NASA Recruiting Astronauts for Artemis Missions to the Moon and Mars
NASA is hiring a selection of astronauts for its Artemis missions that aim to set up a station on the moon and send people to Mars. According to Brandi Dean, a spokesperson for NASA, "It's the best job, on or off the planet."
Mystery of Asteroid Pallas Dubbed 'Golf Ball Asteroid' Explained
Scientists revealed images of the asteroid Pallas which was initially discovered in 1802, the holey surface of the asteroid has earned it a new name, and is now known as the "Golf Ball Asteroid."
Are Aliens Real? Radio Signals From Space With Intelligent Patterns Detected
Mysterious signals are coming from space called fast radio bursts. It has been going on a while and astronomers are puzzled where it is coming from. Does it mean that we are not alone after all?
Yellowstone Volcano Eruption Theories Surface Following 41 Nearby Seismic Activities
With the end of the world theories continuing to spread, yet another one adds to the list as 41 seismic earthquakes were observed around Yellowstone National Park, which may lead to the eruption of the Yellowstone super volcano.
Over 7,000 Tourists Quarantined in Japan and HongKong Cruise Liners for Coronavirus
While the Diamond Princess is still anchored in Japan, the World Dream is also not leaving Hong Kong's shores anytime soon due to both liners having passengers who tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus.
Rosetta Mission: Scientists Explain Comet 67P Color Shifts, Aliens Not Involved
During its two year adventure in space, comet 67P exhibited chameleon-like behaviors, changing colors as it orbits the sun.
NASA Earth Simuliation Shows Drained Oceans Revealing Underwater Landscape
A simulation of earth drained in water reveals three-fifths of earth's surface lie underneath.
End of the World: NASA Preps for Possible Asteroid Hit on Earth
NASA is alledgely preparing for a doomsday event with the use of supercomputers and simulations.
Scientists Ask: How Can Liquid Organelles In Cells Coexist Without Merging?
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- New research may help to explain an intriguing phenomenon inside human cells: how wall-less liquid organelles are able to coexist as separate entities instead of just merging together.
Cost Overview Of A Tankless Gas Water Heater
Purchasing a new tankless gas water heater is an important decision that requires planning and analysis. The cost of a tankless gas water heater can vary drastically based on several factors:
NASA Gives Typhoon Lekima a Twice-Over with the Aqua Satellite
NASA's Aqua satellite provided infrared and visible views of Typhoon Lekima as it was approaching landfall in China. China has posted Typhoon and Heavy Rain Warnings for Lekima.
Correcting Historic Sea Surface Temperature Measurements
Something odd happened in the oceans in the early 20th century. The North Atlantic and Northeast Pacific appeared to warm twice as much as the global average while the Northwest Pacific cooled over several decades.
Climate Warming Could Increase Malaria Risk in Cooler Regions
Malaria parasites develop faster in mosquitoes at lower temperatures than previously thought, according to researchers at Penn State and the University of Exeter. The findings suggest that even slight climate warming could increase malaria risk to hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of people including travelers in areas that are currently too cold for malaria parasites to complete their development.
Fresh Look at Mysterious Nasca Lines in Peru
A scientific approach has been used to re-identify huge birds etched into the desert plains of southern Peru around 2,000 years ago. The birds appear to be exotic to the region and further studies could help explain their significance. The study is published in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports.
Gemini Planet Imager Analyzes 300 Stars
Over the past four years, an instrument attached to a telescope in the Chilean Andes - known as the Gemini Planet Imager - has set its gaze on 531 stars in search of new planets. The team, led by Stanford University, is now releasing initial findings from the first half of the survey, published June 12 in The Astronomical Journal.