Photojournalist Jerry Redfern recently accompanied a team of archaeologists as they excavated at the Plain of Jars in Laos.
Ministry of Defence UFO files reveal ALL about 1996 UFO sighting that was written off as a ‘celestial phenomena’
Although the vacuum chamber in the British fusion reactor JET has a wall made of solid metal, it can melt if it gets hit by a beam of runaway electrons. It is these runaway elementary particles that doctoral students Linnea Hesslow and Ola Embréus have successfully identified and decelerated.
Scientists discover that light, under certain conditions, can move around objects like a frictionless liquid, which could help improve a wide array of devices like lasers and solar panels.
Astrophile is Joshua Sokol’s monthly column on curious cosmic objects, from the solar system to the far reaches of the multiverse
Astronomers have recently identified a peculiar bubble-like structure associated with an energetic pulsar known as PSR J1015−5719. The newly found feature, designated G283.1−0.59, is most likely a polar wind nebula. The findings were presented June 9 in a paper published on the arXiv pre-print server.
Film paired with Steven Greer’s book gets Toronto premiere this weekend at Alien Cosmic Expo UFO symposium.
An unknown Mars-to-Earth-mass planet may lurk in the outer reaches of the Solar System.
DC power lines are being used again thanks to their ability to outperform AC lines over long distances and directly connect with renewable power sources. This makes bringing green energy from distant rural locations to urban centers possible.