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Mars orbiter captures crazy photo of planet's North Pole
The Mars we often seen in photos from rovers and orbiters is dry, dusty and barren, but there are parts of the planet that, when viewed separately, could trick...
Sep 18, 2019 16:01 UTC Science Read More

Artificial Intelligence Proves 30% More Accurate Than Humans at Analyzing Dark Matter
A team of physicists and computer scientists at ETH Zurich has developed a new approach to the problem of dark matter and dark energy in the universe.
Sep 18, 2019 14:15 UTC Science Read More

Missing Link Between Simple Cells and Complex Life-Forms Possibly Found
Cells with nuclei bear certain similarities to simple archaeal cells, which may help clear up their fuzzy evolutionary past.
Sep 18, 2019 12:01 UTC Science Read More

'Snow-Cannon' on Enceladus May Make Other Moons Shine
Enceladus seems to be acting like a "snow-cannon," pumping water into Saturn's orbit and covering its neighboring moons in snow, which has made them highly…
Sep 18, 2019 11:00 UTC Science Read More

US Space Module Genesis II Might Crash into Relict Russian Satellite
The space habitat development company Bigelow Aerospace tweeted on Tuesday that two inoperative satellites, the US's Genesis II and Russia's Soviet-era…
Sep 18, 2019 09:53 UTC Science Read More

Researchers develop thermo-responsive protein hydrogel
Imagine a perfectly biocompatible, protein-based drug delivery system durable enough to survive in the body for more than two weeks and capable of providing…
Sep 18, 2019 06:46 UTC Science Read More

NASA’s new launch pad can shoot out 1,000,000 gallons of water a minute
Whenever there's a high-profile NASA mission on the horizon you can expect to hear about the various tests leading up to an eventual launch. Firing huge rocket…
Sep 18, 2019 03:07 UTC Science Read More

A volcano erupting in Russia caused purple sunsets across the globe
A volcanic eruption thousands of miles away could be making sunrises and sunsets more colorful, according to researchers at University of Colorado Boulder.
Sep 17, 2019 23:37 UTC Science Read More

Mars’ North Pole looks so bizarre in new photo by ExoMars orbiter
The Mars we often seen in photos from rovers and orbiters is dry, dusty, and barren, but there are parts of the planet that, when viewed separately, could trick you…
Sep 17, 2019 22:34 UTC Science Read More

The Most Massive Neutron Star has been Found. It's ALMOST the Most Massive Neutron Star That's Even Possible
There's a limit to how massive a star can be, and still form a neutron star when it runs out of fuel. Astronomers are one step closer to finding that limit.
Sep 17, 2019 22:20 UTC Science Read More

Rare 10 million-year-old fossil unearths new view of human evolution: New study of an ape-like pelvis suggests human ancestors might not have been built like modern African apes
Near an old mining town in Central Europe, known for its picturesque turquoise-blue quarry water, lay Rudapithecus. For 10 million years, the fossilized ape…
Sep 17, 2019 20:11 UTC Science Read More

Rare 10 million-year-old fossil unearths new view of human evolution
Near an old mining town in Central Europe, known for its picturesque turquoise-blue quarry water, lay Rudapithecus. For 10 million years, the fossilized ape…
Sep 17, 2019 19:39 UTC Science Read More

‘Mysterious Waves’ Have Been Pulsing Across Oklahoma, And There’s A Crazy ‘Stranger Things’ Like Twist
National Geographic is reporting that a number of mysterious waves have been pulsing around Oklahoma all summer, and scientists are absolutely baffled by…
Sep 17, 2019 15:59 UTC Science Read More

Acoustic energy harnessed to soften shear-thickening fluids
Researchers are using ultrasonic waves to manipulate the viscosity of shear-thickening materials, turning solids to slush—and back again.
Sep 17, 2019 15:53 UTC Science Read More

Universe's heaviest star is 'almost too massive' to exist
The heaviest star in the universe has been discovered — and it's only 15 miles wide. It is more than twice the mass of the sun, meaning a sugar cube of it...
Sep 17, 2019 15:48 UTC Science Read More

Regional climate shapes river topography
This story is part of Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news outlets to strengthen coverage of the climate story. Strong connections…
Sep 17, 2019 15:27 UTC Science Read More

Researchers put forward plan for elevator between moon and Earth
Two astronomers from the University of Cambridge and the University of Columbia have proposed a plan for a kind of elevator between the moon and the Earth.
Sep 17, 2019 14:59 UTC Science Read More

“A Cosmic Forest” –Primordial Black Holes May Unveil Nature of Dark Matter
New research has focused on the abundance of primordial black holes that formed just fractions of a second after the Big Bang that are 50 times more massive…
Sep 17, 2019 14:22 UTC Science Read More

NASA scientist reveals the eerie shadow cast on Jupiter's swirling surface by its moon Io
An incredible image shows the eerie black shadow cast on the swirling surface of Jupiter by its moon Io as the latter passes between the gas giant and the sun.
Sep 17, 2019 12:21 UTC Science Read More

Age of Saturn's rings debated as questions about life emerge
Saturn's rings may be shining as bright as ever, but the debate over how old they are has been given new life following a recently published study.
Sep 17, 2019 12:05 UTC Science Read More

The Most Powerful Lightning Bolts Strike in Unexpected Places
The average lightning strike can pack a punch. But then there are superbolts. First identified in the 1970s by satellites designed to monitor nuclear explosions,…
Sep 17, 2019 11:32 UTC Science Read More

Remote Russian Volcano Turns the Skies Purple
The eruption of a remote Russian volcano in June has been tingeing sunrises and sunsets the world over a gorgeous purple hue.
Sep 17, 2019 11:12 UTC Science Read More

Astronomers Get the Goods on Jupiter-Smacking Space Rock
The space rock that whacked Jupiter last month has lost its air of mystery. Something slammed into the king of planets on Aug. 7, generating a flash that was…
Sep 17, 2019 11:00 UTC Science Read More

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