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NASA Finds Weird Magnetic Pulses on Mars
Notice a weird magnetic pulse? You must be on Mars around midnight. At least that's what NASA's InSight lander is finding as it probes the planet for clues to its…
Sep 22, 2019 19:53 UTC Science Read More

Two new images show Mars’ icy poles and pockmarked surface
The European Space Agency has captured a stunning image of Mars from top to bottom with its Mars Express craft which is currently in orbit around the planet.
Sep 22, 2019 15:57 UTC Science Read More

Why we haven't made contact with aliens: answers to the Fermi Paradox
The Milky Way galaxy has billions of planets that could potentially host life. Yet despite scientists' efforts to monitor for and occasionally signal to extraterrestrials,…
Sep 22, 2019 12:48 UTC Science Read More

Russia Says It Will Keep Source of Hole (and Air Leak) on Soyuz Secret— But NASA Wants to Know: Report
Amid reports that the Russians will keep the cause of an air leak at the International Space Station secret, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has promised to…
Sep 22, 2019 12:39 UTC Science Read More

Here’s a way to up your knowledge of space travel, astronauts, rockets — and even the history of NASA’s logo.
Ready to escape? Time travel and teleportation aren't options (yet). Meanwhile, reading is probably your best option — and reading about space is even better.
Sep 21, 2019 11:32 UTC Science Read More

NASA news: What is this giant black hole on Jupiter? JunoCam snaps stunning pictures
NASA'S Juno spacecraft snapped this incredible image of a giant black hole cropping up on the surface of Jupiter – but what is this dark spot blemishing the Gas…
Sep 21, 2019 10:07 UTC Science Read More

Mysterious magnetic pulses & evidence of groundwater discovered on Mars
Mars may be hiding water deep beneath its surface, NASA's InSight lander has discovered – and the planet's magnetic field has a life of its own, pulsing at the…
Sep 21, 2019 05:02 UTC Science Read More

Venus was potentially habitable until a mysterious event happened
Venus likely maintained stable temperatures and hosted liquid water for billions of years before an event triggered drastic changes in the planet, according to a…
Sep 20, 2019 23:36 UTC Science Read More

Daily rainfall over Sumatra linked to larger atmospheric phenomenon
Around the globe, communities are concerned with rain and storms. An area known as the "Maritime Continent," which includes major islands such as Sumatra,…
Sep 20, 2019 20:44 UTC Science Read More

Stare at this stunning slice of Mars and weep with me
This ESA Mars Express image shows the Terra Sabaea and Arabia Terra regions. It has been turned on its side. The white cap of the north pole is to the left.
Sep 20, 2019 19:47 UTC Science Read More

Lockheed Martin readying NASA Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft for Plum Brook trip
The NASA Orion spacecraft that will fly the Artemis 1 uncrewed lunar orbit mission is being prepared for a crucial test series at Plum Brook Station in Ohio.
Sep 20, 2019 18:50 UTC Science Read More

Spooky 'Black Hole' on Jupiter Is Just a Big Shadow
NASA's Juno spacecraft recently caught this ominous view of Jupiter, which shows a massive black spot atop the gas giant's churning clouds. Looks scary, but…
Sep 20, 2019 17:49 UTC Science Read More

There's Some Bad News From The Earth's Last Great Heatwave
The Early Eocene was the last time the world was much hotter than it is today, and it turns out it was also much more sensitive to shifts in carbon dioxide.
Sep 20, 2019 17:20 UTC Science Read More

NASA’s SLS rocket is finally taking shape, well behind schedule
NASA fully intends to send humans back to the Moon sooner rather than later. Despite funding woes, the agency is still doing its best to hold true to a 2024…
Sep 20, 2019 16:55 UTC Science Read More

Quiz: how green is your lab?
Produced in partnership with Nature and scientists and members of the CU Green Labs Program at the University of Colorado Boulder, this short quiz highlights…
Sep 20, 2019 14:59 UTC Science Read More

HD microscopy in milliseconds
They can make tiny cell structures visible: cutting-edge light microscopes offer resolutions of a few tenths of a nanometer—in other words, a millionth of a…
Sep 20, 2019 14:07 UTC Science Read More

Mystery of Neanderthal extinction may have been solved as scientists blame common childhood illness
THE EXTINCTION of Neanderthals is shrouded in mystery but a team of scientists now thinks it was due to a common childhood illness. Experts have proposed…
Sep 20, 2019 11:23 UTC Science Read More

Comet gateway discovered to inner solar system, may alter fundamental understanding of comet evolution
A new study led by a University of Central Florida researcher may fundamentally alter our understanding of how comets arrive from the outskirts of the solar…
Sep 20, 2019 11:15 UTC Science Read More

NASA conspiracy claims: UFO hunter presents Apollo 15 photos ‘proof’ of Moon aliens
NASA Apollo 15 archive footage has revealed engineers at the US space agency examining photos of “alien lunar structures”, a UFO hunter has bizarrely…
Sep 20, 2019 11:02 UTC Science Read More

Mysterious magnetic pulses discovered on Mars
The nighttime events are among initial results from the InSight lander, which also found hints that the red planet may host a global reservoir of liquid water deep…
Sep 20, 2019 10:00 UTC Science Read More

Scientists reconstruct face of ancient human relative using fossils
We know what Neanderthals looked like. Now, thanks to ancient DNA, Israeli scientists have unveiled the appearance of another of our ancient...
Sep 20, 2019 07:26 UTC Science Read More

Boom town: Greenland’s climate change gold rush
Temperatures have risen faster here than anywhere. In towns like Ilulissat, the result is an economic surge.
Sep 20, 2019 04:02 UTC Science Read More

China Launches 5 New Earth Observation Satellites into Orbit (Video)
A Chinese Long March 11 rocket successfully launched five new remote-sensing satellites today (Sept. 19).
Sep 19, 2019 18:18 UTC Science Read More

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