Galaxy Coach Curt Onalfo filled out his first-team coaching staff Tuesday, naming former Seattle Sounders Coach Ante Razov and LA Galaxy II assistant Rob Becerra to the squad and promoting Daniel Gonzalez from Galaxy II to the first team as goalkeeper coach. The three men replace associate head...
A New Era Begins for the GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY! It’s only been a few months since everyone’s favorite ragtag group of spacefaring heroes were stranded on Earth due the events of Civil War II! Now a new adventure and reunion awaitsShow More Summary
Was Stan Lee a playwright for the Army during World War II? Which comic book movies were the most pirated of 2016? Why did Matthew McConaughey choose Dark Tower over Guardians of the Galaxy 2? Will the new Agents of SHIELD director become...Show More Summary
Unlike spiral galaxies such as the Milky Way, the majority of the stars in massive elliptical galaxies were formed in a short period early in the history of the Universe. The duration of this formation period can be measured using the...Show More Summary
Thanks to the events of Civil War II, the Guardians of the Galaxy have found themselves stranded on Earth, and while that's a homecoming for members such as Star-Lord, The Thing and Venom, others aren't going to have such a good time...Show More Summary
The Genesis II Church of Health and Healing founder Jim Humble claims he was sent from another galaxy to sell the "miracle cure."
"Of the US-ROK cooperation with the authorities of the" three... four domestic Yitong "never received notice yet." (AP) reporter imhwaseop hanjihun = Samsung Electronics said the Galaxy Note, Samsung Electronics official suppliers has suspended production of 710 days. Show More Summary
Scientists working with the Gemini North and Keck II telescopes have discovered a galaxy that's made from 99.99% dark matter. And they noticed it because it was "fluffy."
Captain Marvel continues to build her "Civil War II" army in this exclusive look at "Guardians of the Galaxy" #11 The post EXCL: Drax Threatens Iron Man’s Bloody Corpse in GotG #11 appeared first on CBR.com.
"Guardians" writer Brian Michael Bendis talks about bringing his team to Earth for "Civil War II" and the trouble that follows them there.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, the fictional intergalactic freedom fighter, Luke Skywalker, looked out at the twin sunsets of Tatoo I and Tatoo II, and dreamt of a life beyond his home planet of Tatooine.
Having concluded his Batman trilogy with The Dark Knight Rises and taken astronauts to another galaxy in Interstellar, Christopher Nolan’s next directorial, feature-length project is winding the clock back to World War II for Dunkirk. Show More Summary
Zoe Saldana is taking a break from the set of Guardians of the Galaxy II to reshoot some scenes for Star Trek Beyond this week. Today, the actress shared a shot of herself in uniform on her instagram page. #work #tacotuesday #waiting #missingmyvalentine #startrek #space A photo posted by Zoe Saldana (@zoesaldana) on Mar 15, […]
Most of us upgrade our phones once every two years, if not earlier. But what if you bought an iPhone 4S or a Samsung Galaxy S II all the way back in 2011 and were so happy with it that you decided to keep it as your primary device for...Show More Summary
In order to protect and change the future, two Guardians of the Galaxy will have to choose a side in "Civil War II."
Is it over leadership of the Guardians of the Galaxy, or something deeper?
Carol Danvers is poised to have a big year. Captain Marvel might not be getting a movie in 2016 like so many of her Marvel counterparts, but she's got a great ongoing series and will play a major role in the upcoming Civil War II comic event. Show More Summary
Daniel Steres, who used to play soccer for Calabasas High, has signed with the LA Galaxy for the 2016-17 season. Steres is a two-time Defender of the Year for LA Galaxy II while playing in the USL. He attended San Diego State. For the latest on high school sports, follow @LATSondheimer on Twitter
At the edge of the Milky Way, there's a small galaxy called Triangulum II. It has just 1,000 stars, compared to the 100 billion estimated in our own galaxy, and its days of star formation are over, leaving it "dead". But Triangulum II may have a dark secret -- one that makes it the most interesting ghost town in space.Read full article >>
Dark matter is called "dark" for a good reason. Although they outweigh particles of regular matter by more than a factor of 5, particles of dark matter are elusive. Their existence is inferred by their gravitational influence in galaxies, but...