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ShapeCrete mix is an easy-to-use, high performance, shape-able concrete that can be rolled and molded, pushed and poured into any shape imaginable. It's fun and versatile, like clay, yet becomes rock-hard

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Colorful depiction showing relative sizes of sun and planets. Orbital positions are in correct sequence but are not to scale

Mars would not be an easy home for human colonists. See how its lower gravity, thin atmosphere and lack of a magnetic field could make it challenging for a colonist Cosmos, Mars Colony, Planets And Moons, Space Facts, Space And Astronomy, Earth From Space, Our Solar System, To Infinity And Beyond, Space Travel

Mars would not be an easy home for human colonists. See how its lower gravity, thin atmosphere and lack of a magnetic field could make it challenging for a colonist in this Space.com infographic.

Titan is probably the least inhospitable place in the outer solar system, but remember to bring oxygen and warm clothing. Titan is probably the least inhospitable place in the outer solar system, but remember to bring oxygen and warm clothing. Cosmos, Earth Science, Science And Nature, Saturns Moons, Planets And Moons, Space Facts, Space Images, Carl Sagan, Space And Astronomy

How Humans Could Live on Saturn's Moon Titan (Infographic)

Titan is probably the least inhospitable place in the outer solar system, but remember to bring oxygen and warm clothing.

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Living on an Alien Planet: Exoplanet Kepler-186f (Infographic)

At last humans are able to make educated guesses about what living on alien worlds might be like.

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Higgs Boson Simplified: This is simplified science. Get the details of the most cited endeavour in physics.

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Ten Equations That Changed the World

If you want to understand the fabric of the cosmos, you need to understand the language in which it is written – equations.

The Super Kamiokande neutrino detector buried underground in Japan. Usually filled with tonnes of pure water, the observatory detects neutrinos by watching for interactions with the subatomic particles in the water Paul Dirac, Ibaraki, Gifu, Andreas Gursky, Nobel Prize In Physics, Physics Experiments, Physics Topics, Big Bang, Quantum Physics

Scientists closer to explaining why matter persists over antimatter

New results show a difference in the way neutrinos and antineutrinos behave, which could help explain why there is so much matter in the universe.

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Japan’s ‘Cardboard Theater’ uses your tablet to create a private movie house

Japan teaches us that combining a simple cardboard box and a tablet in just the right way can deliver a pretty cool, immersive movie watching experience.