If theories are correct, this could be a huge discovery
After years of unwarranted hype and dubious experimental claims, the EmDrive received its first peer-reviewed paper.
This discovery could bring us a step closer to understanding how galaxies form
New research suggests an environment too dry beyond simple water vapor to exist.
The largest object in the asteroid belt is a crash course in weird dwarf planet behaviors.
Hunting for ET now involves Dyson spheres, infrared signals, and laser communications. It’s definitely not your father’s method for locating cosmic intelligence
Most advanced geostationary weather satellite is ready to launch
What FRBs can teach us about the universe
The same sort of cataclysmic impact that wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago could have provided a refuge for life early in Earth’s history, when space rocks regularly pummeled the planet.
That’s the finding of a group of researchers who’ve just completed the first scientific analysis of rock cores collected from the central part of the Chicxulub impact crater off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
This spring, an international team used an offshore drill
This distant star is much different from others
This valley may have been formed in a very Earth-like way
Trailer shows what the women go through to achieve the impossible
Pluto may be the latest place in the solar system to show evidence of liquid water.
The team’s Kickstarter campaign could contribute to a historic effort
These craters be a key ingredient in Martian life
How engineers are investigating from 34 million miles away
Mary Adela Blagg was a talented astronomer in two fields, but her work has been forgotten.