Get a brief teaser of Zachary Levi's Shazam appearance. Our first look at Terry Gilliam's long-awaited The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is finally here. Some familiar faces will be showing up in Legends of Tomorrow's season finale. Plus, more footage from Ash vs. Evil Dead's return, and new iZombie pictures. Spoilers now!
Early today, a Falcon 9 rocket delivered the PAZ radio communications satellite, along with a pair of SpaceX-owned internet satellites, to low-Earth orbit. It was an otherwise routine launch and deployment, save for the attempt to recover the rocket's payload fairing -- a feat that's never been tried before.
If all goes as the USbFCC's Republican commissioners planned, December 14 will be known as the day that net neutrality died in the US. But thanks to the mercifully slow gears of the federal bureaucracy, big changes don't happen immediately. On Thursday, the US Federal Communications Commission's repeal of net neutrality protections is scheduled to hit the federal register. Sixty days later, it will be official. But there's a lot happening in the meantime.
The Enterprise isn't just quintessential to the long history of Star Trek, it's also one of the most iconic starships of all time. It was the star of the classic series, but later and earlier versions of it also sat at the heart of The Next Generation and Enterprise, and beyond that in film. Now that we know the ship is coming to Discovery's second season, it's time to look back and rank the best of them.
Video: From afar, the photorealistic portraits that Cayce Zavaglia creates look like they were painted with fine, hatched brushstrokes. But when you get closer you can see that each one is actually made up of thousands of threads, painstakingly embroidered by hand using a needle and endless patience.
Galaxies have supermassive black holes at their centres - our Milky Way, for example, has its own four-million-solar-mass one, Sagittarius A*. Some astronomers have previously thought that there's a simple relationship between the galaxy's size, the black hole's mass, and how much light the black hole spits out while it eats up the things surrounding it. But a pair of papers studying the biggest star-eating behemoths imaginable seems to bust up that assumption.
The series finale of Quantum Leap was bleak (to put it mildly), with the final title card confirming that Scott Bakula's character, Sam Beckett, remained lost in time. However, one video claims a long-rumoured alternate ending was actually real, one which would have made it possible for Sam to make that final leap home.
Video: Earlier this month, we got our long-awaited first trailer for the Han Solo Star Wars spinoff film, and it was actually pretty fine. Not the disaster some fans might have expected given the movie's tumultuous production, just not the greatest trailer in the world. But it turns out there's one way to make it pretty dang great: A bit of "Sabotage".
Amateur astronomer Victor Buso was testing his camera-telescope setup in Argentina back in September 2016, pointing his Newtonian telescope at a spiral galaxy called NGC613. He collected light from the galaxy for the next hour and a half, taking short exposures to keep out the Santa Fe city lights. When he looked at his images, he realised he'd captured a potential supernova - an enormous flash of light and energy bursting off of a distant star.
Police in Texarkana, Texas arrested 24-year-old Ricky Jared Rankin for allegedly posting a photo of an AR-15 - that model of semi-automatic rifle that keeps on being used in mass slaughters across the US - to Instagram accompanied by the caption, "I'm thinking about finally going back to school," KTBS reported.