Nike's Basketball Signature Line Gets New Geeky Colorways

Nike’s Basketball Signature Line Gets New Geeky Colorways

This morning, Nike showed off a new set of Colorways coming to a few of their basketball signature lines, each of them coming with a geeky theme. The four lines have designs matching up with items for SpongeBob SquarePants, YouTube, and NASA. You can check out all four here, along with their descriptions and release […]

Snoopy: A Beagle of Mars OGN Brings Snoopy to Space

Snoopy: A Beagle of Mars OGN Brings Snoopy to Space

Explosive publisher BOOM! Studios is getting into the space race in December with a new Peanuts OGN, Snoopy: A Beagle of Mars. From the creative team of Jason Cooper, Robert Pope, and Hannah White, Snoopy: A Beagle of Mars is produced in partnership with Peanuts Worldwide and NASA in an attempt to inspire a passion […]

NASA Finds "Star Trek" Image On Mars, Your Move Lucasfilm

NASA Finds “Star Trek” Image On Mars – Your Move, Lucasfilm

Do you believe in coincidences? Before you answer… this week, super smart scientists at the University of Arizona working on the HiRISE (High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment) project announced a very pop-culture-relevant discovery. Their HiRISE camera (part of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter) took a picture of “dune casts” on the surface of Mars that look […]

First Trailer for Harrison Ford-Narrated ‘Armstrong’ Documentary Hits

If you are someone who LOVES learning about the great American Space Race and the astronauts who boldly went where no man had gone before, you need to check out Armstrong. A documentary about Neil Armstrong directed by David Fairehead is told through interviews, home footage, and Neil’s own words (narrated by fellow pilot Harrison Ford), Armstrong has […]

NASA Gives Marvel Studios Advice on Rescuing Tony Stark

We assume by now you’ve seen the official teaser for Marvel Studios’ FINALLY TITLED Avengers: Endgame. If you haven’t, you can see that here, because this post will make absolutely no sense to you until you have. In the teaser, we see Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) alone in space, theoretically soon after the events of Avengers: […]

Mission Control Live: NASA InSight Mars Landing

Watch NASA’s InSight Land on Mars Starting at 11am PST

We love NASA, we love space, we love JPL and all those wonderful men and women who are working towards exploration and understanding our universe. Here’s what you need to know about NASA InSight ahead of the landing which should begin via the JPL livefeed around 11am PST: In mere hours, NASA’s InSight spacecraft will […]

Yes, Really: NASA Just Gave Godzilla His Own Constellation

On a day like today, the news we all really want to hear is about NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) giving freaking GODZILLA his own constellation. According to NASA, Godzilla is made up of….you guessed it, Gamma ray pulsars and blazars: Godzilla ranks as one of cinema’s most famous monsters and is among the […]

First Man: The Naked Singularity Within A National Mythos [Review]

Now, don’t panic when I say “national mythos” in the headline of this review. I’m in no way suggesting the moon landing was a myth. Apollo 11 and the wider Apollo project at large is a part of the American psyche and it’s own historic construct – the individuals involved were all larger than life, […]

Paradox Interactive Teams Up with Dottie Metcalf-Lindenberger for Surviving Mars

Haemimont Games and Paradox Interactive have teamed up with former NASA astronaut Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger to make sci-fi city builder Surviving Mars as realistic as possible. Metcalf-Lindenburger will take part in a stream on the Paradox Twitch channel on September 1st at 6pm. The stream will show Metcalf playing Surviving Mars with Paradox’s Susie McBeth while providing commentary on how […]

Possible Stable Body of Water Detected on Mars

According to a study published in the periodical Science, Italian researchers believe they have detected a stable body of water on Mars. The abstract of the body of the study via Science reads: The presence of liquid water at the base of the martian polar caps has long been suspected but not observed. We surveyed […]

Sean Penn Series ‘The First’ Gets Launch Date, First-Look Images from Hulu

Beau Willimon’s (House of Cards) new science fiction-drama The First has finally received a launch date from Hulu, with the streaming service set to premiere the Sean Penn (Dead Man Walking, The Game) / Natascha McElhone (Ronin, Californication) series on Friday, September 14. To coincide with the announcement, Hulu is also giving us some new first-look […]

NASA Launching 2 New Tiny Satellites Named Wall-E and Eva

Be still my little nerd heart- those wonderful madpersons over at NASA have once again proven their multi-dimensional nerdiness by naming two new small satellites after a pair of perfect Pixar characters, Wall-E and Eva. The two cubesats (small, suitcase-sized satellites) are on a mission to report on Mars- and they’re hitching a ride aboard […]

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Tesla’s Elon Musk Wants to Send One of His Sportsters to Mars – Next Month

Tesla and SpaceX CEO and modern-age Steve Jobs, Elon Musk has announced what he’s going to be sending into space next month as part of the launch of the Falcon Heavy from Cape Canaveral’s legendary Apollo 11 launch pad – 39A. Tonight he first teased that the launch would be exciting, “one way or another.” […]

Oklahoma City Thunder Ok After Plane Hits…Something

Carmelo Anthony and his Oklahoma City Thunder brethren are off to a tough start this year. 2-3 as Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Anthony get used to playing with each other. One thing that could prevent all that? A plane crash. Last night after taking a loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Oklahoma City flew […]

This Day in Pop Culture History

On This Day In Pop Culture For April 9

Welcome to This Day in Pop Culture History, a daily look at important events, birthdays, and other oddities in pop culture! History is important, and we aim to educate here at Bleeding Cool, so without further ado, here are some things that have happened on April 9, the 99th day of the year: 1959- NASA announces […]

Women Of NASA LEGO Ideas Set Is Coming

LEGO Ideas is the user-generated site that allows people to create future LEGO sets and have people vote on them to become actual LEGO released sets. This round of voting, sets included in the vote were awesome choices: A Spaceballs Eagle 5, The Adams Family Mansion, an Ultimate Collectors Series Star Wars Landspeeder, and a […]

Trappist -1 And No We Shouldn’t Name One Of The Planets Krypton

Earlier this week NASA announced that they have discovered 7 Earth-sized planets floating around a sun called Trappist – 1 roughly 39 light years away. Of those seven planets, three of them are in the habitable range and could have liquid water. They even have a website put together for the announcement. Part of the announcement […]

Last Man To Set Foot On Moon, Eugene Cernan, Dies At 82

NASA said today that Eugene A. Cernan has died at the age of 82. Cernan was the spacecraft commander of Apollo 17, which launched on December 6th, 1972 and returned to Earth 13 days later. He had previously flown in space as part of the Gemini IX mission alongside Tom Stafford in 1966, and then […]

Alien Con Is Coming To California Thanks To Ancient Aliens

The History Channel and Cosmic-Con have teamed up to create Alien Con starting this October 28th-30th in Santa Clara, California. The convention is geared towards Ancient Aliens fans, sci-fi buffs and pop culture enthusiasts through special presentations, interactive displays and exhibits, unseen episodes, celebrity appearances, exclusive merchandise and fan competitions. Activities planned for Alien Con include: […]