As NASA gears up for its Artemis mission, we look at what NASA plans to accomplish during its first test flight with its SLS rocket and the Orion capsule.
A new surgical robot called MIRA could be implemented on the ISS in the near future, making remote surgery a possibility.
A team of Chinese scientists claim they've developed a new "anti-stealth" radar system that can be covertly set up virtually anywhere.
Hidden Beyond the Edge of a Black Hole, a Curious Ring of Light Has Been Detected in a Supergiant Galaxy
Astrophysicists have revealed a once-hidden ring of light in “remastered” versions of the historic first images of a black hole.
Colossal Biosciences has announced its new effort to ressurrect the Thylacine using innovative de-extinction technologies.
Canadian UFO researcher Chris Rutkowski says his UFO journey began when he intercepted a call to his univerity's astronomy department.
Astronomer Avi Loeb looks at the nature of scientific knowledge, as he discusses dark matter, the universe, and life on other worlds.
For the first time, scientists have confirmed a major breakthrough in nuclear fusion involving the first successful instance of ignition.
A recent study has found patterns in how meteorites fall to Earth, offering new details on what parts of these space objects survive reentry.
The recent fossil discovery of a domesticated horse tooth is expanding our knowledge of the history of the early Americas.
Avi Loeb shares his insights on the first Galileo Project conference and the scientific search for the relics left behind by extraterrestrial intelligence.
A new physics theory proposes novel solutions to a longstanding mystery, which philosophers call the hard problem of consciousness.
A new study from University College London looked at how a smartphone could improve memory as a way to store extra information.
For decades, scientists have been aware of the existence of a rare and mysterious form of lightning known as superbolts.
China recently launched its new top-secret spaceplane, which is believed to look awkwardly similar to the U.S.'s X-37B spaceplane.
New research reveals more about the atmospheric conditions needed to find liquid water, which may help in the search for extraterrestrial life.
This week we examine what atomic clocks are revealing about changes to the length of days on Earth, and why it has some scientists worried.
A monstrous new variety of deep-sea isopod has been discovered deep below the waters of the southern Gulf of Mexico, according to new research published by an international team.
Researchers trying to explain cosmic expansion say they have found an elegant and simple solution: the existence of a mirror universe.
Japanese researchers say they have spotted a “super-earth” exoplanet orbiting within the star's habitable zone a mere 37 light years away.
In the Hunt for Technosignatures, Researchers Now Say to Add Searches For Urban Lights on Alien Worlds
In the search for intelligent alien life, a research team now suggests looking for technosignatures that include urban lights on distant worlds.
Research out of Canada has found beer waste can be used to make quantum dots, devices used in medicine, electronics, and other applications.
From guns to lightsabers, lasers have been powerful forces in the world of science fiction. But in reality, lasers have...
In accusing the Ukrainian military of unnecessarily placing civilians in harm, Amnesty International showed off remarkable unfamiliarity with military operations.
If anomalous, non-terrestrial artifacts exist in space, using the best tools at our disposal through "interstellar archaeology" may find them.
Scientists say they have solved a long-standing mystery why lightning strikes over land are more frequent and often stronger than over sea.
Russia's withdrawal from the ISS could cause a lot of future problems, and hints at trends toward private space stations.
The Expedition 67 crew is currently working with free-flying robots aboard the ISS in its efforts to improve future science missions in orbit.
The James Webb Space Telescope managed to capture images of the most distant star in the universe... this week, we take a look at that star, and the origins of its unique name.
For the first time, scientists have mapped the dark matter around distant galaxies in a cosmological analysis that studies high redshift galaxies, according to new research.
A recent discovery in the field of quantum physics by researchers at Purdue University has opened the doorway to a whole new way of looking at our physical reality.
Currently, the U.S. military is testing an ultra-endurance stratospheric drone capable of flying continuously for months without refueling and at...
Employing holograms and an odd phenomenon in physics used in color photography, an MIT team has produced an all-new color printing technique.
With the help of virtual reality (VR) technologies, Pfizer is creating a "virtual factory" that will harness digital twin technology.
A search is said to be underway for the Russian soldier seen torturing and castrating a Ukrainian prisoner of war...
Physicists have created a newly seen phase of matter with two possible time dimensions by beaming a laser pulse into a quantum computer.
New research addressing how people cope with unwanted thoughts has revealed new strategies that may help us control the way we think.
NASA has outlined its latest plans for its ambitious Mars Sample Return Program, now expected to deliver samples collected by the Perseverance rover back to Earth by 2033.
The world's longest submarine recently entered the shadowy fleet of Russia's "other," highly-secretive navy.
Researchers in the past have been more than willing to do strange things in the name of science, often with very questionable results.
A new hackathon has been announced in collaboration between the USSF and USAF as part of the BRAVO series of collaborative events.
New fossil evidence is changing what we thought we knew about plesiosaurs... and here's why it has some people talking about Loch Ness.
Researchers with DeepMind have succeeded in teaching an AI system fundamental ideas in physics using videos of optical illusions.
If any civilizations out there use dark matter or dark energy to fuel their spacecraft, they may be harder to detect than we might assume.
Recently, speculation has been rife that either China or the U.S. may have aspirations to attempt a moon take-over.
Astronomers have long reported sightings of mysterious flashes of light from within the Aristarchus crater, and new data could help scientists understand their source.
A magnetic material seems to freeze and become stronger at warmer temperatures. Physicists believe they may understand why.