Landing humans on Mars has for years been a subject of science fiction, but the effort has since become a tangible goal in the 21st century.
Falcon Heavy is the newest in a lineup of rockets from Space X, a private company aiming to colonize Mars.
This week, Congress could give SpaceX the greatest gig it could ever receive on planet Earth: a government-granted monopoly over space launch.
This is essentially a slasher movie in space. And despite its talented cast and eye-popping effects, ‘Life’ doesn’t offer much substance beneath the sizzle.
SpaceX doesn’t cut NASA in when it uses NASA facilities—our facilities—to launch rockets carrying private cargo, which he gets paid for effectively twice.
Can-do box-office topper ‘The Martian’ depicts a world utterly alien to today’s sobby, whiny, excuse-laden version.
The one question everyone I know is asking about the film adaptation of “The Martian” is: Did they mess it up?
The optimism this movie finds on Mars is one that people on Earth long to enjoy.
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