Browncoats, it's finally here — the next chapter of the Unification War of the "Firefly" sci-fi franchise in a new comic from creator Joss Whedon and others.
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There's finally a sequel to Michael Crichton's 1969 classic about extraterrestrial life trying to take over humanity from, of all places, Arizona.
If you're looking to plan a space-themed trip but you've already been to NASA's Kennedy and Johnson space centers, Atlas Obscura's new book can offer off-the-beaten-path cosmic destinations.
The complex history of humanity's exploration helped forge our urge to head out to space, argues a new book.
On Dec. 18, Peanuts' Snoopy will follow in the pawprints of the Russian cosmonaut Laika and venture into space - but go where no beagle has gone before: Mars.
A photographic image retoucher turned his artistic eye to the space shuttle program, generating a book with decades-old images that look like they were taken in the digital age.
In her new book "For Small Creatures Such as We," Sasha Sagan defines a place for family and spirituality in science, space and nature.
One person's space trash is another's space treasure — and that's definitely true for Alice Gorman, an archaeologist specializing in the detritus of spaceflight.
In her new book, "Dr Space Junk vs the Universe," Alice Gorman explores an archaeological perspective on spaceflight. But how does one become a space archaeologist in the first place?
Canadian science journalist Bob McDonald just published a book-style Q&A for young students interested in space.
Post-"The Wicked + The Divine," comic book artist McKelvie draws and writes his next project, and it's in SPACE!
Al Ewing and Juann Cabal will launch a new "Guardians of the Galaxy" ongoing comic book series in January 2020.
We've scanned the schedule and pulled out the essential panels and screenings that space lovers should make their top priorities for New York Comic Con 2019.
When we read about the glories of space, we often miss the most magnificent part about exploring it: the audiovisual experience.