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by Joe McCormick | Feb 25, 2015
One day in the far future, we may have to abandon our home and set out to colonize a new part of the galaxy. But is it possible to take the entire solar system with us on the journey?
by Joe McCormick | Feb 18, 2015
How will we consume media in the future? Could we harness the Earth's core for energy? How do astronomers indicate celestial positions? The team answers some listener mail.
by Lauren Vogelbaum | Sep 26, 2014
A news story from March 2014 needs an update -- could space dust invalidate the discovery of gravitational waves?
by Joe McCormick | Sep 5, 2014
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by Joe McCormick | Mar 27, 2014
by Jonathan Strickland | Feb 26, 2014
Kepler has announced the discovery of 715 new exoplanets. Learn about Kepler and the search for exoplanets in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Joe McCormick | Dec 27, 2013
What were the big science stories of 2013? Join the podcast crew as they talk about their favorite science stories from the past year.
by Jonathan Strickland | Nov 6, 2013
There is a fascinating neutrino detector based in Antarctica called the "IceCube." Learn about the IceCube in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Lauren Vogelbaum | Aug 19, 2013
NASA actually maintains a list of potential future Earth impact events. Get more weird asteroid info in Lauren's Fw:Thinking blog post.
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