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We look at the real-life science of the spacecraft and mission in the book and movie.

Michael Greshko, Contributor

When the suspense rises, your eyes stick to the screen.

Michael Greshko, Contributor

To keep the board aloft, superconductors get stuck in magnetic fields.

Michael Greshko, Contributor

Want to inspire the next generation of female engineers? Create a TV show about her.

Emilie Lorditch, Staff Writer

This year's Sci-Tech awards include improvements in appearances of trees and hairstyles for movies.

Emilie Lorditch, Staff Writer

Physicist Kip Thorne addresses critiques of movie's plot elements.

Ben P. Stein, Contributor

Fifty years after the term "black hole" was coined, audiences and scientists remain captivated.

Ben P. Stein, Contributor

Computer graphics and Oscar-winning technology bring the film to life.

Emilie Lorditch, Staff Writer

A lack of attention to detail can be a good thing.

Emilie Lorditch, Staff Writer

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