WASP-103b bucks the trend when it comes to planet shape.
A space nerd and self-described grammar freak (all his Twitter posts are complete sentences), he loves learning about the unknown and figures that if he isn’t smart enough to send satellites to space, he can at least write about it. Twitter: @JordanS1981
Could we find microbial life on Venus after all?
The sturdy Parker Probe has returned some really useful data after reaching the Sun's atmosphere.
Like a dragon, a distant star belched a stream of flaming hot gas of a planetary scale.
PING could change the lives of those living with epilepsy. (Image: Pixabay) Epilepsy is an odd beast. It can affect...
Solar wind may have primed comets and asteroids to release their water, researchers found.
TRUTHS measurements will allow changes in Earth’s climate to be detected faster
... and honestly, we like this report.
The carrot may be better than the stick when rallying support for policies that tackle climate change.
Just months after completing its first human space flight, Blue Origin has announced plans to build and operate a new...
Heart disease is one of the largest killers in the United States. (Photo: Pixabay) Let’s face it, Americans have never...
Credit: Pixabay. Thanks to some Austrian salt mines, scientists have been able to learn more about Iron Age diets. Some...
The signals don't match any known source. It could be an entirely new cosmic object.
The magnetic connection of the stars and unseen orbiting planets tipped off the astronomers.
This could be a game changer for space travel.
Hall thrusters could be the future of deep space exploration. (Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech) Well, at least this much is clear: NASA’s...
VIPER will look for water ice on the Moon, helping to establish a human presence in the future.
Four amateur astronauts became the first all-civilian crew to reach orbital space.
The toll of the World Trade Center attacks echoes to this day.
The huge "dog-boned" asteroid hurling through the solar system has now been imaged in unprecedented detail.
Hubble does not disappoint.
Peptides causing migraines also affect insulin production, according to a new study.
Although they're much larger and hotter than Earth, these Hycean worlds may have oceans that could host microbial life.
A fluid dynamics model explains what happens to potentially harmful particles during handwashing.
A new review of eight existing studies published in the journal Environmental Research Letters has found that livestock farms and...
Plastic debris tends to accumulate in garbage patches.
The sky crane touchdown system was a huge wager for NASA that paid off.
In a while, crocodile -- said the dinosaur. Because they were living in the same era.
Mothballed on NASA's shelves were the plans to view stars 13 billion years in the past. Now, a group of...
The poor stay poorer.
Geologists mimicked conditions in soil from Mars and found growing plants could prove difficult.
The Mars Sample Return mission is an effort to bring samples of Martian rocks and soil back to Earth, where...
This suggests that the planet's interior is still churning away.
It could be a momentous breakthrough for a country without space exploration history.
Shorter wash cycles and cold water can reduce the amount of microfibers that end up in the ocean by 30%.
The halo surrounding the Milky Way may be much hotter than originally thought.
Deep-water probes now record fewer decibels of noise as the coronavirus has put a halt on maritime traffic.
The story of the most prolific space telescope in history.
A citizen science project that aims to help the world's corals.
It's good news for sufferers of epilepsy -- though novel treatments are still a while away.
It was so big it punched a hole in space the size of 15 Milky Ways.
A major breakthrough could be coming to rocket engines.