A couple of weeks ago Phoenix Comicon got an Air-Jaws sized jump on the Shark Week celebration when ASU hosted two of the coolest panels ever held at PHXCC.
If you are like me you’ve been enjoying Cosmos, hosted by everyone’s favorite astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson. Well, he may not be everyone’s favorite…
Arizona State University in Tempe on Saturday is hosting the state championship tournament of the Arizona FIRST LEGO League, a global robotics program for ages 9-14 and part of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering’s K-12 outreach programs.
An Arizona State University cosmologist who wrote The Physics of Star Trek tells The New York Times why he came around and became a fan of the CBS sitcom The […]
A mission poster commissioned to commemorate the final voyage of the Space Shuttle Endeavor — and the next-to-last shuttle flight ever — has been designed to evoke the spirit of […]
Today — 3/14 — is National Pie Day, celebrating the magical mathematical constant approximately equal to 3.141593. Jess Harter has the scoop on some delicious deals restaurants are offering in […]
The Arizona Science Center in downtown Phoenix is starting construction on a new entrance and lobby complex that will offer a larger, air-conditioned waiting area for visitors that offers better […]
Lowell Observatory photograph The Associated Press reports that engineers are putting the finishing touches on an ultrathin mirror that is a vital part of the Discovery Channel Telescope in Flagstaff. […]
Robert McCall, the space artist whose work depicting man’s conquest of the moon covers an entire wall of the Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum, died Friday at Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn […]
The Hubble Space Telescope last month photographed an X-shaped object traveling at 11,000 mph, reports Gizmodo. NASA, helpfully trying to allay any fears the defenseless populace of Earth might have, […]