Phantom from Space
Who’s the mysterious, headless humanoid in the weird diving suit wandering around Santa Barbara? He’s the “Phantom from Space” causing mayhem, murder and fizzled telecommunications in this 1953 flick. Enhance your fiction
with facts on cloaking devices from mathematician Graeme Milton.
A French soldier played by Jack Nicholson gets snared by a supernatural network led by Boris Karloff. A member of Utah’s Ghost investigator Society discusses ghosts and the film in Science to go with the Show
Red Planet Mars
Earthling go bonkers when Martian messages depict a utopian society. Is it a subversive political plot to throw the world into chaos or is an advanced civilization really sending tips? See Science to go with the Show
to learn how communications from Mars are really received.
Missile to the Moon
When the government yanks support for his project, Dirk Green gets mad—then he heads for the moon with convicts and stowaways. The film, released a year before Russia’s Luna 2 mission, presents a fanciful version of that giant ball of cheese in the sky. For our Science to go with the Show, scholar Lacey Holland blinds us with the science of atmospheric research
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