Starlink Satellite Train Stuns Stargazers

Hawk's cousin posted that she was amazed to see these last week (December 22, 2019) in Northern Indiana. Her local news posted pics and ran a story on it. She did not take any pictures herself. But here's the thing - while people were fascinated and whispers of aliens spread along with parents spinning a... Continue Reading →

Update on “Tic Tac” UFO of Nimitz

    It all started on November 10, 2004, when Navy pilots were commanded to investigate objects on radar in groups of five to ten off of San Clemente Island, west of the San Diego coast that "appeared suddenly at 80,000 feet, and then hurtled toward the sea, eventually stopping at 20,000 feet and hovering.... Continue Reading →

K2 18b Has a Damp Atmosphere

In 2015 Kepler found this planet orbiting a red dwarf star some 110 light years from Earth, twice as wide as Earth, and has eight times Earth’s mass. It's not exactly Earth-like, but it does orbit within the habitable zone of that star. In 2016 and 2017 using the Hubble, a team discovered that the... Continue Reading →

Astro-Light Panels?

We know how to harness the power of the sun with solar panels. Now scientists are harnessing the power of the night. They used a thermoelectric generator. Basically, at night, the air temp is cooler than the surface where the earth has been collecting warm sunlight. That temperature difference generated 25 milliwatts of power per... Continue Reading →

Reversible Super Glue??

You ever wanted something to stick, like really stick for a long time, but need to remove it later or reposition it? What if in creating a new invention there was one piece that ended up a few millimeters short? If only you could move it... Well scientists have discovered that a hydrogel when wet... Continue Reading →

New Spacesuits for Moonwalk

Ever wanted to have your own personal spaceship? A space suit is basically that. It must protect you from the extremes of space, heat, cold, and dust. If you are on the moon, there's plenty of dust to go around. Moon dust is actually glass-like and should not be breathed in (which we hope can... Continue Reading →

Interview of Ruthanne Reid

We've had the pleasure of interviewing Ruthanne Reid about her book THE SUNDERED (and look for her upcoming epic fantasy, BELOVED, NOTTE in December.) Currently a resident of Long Island City and a loving mom to one current cat and numerous future ones, Ruthanne is happily married to a fellow geek who loves good stories... Continue Reading →

It’s SNEAK PEEK WEEKEND!

Do you want sneak peeks into our characters' relationships? Of course, you do! Who doesn't like fresh, new, budding romances? "Wait, did you say romance? I thought you guys wrote SciFi?" Science Fiction is more than aliens, ships, space, and battles. We'd love to prove it to you, but you have to do one thing.... Continue Reading →

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