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Nasa picks headquarters for Moon lander
A Nasa facility in Alabama that developed the giant rocket for the Apollo programme in the 1960s will play a key role in sending astronauts down to the Moon's…
Aug 17, 2019 13:10 UTC Science Read More

Why Does Metal Spark in the Microwave?
Why do metallic materials produce little firework displays in the microwave?
Aug 17, 2019 10:59 UTC Science Read More

Scientists stunned after spotting record-shattering supernova
Scientists have a pretty good handle on the life cycle of various stars. They know the types of stars that are likely to die in fiery supernova blasts, and they know…
Aug 17, 2019 00:07 UTC Science Read More

Asteroid warning: Space rock comparable to dinosaur killer is heading Earth’s way
A MASSIVE asteroid comparable to the massive space rock which brought the dinosaurs' reign on Earth to an end is hurtling towards Earth, and scientists have…
Aug 17, 2019 00:01 UTC Science Read More

Humans migrated to Mongolia much earlier than previously believed
Stone tools uncovered in Mongolia by an international team of archaeologists indicate that modern humans traveled across the Eurasian steppe about 45000…
Aug 16, 2019 22:35 UTC Science Read More

NASA Sun Probe Spies the Solar Wind in 1st Birthday Photo
This past Monday (Aug. 12), NASA's newest solar probe celebrated its first year in space and began preparing for another close swoop by the sun. The Parker…
Aug 16, 2019 21:59 UTC Science Read More

Half of Neanderthal Population Suffered from Surfer's Ear!
Neanderthals were more likely than early modern humans to have suffered from swimmer's ear, but no one knows why.
Aug 16, 2019 21:57 UTC Science Read More

Trove of 'super-deep' diamonds from Earth's core discovered
Scientists have found a trove of "super-deep" diamonds from hundreds of miles below the Earth's surface.
Aug 16, 2019 19:44 UTC Science Read More

NASA footage shows black hole a million times bigger than the Sun CONSUME a star
SHOCKING NASA footage shows a colossal star being “shredded” by a black hole in what is known as “tidal disruption”, where tidal forces rip apart the star.
Aug 16, 2019 19:27 UTC Science Read More

A Doomed Comet Just Fell Into the Sun. Here's the Video.
A new video captured a comet diving directly into the sun.
Aug 16, 2019 19:26 UTC Science Read More

Ancient cave bears were pushed to extinction by humans, not climate
Cave bears no longer exist. They went extinct tens of thousands of years ago, and all we have left of the massive ancient creatures are fossils. Figuring exactly…
Aug 16, 2019 18:10 UTC Science Read More

Proposed asteroid landing sites now down to four nominees
It has been quite a week for science, so let's get started.
Aug 16, 2019 17:51 UTC Science Read More

A former NASA intern says she shut down a dating app match after he asked whether she was a receptionist
Navigating the perilous terrain of online dating takes guts. Sharply shutting down a match who belittles your profession takes skill.
Aug 16, 2019 17:50 UTC Science Read More

Greenland's Massive Ice Melt Wasn't Supposed To Happen Until 2070
Last week, the world received yet another stark reminder of what's yet to come as temperatures at the highest point of the Greenland ice sheet rose above…
Aug 16, 2019 15:43 UTC Science Read More

Biological clock of plants could help gardeners use less weed killer
Gardeners may be able to cut down on the amount of weed killer they use by tackling invaders at specific times of day, such as dawn, a new study suggests.
Aug 16, 2019 15:31 UTC Science Read More

NASA scientist blasts Hinge match who joked she was probably 'the receptionist'
Watch it, buddy. A woman with a Ph.D. in planetary science has called out a man she matched with on the dating app Hinge after the potential suitor joked that…
Aug 16, 2019 15:14 UTC Science Read More

Studying the excitation spectrum of a trapped dipolar supersolid
Supersolids, solid materials with superfluid properties (i.e., in which a substance can flow with zero viscosity), have recently become the focus of numerous…
Aug 16, 2019 13:29 UTC Science Read More

Artificial snow could save world's coasts
They suggest the rising seas could be halted by turning West Antarctica, one of the last undisturbed places on Earth, into an industrial snow complex, complete…
Aug 16, 2019 13:01 UTC Science Read More

Ring-shaped multi-carbon compound cyclocarbon synthesized
A team of researchers from Oxford University and IBM Research has for the first time successfully synthesized the ring-shaped multi-carbon compound…
Aug 16, 2019 12:40 UTC Science Read More

Dead planets 'broadcast' signals after star explodes
Finding dead planets' radio broadcasts can help scientists learn how the sun's death in 5 billion years will affect our solar system.
Aug 16, 2019 12:36 UTC Science Read More

Why Does Jupiter Get Hit By So Many Objects In Space?
It's the largest, most massive planet in the Solar System. But what's the real story behind all the impacts on Jupiter?
Aug 16, 2019 06:00 UTC Science Read More

NASA went to Iceland and pretended it was Mars
The scheduled launch date of NASA's Mars 2020 mission is rapidly approaching, and with less than a year to go, it's truly crunch time for NASA and its partners.
Aug 16, 2019 03:06 UTC Science Read More

Hotly debated carbon ring allotrope reveals its structure
Bonding matters. It explains the difference between diamond and pencil lead (graphite) – both pure carbon – but one has each carbon bonded to another four…
Aug 16, 2019 00:33 UTC Science Read More


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