A smash-up in the asteroid belt may have turned a previously calm and quiet space rock into a splashier kind of celestial object.
‘Awesome’ technology could be used to explore ‘anywhere there is water and sufficiently low gravity’
The tiny remains of an extinct bug-like creature discovered at British Columbia’s 500-million-year-old Burgess Shale fossil deposit add a new branch to the evolutionary tree of life, says a PhD student who tracked down the organism’s development.
Featuring a Russian spy murder, a self-immolation, gun-toting government thugs and other fanciful plot devices, “Project Blue Book,” History’s popular new series on the Air Force’s program to investigate and debunk U.F.O.s, is not your historian’s Project Blue Book.
Two new species of fungi have made an appearance in a rapidly melting glacier on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian Arctic, just west of Greenland. A collaborative team of researchers from Japan’s National Institute of Polar Research, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies in Tokyo, Japan, and Laval University in Québec, Canada made the discovery.
One of the premier cameras on the Hubble Space Telescope is no longer working and NASA has shut it down while the issue is investigated.
What links the center of the Earth, billions of smartphones, and BGS scientists? The answer is: the recently updated World Magnetic Model (WMM)
Some 160 UFO sightings were reported in Washington state last year – about one every 55 hours on average, according to the National UFO Reporting Center.
A small cotton shoot is growing onboard Chang’e 4 lunar lander, scientists confirm