James K. Decker's The Burn Zone is the best damned science fiction book this reviewer has read in quite some time.
Brett Patton's second entry in his Armor Wars series proves that the first novel was no fluke and this is a series with serious potential.
SpaceUp Atlanta was a fun, relaxed "unconference" on space-related topics which allowed enthusiasts to meet and share their knowledge.
Smithsonian Channel: Air and Space Collection is a great asset for students, teachers, and air and space enthusiasts.
A darkness inside brought on by a vision of light. What is truly real?
The Cat in the Hat takes kids along for a fun and educational trip through our solar system in this interactive eBook.
Why we should fund the space program to further exploration of other worlds.
Space Marines. Romans. Space Pirates. Roman space pirates. Aliens. Mammoths. Sentient Foxes. What more do you need to know?
Nova: The Fabric of the Cosmos is an entertaining and fascinating study of space, time, and the universe.
The Empire uses Apple products, what would the Rebel Alliance use?