By Laurence Prusak One of my father’s heroes—and he didn’t have many—was Albert Einstein. He often regaled me with stories of the great physicist.
This space-station view of Los Angeles was taken by Astronaut Donald Pettit, who lived aboard the International Space Station for five and a half months. The city is defined by yellow-orange, sodium-vapor-lit streets in north-south, east-west grids. In between the main streets it is relatively dark due to the design of street lighting that minimizes […]
By Wendy Dolci, Ed Goolish, and Carl Pilcher How does life begin and evolve? Is there life elsewhere in the universe? What is the future of life on Earth and beyond?