Book Reviews

Scientist sees deep meaning in black holes after Event Horizon Telescope’s triumph

Why are black holes so alluring? You could cite plenty of reasons: They’re matter-gobbling monsters, making them the perfect plot device…

2 months ago

Book Review: Cosmology for the Curious

What will Curious George grow up to be? Being curious, then George will ask a lot of questions. And if…

4 years ago

Star Ark: A Living, Self-Sustaining Spaceship

Think of the ease. With a simple command of "Make it so" humans travelled from one star to the next…

4 years ago

Time Machine Tales

"Tell me what time is it?" asked the stranger on the street. A simple enough question that can be answered…

4 years ago

Rock Legends – the Asteroids and Their Discoverers

If we are indeed stardust, then what will our future hold? And what happened to all that other dust that…

5 years ago

How Will We Get to Mars? New Book and TV Series Provide the Details

What is it going to take to really get humans to Mars? A new television series and a companion book…

5 years ago

Book Review: A History of the Solar System

The value of a good analyst is priceless. They can synthesize data from disparate sources and weave a reasonable story…

5 years ago

Book Review: The Caloris Network

Thinking of taking a vacation this summer? Maybe you want to distract yourself with a bit of light science fiction…

5 years ago

Finding “The Lost Science” of 2001: A Space Odyssey

The film 2001: A Space Odyssey brought space science to the general masses. Today we may consider it as common…

5 years ago

Book Review and Giveaway: Ask the Astronaut

Imagine yourself sitting in front of a veteran astronaut. You are able to ask him or her all the space…

5 years ago