the return trip. Ever since cosmologists discovered that the universe's expansion is accelerating, many have wondered just how much this will constrain
How to Travel at Warp Speed
Here's the good news for all those "Star Trek" enthusiasts out there -- a couple of physicists think they've figured out how to travel faster than the speed of light without breaking the laws of physics. But here's the bad news -- we may have to sacrifice Jupiter to get there. Gerald Cleaver,