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NASA catches a Mars avalanche red-handed
See the epic dust cloud kicked up by falling ice on Mars.
Sep 04, 2019 15:52 UTC Science Read More

I am a meteorologist. I used to be a climate crisis skeptic
I've been a meteorologist at CNN since 1999. And for a long time I didn't think that global warming gasses would overwhelm the earth enough to change its…
Sep 04, 2019 15:12 UTC Science Read More

Daring scientists extract ice from Earth's highest tropical glacier
An expedition to drill ice cores from Earth's highest remaining tropical glacier — on Mount Huascarán in Peru — was cut short last month after a protest by local…
Sep 04, 2019 13:32 UTC Science Read More

Mercury's ancient magnetic field likely evolved over time
Mercury's ancient magnetic poles were far from the location of its poles today, implying its magnetic field, like Earth's, changed over time, a new study says.
Sep 04, 2019 13:19 UTC Science Read More

Laser-based ultrasound approach provides new direction for nondestructive testing
Many industrial buildings, including nuclear power plants and chemical plants, rely on ultrasound instruments that continually monitor the structural integrity of…
Sep 04, 2019 12:33 UTC Science Read More

European satellite changed course to avoid SpaceX collision
In the first incident of its kind, a European Space Agency (ESA) satellite was forced to perform an evasive maneuver Monday to avoid hitting a SpaceX…
Sep 04, 2019 12:02 UTC Science Read More

This astronaut raised geese to study their hearts. The birds stole hers.
Bar-headed geese, who migrate over the Himalayas, are some of the planet's highest-flying birds.
Sep 04, 2019 11:03 UTC Science Read More

Meet the 'Giant Elephant Trunks,' Mysterious Cosmic Structures 10 Times Bigger Than the 'Pillars of Creation'
Ursa Major, the Tadpole Galaxy, the Crab Nebula — when it comes to naming objects in space, it sometimes seems like astronomers wish they'd gone into…
Sep 04, 2019 11:00 UTC Science Read More

This Asteroid Was Spotted Changing Colours For The First Time!
Asteroids aren't supposed to leave dusty trails behind them, nor are they supposed to have colour-changing abilities. But Asteroid 6478 is going all the and…
Sep 04, 2019 08:25 UTC Science Read More

Remora-inspired suction disk mimics fish's adhesion ability, offers evolutionary insight
Remora fishes are famed hitchhikers of the marine world, possessing high-powered suction disks on the back of their head for attaching themselves in…
Sep 04, 2019 07:51 UTC Science Read More

Viewing Tips for Peak of Perseid Meteor Shower Tonight
The Perseid meteor shower is upon us. It is the most famous and active meteor shower of the year with up to 80 meteors an hour leaving long trails across the.
Sep 04, 2019 05:43 UTC Science Read More

China lunar rover finds weird 'gel-like' thing on far side of the moon
China has found something bizarre and very strange on the far side of the moon, with its Yutu-2 rover discovering a tiny crater on the moon with material of an…
Sep 04, 2019 00:28 UTC Science Read More

Mass extinction 2 billion years ago reportedly killed 99% of life on Earth
It may have been bigger than the event that wiped out the dinosaurs.
Sep 03, 2019 21:23 UTC Science Read More

Giant Ammonia Storms Are Screwing with Jupiter's Beautiful Brown and White Belts of Color
Powerful storms have erupted on Jupiter, and they're screwing up the planet's beautiful belts of white and brown. The storms, which resemble the anvils of…
Sep 03, 2019 20:30 UTC Science Read More

Snowfall frequency declining across Northwest, study finds
With warming temperatures, average snowfall frequency is estimated to decline across the Pacific Northwest by 2100—and at a faster rate if greenhouse…
Sep 03, 2019 19:57 UTC Science Read More

'Tremendous boom,' 'iridescent' fireball: Upstate NY shares Labor Day meteor tales
NASA confirms a fireball likely caused a sonic boom Monday afternoon.
Sep 03, 2019 17:04 UTC Science Read More

Eminent scientist's 160-year-old theories aid light wave discovery
A previously unknown type of light wave has been discovered by researchers, based on the pioneering work of a 19th century Scottish scientist.
Sep 03, 2019 15:56 UTC Science Read More

Experts: 'Explosion' may have been sonic boom from meteor
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Some central New York residents reported hearing a loud, explosive-like sound that experts say may have been a sonic boom from a…
Sep 03, 2019 15:29 UTC Science Read More

Chinese vase bought for $1 could be worth $100G
Talk about the find of a lifetime. A vase that was purchased for 1 British pound ($1.21) could be worth nearly $100,000 (80,000 British pounds) after it was…
Sep 03, 2019 15:20 UTC Science Read More

Uncertainty Isn't Always a Problem—It Can Be the Solution
Many areas of technology—from pacemakers to space missions—deliberately create controlled amounts of uncertainty to make devices and processes work…
Sep 03, 2019 13:59 UTC Science Read More

A JUICE-y look at Jupiter from Earth
JUICE, a mission set for launch in 2022 to Jupiter and its moons, gets a look at them from Earth.
Sep 03, 2019 12:59 UTC Science Read More

Researchers Have Discovered A New Material That Is Not Found Naturally
Researchers have discovered a new mineral from Wedderburn meteorite that was found almost found almost 70 years ago in a small town in Australia.
Sep 03, 2019 12:43 UTC Science Read More

China's Lunar Rover Just Found Something Weird on the Far Side of the Moon
China's Chang'e-4 lunar rover has discovered an unusually colored, 'gel-like' substance during its exploration activities on the far side of the moon.
Sep 03, 2019 11:57 UTC Science Read More



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