The U.S. Navy made history with the first Pacific crossing of a pair of its unmanned surface vessels amidst rising tensions with China.
Watch NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Plow Through a Solar Tsunami, Validating Twenty-Year Theory on Space Weather
NASA's Parker Solar Probe just made a historic voyage through a solar eruption, validating a 20-year-old theory on space weather.
What’s Hiding at the Moon’s South Pole? Lunar Orbiting Cameras Unveil Mysterious Region in Unprecedented Detail
Bathed in constant darkness at the Moon’s South Pole, the enigmatic Shackleton crater has remained a subject of intense scientific interest—and controversy—for decades.
Researchers Studying the Quantum Realm Observe Alice in Wonderland-Style Mirror Universe for First Time
Researchers studying the quantum realm have seen evidence of a mirror universe where everything is the opposite of the real universe.
The world’s most powerful X-ray laser has successfully produced its first beams after receiving a significant upgrade at its California facility.
Could some UAP sightings represent stealth extraterrestrial AI probes? A pair of Cornell regional science students explore this hypothetical solution to the UAP Mystery.
New research reveals that the brain's cannabinoid system reacts to stress by releasing its own THC like substance to get you stoned.
Mysterious Liquid Lunar Discovery May Have a Surprising Source… and It’s Coming from Earth’s Magnetotail
New research has revealed plasma sheet electrons from Earth's magnetotail as a potential source for the formation of water on the Moon.
A recent study has revealed new clues about the effects of plasma precipitation from solar winds on the surface of Mercury.
U.S. military officials continue searching for an F-35B Lightning II stealth fighter jet that went missing under mysterious circumstances on Sunday.
Did NASA’s James Webb Telescope Just Make The Astonishing First Discovery of Alien Life on Exoplanet K2-18b?
Is there life beyond Earth? The James Webb Telescope has spotted tantalizing potential signs of alien life on exoplanet K2-18b.
NASA’s UAP Independent Study Team Publishes Its Findings, as the Agency Appoints a New NASA Director of UAP Research
A report by NASA’s UAP Independent Study Team has called for better data, and reveals the appointment of a new NASA Director of UAP Research.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… the results of an assessment by NASA’s Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP)...
Chinese researchers say they have developed a "force gun" that can manipulate objects from a distance like a Star Wars Jedi using the Force.
Scientists studying the sources of unusual signals detected on the Moon have traced them back to the lunar lander base from one of NASA’s historic Apollo missions.
Unlocking the Symphony of Dreams: Recent Study Translates Musical Genius from Lucid Dreams to Reality
A groundbreaking neuroscience study has successfully transmitted melodies from lucid dreams to waking reality.
The Sol Foundation: How a New Think Tank of Academics is Applying ‘Cutting-Edge Research’ to the UAP Mystery
In an exclusive interview, Garry Nolan and Peter Skafish speak with The Debrief about the Sol Foundation, and how it aims to reframe the debate on UAP.
Red fire ants have finally crossed the sea into Europe, bringing their painful sting and potentially devastating environmental consequences.
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Is Funding the development of a morphing hypersonic engine that can change shape during flight.
SMART ePANTS Unveiled: How Game-Changing Smart Textiles Will Reshape the Future of Espionage and Everyday Wear
IARPA's SMART ePANTS wants revolutionize wearable technology and take advanced smart textiles to new heights.
DARPA Wants to Use Lasers to Send Energy Directly to War Zones. This Is the Wireless Power Beaming Technology That Will Make It Happen.
PowerLight's game-changing wireless power beaming technology is driving DARPA’s POWER program. Here's how it could also change the future of energy transmission.
In a move that underscores the evolving landscape of the art world, a group of professional AI artists have penned an open letter to the US Congress.
This week's newsletter looks at the DoD's new Replicator initiative to leverage autonomous systems against emerging military threats.
Psychedelic neural hypersynchrony could revolutionize our understanding of consciousness, according to a recent groundbreaking study.
Can you spot the small object with the white halo in this image? Here's what NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter just photographed on the moon.
A new method of water splitting that allows hydrogen to be produced more easily has been discovered by a team of German chemists.
The development of a new kind of random number generator for use with encryption technologies could help ensure safer exchange of information.
Apollo, a new humanoid robot designed to work alongside humans, is poised to reshape the industrial workforce.
These Enigmatic Viking Symbols, Used in Ancient Encrypted Messages, Keep One of History’s Strangest Language Secrets
Why part of an ancient set of Viking symbols strangely vanished around 700 A.D. remains one of history's most perplexing linguistic mysteries.
Dark matter, the mysterious nonluminous material thought to populate close to 85% of the universe’s matter, may interact with gravity in a non-local way, according to newly published research.
The All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office Has Finally Launched Its Official Website. Here’s What’s Missing.
The All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) that oversees the Pentagon’s investigations into UAP finally has its own website.
This week, we look at the DOD and its plans to use artificial intelligence (AI) to help monitor the airspace over the nation’s capital.
An AI-controlled drone just beat the best human pilots in a first-person view drone race, a feat that previously seemed impossible.
Debate continues over whether we may have missed signs of life on Mars - and inadvertently killed it - during the historic Viking missions.
The seemingly magical properties of a quantum computer allowed researchers to slow down a simulated chemical reaction by 100 billion times.
Incident reports describing recent U.S. pilot UFO sightings in controlled airspace convey the serious concerns aviators have about potential collisions with unknown objects, The Debrief has learned.
Aurora Spaceplane Concept Looks Like an Area 51-style ‘Black Jet,’ and It Could Revolutionize Hypersonic Spaceflight by 2030
German aerospace company POLARIS is advancing its development of AURORA, a next-generation spaceplane with a familiar and intriguing name.
New research has revealed yet another way that long exposure to microgravity environments during space travel slowly kills you.
NASA has tasked Boeing and Northrop Grumman to develop viable designs for a commercial aircraft capable of Mach 4 travel.
Game Changer in Underwater Warfare? New Chinese Study Claims Breakthrough Technique to Track U.S. Stealth Submarines
A new Chinese study aims to challenge U.S. dominance in submarine warfare by introducing a new method for tracking stealth subs.
Northrop Grumman’s Phantom Laser Delivers Compact, Rugged, High-Energy Beam Weapon Source to Empower U.S. Tactical Capabilities
Northrop Grumman just equipped the U.S. military with Phantom, a compact-sized high-power laser beam weapon designed for rapid deployment.
Breakthrough Method of Creating Individually Polarized Photons Could Yield Unhackable Quantum Internet
A new method for generating and polarizing individual photons may be the breakthrough needed to unlock a quantum internet.
As things start gearing up for the 2024 election season, the UAP question already managed to make its way into the first round of debates featuring eight GOP hopefuls.
A team of Cambridge researchers says the mystery of dark energy might be solved by studying the movements of the Andromeda Galaxy.
Mysterious New Properties of “Ghost Particle” Neutrinos Unveiled With Help From an Ancient Supernova
Researchers may now be closer to understanding the secret interactions that occur between neutrinos when stars explode, according to new research into the behavior of the mysterious subatomic particles.
Iran revealed a familiar-looking new addition to its aerial arsenal on Tuesday, the Mohajer 10, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) the country says can fly non-stop for up to 24 hours.
Researchers say they have demonstrated the first engineered photon collisions by manipulating time with help from metamaterials.