Recently a petition to have GWAR play the 2015 Super Bowl Halftime Show went live on Change.org. It's gotten nearly 46,000 signatures, but let's be honest: Even if it had 46 million, we doubt the NFL would let the costumed metallers perform on its biggest event of the year. (Too much blood on the c ... More >>
Science is Awesome has a story about 11-year-old Michal Bodzianowski from Colorado, who recently won a competition sponsored by the National Center for Earth and Space Science Education that will test the effects of zero gravity on brewing. There were a total of 744 science proposals submitted by al ... More >>
The stars at night in Texas may be big and bright, but good luck spotting them over the glare of its increasingly sprawling cities. This picture was snapped by a crew member aboard the International Space Station, some 240 miles up. Here's how NASA describes it:
Roger CaldwellFinally, another excuse to use this photoMost all of us know the deal when it comes to new music from a famous, old school rock artist: It's a waiting game. A waiting game daunted with a lot of vague answers, and sometimes pretty flaky behavior. Some would say this is due to ... More >>
FWMSH offers a look at life in the stars
Yes, you will be able to get your picture taken on the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise. And, please, don't pretend like you're not excited. Two space-related items, only one of which is actual "news." As in: Leland Melvin could have been a Dallas Cowboy. The former University of Richmond wide receiv ... More >>
You know, I always thought spacesuits were terribly unflattering. Guess it all depends who's in the thing. There's a 30 percent chance the space shuttle Atlantis won't be able to launch today from Cape Caneveral, which so doesn't affect you. But should NASA have to delay its takeoff to Friday or pas ... More >>
Lance Bass attempts to boldly go where no man has gone before. Well, no pop star, anyway.
Producers say Space Station 3D is "over the moon"
Former NASA engineer Tom Moser dreams about launching the next generation of spacecraft from Texas soil