While it’s fine to test the temperature of a new relationship, be aware that your neediness may keep you two from developing a stable bond.
After spending a year on the International Space Station, astronaut Scott Kelly is Earth’s go-to expert on longterm space flight, and is probably the best guy to talk about a potential trip to the Red Planet.
It’s like a taco, without the taco. Which we’re totally fine with.
You’re still an “I” even after “I do”.
Is it possible to create more space by expanding how we think?
An Astronaut Explains Why It’s Exceedingly Difficult To Play Guitar In Space.
Gareth Dorrian on how the human body is much more fragile than we imagined, and four other findings from the International Space Station.
That’s right. Blue Origin has successfully launched and landed a reusable rocket.
You don’t actually need 20/20 vision to become one of NASA’s astronauts.
Ever wondered what sex in space would be like? Well so have fans of StarTalk! Listen to Neil as he describes what would be different and what would be the same.
We all know about the sky above us. Who knows about the sky below?
The intersection of carbon dioxide, health, and climate change.
The best relationships start as an inside job. Learn how to love someone (you know, that future honey-pie) long before you meet.
Ray Jennings finds comfort in contemplating the big, unanswerable questions.
Daniel Dowling explains the difference between relationships that involve creation and connection—and entanglements that don’t.
Who are we? Why are we here? Where did we come from? And if we are here, who else is here; and who else is out there?