The 5,000-year-old structures have baffled historians for centuries. However, it looks like one piece of the puzzle might have come together.
For the last 60 years, humans have been sending all sorts of spacecraft to the Red Planet — here’s a rundown.
It was the most difficult launch the company has ever undertaken.
Poor posture may be causing people to grow a short protuberance from the back of the skull.
Yet another testament to how smart and socially advanced dolphins are.
Interstellar travel requires some impossible physics.
It seems there was a connection between tides and earthquakes after all.
Bacteria causing gingivitis can migrate from the gums to the brain, causing Alzheimer’s disease.
Comets seem to release molecular oxygen all the time — and some scientists have recreated the process on Earth.
Each coral species has a distinct microbial population, researchers found.
Since March 10, 2006, NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has been continuously looping the Red Planet, collecting daily science about the its surface and atmosphere. On May 15, over 13 years after its first trip around, the MRO made its 60,000th orbit. On average, it takes just 112 minutes for the satellite to round the entire planet — that’s two
The Mars InSight lander has sensed a quake within the planet.
The king of the seas has something to be afraid of.
Researchers had hoped that at least 300 of them would be the size of our home planet. Well, they found one.
Honestly, it’s like SpaceX is showing off.
Are humans well-suited for space flight?
The Air Force had to use the same launch pad, the company announced.
A well-known asteroid is spectacularly disintegrating before astronomers’ eyes.
There’s still no word on how many people believe horse-riders are centaurs.
It’s time to take to the skies — on Mars.