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One of two official packages of photos of Iran's famed simian space traveler depicted the wrong monkey, but a primate really did fly into space and return safely to Earth, a senior Iranian space official confirmed Saturday.
Neil Armstrong made "one giant leap for mankind" with a small step onto the moon.
Comic-Con International, the four-day pop-culture celebration that takes over the San Diego Convention Center each summer, runs Thursday to Sunday. Here's a look at some of the hottest films, TV shows and video games expected at the sold-out 43rd annual convention:
"Battleship" steams into movie theaters overseas this week, giving international audiences the first chance to decide whether a board game-based movie is sea-worthy.
"Battleship" steams into movie theaters overseas this week, giving international audiences the first chance to decide whether a board game-based movie is seaworthy.
A NASA spacecraft will reach out and touch an asteroid and send pieces back to Earth, the space agency announced Wednesday.
It seems strange to think that one of popular music's most successful singer-songwriters considered it a change of pace to sit in a room with an acoustic guitar to compose.
As Congress looks for ways to trim the budget, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) represents an opportunity for up to $9 billion in savings. This outfit has become little more than an advocacy group for trendy leftist causes operating on the public's dime. Many liberal policies being promoted are so unpopular that congressional Democrats can't muster the votes to get them through the proper legislative process. So they go to the EPA instead.
A review of Sony's DC Universe Online for the PlayStation 3
It's the "worst environmental disaster America has ever faced," as President Obama describes it. Lesser mortals call it a "catastrophe" and "calamity." Some call the Gulf oil leak "doomsday for the Gulf of Mexico."