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Hidden Figures: Triumphant in the theater, sobering after

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2017/01/10 06:48 CST | 5 comments

Go see Hidden Figures, and bring your kids. Despite its serious subject matter, the movie is joyful, often funny, and, in the end, triumphant.

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Review: ‘Rogue One’ is Star Wars comfort food

Posted by Jason Davis on 2016/12/22 06:02 CST | 6 comments

In a review of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Jason Davis says you're more likely to enjoy the film if you embrace it as comfort food—a story line that fits into a larger sequence of Star Wars events you already know.

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These are not my Martians

Posted by Mat Kaplan on 2016/12/19 11:13 CST | 19 comments

Mat Kaplan explains his beef with the National Geographic Mars documentary-drama series.

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Future fear, loathing and predjudice: Star Trek VI turns 25

Posted by Jason Davis on 2016/12/16 06:00 CST | 3 comments

On the 25th anniversary of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Jason Davis says the societal topics the film explores are still relevant today.

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Review: New book brings artistry of Apollo photos to your living room

Posted by Jason Davis on 2016/12/05 12:07 CST | 2 comments

Jason Davis reviews a new photo book showcasing a stunning collection of images taken by NASA's Apollo astronauts from 1968 through 1972.

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Review: Arrival’s surprising message of happiness and hope for humanity

Posted by Jason Davis on 2016/11/30 07:01 CST | 6 comments

In a review of the new sci-fi film Arrival, Jason Davis says there's a lot to like about the movie's surprising message of happiness and hope for humanity.

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Emily's recommended space books for kids of all ages, 2016

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2016/11/22 10:23 CST | 3 comments

Emily's eighth annual kids' space book recommendation post includes lots of new books for kids of all ages, 0 to 18.

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Five years after Atlantis' last launch, five favorite stories about the shuttle program

Posted by Jason Davis on 2016/07/08 06:02 CDT | 1 comment

On the five-year anniversary of the final space shuttle launch, Jason Davis shares five of his favorite stories about the program.

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2015 Reviews of childrens' books about space

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2015/11/24 10:13 CST | 5 comments

Continuing an annual tradition, Emily Lakdawalla reviews children's books about space -- what's out there, how we explore, and why. Many of the books on this list aren't just for kids!

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Community service: Vetting my local library's children's space books

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2015/08/12 07:31 CDT | 8 comments

Space fans, here is a valuable community service that you can perform in your neighborhood: Vet your school library's space book collections. My kids' elementary school librarian asked me to take a look at the nonfiction space book collection and cull any outdated or just wrong books. I culled quite a few, and am now recommending some replacements.

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