Teeth 'Time Capsule' Reveals That 2 million Years Ago, Early Humans Breastfed For Up To 6 years!
The study of teeth fossils belonging to Australopithecus africanus has yielded a wealth of information regarding the extinct species.
Jul 17, 2019 22:01 UTC Science Read More
Crew Dragon Exploded Back in April Because of a Nitrogen Tetroxide Leak
On Saturday, April 20th, 2019, an explosion took place on SpaceX's Landing Zone 1 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The company was engaged…
Jul 17, 2019 19:36 UTC Science Read More
Falcon 9 preparing for Static Fire test ahead of CRS-18 mission
SpaceX is preparing to launch its eighteenth contracted Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) mission to the International Space Station using its Cargo Dragon…
Jul 16, 2019 14:03 UTC Science Read More
Leonardo da Vinci's laboratory: studies in flow
On the 500th anniversary of the Renaissance icon's death, Martin Kemp looks anew at his innovative experimental models for the motion of water and blood.
Jul 16, 2019 11:00 UTC Science Read More
Hubble Image of the Week A Beautiful Whorl
One of the key galaxy types we see in the Universe is the spiral galaxy, as demonstrated in an especially beautiful way by the subject of this Hubble Picture of…
Jul 16, 2019 00:41 UTC Science Read More
Is This a Real Photo of the Earth from the Moon?
A photograph supposedly showing the Earth from the surface of the moon is frequently shared on social media. In July 2019, for instance, the Facebook page…
Jul 15, 2019 22:14 UTC Science Read More
Scientists Capture First-Ever Image of Quantum Entanglement
For the first time, scientists managed to capture and image with photographic evidence that two photons were linked by quantum entanglement.
Jul 15, 2019 19:34 UTC Science Read More
Here's a First. Astronomers See a Moon Forming Around a Baby Exoplanet
Astronomers have discovered, for the first time, moons forming in the disk of debris around a large exoplanet. Astronomers have suspected for a long time that…
Jul 15, 2019 19:29 UTC Science Read More
Launch of Indian moon lander postponed by 'technical snag'
Indian engineers called off the launch of the Chandrayaan 2 lunar landing mission Sunday after observing a “technical snag” during the final hour of the…
Jul 15, 2019 04:21 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
Unique Bird With Bizarrely Long Toe Found Fossilized in Amber
Researchers have discovered a bird foot from 99 million years ago preserved in amber that had a hyper-elongated third toe. This is the first time such a foot…
Jul 12, 2019 16:19 UTC Science Read More
Japanese Probe Returns to Site of Asteroid Bombing, Takes Pics
On Wednesday, Hayabusa-2, the Japanese space probe that landed on then bombed and asteroid, once more touched down to collect samples and take…
Jul 12, 2019 15:44 UTC Science Read More
ULA delays Atlas 5 launch to August
United Launch Alliance is pushing back its next Atlas 5 launch from Cape Canaveral until no earlier than Aug. 8, allowing time for engineers to ensure an…
Jul 12, 2019 03:57 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
Experts cite benefits, challenges of further space exploration
SAN FRANCISCO – The United States has the advanced technology and capable workforce it needs for further space exploration. However, it lacks the focus…
Jul 10, 2019 00:28 UTC Science Read More
Stanford Study Shows Realigned Wind Turbines Can Boost Output Of Wind Farms
July 9th, 2019 by Steve Hanley. People who follow auto racing or sailing know about aerodynamics and wind turbulence. Race cars leave eddies of disturbed…
Jul 09, 2019 20:46 UTC Science Read More
Commercial satellite images historic Apollo launch pads
Maxar's eagle-eyed WorldView 3 satellite captured high-resolution views Monday of NASA's twin Apollo-era launch pads at the Kennedy Space Center in…
Jul 09, 2019 14:28 UTC Science Read More
New “Chameleon Theory” Could Explain Dark Energy, How Galaxies Formed
Einstein's gravity-explaining theory of general relativity may not tell the complete story of how galaxies and black holes formed throughout the universe.
Jul 09, 2019 13:26 UTC Science Read More
Scientists decode DNA secrets of world's toughest bean
UC Riverside scientists have decoded the genome of black-eyed peas, offering hope for feeding Earth's expanding population, especially as the climate…
Jul 09, 2019 11:13 UTC Science Read More
In Photos: Soyuz Rocket Launches Russia's Meteor M2-2 Weather Satellite on Rideshare Mission
A Russian Soyuz rocket launched the new Meteor M2-2 weather satellite along with 32 other small satellites from the Vostochny Cosmodrome in Russia on July…
Jul 09, 2019 10:59 UTC Science Read More
'Gamer Girl' Belle Delphine is Selling Her Used Bath Water
'Gamer Girl' Belle Delphine, a 19 year old Instagram model with a sizable social media following and nearly 4000 Patreon patrons, is selling her used bath…
Jul 06, 2019 04:57 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
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
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