In a recent appearance on Sesame Street, Sia showed up in her iconic black and white wig, only this time without the long bangs that previously obscured her face.Read More
We're so close to a Snow White and the Seven Dwarf Planets joke. So close.
A new dwarf planet candidate just had its existence confirmed by scientists after two years of research.Read More
Pluto failed to cast ice II.
For all the arguing that's been done over whether Pluto is or is not a planet, we still don't know a whole lot about it. New Horizons taught us more about the distant dwarf planet when it visited there last summer, and its findings were surprising in that Pluto was a more geologically active place than we'd previously thought, possibly due to its subsurface ocean.Read More
It's not often you find yourself in celestial bodies, is it?Read More
US Postal Service Celebrates Star Trek’s 50th Anniversary (and Other Space-Related Stuff) With New Stamps
With Star Trek turning fifty, we've got Star Trek Beyond coming out in July and Creation Entertainment's Star Trek 50 Convention in Las Vegas in August to look forward to, as well as countless other celebrations worldwide. Now, the US Postal Service is doing what it does best when it comes to celebrating anything: releasing commemorative stamps.Read More
This gallery of geeky wedding cakes from Forbes (including the Sailor Moon one in the photo above) is giving me all the envy. Okay, so I may not need a wedding cake any time soon... but maybe a birthday, eventually?Read More
Just when you thought you couldn't love him more.Read More
The feature on NASA's website said the image revealed "a surprisingly complex and violent history" and I'm not going to lie, I'm a bit disappointed that there were no mentions of intergalactic space wars and mecha-suits. That being said, there's still some pretty cool stuff here.Read More
Nasa v Ceres: Dawn of Science.
While no one is yet sure what the bright spots on Ceres—a dwarf planet in our solar system's asteroid belt—are, NASA has released some close-up images of the curiously reflective patches. Hey, maybe we should leave Ceres alone, NASA. I wouldn't want someone sending a probe to take high res pictures of my bald spot.Read More
We all saw plenty of stunning images of Pluto recently as the New Horizons spacecraft sped by the dwarf planet on the outer rim of our solar system and snapped the clearest shots of it we'll ever see, but what did that journey look like in motion? Exactly like this video, because its frames are all actual images taken by the mission.Read More
That photo will be the album cover for the debut release of Pluto's Nightside, a new metal band I'm founding. It's also an image captured of Pluto's dark side, via the farewell journey of NASA's New Horizons fly-by mission.Read More
In celebration of NASA's New Horizons Pluto Flyby, awesome Etsy shop SpaceBling is debuting its Pluto flyby jewelry and New Horizons fashion accessory line, and offering some of their space swag up to TMS readers!Read More
Sorry, Pluto Fans
Stephen Colbert brought Neil Degrasse Tyson to talk about Pluto AKA a "malted milkball left in the rain."Read More
Mars Pluto needs MOMs!
New Horizons' historic Pluto Flyby isn't just setting a precedent for space exploration—it's also bringing unprecedented attention to the women who work to make advances in space exploration possible.Read More
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is currently whizzing past Pluto at over 30,000 mph after navigating the solar system for a decade, and the imagery it's sending back definitely proves it's taken the scenic route.Read More
Spoiler alert: it doesn't look like this guy.
New Horizon is about to do the first flyby of Pluto.Read More
Another mini-SDCC round up for you!
It's gory, it's sarcastic, it's hilarious, and it's got Salt n Pepa. What else do you need?Read More
New Horizons is getting ever closer to its flyby of Pluto, and we can finally see what the dwarf planet looks like up close in its clearest pictures ever.Read More
You are now reading this in EDI's voice.
According to scientists, the probe's onboard computer "detected an anomaly," and it went into safe mode, resorting to using its backup computer to report back to its concerned earthling watchers.Read More
Bellabeat’s LEAF is a new wearable that tracks your breathing, stress, sleep, activity – as well as your periods, contraception intake, ovulation periods, and more. Thanks for remembering some of us ladies have particular reproductive health needs, Bellabeat! (via Laughing Squid) Matthew McConaughey says he’s been reading DC and Marvel scrips, but is just waiting […]Read More