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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer

The latest trailer for Star Wars: the Force Awakens is out now! This one shows a lot more of the characters than the early teaser trailer, and to be honest, is a much better trailer over all.

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Chart of Various Sci-Fi Ships

Have you ever wanted to see every ship in science fiction together on the same chart, and all in relative scale? Well, here it is! Although this poster has nearly every spacecraft in science fiction, in relative size to each other, ships smaller than 100 meters and larger than 24 km are omitted (and I’m sure some very obscure ones are missed too). The chart was created by Dirk Loechel, so drop by his portfolio and leave him some nice comment.

Or just click on the image below to get the full size view.

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The Leviathan Teaser Trailer

Here’s an impressive proof of concept/pitch for a new movie titled The Leviathan, created by Ruairi Robinson. No word on whether it might actually get made, but I’d watch it!

Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer 3

The latest trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron is out, and it’s looking pretty spiffy. Also, be sure to check out the trailer breakdown and analysis at ComicBook.com.

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Crash Course in Astronomy

From PBS Digital Studio’s Crash Course web series comes Crash Course: Astronomy, hosted by famed astronomer Phil Plait. This is a fantastic little web series on astronomy, so go ahead and check it out!

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There are 6 episodes in the series so far, and you can see them all on this YouTube play list.

Star Wars vs Star Trek Epic Trailer

This is truly epic! A Star Wars vs. Star Trek “trailer” using clips from various movies and games in both franchises. It is amazingly well done, and the cuts are so seamless that I could almost believe.

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