See Saturn's rings Tuesday night as it makes closest pass by Earth
Get your telescope ready for Tuesday night as Saturn, the ringed jewel of our solar system, shines brighter than any other time of the year.
Jul 08, 2019 12:38 UTC Science Read More
Southern Delta Aquariids meteor shower is coming
The Southern Delta Aquariids meteor shower is almost upon us, with seasoned stargazers saying country WA will be a great place to view the sky show.
Jul 08, 2019 02:56 UTC Science Read More
Today in 2003: Opportunity blasts off to Mars
NASA's Opportunity rover spent some 15 years exploring Mars. It surpassed all expectations for its endurance and longevity, to become one of the most…
Jul 07, 2019 21:12 UTC Science Read More
First observation of native ferroelectric metal
In a paper released today in Science Advances, Australian researchers describe the first observation of a native ferroelectric metal: a native metal with bistable…
Jul 05, 2019 18:02 UTC Science Read More
Asteroid Wars Billionaires Are Dead Serious About Moving Factories to Space Victor Tangermann
To some, collecting resources from other planets or asteroids instead of using up the Earth could be the key to ensuring that we — and our planet — survive.
Jul 04, 2019 01:10 UTC Science Read More
Strange topological materials are popping up everywhere physicists look
'Fragile topology' is the latest addition to a group of quantum phenomena that give materials exotic — and exciting — properties.
Jul 03, 2019 15:52 UTC Science Read More
Artificial gravity breaks free from science fiction
Artificial gravity has long been the stuff of science fiction. Picture the wheel-shaped ships from films like 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Martian, imaginary craft…
Jul 02, 2019 12:45 UTC Science Read More
Does psychology have a conflict-of-interest problem?
Some star psychologists don't disclose in research papers the large sums they earn for talking about their work. Is that a concern?
Jul 02, 2019 12:00 UTC Science Read More
Physicists use light waves to accelerate supercurrents, enable ultrafast quantum computing
Scientists have discovered that terahertz light -- light at trillions of cycles per second -- can act as a control knob to accelerate supercurrents. That can help open…
Jul 01, 2019 19:41 UTC Science Read More
How you and your friends can play a video game together using only your minds
Telepathic communication might be one step closer to reality thanks to new research from the University of Washington. A team created a method that allows…
Jul 01, 2019 18:36 UTC Science Read More
Today is Asteroid Day 2019 Human World
The fifth annual International Asteroid Day happens on Sunday, June 30, 2019. Recognized by the United Nations, Asteroid Day marks a global opportunity to…
Jul 01, 2019 07:58 UTC Science Read More
Astronomers See Evidence of Supermassive Black Holes Forming Directly in the Early Universe
Some ancient supermassive black holes defy explanation. But a pair of researchers from Canad'a Western University think they have them figured out.
Jun 29, 2019 19:58 UTC Science Read More
Restored Mission Control comes alive 50 years after Apollo
Gone is the haze of cigarette, cigar and pipe smoke. Gone are the coffee, soda and pizza stains. With only a few exceptions, NASA's Apollo-era Mission Control…
Jun 29, 2019 06:59 UTC Science Read More
When the dinosaurs died, lichens thrived: Mass extinction hurt land plants, but DNA shows that some fungus/plant combo organisms rose up
When the asteroid hit, dinosaurs weren't the only ones that suffered. Clouds of ash blocked the sun and cooled the planet's temperature, devastating plant life.
Jun 29, 2019 01:17 UTC Science Read More
The microscopic fossils unlocking the Antarctic's history
To help predict the future of Antarctica, scientists are looking into the ice's past, drilling deep into the ice sheets and rock layers.
Jun 28, 2019 13:01 UTC Science Read More
Astronomers Model How Humanity Could Colonize the Milky Way
Winners were recently announced for a bizarre contest that asked contestants to figure out how humanity could ship out and colonize the entire Milky Way…
Jun 26, 2019 16:38 UTC Science Read More
Saturn's Moon Enceladus Has Nutrient-Rich Oceans
Until now, the subterranean oceans of Saturn's moon Enceladus, were thought to be harsh and utterly unsuitable for life. But now, a closer look reveals that the…
Jun 20, 2019 20:25 UTC Science Read More
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