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Unreal Studio 4 Beta Software is Free

That's right! Unreal Studio 4 Gaming Engine Beta Software is free. If you ever wanted to work your way into gaming or just create some very realistic animation. Get it here. Watch the demo below for more info.

UPDATE! The New Lost in Space Series is Great!

Okay, I am about half way through the first season and I have to say I'm loving it. You should check it out if you haven't already.

The first reviews are in of the pilot episode that aired at Wondercon and it looks good for this new Netflix's series.

Check out the new trailer Above. 

It looks interesting. I was a fan of the original as a kid, too over the top for me to watch as an adult, but the movie remake was okay. I do like the fact that I don't recognize anyone in it. Let's see what Netflix will do with it.

Here are a couple of screen grabs from the trailer below.

It debuted on Netflix April 13, 2018.

Strap into your comfy chair and fly through the Milky Way Galaxy with Hubble

NASA has unveiled a fly through video of the Lagoon Nebula located in the center of our Milky Way Galaxy. It's pretty amazing. I want to watch this in my VR headset so I feel like I'm strapped into a starship.

Sit back and blast off.


The Official Non-Comic Con Relaxational Week is coming July 16 through 20

I know it sounds weird but it's just free indie comic books. That's right, it's not Comic Con and you've got nothing to do except read free comic books! Wha... How can life get any better than that? So, I am participating in this comic book promotion which is basically a free giveaway everyday for this entire week. And you'll get to read some interesting comics if you follow along. I will be giving away my book through Indie Comics Magazine and the publishers over at Aazurn. 

Just head over to Aazurn publishing and sign up for updates. They will send you links to download new comic books to read on whatever device you choose. YES, It's Free!

Check out the teaser trailer below.

YES, It's Free! Free I say.

Stars will collide in 2022 and you can watch it with your own eyes!

So this headline caught my eye today. " For the first time, astronomers are confidently predicting how to see this type of brilliant blast, which will be visible with the naked eye." Sounds pretty intense. 


Article at Nat Geo
By Nadia Drake

Four years from now, you may be able to witness a new "star" appearing in the night sky, a cosmic gem that should glitter in the northern wing of the constellation Cygnus, the swan, for a good portion of a year.

For the first time, astronomers are confidently predicting that a specific stellar system will explode within a defined period of time, becoming more than 10,000 times brighter than it is now. The explosion will be visible from Earth with the naked eye, and it could be about as bright as Polaris, the north star.

The eruption will signal the moment two stars locked in a cosmic dance have merged, exploding into a red nova that will briefly give Cygnus an extra stellar spangle.
Its debut should happen within a short enough interval that parents teaching their kids about the stellar tapestry overhead can reliably point to the spot where a new pinprick of light will appear.
“We get a predicted explosion date of 2022, give or take a year,” says Calvin College astronomer Larry Molnar, who presented the prediction today during a meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Grapevine, Texas.
“It will be a very dramatic change in the sky, as anyone can see it. You won’t need a telescope to tell me in 2023 whether I was wrong or I was right.”


Salyut-7 is Russia's new space blockbuster

Think Apollo 13 meets Gravity. Salyut-7’s producers say the film features 40 minutes of footage shot in zero gravity, with 20 minutes shot in space — which they claim as a first for any movie. It’s hard to prove these claims, but they’re certainly believable, given the shots of cosmonauts operating aboard the station, and in EVA sequences. Check out the trailer below.

Life Discovered on Venus?

A new study from an international team of scientists proposes that microbial life could exist in the clouds of Venus. The exciting hypothesis suggests mysterious dark patches seen in the atmosphere could be something akin to algae blooms seen in oceans on Earth.

A composite image of the planet Venus showing the mysterious clouds that could be home to microbial life, as seen by the Japanese probe.