Long Islanders Recall Leading Role in Moon Landing

“Our job was to put guys on the moon, and that’s what we did,” says Mike Lisa, a retired Grumman engineer who helped build the Apollo lunar module.

Star Trek at 50: 7 Scientific Advances Inspired by The Sci-fi...

Thursday marks the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek, the sci-fi television series that continues to inspire not only legions of loyal fans, but also important technological advances. Star Trek-inspired scientific advances were among the topics discussed when fans gathered at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan last weekend for the ‘Star Trek: Mission New York’ convention.

Sonic Boom, Earthquake, Government Cover-Up, Meteor, Or Something More Sinister?

Secret supersonic military war crafts? Extraterrestrials? Brookhaven National Lab's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider?

Blood Moon Supermoon Incites Fears Of Natural Disasters September 27 &...

Rare 'Blood Moon' 'SuperMoon' Sept. 27 & 28 will be a full moon in perigee undergoing a total lunar eclipse, and will be blood-red, stoking fears of apocalyptic natural disasters.

Lavazza ISSpresso Caffeine-Booster Rocket Fuels Astronauts & Cosmonauts’ Cosmic Journey

"Хьюстон!" Talk about a "Floater." This celestial beauty is literally out-of-this-world!

Do This: Long Island Events December 18-24

Kim Russo, aka "The Happy Medium," is coming to the Boulton Center in Bay Shore, Matisyahu will rock The Paramount in Huntington, Kenny Rogers will play his hits at NYCB Theatre at Westbury and Bijan Mortazavi and Shahram Solati will perform at The Space in Westbury.

NASA Rocket Launch to be Visible on LI

The launch is scheduled for 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., weather permitting.

Meteor Passes East Coast, Produces ‘Brilliant’ Light

An object that size “can produce light equivalent to the full moon for a short instant."

The Target – March, 2013

Who or what hit the target for March. Who missed? It's all in The Target!