Yesterday’s congressional hearing on aliens was anything but boring.
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It's either a very cool marine creature, or a very cool fake marine creature.
A $100 million mission could land a radio telescope on the moon by 2018.
The state-of-the-art design will allow scientists to peer back in time to observe the first stars ever forged.
Once he went public with his deep-seated beliefs in extraterrestrials, we knew we had to talk to the former Canadian minister of defense. After emails and weeks of waiting, Hellyer invited us to his cottage in rural Ontario.
An Alien Fleet of Self-Replicating Probes Could Have Already Scoured the Milky Way, Mathematicians Say
They might even still be here.
The highlights of the history of the most renowned alien landing in pop culture.
Sobering, too. Choice excerpts from the one Wiki article most assuredly written by either extraterrestrials or our reptilian, shape-shifting overlords. Or both.
Will aliens' first contact with humans be a goddamn YOLO hashtag?
NASA's planet-finding telescope is now on life support: Here's why it mattered.
But don't start packing just yet.
54 years ago this month, the northern part of the Urals played host to one of the most fascinating unsolved mysteries in the modern age.
A pre-forum report lays out a grim vision of the future, one rife with acidic oceans, rogue geoengineers, human cyborgs, and aliens.
In the hands of Jason Hackenwerth, balloons become car-sized anemones and quivering beasts. They become deep sea ugly sculptures in museums and exhibitions; they become pulsating and head-turning curiosities in public. Mr. Hackenwerth's work has show…
Orson Welles bears no relation to H.G. Wells, but the actor, writer, and director begins his creepy narration of this 1975 NASA film by reading from H.G.'s classic alien invasion tale _War of the Worlds_. With contributions from scientists George Wal…
_It's only Tuesday and we've already had to deal with a near-apocalypse, a determined search for aliens and a spool of tape that's causing a lot of trouble._ h3. One: This ain't Scotch tape, mayne. This is space tape ("Discovery":news.discovery.co…
_Carol Cleland is a philosophy professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She has written extensively on the nature of life in general and has authored numerous articles about the shadow biosphere for the International Journal of Astrobiology
Nice The Ministry of Defense just released a bunch of personal accounts of UFO sightings to the public.