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Stephen Colbert Suitably Awed By No Man's Sky

As demonstrated by his Pewdiepie interview earlier this week, Stephen Colbert’s new stint as the host of The Late Show gives him a chance to touch on topics his old gig couldn’t, like video games we wish we could just play already, dammit. Read more...

Here’s clips of No Man’s Sky and PewDiePie from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Both Sean Murray from Hello Games and YouTube phenomenon PewDiePie were guests on The Last Show with Stephen Colbert this week, and clips from both airings are below. PewDiePie (Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg) was a guest on October 1, and other than his stardom on YouTube, Kjellberg and Colbert discussed Swedish swear words. Last Night, […]

Moonspike uses KickStarter to launch a bid for the Moon

This is a post from Skymania News - Space and astronomy news and advice plus night sky A new mission to the Moon was announced this week, built by private enterprise and expected to be backed by thousands of space fans. British firm Moonspike aims to launch a 22-ton, three-stage rocket to fire an unmanned probe into the Moon. Show More Summary

New iPhone Games Coming Tonight: 'Balloons', 'hocus.', 'Mori' and a Bunch More

Well, well, well another Wednesday is upon us, and the strange part of this particular week is that Mos Speedrun 2 and Shooty Skies, which likely will be the two highest profile games around here to be released this week came out yesterday. I threw 'em in the list regardless, but, just be aware you

The Sky This Week - Thursday October 1 to Thursday October 8

The Last Quarter Moon is Monday October 5. Mercury is lost in the twilight. Saturn is near the head of the Scorpion. Comet C/2013 US10 may be visible in binoculars. The mornings of the next few weeks will be full of interesting planetary action. Show More Summary

D.C. area forecast: An unsettled week that starts like summer and ends like fall

This act of cloudy skies and the occasional rain chance is growing old, but it's the weather pattern we're stuck with.

New UFO Visits New York While Previous One Still Unexplained

While the attention in New York City this week was on Pope Francis, at least one person was looking to the skies. A witness spotted and recorded what appears to be a UFO flying near One World Trade Center before suddenly and speedily flying away. This reminded...

See it: NASA releases gorgeous new images of famous nebula in new detail

last weekNews : The Raw Story

NASA this week released images taken by the Hubble telescope showing the remnants of 8,,000-year-old supernova, the Houston Chronicle reports. The supernova remaints, known as the Veil Nebula, was visible in the night sky thousands of years ago as what looked like a bright star outshining the...

As cool as a rainy day in autumn ….

On this cool, rainy, early-fall Friday, with an overcast sky and the leaves losing their summer luster, my mood turns toward something jazzy and chill. It turns toward Lianne La Havas to see us into the evening …. Have a great weekend everybody.

Top 10 new Android games this week: Sky, Little Ponchy

Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we’re playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any [...]

Big Issues: Grayson, We Are Robin, and the exciting evolution of Batman’s sidekicks

Each week, Big Issues focuses on newly released comic books of significance. This week, they are Grayson #12, written by Tom King (The Omega Men, A Once Crowded Sky) and Tim Seeley (Effigy, Revival) with art by Mikel Janín (Justice League...Show More Summary

Is This Lovely 2-Minute Spot the Most Relaxing TV Commercial Ever?

Viewers tuning in to a number of Sky channels in the U.K. this week will see a very strange sight indeed—a two-minute commercial in which almost nothing happens, and there's no voiceover, no people and no product pitch, except for a simple URL at the end. Show More Summary

The Sky This Week - Thursday September 24 to Thursday October 1

The Full Moon is Monday September 28. Mercury is low in the twilight. Saturn is near the head of the Scorpion. Comet C/2013 US10 may be visible in binoculars. Mars is visible low in the morning twilight with Venus easily visible above it in the morning twilight. Show More Summary

Ex Man United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits he loves watching LvG’s “brilliant” press conferences (Video)

Retired Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson sat down with Sky News this week and discuss various topics, including David Beckham, Louis van Gaal, Cristiano Ronaldo and Leo Messi. The 73-year-old legendary boss believes LouisShow More Summary

This Week’s Backcountry News – September 20, 2015

Do you know what happened in the mountains this week? Here’s a selection of news, articles, posts, videos, photos, and other intriguing things that we think you’d like to know about. Enjoy! Big Sky Gets Over A Foot Of September Powder! – Powder – On September 18, Big Sky received over a foot of fresh […]

Jets vs. Colts: What's the Game Plan for Indianapolis?

Expectations were sky high for the Indianapolis Colts heading into this season, with this being the year many were expecting a breakout performance in the playoffs from Andrew Luck and company. But after just one week it feels like it might be better to pump the breaks on crowning the Colts as Super Bowl favorites. Show More Summary

Sunny September keeps delivering spectacular sunrises and sunsets

The weather has been drama-free this week, but the sky has nevertheless performed theatrics.

Breathtaking Iridescent Cloud Sighted Over Costa Rica

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Footage from earlier this week shows pedestrians in Costa Rica gazing up as a vivid halo of color seems to billow out of a mysterious cloud.   The spectacular display of light was spotted in the sky on Tuesday in cities including San Jose, Escazu and Hatillo, according to ABC News. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions Week 2 Stock Report

For the first time in this young season, the Detroit Lions' weekly stock report includes three stock-down players as opposed to the regular two. No, the sky isn't falling. And no, this team hasn't been eliminated from the playoff picture...Show More Summary

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