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That’s one small nuke for man. One giant nuke for mankind.

A "dollar" may be a little plain-sounding, but things could have been far, far worse.

Architect Oscar Newman devised a gigantic spherical nuclear shelter, built underground, below present-day New York.

How early cinema’s foley artists made movie magic.

Scientists say the 500-year-old ship dates back to the Renaissance. 

The first thing the Apollo 11 astronauts did when they returned from the moon 50 years ago wasn't attend a ticker tape parade or get checked for space madness. They filled out this customs form.

A Salute to Space Dogs

Monday July 15, 2019

A new book pays tribute to the canine cosmonauts who gave birth to space exploration – and some very kitschy memorabilia.

Inject some old-timey tawdriness into your vocabulary.

In this extract from his new book, Motel, architecture nerd and comedian Tim Ross takes us on a daggy-yet-vaguely-glamorous trip down memory lane.

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