A new anomalous discovery has been unearthed in Peru. Join Gaia’s ongoing investigation and decide for yourself if this is proof of a non-human species.
In 1977, scientists working on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) recorded an unusually strong radio signal, the origin of which many scientists believe has not been explained. While the most exotic theory is that the signal is a call from ET, a paper published in the Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences claims the origins of the signal is much more mundane. They think a comet or two caused it. SETI scientists, including the senior astronomer at the SETI Institute, Seth Shostak, and the man who discovered the signal, disagree.
But our days of massive exoplanet dumps may be numbered.
Residents in San Diego were treated to a surprise light show on the Monday night of April 11th.
An international team of mathematicians led by University of Pittsburgh Professor Thomas Hales has delivered a formal proof of the Kepler conjecture, a famous problem in discrete geometry. The team’s paper is published in the journal Forum of Mathematics, Pi.
Astronomers have released an image of a vast filament of star-forming gas, 1200 light-years away, in the stellar nursery of the Orion Nebula.
Conspiracy theorists claim a blurry letter seen in a picture could be the key to solving the Roswell UFO mystery.
Quantum satellite Micius has sent entangled photons to ground stations on Earth
To win the war against antibiotic resistant super bugs, scientists seek to find the origin of resistance genes. Further, they try to identify how the genes are introduced to disease-causing bacteria — so-called pathogens. Identifying where resistance genes come from and how they spread somewhat compares to finding patient zero in an outbreak, which is not an easy task.