Recent calculations suggest a famous "lost" spacecraft could have been hiding for decades in orbit around the moon.
An international team of astronomers reports they have succeeded in detecting the fastest stars ever observed within the Milky Way galaxy.
DARPA and JPL team up with the SafeDocs program to provide new tools that allow safe access to online documents.
A new bill introduced by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee includes language that will task the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with tracking objects deemed to be a risk resulting from airborne debris.
NASA just sent the fastest spacecraft ever built close enough to the Sun to detect the fine structure of "fast" solar winds near its surface.
A new study by researchers at MIT has doubled the number of repeating Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) that are known to exist.
Engineers at MIT say they have developed a new motor that could be used to electrify large aircraft, significantly reducing their carbon footprint with the help of innovative new electric propulsion technology.
A formidable next-generation inertial sensor will soon be deployed by the United States Navy, which it says will offer vast improvements to its present maritime navigational capabilities.
This week, a whistleblower has claimed the U.S. government is withholding information about non-human craft from Congress.
Researchers have detected odd filament structures that may provide new insights into a supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… yesterday, members of a NASA independent study team that...
NASA Study Team on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Calls for Better Data, Ending Harassment and Stigmas
On Wednesday, members of a NASA independent study team held a public briefing on its current efforts to categorize and evaluate data related to unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP).
A new warning about the potential dangers artificial intelligence (AI) may represent for humankind in the years ahead was voiced on Tuesday by leading scientists and tech industry experts.
Scientists say they have discovered a variety of microbes that can break down plastic at low temperatures.
Investigation and Tracking of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Explored in New Publications by Harvard Team
A series of new scientific papers detailing methods of detection and investigation into unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) has been published by a team of Harvard researchers.
This week, U.S. intelligence officials and industry leaders issued a warning about Volt Typhoon, a new state-sponsored Chinese hacking threat.
The All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), is looking to hire a new Deputy Director, according to a vacancy on the website of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) that expires on Friday.
DARPA is Developing Stealthy Undersea Propulsion Tech to Silently Drive Next Generation Military Watercraft
DARPA has announced a new program aimed at developing unique electrode materials that can be used to produce a magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) drive for the U.S. military.
Details on Mysterious Object That Followed China’s Spaceplane Revealed in Recent Space Threat Assessment
New details have emerged involving a mysterious object released during the test flight of a Chinese spaceplane that landed this month.
The Debrief recently caught up with Stanford professor of pathology Garry Nolan, who discusses his research involving unidentified anomalous phenomena.
As world leaders convene for the annual G7 Summit, we’ll be analyzing the location, significance and other details about this year's meeting.
This week on The Micah Hanks Program, we dive into the strange history involving what is popularly known as "The Black Knight Satellite", and how a genuine scientific anomaly first detected in the 1920s helped give rise to theories about possible evidence of alien technologies in Earth's orbit.
Air Force Research Lab’s Awesome Directed Energy Prototype Dominates Enemy Drone Swarm in Simulated Attack
The AFRL says a recent demonstration of its Tactical High-power Operational Responder (THOR) against drone swarms was a success.
Growing evidence suggests that senescent cells could play a much more significant role in the remarkable anti-aging and regenerative capabilities some organisms display.
DARPA has announced it is developing a new variety of microelectronic sensors capable of maintaining high bandwidth and high-dynamic range even in the hottest environments.
DARPA has announced the official designation of its innovative new X-plane, the X-65, along with new conceptual images it shared on social media.
Scientists with the Department of Energy’s Los Alamos National Laboratory say they have produced a new method that allows them to introduce hard physics constraints to the structure of neural networks.
A mysterious infrasound signal has been detected in Earth’s upper atmosphere, and U.S. Department of Energy scientists say they are currently unsure of its source.
This week we take a look at the DoD's National Defense Science and Technology Strategy (NDSTS), outlining the Pentagon’s most urgent science and technology goals and other priorities.
The powerful new Argus dual-use anomaly detection AI agent was unveiled this week, which the DoD is using to map illicit activity around the globe.
Astronomers studying the first asteroid belt ever seen beyond our solar system have detected a series of glowing discs encircling the star Fomalhaut, according to NASA.
An algorithm that allows more precise forecasts of the positions and velocities of a beam’s distribution of particles as it passes through an accelerator has been developed by researchers with the Department of Energy (DOE) and the University of Chicago.
Mysterious Chinese Spacecraft Returns to Earth, but Few Details Are Known About Its Secretive 276-Day Mission
An experimental Chinese spacecraft has just returned to Earth from its secretive 276 day mission. Here's what we currently know.
Scientists with the University of Chicago say they have discovered links between photosynthesis and an unusual state that facilitates the flow of energy through materials, according to newly published research.
One of the great mysteries of the ancient Americas has finally been solved, according to anthropologists who say they may have unraveled the longstanding mystery of the ancient Mayan calendar.
Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence to Get a Boost from This Colossal Radio Array in New Mexico
The search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) will soon be getting help from one of the world’s largest and most powerful radio telescope arrays, as scientists continue to scour the universe for evidence of extraterrestrials and their technologies.
The "Godfather of A.I." has taken a big step back to warn us about the potential perils such technology might ensure in the years ahead.
Astronomers say distant mega light-emitting objects may be defying the Eddington limit and offer a new hypothesis as to how that might occur.
The Chicago O’Hare UAP Incident: Physics Team’s Analysis Offers a Fresh Look at This Famous 2006 Case
According to a group of physicists, witness descriptions of the famous 2006 Chicago O’Hare UAP incident are suggestive of a form of advanced propulsion that may one day revolutionize space travel.
A balloon of unknown origin is being tracked by the U.S. military after it passed over Hawaii, according to a Pentagon spokesperson and other officials familiar with the developing situation.
New Satellite Images Reveal First Look at Chinese Airship and Laser Anti-Satellite Weapons Capabilities
New satellite images of a suspected Chinese airship were released online on Monday by geospatial-intelligence company BlackSky.
Russia says it has agreed to continue to support the International Space Station (ISS) until 2028 despite mounting tensions between Moscow and Western nations, according to a recent statement from NASA.
This week's newsletter examines the latest concerns arising from U.S. top-secret document leaks, and what they convey about China and Russia’s space programs.
Whatever flashed through the skies over Japan certainly wasn’t a bird or a plane… could it have been a meteor? As it turns out, NASA satellite data had the answer.