National Security journalist Tom Rogan weighs in on whether China is developing its own space force. Is another "Space Race" looming?
Perseverance arrived on Mars with a "family portrait," continuing a long NASA tradition of sending images to space detailing life on Earth.
Technology that helps save the lives of fighter pilots may one day eliminate the need for the pilots it was designed to protect.
UK Fireball: A historic meteor lit up the United Kingdom’s skies on Sunday at 9:56 PM (local time). The American Meteor...
Nevada is proposing legislation that would allow major technology companies to effectively form independent techno-governments.
A team of UC Davis researchers are hoping to develop a variety of improved solar panels that can still generate heat even in the absence of sunlight.
The Next Ion Medical Machine Study uses CERN particle accelerator technology to build next gen ion accelerators to treat cancerous tumors.
A new study looks at ancient tree ring data for answers about the mystery of magnetic pole reversal, and how it affects the environment.
We jump into the future of food. Traditional farming may not be sustainable as the world population continues to increase. The big question; how do we feed ourselves?
Meet the scientist who will examine Martian samples for signs of possible life.
A recent study at Stonehenge is helping us understand why acoustic archaeologists think that some ancient monuments were designed with sound in mind.
A new study says that rabies virus could mutate into an "apocalyptic" disease that turns humans into hyper-aggressive "zombies."
The cybersecurity firm Red Canary reports finding a mysterious and previously undetected macOS malware, dubbed "Silver Sparrow," lurking on nearly 30,000 Macs worldwide.
An international study of 36 participants from four different countries (United States, Germany, France, and the Netherlands) discovered a new communication method when someone is sleeping; “interactive dreaming.” Through “interactive dreaming,” those asleep, but aware of their dreams, were able to...
A host of brand new defense technologies will be on display at this years International Defense Conference and Expo in Abu Dhabi.
Scientists with Fermilab recently announced the successful measurement of quantum spacetime at the smallest imaginable scale in known physics.
The UK has just announced the spending of £800 million over five years on ARIA, a "high risk" science agency designed to take "great leaps into the unknown."
Nothing burned "Mars mania" into our pop culture like Orson Welles and his live radio broadcast of H.G. Wells' "The War of the Worlds."
NASA's Perseverance rover will collect and store soil samples that could contain fossils and evidence of alien life, and NASA is ready.
On this episode of The Official Debrief Podcast, distinguished Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb shares his hypothesis that Oumuamua is an alien artifact.
The Debrief was given the chance to sit down with NASA’s Jaakko Karras, the roboticist who built the Mars Helicopter Ingenuity.
After boring more than a mile into Antarctic ice, scientists have discovered a mineral rare on Earth that is commonly found on Mars.
On this episode of the The Official Debrief Podcast, we are all about food!
Researchers with the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) made an unexpected and shocking discovery, finding several strange and potentially unknown marine life species living deep beneath the Antarctic ice.
Boeing's Starliner is a reusable capsule designed to be used to transport crew to the ISS. The first mission didn't go as planned but with the help of Space Ex, the Starliner has a new lease on life!
U.S. Army Research Labs say they are on their way to developing quantum electronic warfare, rendering adversaries EW systems obsolete.
A new study hypothesizes that one of the best ways to find evidence of possible alien technology on exoplanets is to look for their pollution.
The U.S. Army recently announced the latest version of their iconic helicopter gunship, the AH-64E Apache V6, has entered service. Purpose-built to defeat enemy armor, personal, and reconnaissance, the AH-64 Apache has been one of the world’s most fearsome attack...
DARPA's new UUV, Manta Ray, could end up having an immense impact on all sectors of the naval and maritime industry.
The Debrief interviewed the most famous science fiction icons, William Shatner, and his belief that there is life on Mars and that we are not alone.
Tom Rogan is a prolific analysis writer for the Washington Examiner. He has a passion for bringing UFO & UAP investigations to mainstream media with an expertise in foreign policy, national security, and intelligence.
Everything went right on Tuesday, February 9th, as the UAE joined a small list of nations with its Hope Probe by entering Mars' orbit.
Recently published research suggests Tom Hanks announcing his COVID 19 diagnosis last spring likely had a major influence on the public.
Krissy Eliot (AKA The Hot Alien) joins the The Official Debrief Podcast Weekly Recap to discuss cybernetic spinach that hunts for explosives, cephalopods, the singularity and psychedelics in our new segment—The Zeitgeist—Hot News from Around the Universe!
By showing AI can predict with 90% certainty who will die from COVID-19, researchers hope the info can be used for issuing vaccines.
In 1977, a radio astronomer in Ohio detected a signal so strange that he couldn't help but scribble one word next to the data; "Wow!"
Inspired by Kombucha tea, "Syn-SCOBY" is a living material capable of detecting and defending itself from treats in its environment.
NASA's Artemis lunar base camp will house astronauts, rovers, and scientific equipment on the Moon's southern pole.
Lockheed-Martin is developing a replacement for the long-retired SR-71 called the SR-72. With a host of upgrades, this plane is still a big mystery.
Today on The Debrief Official Podcast, Co founder and Editor in Chief of ‘The Debrief’ shares years of experience investigating...
Earth's orbit is starting to get congested with satellites and space junk. Is time to start calling for preventative measures?