Avi Loeb's recent essay challenges scientists to expand their search for extraterrestrial life beyond signals to also look for alien probes.
The Hubble Space Telescope is helping astronomers study the remains of a star that exploded nearly 1700 years ago.
In one of his final acts as president, Trump signs an executive order aimed at addressing threats posed by unmanned aircraft systems.
After more than 70 years of avoidance, the Biden administration may find itself in a position of being unable to avoid the UFO taboo.
The Air Force recently announced the production of a second B-21 Raider, and revealed first flight for the stealth bomber should come in 2022.
Last week, NASA announced that 2020 was the hottest year on record beating 2016 by one-tenth of a degree Celsius.
New research claims facial recognition software can reasonably predict a person's political affiliation based solely on facial features.
Researchers developed brain implants and AI-controlled limbs that allowed a quadriplegic man to feed himself using his thoughts.
On January 13, 2021, a former senior NASA scientist pled guilty in Manhattan federal court for making false statements about their involvement with China’s Thousand Talents Program. A program U.S. authorities say amounts to a spy ring, seeking to steal...
DARPA is developing night-vision technology that uses a single lens making a set of goggles no bigger than a pair of glasses.
A Debrief investigation and new unredacted documents shows the odd history of a secretive government program into UFOs and the paranormal.
Unbeknownst to them, a secretive technology that might have been in use could spell bad news for pro-Trump extremists who stormed the U.S. Capitol Building. On Wednesday, January 6th, hordes of pro-Trump extremists stormed the U.S. Capitol, sending elected representatives,...
A new study may prove that a bird's ability to navigate using magnetic fields may actually exist in the realm of quantum mechanics.
A new study from Columbia University has proven that a robot can anticipate another robot's actions based solely upon visual cues. Empathy may be next.
Russia is developing a 'drone killer' that will be able to hunt down and destroy lethal enemy drones to fill a major gap in their air defense.
The future of vacations may come sooner than expected. As industries prepare for commercial space travel, spaceports are being planned worldwide, and Noiz Architects’ Spaceport City in Japan is the latest to bring this futuristic landscape to life. The joint...
To secure as much evidence as possible, researchers are scraping the internet to create an archive of evidence for the Capitol Hill Riot.
Sandia National Labs announced it has successfully deployed machine learning to aid in developing novel alloys and materials.
UFOs are seen in Switzerland too, and when one left behind physical evidence, top scientists in California took notice.
The Arachne spacecraft is scheduled for launch in 2024. It is built to capture solar energy, convert it and then transmit that power to Earth.
Dramatically shaking his head, “Five years working side-by-side. You think you know a guy,” mutters the fictional Rob Carson with...
With upcoming missions like Artemis, even more cutting-edge space propulsion systems will become crucial to meet our space fairing goals.
Early Christmas morning, residents of the trendy condos along Second Avenue overlooking the bustling historic district of downtown Nashville, Tennessee,...
Boston Dynamics dropped a viral video recently featuring their various robots dance to The Contours' "Do You Love Me." It is pretty awesome.
An unidentified aerial object that recently appeared in the night sky over Honolulu resulted in 911 calls to local law enforcement, as well as inquiries with the Federal Aviation Administration.
Milestones reached in December 2020 by new private satellite start-ups Astra and Orbex have shifted commercial launches into hyperdrive.
As we say "farewell to 2020," and welcome 2021 with open arms, here are five cool space stories we missed and wish we hadn't.
2020 has seen many advances related to unidentified aerial phenomena, or UFOs, but the subject remains a historical mystery and a challenge to science.
A trio of recent announcements in December indicate that the US military is investing in robotic combat vehicles and AI fighter aircraft.
In a new video, NASA shows how the Perseverance rover will have "7 Minutes of Terror" before being placed on Mars by its lander.
While the Intelligence Authorization Act for 2021 has been passed, questions remain about a forthcoming report by the Navy's UAP Task Force.
New research suggests that gravitational waves may help unravel questions about the current rate of expansion of our universe.
The scientists who search for extraterrestrial technosignatures are coming up in the astronomy world and they want you to know it.
In a first, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says they have approved Santa for spaceflight. Last week, NASA tipped off Saint Nick would be headed to space when they announced Santa would be performing a ceremonial fly-by of the International...
Quantum physics and time travel may be able to solve how Santa Claus is able to make all those deliveries in just one night.
Europe may be technologically poised to lead the world in defense against future hypersonic missiles via its space-based TWISTER program.
Overcoming all obstacles, NASA made waves in 2020, setting the stage for future missions to Mars, while managing to aid in pandemic relief.
A team of scientists using formerly classified spy satellite photos released through an Executive Order have revealed the hidden changes warfare brings to landscapes.
New research conducted Caltech physicists suggests that the Milky Way galaxy may be full of self-annihilated extraterrestrial civilizations.
Part of the European Space Agency’s Comet Intercept mission, a 'comet chaser' probe will lurk in orbit waiting for a target to come along.
Capella Space just announced that it has created a satellite so powerful that it can see through walls and take crystal clear photos anywhere.