Holy hell, that is a LOT of starships.
There's nothing like ending the day with a quiet ramble past the misty fields, full of gentle starships put out to pasture. I've always thought it was humane that starships are allowed to retire to such a beautiful place once they can no longer withstand the rigors of wormhole travel.
Star Trek Into Darkness gave us a chase scene with a Klingon patrol ship, and the production team went through several possible designs for the Abrams-timeline vessels. Concept artist Harald Belker has been sharing a few potential ships that didn't make it on film.
This fan video of Nicki Minaj's "Starships" — packed with clips of your favorite spaceships and their crews — will fill you with love for the great, big universe.
Acclaimed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was in attendance at the most recent Starship Smackdown—an anual end-of-Comic-Con tradition wherein a posse of high-profile in-the-know space nerds debate one another of the best starship of all time.
If Star Trek were a thrilling radio drama sandwiched between Ovaltine ads and spots for the dyspepsia-fighting power of Moxie, then the Enterprise might possibly bear a resemblance to its long-lost cousin, Guido Fallei's amphibious dirigible gyrocopter. As the September 1930 issue of Popular Mechanics explained of…
It's a tough galaxy out there, so you need a ship that can dish out some pain when needed. That's why Gameforge's free-to-play browser game Star Trek — Infinite Space is preparing to roll out the mighty Intrepid-class starship.
Is that a bearded, lightsaber-wielding Han Solo?! You bet your ass it is. This t-shirt features early concept art drawn up by none other than legendary concept designer Ralph McQuarrie — the man behind much of the look and feel of the original Star Wars trilogy. This is just one of over 20 new Star Wars tees being…
This glorious 3D rendering of the Klingon K't'inga-class warship will be this week's "starship of the week" over at the site for the upcoming free-to-play browser game Star Trek: Infinite Space, and we've got the exclusive first glimpse.
Are we ever going to use antimatter to drive a starship?
In the short film "Modern Times," a spaceship crew uses the lunar surface as a giant movie screen. Videographer BC2010 put this stellar short together "with no money, just a little time and a lot of passion."
Some people go to the ocean and they see ships. Bernard Gigounon goes to the ocean and he sees hidden starships everywhere.
New Pandorum concept art shows a dark, time-worn spaceship command center, with rusty bulkheads and a cool-looking holographic user interface surrounding the captain's chair. And click through to see another piece of concept art, showing the inevitable service crawlway.