Gluttony? Tsk tsk tsk.
Kind of puts things into perspective, doesn’t it?
Space — the prettiest frontier.
All babies are adorable, right?
Weighing without using a scale.
An incredibly fruitful mission sheds new secrets about the Milky Way.
The findings might help piece together the evolution of the universe.
If you happened to be alive 70,000 years ago, you’d be in for quite a show.
Giving “family dinner” a whole new meaning.
Turns out, planet farts are just like ours, but with chlorine!
It sounds like the plot of a bad movie — but it’s just science.
If there’s one thing that black holes do extremely well, it’s drawing things to them and destroying them.
Seeing is believing.
The European Space Agency’s Planck satellite has revealed some information which may force us to rethink the evolution of the early Universe.
This space snow could help scientists better understand planet formation and evolution.
This disposable battery runs on bacteria and folds like an origami ninja star. Sold!
NASA astronauts have discovered a lonely planetary-like mass floating on its own, without a solar system. Imagine a galaxy, riddled with countless solar systems. Then zoom in slowly on a solar system – how do you picture it? There’s probably a star at the center, and several planets around it. That’s generally where we feel planets should be, rotating around
A spectacular image captured by the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) gives us a glimpse into how the Sun will look at its death.
Many ancient civilizations made astronomical notes, but according to researchers, this is the earliest historical document of naked eye observations on a variable star – Algol. Variable stars are stars with a varying brightness (as seen from Earth), and they probably held a special place in Egyptian astronomy – they made careful notes on these stars. Now, more than three