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Treat Yourself to a Physically Distant Viewing of Tonight’s Pink Supermoon

Take a break from your regularly scheduled quarantine programming to see the biggest, brightest moon of the year
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Party Like Its 1969 at These Apollo 11-Themed Events Around L.A.

Celebrate the lunar landing's 50th anniversary in style

Catch a Glimpse of the First-Ever Planetary Mission to Launch From the West Coast

NASA is going from California to Mars, and it may be worth getting up early to check it out

Your Once-a-Year Chance to Go Inside NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab Is Here

It’s one of the hottest tickets in the universe

How Southern California Became a Place Where Science and Sci-Fi Collided

A new exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of History reveals a culture steeped in visions of the future

These Are the Voyages of the Restoration of the Starship Enterprise

Work on the original model from the TV series will be finished in time for the show's 50th anniversary this fall

Optimism, the Future, and Why I Loved The Martian

Watching Matt Damon’s character "science the shit" out of his limited resources made me think more about drought than any ad campaign ever could

Meet One of the Finalists Hoping for a One-Way Trip to Mars

East Hollywood filmmaker Mead McCormick is one of 100 possible candidates for the Mars One mission

The Prophet of California Climate: A Dialogue with Bill Patzert

We set out to have a question and answer session with Bill Patzert, a climatologist with Caltech’s NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, but the veteran scientist had a lot to say. Rather than slow him down, we gave him the mic