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The new book 'Stars in Your Hand: A Guide to 3D Printing the Cosmos' offers an overview of how 3D printing can help anyone learn about space, spaceflight and astronomy.
Astronomers have written the Milky Way's story many times over; scientists have traced violent collisions in its past and future and peered into the supermassive black hole lurking at its heart.
An interview with author Caseen Gaines on his new 40th anniversary visual history of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial"
Hard science fiction author Eric Choi talks about the inspiration behind the stories in his new collection, "Just Like Being There", which draws from many real-life space stories.
Lindy Elkins-Tanton offers a very human view of her experiences in science and life alike in her new memoir, "A Portrait of the Scientist as a Young Woman."
Abrams ComicArts releasing the next volume in Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's "Dune: The Graphic Novel" project.
"Escaping Gravity" tells the story of Lori Garver's rise to be NASA's second in command, and how she brought one of the agency's most successful programs to reality.
In "The Sky Is for Everyone," Jocelyn Bell Burnell and a host of other scientists share their experiences as women navigating the field of astronomy.
After digesting the identity-shattering action in Disney Plus's "Moon Knight," check out 9 more moon gods from around the world.