Hubble Telescope Discovers Mysterious Black Hole Disc
Astronomers have observed an unexpected thin disc of material encircling a supermassive black hole at the heart of the spiral galaxy NGC 3147.
Jul 15, 2019 01:26 UTC Science Read More
Scientists Have Captured the Very First "Spooky" Photo of Quantum Entanglement
The SETI Institute has captured the first image of quantum entanglement and the ramifications for modern science are dizzying.
Jul 14, 2019 14:10 UTC Science Read More
ALMA Reveals Moon-Forming Disk Around Distant Planet
Astronomers have made the first observations of a circumplanetary disk of gas and dust like the one that is believed to have birthed the moons of Jupiter.
Jul 14, 2019 02:19 UTC Science Read More
NASA's ARIA Team Maps California Quake Damage
The mission produced a map of damage - the most substantial within a 6-mile area of Ridgecrest - caused by the pair of temblors that recently struck Southern…
Jul 13, 2019 01:12 UTC Science Read More
NASA has Figured Out How to Extend the Lives of the Voyagers Even Longer
The Voyager probes are getting long in the tooth. Their energy systems are weakening. But NASA has a plan to keep them going for at least a few more years.
Jul 11, 2019 18:31 UTC Science Read More
Scientists Are Trying to Make 'Ploonets' a Thing, And We Are Here For It
You've heard of moonmoons - that's what scientists want to call the satellite of a moon. But are you ready for ploonets? You'd better be, because we're here to…
Jul 10, 2019 06:21 UTC Science Read More
Funding one giant leap: How much the Apollo program actually cost
Landing on the moon remains one of mankind's most amazing endeavors 50 years later. But it wasn't exactly a cheap one.
Jul 10, 2019 01:24 UTC Science Read More
See Saturn's rings as the planet passes closest to Earth
The month of July is a great time to see the rings of Saturn, according to CNN. Saturn enters opposition Tuesday night, meaning it lies on the opposite side of the…
Jul 09, 2019 23:26 UTC Science Read More
Coral reefs shifting away from equator: New research reveals a dramatic rebalancing of young corals from tropical to subtropical waters during the last 40 years
Coral reefs are retreating from equatorial waters and establishing new reefs in more temperate regions, according to new research. The researchers found that…
Jul 09, 2019 20:15 UTC Science Read More
Physicists' finding could revolutionize information transmission
A research team led by physicists at the University of California, Riverside, has observed, characterized, and controlled dark trions in a semiconductor…
Jul 09, 2019 16:57 UTC Science Read More
Long Frozen Organisms in the Arctic Awakened, Hinting at Life on Other Planets
In recent years, researchers have reawakened life in frozen organisms in the Arctic permafrost, bringing them back to life. These studies are now challenging…
Jul 08, 2019 18:01 UTC Science Read More
See Saturn's rings Tuesday night as it makes closest pass by Earth
Get your telescope ready for Tuesday night as Saturn, the ringed jewel of our solar system, shines brighter than any other time of the year.
Jul 08, 2019 12:38 UTC Science Read More
Southern Delta Aquariids meteor shower is coming
The Southern Delta Aquariids meteor shower is almost upon us, with seasoned stargazers saying country WA will be a great place to view the sky show.
Jul 08, 2019 02:56 UTC Science Read More
First observation of native ferroelectric metal
In a paper released today in Science Advances, Australian researchers describe the first observation of a native ferroelectric metal: a native metal with bistable…
Jul 05, 2019 18:02 UTC Science Read More
Shuttle veteran RS-25 engines ready for SLS Core Stage installation ahead of Artemis-1
The four RS-25 engines for the first launch of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) have all arrived at the factory where their Core Stage is being completed.
Jul 05, 2019 17:11 UTC Science Read More
These astronauts just wished us a happy Independence Day from space
The only two Americans living, literally, out of this world wished the country a happy Independence Day, and it's probably the best holiday message ever.
Jul 04, 2019 18:00 UTC Science Read More
The Planet-Hunting TESS Discovers Its Smallest Exoplanet to Date
Thanks in large part to the Kepler Space Telescope, the number of confirmed extrasolar planets has grown exponentially in the last decade. And with…
Jul 04, 2019 03:05 UTC Science Read More
An exciting boost for solar cells
A process called singlet fission has the potential to enhance the efficiency of solar cells. The mechanism has been difficult to implement in such devices, but…
Jul 03, 2019 17:00 UTC Science Read More
Ultra-small nanoprobes could be a leap forward in human-machine interfaces
Machine enhanced humans -- or cyborgs as they are known in science fiction -- could be one step closer to becoming a reality, thanks to new research.
Jul 03, 2019 16:56 UTC Science Read More
Does psychology have a conflict-of-interest problem?
Some star psychologists don't disclose in research papers the large sums they earn for talking about their work. Is that a concern?
Jul 02, 2019 12:00 UTC Science Read More
Future How plants reclaimed Chernobyl's poisoned land
Trees and other kinds of vegetation have proven to be remarkably resilient to the intense radiation around the nuclear disaster zone.
Jul 02, 2019 00:12 UTC Science Read More
How you and your friends can play a video game together using only your minds
Researchers have created a method for two people help a third person solve a task using only their minds.
Jul 01, 2019 20:48 UTC Science Read More
Physicists use light waves to accelerate supercurrents, enable ultrafast quantum computing
Scientists have discovered that terahertz light -- light at trillions of cycles per second -- can act as a control knob to accelerate supercurrents. That can help open…
Jul 01, 2019 19:41 UTC Science Read More
Today is Asteroid Day 2019 Human World
The fifth annual International Asteroid Day happens on Sunday, June 30, 2019. Recognized by the United Nations, Asteroid Day marks a global opportunity to…
Jul 01, 2019 07:58 UTC Science Read More
International Asteroid Day notes most powerful meteor strike in recorded history
ST. GEORGE — June 30th was International Asteroid Day, marking 111 years since an estimated 220-million-pound meteoroid smashed into the Tunguska…
Jul 01, 2019 05:18 UTC Science Read More
ESA will head for the double asteroid, too
Following NASA's DART mission, if all goes as planned, an European Space Agency mission called Hera will also visit Didymos and its moon, to gather vital,…
Jun 30, 2019 10:41 UTC Science Read More
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