Around the same time that the dinosaurs became extinct on Earth, a volcano on Mars went dormant, NASA researchers have learned.
Like a giant egg yolk in the sky
Dust to dust. The mysterious dark flows on Mars may not be water after all. Instead, they could be rivulets of sand, set in motion by sunlight on the Martian surface. The dark streaks form on Mars’s slopes during warm seasons, and are known as recurring slope lineae. While there is no direct evidence of
It’s possible that Mars had rings at one point and may have them again someday.
Is quantum communication through light the answer to our long search for the Extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI) signals?
With a budget $19.508 billion, will NASA be able to get people onto the red neighboring planet?
Time travel is possible, in a way.
The odds of life spreading between the worlds of the newly-discovered seven-planet TRAPPIST-1 system are up to 1,000 times greater than in our own solar system. That’s the conclusion of a new analysis posted March 2 to the arXiv, an online repository of scientific papers.
On the dwarf planet Ceres, volcanoes rage — but instead of hot lava coming out of them as on Earth, they spew brine and ice.