Entertainment

From Rocket Science to Low Rider: Former Engineer Builds Adult Big Wheels
The High Roller Tricycle
March 23rd, 2015
Once an aerospace engineer who dreamed of going to space, Matt Armbruster is now the CEO of High Roller, a company that makes adult tricycles that resemble the Big Wheel bikes for children.
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Now Playing: 'Journey To Space' Launches into Giant-Screen Theaters
'Journey To Space' Film Title
March 17th, 2015
A new documentary is launching audiences on a 'Journey to Space.' Narrated by actor Patrick Stewart, the giant-screen 3D film is showcasing NASA's future spaceflight plans at visitor centers and space museums, with more venues to be added throughout 2015.
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Explore 'Interstellar' with Text Adventure, Science Site & April 7 Screening
Gargantua Black Hole in 'Interstellar'
March 30th, 2015
In anticipation of the Blu-ray and DVD release of the movie "Interstellar" this week, fans can also enjoy an online text-based game, a website about the scienc of the movie, and a special screening on April 7.
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Omega's New Snoopy Speedmaster Watch Marks 45 Years Since Apollo 13
Omega's new Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award watch pays homage to the historic NASA mission 45 years ago.
March 23rd, 2015
What do actor Ed Harris, comic strip beagle Snoopy, astronaut Jack Swigert, and James Bond have in common? A new chronograph celebrating the 'successful failure' of Apollo 13 45 years ago.
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'Interstellar' Space Epic Launches on Digital HD Today, Plus New Online Text Adventure Game
 'Interstellar' Promotional Poster
March 17th, 2015
Fans of the science fiction epic "Interstellar" don’t have to wait until March 31st to watch the movie at home: a digital HD version is available starting today (March 17).
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Fan's LEGO International Space Station on Mission for 10,000 Votes
Christoph Ruge's LEGO International Space Station
March 13th, 2015
It took 200 astronauts 13 years to complete the International Space Station (ISS). Now, 4,500 people may be able to do the same in less than 50 days — sort of. A fan-designed LEGO version of the station has passed the halfway mark to being reviewed for sa
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'Astronomical Time Machine' Stars in NYC Museum Video Series
'Shelf Life' Video sSeries from the American Museum of Natural History
March 25th, 2015
A recent episode of a fantastic video series called "Shelf Life," produced by the American Museum of Natural history, explores how an archive of astronomical images can help astrophysicists look back in time.
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This Zero Gravity Cocktail Glass Could Be Out This World
This Zero Gravity Cocktail glass, designed by Cosmic Lifestyle Corporation, uses a unique system of grooves to keep liquids under control in microgravity.
March 20th, 2015
Astronauts hoping to sip drinks in style may soon have a cocktail glass concept to look forward to. The Zero Gravity Cocktail Project is aiming to create an open-top glass that can be used in microgravity, using an innovative "groove system" that would ke
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Space Age Artwork Unveiled at Spaceport America
'Genesis' Sculpture at Spaceport America
March 17th, 2015
An impressive sculpture is now in place at the main entrance of New Mexico’s Spaceport America. Artist Otto Rigan has created GENESIS – a multi-ton sculpture that is 40 feet wide, 23 feet high and 5 feet deep.
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