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Earth is screaming through space at 1.3 million mph. A simple animation by a former NASA scientist shows what that looks like.
Earth orbits the sun, which orbits the center of the Milky Way galaxy, which is itself barreling through space.
Warp speeds in ‘Star Trek’ are achingly slow, and a simple animation by a former NASA scientist proves it
The animation shows how long it takes the starship Enterprise in "Star Trek" to reach Pluto at warp factors that break the known laws of physics.
A stirring new SpaceX animation of Starship launching shows how the rocket company plans to turn Texas into Earth’s interplanetary transport hub...
Following Elon Musk's presentation about SpaceX's Starship rocket, the company posted a two-minute video showing how it'd refill the system in orbit.
A terrifying new animation shows how 1 ‘tactical’ nuclear weapon could trigger a US-Russia war that kills 34 million people in 5 hours
"Plan A" is a hypothetical yet eerily plausible scenario imagined by nuclear weapons experts. It shows 91 million deaths and injuries in hours.
Here’s what Disney Plus, the company’s $7-a-month answer to Netflix, looks like when you open it for the first time
Disney Plus launches on November 12, for just $7 a month. If you're familiar with Netflix, you should have no issues navigating this new service.
Tim Cook says the suspected arson attack on a Japanese animation studio that left 33 people dead is ‘a tragedy felt far beyond Japan’
A fire broke out at Kyoto Animation's studio on Thursday morning, killing 33 people and leaving 36 people injured.
An incredible new animation shows where, when, and how astronomers found 4,000 planets beyond our solar system
Since 1992, astronomers have discovered thousands of new worlds in deep space, and some may be habitable. A new YouTube video celebrates that feat.
An incredible game that looks like a 1930s cartoon is getting its own animated Netflix show, and it’s easy to understand why when you see it in ...
"Cuphead" looks like a game from 1932, but it's actually a gorgeous throwback for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. Now, Netflix is turning it into a show.
Hundreds of seismometers recorded California's magnitude 6.4 earthquake. Animations created from the data show how its energy moved across America.
After five years of production, the long-awaited addition to the popular franchise has been released.