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Viajamos a San Francisco para reunirnos con Doug Vakoch, fundador de METI Internacional, una organización dedicada a elaborar y enviar mensajes interestelares.
Lucy McRae on Creativity and the Human Body as Art | Visionaries, Episode 2
In this episode of Visionaries, we meet Lucy McRae, a self-described science fiction artist, filmmaker, and body architect who eventually wants to go to space.
The Process / web
Reanimating Kubrick in Operation Avalanche
This film blurs all boundaries between film and reality.
The Process / web
Creating Cutting-Edge Sci-Fi with Analog Effects | The Process
In form and execution, Approaching The Unknown solidifies our fascinations with Mars as the next great frontier for science and civilization.
Motherboard Pilot Week
Whiz Kidz: The Internet
We often talk about science and the future, but what do kids actually think about the future?
Inside the Michigan Militia
VICE's Ben Makuch investigates the state of militia groups in Michigan and explores the driving force behind the militia movement today.
Simulating Mars Atop Earth's Largest Volcano
On top of the largest volcano on Earth, six scientists live in complete isolation to simulate life on Mars.
The Real 'X-Files'?
VICE travels to Roswell, NM with the paranormal investigator and skeptic who's been called the real-life Dana Scully.
Profiles by VICE
Taxi to Mars
On this episode of Profiles by VICE, we meet Melissa, the unlikely transgender astronaut, to understand what motivates a person to relocate to another, unknown planet.
When Will Humans Live On Mars?
Motherboard investigates the future of space, its democratization and privatization.
Meet Scotland's DIY Rocketeers
Every year for a week a Scottish moor becomes an ad hoc launch site for amateur rocketeers to blast their DIY shuttles and spaceships into the skies.
Deep Space Robot Gardeners
When you’re floating in space, the limited culinary options leave something to be desired. In fact, astronauts on long trips typically don’t eat enough.