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Space Doll

Mars Explorer Barbie launches NASA into the toy business

By Marika Rafte

An unlikely duo has come together to make a toy that’s out of this world. Mattel and NASA have launched a Mars Explorer Barbie, to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the Curiosity ...


Vacation Preparation

Riding the Vomit Comet: Experts debate how to deal with motion sickness

By Melissa Gaskill

Forget to consider this one thing while making vacation plans, and your trip could be ruined. We're talking about motion sickness: A condition to which a whopping 70 percent of us are susce ...


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3 solid tech trends emerge from the growing glitz of SXSW Interactive

By Matt McGinnis

For one day there is odd convergence of hung-over techies and hipsters as SXSW Interactive comes to a close the same day that SXSW Music kicks in to gear. It’s like Anthony Michael Hall&rsquo ...


Weekend Roundup

Our top weekend event picks: Go to the rodeo, hang out with NASA and more

By Aleksander Chan

It’s here. It’s happening right now. SXSW is on in earnest through next week, and if you want to do anything anywhere remotely close to downtown, be prepared for people, people and more ...


Exhibit: Interact with NASA at the James Webb Telescope

The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Free to the public, this exhibit features Microsoft’s interactive World Wide Telescope and activities with NASA that demonstrate how the Webb Telescope will inspire the next generation of sci


keeping kids weird

Kid cool Austin activities For March: Dirt, space, academics and the good old rodeo

By Roby Brown

If you feel like skipping this month’s list of activities... feel free. We’ll catch you in April. After all, with South By Southwest, Spring Break vacations, St. Patrick’s Day and ...


History in orbit

NASA holds a crazy, going-out-of-business sale: Need a launch pad? Bid now!

By Whitney Radley

Now that the space shuttle program has been relegated to history, NASA is holding something of a going-out-of-business sale to distribute its Kennedy Space Center effects — although even the ...


Parody

NASA Johnson Center does a "Gangnam Style" space parody — and it's surprisingly good

By Whitney Radley

In this era of the viral video, people seem unwilling to just let an original work stand on its own, instead creating spoof upon spoof in hopes of replicating that success. Think "All the Sing ...


The World's End

Your cheat sheet to the Mayan apocalypse: Doomsday survival tips, new insights & doubters

By Tarra Gaines

Obviously still feeling cocky after showing off its Gangnam Style moves, NASA has released a video to be viewed on Dec. 22 titled “Why the World Didn’t End Yesterday.” T ...


the final frontier

Google's '100,000 Stars' project brings the stellar neighborhood closer to home

By Austin Sanders

Google recently released their latest science project, a galactic visualization simulator they call “100,000 Stars.” The web application developed by the search engine company’s r ...


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