James Webb Space Telescope Has Detected Something Enormous Hiding in One of the Farthest Known Galaxies
Astronomers have made a massive discovery in one of the most distant known galaxies with help from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.
The ESA's ERS-2 satellite was captured in striking images during the spacecraft’s reentry into Earth’s atmosphere last month.
The fastest known large-scale ice shelf breakage in Antarctica has been observed by researchers, according to new findings.
The James Webb Space Telescope has revealed new data that reveals why some stars are unable to possess giant planets.
In Antarctica, These Mysterious Formations of Ice Are Vanishing. Half a Century of Satellite Images May Help Explain Why.
These odd looking humps in Antarctica are vanishing, and scientists are using half a century of satellite imagery to try and explain why.
Scientists may have explained the origin of organic materials on Mars that could shed light on whether life once existed on the planet.
Groundbreaking research on COVID-19's long-term effects, prove "brain fog" is real and can affect cognitive functions for over a year.
AI Superintelligence Alert: Expert Warns of Uncontrollable Risks, Calling It a Potential ‘An Existential Catastrophe’
AI safety expert highlights the uncontrollable risks of AI superintelligence, warning it poses an existential threat.
A pair of new isotopes have reportedly been created, an achievement could yield promising new insights into the mysteries of atomic nuclei.
A new study into the enigmatic Vittrup Man reveals new clues about his origins and the harsh way of life that led to his death millennia ago.
This Massive Solar Farm, One of the Largest Projects in DoD History, Is Changing How We Look at Solar Energy
The massive Edwards Sanborn Solar and Energy Storage facility went online this month following announcements that the project had reached substantial completion.
Earth Can Be Used as a Guinea Pig to Search for Extraterrestrial Life with This New Telescope, Astronomers Say
Researchers have just published a study that could advance our ability to detect extraterrestrial life, and Earth served as the guinea pig.
Improving mindfulness can potentially help mitigate stress and burnout, according to the findings of a new study that looked at how anxiety and overload can be prevented in the digital workspace.
Physicists are one step closer to the measurement of gravity at the quantum level, findings that may broaden our understanding of some of the most mysterious forces at work in our universe.
The Wyss Synapsuit Exosuit uses artificial intelligence to decode brain signals into actual movement for users.
A Monstrous Reptile Rumored to be Largest of Its Kind on Earth Has Been Discovered in the Amazon Rainforest
A massive new species of anaconda that could potentially be the largest currently in existence has been uncovered in the Amazon rainforests of Ecuador, according to a newly published study.
Dormant for Thousands of Years, These Organisms Are Suddenly Waking Up. Now Scientists Are Concerned.
Researchers have found that as global temperatures steadily rise, tiny organisms long dormant are now coming alive.
The Moon will eventually return to Earth, but humans won't be around long enough to see it.
A contentious restoration of the Menkaure Pyramid at Giza has been canceled according to Egyptian authorities.
A high-altitude balloon is being tracked over the Western United States, according to officials who spoke on Friday with knowledge of the matter.
A new phase of matter previously recognized only in theory has been created by researchers using a quantum processor.
Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute are closing in on a universal snake antivenom that could prevent over 100,000 deaths a year.
Neanderthals in Europe were using a glue-like adhesive around 40,000 years ago, new research reveals.
Ancient Discoveries in South American Cave Revealed to be Thousands of Years Older Than Experts Thought
Research into the emergence of rock art in Patagonia has revealed that imagery depicted at the Cueva Huenul 1 cave is thousands of years older than archaeologists previously estimated.
Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus Probe to Attempt Historic First Private Moon Landing Today: Here’s What to Know
Today's Odysseus moon landing marks a historic partnership between NASA and private industry to revive lunar exploration.
An international team of researchers have invented to world's first water batteries that could soon replace lithium-ion batteries.
Unlocking the Power of Anthropomorphism: How Products with Human-Like Traits Could Shape Your Next Purchase
New research suggests anthropomorphism and products with human-like traits could revolutionize consumer behavior.
