Then, Motherboard explains the dangerous flight history of NASA's test plane known as the "vomit comet," and we explore the South African ghost town photographed in the March issue of VICE magazine.
We took a break last week for the Thanksgiving holiday but VICE didn't stop bringing it with fresh new videos for you to check out. Here's our latest slate of documentaries for you to watch.
Teeny tiny worms are helping us make the next giant leap for mankind.
One official has already compared them to housewives.
The film starring Matt Damon is the latest installment of an old genre that's all about problem-solving in the face of very intense problems.
VICE profiles Melissa Ede, a transgender taxi driver from England and a successful applicant to the Mars One project, which plans to relocate her to Mars in the year 2024.
An interview with Andrew Tunks, one of the finalists for Mars One's ambitious interstellar mission.
What could be more ridiculous than sending some actual meat into actual space? And how easy would it be?
In September, 2015, Danish citizen Andreas Mogensen will become the first of his countrymen to be shot into space.
Lord Martin Rees—Astronomer Royal and a professor of cosmology and astrophysics at the University of Cambridge—talks cyborgs, nuclear power, and the end of Darwinian natural selection.
The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. This week, hundreds of Albanian police officers raid a pot operation, and nearly 100,000 people flee Pakistan's North Waziristan as the military steps up its anti-Taliban offensive.
Becoming a planet owner is a lot easier than you might think. All you have to do is take a quick glance at an astronomical map, pick out whichever planet or moon tickles your fancy, tell everyone you own it, and you're set.
There may well be microbial life forms on Mars, yes. We may be polluting a pristine alien environment. But I say that, if they're there, let them fight for it. Let them go to war with the mighty water bears of Earth. I don't care any more. Space stations
Anyone with enough brains and balls can build their own rocket and fly it to space. Or at least that's what the nonprofit, open-source space-project Copenhagen Suborbitals wants the world to realize. They're determined to create the first homemade, manned…
They're going to live in little capsules and start a new society.
You probably don't know what the Alcubierre warp drive is, but that's cool.