62 miles from the end of the world

Take a deep breath. Now, repeat. It gets harder and harder to do that the higher you go, but there's never a point where the atmosphere just stops. Like an aging celebrity, it just kind of faaaaaaades away..... which raises the question, where does the world end and space begin? By convention, we've decided it's …

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The Problem with “The Three-Body Problem”

From a recent review of Cixin Liu's Nebula Award-nominated and Hugo Award-winning "The Three-Body Problem" on Big Think: "Why We Should Really Stop Trying to Contact Aliens" by Robby Berman Cixin’s writing is beyond smart — it’s brilliant — and it's science fiction of the best kind, with mind-boggling ideas and perceptions, and characters you …

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From the Author of Dreadnought & Shuttle: Writer, Know Thyself

Today I am happy to host a guest piece by a friend and colleague, LJ Cohen, whose Young Adult space adventures have earned her quite a bit of attention, including a review in Publisher's Weekly and more recently a membership in Science Fiction Writers of America. We're both wrestling with growth and change lately, but …

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