Saturn's rings and tilt could be explained by new research suggesting a missing moon was a factor.
An innovative new passive cooling system could one day replace conventional cooling technologies, offering an alternative that requires only water to function.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… as new images from the James Webb Space Telescope continue to...
In the past few months over a dozen influential Russians have mysteriously died. What the heck is going on?
Lockheed Martin has provided the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) with what they say is the most powerful combat laser ever built.
The Debrief takes a deep dive into the dark world of government secrecy, including everything to know about the system surrounding classified information.
A recently fallen meteorite containing water that is undeniably extraterrestrial has been found for the first time in the U.K.
Loaded with 1.14 million barrels of oil, the FSO Safer is quickly falling apart, and could soon play host to an environmental disaster.
If commercial space travel eventually becomes more widely accessible, there will be significant challenges for individuals looking to buy their ticket to the final frontier.
MOXIE, an experiment by MIT and NASA currently on board the Perseverance rover, aims to help find ways to produce oxygen in Mars' atmosphere.
A team of physicists has proven a 70-yr old quantum theory that says something can be created out of literally nothing
NASA has announced that it has awarded Axiom Space a large contract to aid in the development of the next generation of spacesuits.
In today’s popularity contests, it is important to remember reality is whatever it is, irrespective of how many “likes” it gets on Twitter.We don't get whatever version of reality we desire "on demand."
This week, the Perseverance rover's SHERLOC instrument has made potentially promising discoveries in an ancient delta that may help unravel a Martian mystery.
South Korean researchers have successfully transmitted electricity nearly 100 feet through the air using lasers.
On September 3, 2022, the 79th Venice Film Festival hosted a session titled “Meeting with `Oumuamua” at the Excelsior Hotel in Venice.
Through the Looking-Glass: Odd New Metasurface Material is a “Doorway” to Strange Quantum Phenomenon
The creation of a new metasurface material could improve efforts to harness quantum entanglement in the production of innovative new technologies.
Researchers say their newly developed "Biofinder" tool could help astrobiologists in the search for extraterrestrial life.
Chinese space architects are looking at using a lava tube on the Moon as the location of its future lunar base.
A pair of incredible new images of the Sun are revealing hidden details about its mysterious chromosphere for the first time.
A new study focused on underwater snow on Europa could better inform NASA's Europa Clipper mission in the years ahead.
Researchers at Purdue University say observations of the quantum entanglement of photons in a recent study could point to novel ways of measuring events of incredibly short duration.
Rise of the Stellarators: Fusion Power Could Become a Reality with This Innovative Technology, But There’s a Twist
Scientists could soon be closing in on making sustainable fusion energy a reality, thanks to an innovative new take on an existing technology that could help fusion reactions occur in a more confined space.
Researchers have revealed a system that uses radio frequency (RF) and Wi-Fi signals for Lip-reading when the speaker is wearing a mask.
Getting into the 21st-century space race, New Zealand may become the first country to have a space program that operates as a private company.
This week's Intelligence Brief examines NASA's plans to smash its DART spacecraft into an asteroiod moonlet millions of miles away from Earth later this month.
Scientists from the University of Birmingham say they have discovered a pair of potentially habitable planets outside of our solar system.
Blockchain technology will advance many industries, including healthcare and finance. But there are many myths that make the technology questionable.
Researchers say a new law of physics could help predict the occurrence of genetic mutations, in a remarkable development in the research field known as infodynamics.
A New Survey of U.S. Psychiatrists Suggests that Some Psychoactive Drugs Need to be Reclassified by the DEA
A new survey shows a significant difference between U.S. policies on drugs versus how psychiatrists view their safety, which could eventually lead to a push for new classifications in the years ahead.
Despite their striking appearance, Einstein Crosses aren't evidence of distant alien megastructures. However, they could help solve the lingering mystery of dark energy.
Researchers studying potentially harmful effects on regular cannabis users say they have busted the lazy stoner myth.
NASA's Watts on the Moon Challenge has reached the next level of Phase 2, as seven companies are now moving forward with innovative designs.
NASA’s Artemis mission saw significant setbacks on Saturday, after engineers were unable to resolve a hydrogen leak in an interface connecting the liquid hydrogen fuel feed line with the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket.
Was Einstein Wrong? Dark Energy Study Yields Surprising Discoveries About Nature’s Most Mysterious Forces
A new study on dark energy examines whether our understanding of gravity and its influence throughout the universe is incomplete.
A new augmented reality technology study recently examined how the technology may change the future of printed books and publishing.
In this week's Intelligence Brief, we look at a mysterious object traveling at 8% of the speed of light, the fastest object ever observed by astronomers.
Physicists with the Georgia Institute of Technology say they have demonstrated how the phenomenon of turbulence can be better understood with a bit of help from fluid dynamics.
Images of the "Phantom Galaxy" M74 are among the latest stunning efforts that combine data collected by Webb and Hubble Space Telescopes.
NASA's "Artemis Ascending" is a VR live stream of the Artemis I launch that has the potential to change how viewers tune in to watch events online.
“Cosmics” and “Phantoms”: Ukrainian Independent Study Reveals Observations of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena
Ukrainian researchers say an independent study of unidentified aerial phenomena has produced images of objects that defy simple explanation.
A bombshell investigative report by an international collective of journalists reveals a Russian spy who was able to successfully infiltrate top NATO Command Circles.
New research suggests a process to extract oxygen from the Martian atmosphere using plasma, the fourth state of matter.
Ukraine is set to receive some "Black Hornet" military micro-drones, described as a "spy plane that fits in your hand."