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Interplanetary Copters!

The last decade has seen an incredible bloom in small autonomous and remote controlled helicopters, AKA drones. It isn’t far wrong to call them ubiquitous, and probably the characteristic technology of the 2010s. 682 more words


Rocket Launches

NASA hosted a social for their InSight launch between May 3-5.
I learned about this event through @NASA’s twitter feed and had the privilege of attending once my application was approved. 361 more words

Ave Valencia

Doctor Who (1963 - 1989) - Season 11

‘The Time Warrior’ the the first instance of the Sontaran’s in the show, troll-like space warriors clad in black and silver armor. I was debating whether to include them at all even briefly in this blog due to them being a more popular monster, but then again their suits do count as a form of actual clothing (after all, spacesuits are included). 608 more words

Costume Design

The Last Frontier in Art

It’s no secret that we like art here.  For our readers entertainment, Classically Educated has visited museums, discussed modernist movements and generally illustrated our posts with art that strikes our fancy. 391 more words

10 Best Science Fiction Movies?

There are too many great sci-fi movies to be viewed in one sitting – unless you are Sheldon Cooper – yet it is entertaining to take a peek at some of the most recent or best known. 20 more words

TV And Movies

One Giant Leap For Mankind


Let’s try that again. Lighting can you drop the colour down a bit, don’t forget this is supposed to be a moon. We shouldn’t be seeing those damn shadows. 75 more words

Flash Fiction

Doctor Who (1963 - 1989) - Season 5

‘The Tomb of the Cybermen’ featured a band of human archaeologists exploring the planet Telos and accidentally awakening the Cybermen, but didn’t feature many interesting costumes until they headed into the ‘tomb’ of the title, wearing synthetic jackets. 670 more words

Costume Design