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2076 LIFE IN THE GOLDILOCKS ZONE

NOT TOO HOT OR NOT TOO COLD

The 1960s was the last decade when storytellers and UFO evangelists could effectively use Venus as the world that our alien conquerors were coming from. 549 more words

Science Fiction

The Creature From The Ominous Oort Cloud

The black sky permeating the universe is filled with strange unknowns. Those that happen upon our planet mostly do no harm. Others are not so benign. 300 more words

Space

Surprisingly The Unexpected Does Happen

Looking to the future for hope seems futile when the world’s insurmountable problems are viewed by diminished veterans of disappointment. Like Han Solo they’ve watched their soured… 286 more words

Graphic Novels

First Look At Humanoids Of Venus As They Get First Look At Stars

Devil’s Applicants

The Fourth Vortex swirling above Venus was so large that the scopes of the Midnight Star could only see the curvature of one part of the huge whirlpool as they came around in orbit above it. 491 more words

Space

Has NASA’s Kepler Mission Discovered an Alien Megastructure?

NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope is tasked with finding small, rocky worlds orbiting distant stars. However, exoplanets aren’t the only thing Kepler can detect — stellar flares, star spots and dusty planetary rings can also pop up in the mission’s observations. 1,495 more words

Episode 18: Death House

Andross projected less than four hours until the Boatman had to be loaded, manned, and tossed out of the Rival’s shuttle bay like a porcupine shedding quills. 1,679 more words

What the Modern Presence of Water on Mars Means

Mars may be the solar system’s most tragic planet. It once had a dense atmosphere; it once fairly sloshed with water; just one of its oceans may have covered two-thirds of its northern hemisphere. 812 more words