I saw this once before. Blew my mind then. They’ve since updated it. I’m still in awe.
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This is pretty cool, the NASA Academy of Program/Project and Engineering Leadership (APPEL) has released a free iBook and ebook PDF about space junk. This is the official page for the NASA Orbital Debris and Risk Mitigation iBook on the NASA website.
With approximately 1,150,000 humans killed, missing, or wounded, the Battle of Stalingrad stands as one of the bloodiest battles in history. The battle was fought between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany from August 23, 1942 until February 2, 1943 during World War II. Due to the decimation of German Wehrmacht forces, the Battle of Stalingrad is considered a pivotal fight in the defeat of Nazi Germany. Director Fedor Bondarchuk has attempted to create a love story amidst the carnage of the battle in his film Stalingrad.
As part of the new Halo 4 game release, 343 industries decided to tie in a live action series. There is a stigma that games translate poorly to non-interactive storytelling and for the most part that tends to be true. Games can take anywhere from 6-8 hours to play through, that’s not including RPGs which can consume 50-70 hours, or your whole life if it’s an MMO. Having to cram all that story into an hour and a half can be a bit daunting. Thankfully director Stewart Hendler and writers Todd Helbing and Aaron Helbing have been doing a weekly webseries that uses the Halo universe but tells a story we haven’t seen yet…