NASA prototype moon lander explodes Video
NASA prototype moon lander explodes Video Transcript
The first stoplight, the Phoenix lander launches, and a legend passes on.
This thrilling look at "M:3" features everyone's favorite Hollywood odd ball running away from loads of exploding stuff.
NASA is sending a rocket into the moon Friday morning in order to study the composition of lunar material. But really, you stopped listening when you heard "blow up the moon." And so did Cooley. Which for one small second, made him love space. We also talk about the world's largest phishing sting and Windows 8. Yep. 8.
NASA shuttle experience ready for take off, Apple and EMI team up for DRM-free music, case closed on in-flight cell calls, Google introduces MyMaps, and cool cars at the New York auto show.
Flaming spy planes, monster movies, and the first Disney toons
In what may be the craziest episode ever, Joey takes flight by piloting a model helicopter around the studio, using an iPhone app as a control pad. Virtual mayhem erupts when we take turns blasting each other in a alive Halo: Reach demo, and later, Scott describes his warm fuzzy feelings towards the NFL's handheld FanVision instant replay device.
Since Sunday, four eruptions, dubbed coronal mass ejections, have ejected plasma from the sun that will send particles toward Earth. People in northern states and Canada can expect a light show Wednesday. Courtesy NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory
It's the penultimate episode before our 404th episode of The 404. Yes, the Internet will exploded when we run our live show tomorrow. Today's episode, though, might keep us from ever reaching that magic number. In our first half, we discuss our recollections of learning about the birds and the bees. In the second half, we have a great Calls from the Public section, and we mention Best Buy's latest snafu.
The Phoenix lander launches and you can say whatever you want on television
The first blood transfusion, flying a kite in a thunderstorm, and exploding air balloons.