New NASA footage reveals what is the biggest meteor impact ever recorded on the surface of the Moon.
Two galaxies, each the size of our own, are smashing into one another. With explosive results.
A truss bridge from 1939 was recently blasted to make way for a newer structure nearby. Watch the demolition unfold in the video.
Everybody loves blowing stuff up and then re-watching it in super slow motion. Everybody.
Thanks to an EEG headset and a compressed air cannon, destroying things with your brain just got a whole lot easier.
Curiosity trumped the impossible using an experimental mishmash of technology, but one of NASA's innovative test beds — which performed admirably in previous tethered flights — experienced a spectacular failure today. Morpheus doesn't look like its going to walk away from this one.
There are few things we love more than photos of things being blown up. Fortunately there seems to be no shortage of artists who like blowing things up and capturing the moment in unique ways. This particular gallery shows a bunch of regular objects captured at the moment of explosion in lush, saturated color.
This series of vignettes was created for Danish TV show Dumt & Farlig (or Stupid and Dangerous). By all accounts much of the action is stupid and dangerous — but that's exactly why you'll love it. The concept is simple: pick something, and then destroy it in some visually appealing way.
Forget solar flares, forget space garbage trucks, and forget lasers. The new and awesome and fun way to deal with the space junk is to just blow up the atmosphere!
From Blastr: On Sept. 13, 1999, a tragedy befell all mankind. An accident of unknown origin at the nuclear waste dumps on the far side of the moon caused a massive explosion that hurled the moon out of Earth orbit.