Some time back on TG, we reported on the development of a Rambo video game, and we were quite surprised at how much people were interested in reading about it.
So-called super-Earths - rocky exoplanets much larger than our own - may actually be more like mini-Neptunes.
When a friend of mine and I were talking about classic 70's movies, Rocky inevitably came up, and my friend said, "It gets better and better every year."
Astronomers have long searched for habitable exoplanets orbiting red dwarf stars (M dwarfs), which are considered the most common type of star in the Milky Way galaxy.
NASA's Kepler mission has confirmed the first Earth-sized, rocky planets orbiting a star similar to our own, and says it's possible that they could once have harbored life.
Rocky pretty much came out of nowhere and made a star out of Sylvester Stallone overnight, marking an incredible moment in 70's pop culture history.
Sylvester Stallone has been incredibly lucky to play a pair of iconic big screen characters two decades in a row: Rocky Balboa and John Rambo.
Astronomers have found the smallest planet yet outside our solar system, a rocky planet about one and a half times the size of Earth.