China Launches 5 New Earth Observation Satellites into Orbit (Video)
A Chinese Long March 11 rocket successfully launched five new remote-sensing satellites today (Sept. 19).
Sep 19, 2019 18:18 UTC Science Read More
Physicists discover topological behavior of electrons in 3-D magnetic material
An international team of researchers led by scientists at Princeton University has found that a magnetic material at room temperature enables electrons to…
Sep 19, 2019 18:00 UTC Science Read More
Bridge between quantum mechanics and general relativity still possible
Quantum mechanics and the general theory of relativity form the bedrock of the current understanding of physics—yet the two theories don't seem to work…
Sep 19, 2019 17:59 UTC Science Read More
Plasma flow near sun's surface explains sunspots, other solar phenomena
For 400 years people have tracked sunspots, the dark patches that appear for weeks at a time on the sun's surface. They have observed but been unable to…
Sep 19, 2019 13:57 UTC Science Read More
Russian Cosmonauts to Carry Weapons to Fight Animals
Back in 1965, a botched Russian mission to space called Voskhod landed 386 km (240 miles) away from its intended destination. As a result, the two-man crew,…
Sep 19, 2019 13:03 UTC Science Read More
Researchers identify new target regulating mitochondria during stress
Like an emergency response team that is called into action to save lives, stress response proteins in the heart are activated during a heart attack to help prevent…
Sep 19, 2019 08:59 UTC Science Read More
International Space Station Visible Tonight Over Western Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A bright object will be visible in the Western Pennsylvania sky tonight. Wednesday evening's clear skies will provide an opportunity to…
Sep 18, 2019 22:17 UTC Science Read More
Rare 10-million-year-old fossil unearths new view of human evolution
A 10-million-year-old fossilized ape has given scientists new insights into human evolution.
Sep 18, 2019 19:54 UTC Science Read More
Arctic shock: Polar explorers stunned by underwater discovery 'Surprised the professors'
ARCTIC explorers from Poland were floored after sending probes into the icy waters of the polar circle, claiming even the professors could not believe what they…
Sep 18, 2019 19:35 UTC Science Read More
Scientists came up with a reasonable plan to build an elevator to the Moon
It's not quite a “Stairway to Heaven,” but scientists have come up with what appears to be a perfectly feasible plan to build an elevator to the Moon. Or, more…
Sep 18, 2019 17:43 UTC Science Read More
Laser prototype for space-based gravitational wave detector
Researchers have announced a prototype for a laser at the heart of the first space-based gravitational wave observatory, known as the Laser Interferometer…
Sep 18, 2019 16:39 UTC Science Read More
Mars orbiter captures crazy photo of planet's North Pole
The Mars we often seen in photos from rovers and orbiters is dry, dusty and barren, but there are parts of the planet that, when viewed separately, could trick...
Sep 18, 2019 16:01 UTC Science Read More
Something is killing galaxies, and scientists are on the case
In the most extreme regions of the universe, galaxies are being killed. Their star formation is being shut down and astronomers want to know why. The first ever…
Sep 18, 2019 15:23 UTC Science Read More
49 years of environmental victories, in photos
On the first Earth Day in 1970, an estimated 20 million people across the United States took to the streets on behalf of the environment. Spurred by the…
Sep 18, 2019 14:22 UTC Science Read More
Artificial Intelligence Proves 30% More Accurate Than Humans at Analyzing Dark Matter
A team of physicists and computer scientists at ETH Zurich has developed a new approach to the problem of dark matter and dark energy in the universe.
Sep 18, 2019 14:15 UTC Science Read More
A Huge Experiment Has 'Weighed' the Tiny Neutrino, a Particle That Passes Right Through Matter
An experiment nearly two decades in the making has finally unveiled its measurements of the mass of the universe's most abundant matter particle: the neutrino.
Sep 18, 2019 14:14 UTC Science Read More
Bigger cities boost 'social crimes'
As cities grow in size, crime grows even faster. But while certain types of crime—car theft and robbery, for example—exponentially outpace the population, other…
Sep 18, 2019 13:27 UTC Science Read More
Missing Link Between Simple Cells and Complex Life-Forms Possibly Found
Cells with nuclei bear certain similarities to simple archaeal cells, which may help clear up their fuzzy evolutionary past.
Sep 18, 2019 12:01 UTC Science Read More
US Space Module Genesis II Might Crash into Relict Russian Satellite
The space habitat development company Bigelow Aerospace tweeted on Tuesday that two inoperative satellites, the US's Genesis II and Russia's Soviet-era…
Sep 18, 2019 09:53 UTC Science Read More
Researchers develop thermo-responsive protein hydrogel
Imagine a perfectly biocompatible, protein-based drug delivery system durable enough to survive in the body for more than two weeks and capable of providing…
Sep 18, 2019 06:46 UTC Science Read More
NASA’s new launch pad can shoot out 1,000,000 gallons of water a minute
Whenever there's a high-profile NASA mission on the horizon you can expect to hear about the various tests leading up to an eventual launch. Firing huge rocket…
Sep 18, 2019 03:07 UTC Science Read More
What astronomers hope to learn from a newfound interstellar comet
Astronomers have now spotted a second mysterious, likely interstellar object on a path through our solar system. Why it matters: These interlopers — the first of…
Sep 17, 2019 22:59 UTC Science Read More
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