A recent study says climate change may be accelerating the degradation of solar panels, causing them to break down faster.
AI propaganda generated by popular large language models is remarkably persuasive, according to new findings that compared AI-generated content to real propaganda produced by countries like Russia and Iran.
DARPA's BLUE program seeks sustainable solutions for ocean deployments by harnessing the potential of microscopic marine organisms.
Scientists Can See Around Obstacles With This Reality Hack that Turns Ordinary Surfaces Into Mirrors
A pair of scientists say they have developed a potentially revolutionary technique that lets them see around obstacles.
A nearly 5,000-year-old ancient megalithic site discovered in the Peruvian Andes is older than the Pyramids of Egypt.
U.S. Navy to Equip Game-Changing Underwater Sensor System That Mimics Biology to Detect and Track Anomalies
A sophisticated new underwater sensor system aims to replicate the abilities of one of nature’s most formidable aquatic mammals.
Naval Research Laboratory Leverages Exotic Properties of 2D Waveguides to Capture the Light of Dark Excitons
The milestone discovery of waveguides based on 2D materials with “exotic” properties has been achieved by the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.
DARPA's newly announced REMA program hopes to turn ordinary commercial and military drones into autonomous killing machines.
New Photonic Computer Chip Performs Calculations at ‘Light Speed’ Using Light Waves Instead of Electricity
Insane new photonic computer chip can perform calculations at light speed by replacing electricity with light waves.
Mission to Investigate Potentially Hazardous Objects in Orbit Lifts Off Aboard Rocket Lab Electron Rocket
Aerospace company Rocket Lab has successfully deployed a satellite on a mission to inspect space junk for potential removal from orbit.
In Antarctica, Dark Matter Mystery Comes into Focus as South Pole Telescope Extends Our View of the Cosmos
An upgraded camera system on Antarctica's South Pole Telescope could offer astronomers clues to a longstanding cosmic mystery.
Scientists have discovered that engaging in this particular human sense can trigger positive memories to help battle feelings of depression.
“Shooting Down Souls… Good Luck with That”: Some Paradoxical Thoughts on the UFO Phenomenon from a Historian of Religions
Historian of religions Jeffrey Kripal, Ph.D., looks at a few of the paradoxes that arise in the study of the UFO phenomenon.
Revolutionary AI Tool, “Deep-DRAM,” Opens Door to Discovering Unprecedented Metamaterials with “Unusual Properties”
Deep-DRAM, an groundbreaking AI tool allows for the crafting of durable, customizable metamaterials with unprecedented functions.
James Webb Space Telescope Has Discovered an Enormous Remnant of the Early Universe That Astronomers Say Shouldn’t Exist
The James Webb Space Telescope has made an 11-billion-year-old discovery more massive than the Milky Way, and it shouldn't exist.
NASA has embarked on the Electrostatic Regolith Interaction Experiment (ERIE) to combat the hazards posed by lunar dust.
The U.S. Government has launched a program that will attempt to leverage psychology in defending against future cyber attacks.
Recent satellite images are offering a glimpse of the latest eruption in Iceland, along with other unique insights into the ongoing volcanic activity.
The U.S. Space Force is set to take command of a new fleet of satellites that will provide real-time monitoring of ground targets around the globe, offering unprecedented surveillance capabilities.
A team of materials scientists say they have designed a novel optical NME metamaterial that could be used to build true one-way glass.
A Breakthrough in the Control of Quantum Phenomena at Room Temperature Has Been Achieved, Researchers Say
The control of quantum phenomena at room temperature has been achieved, according to the findings of a pioneering new study.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, here are several of the most striking natural heart-shaped formations found anywhere in nature.
The U.S. Space Force is Celebrating Valentine’s Day by Launching a Mysterious Classified Mission into Orbit
The U.S. Space Force is celebrating Valentine's Day by launching a classified national security mission from Cape Canaveral.