In a bizarre series of events, Russia's FSB steals a car from the Russian military that was originally stolen from Ukraine.
NASA is working with AI SpaceFactory, a deep tech company, to develop a lunar outpost printed with recycled materials.
The first complete set of images captured by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, “the world’s largest and most powerful space telescope,” was just revealed by NASA.
A recent study further supports that altered states of consciousness are the key to psychedelic therapy, after finding no positive impact from psilocybin microdosing.
President Joe Biden has unveiled one of the first images captured by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope in an early debut at the White House.
Researchers say they have successfully used everyday bacteria to create the key ingredient for rocket fuel.
The U.S. Space Force recently launched two satellites with the help of Atlas 5 to test the new early warning weapons system.
Jazz Shaw revisits an unusual series of sightings of aerial objects in upstate New York in the 1980s, known today as the Hudson Valley UFO flap.
NASA recently launched CubeSat, a small satellite that will help the space agency prepare for its forthcoming Artemis missions.
75 Years Ago, an incident in the New Mexico desert gave rise to one of America's most iconic UFO controversies.
The sun causes this fascinating phenomenon to occur on Earth every July 8, which most people have been completely unaware of until now.
A new NASA project known as SWIM will work to make tiny swimming robots to scour seas on other planets for alien life.
Houston-based Venus Aerospace has revealed plans to develop what it calls the Stargazer, a new hypersonic Mach 9 space plane.
As NASA gears up for the release of the first images captured by the James Webb Space Telescope, we look at a stunning "teaser" dropped in advance of the July 12 release.
New language proposed for inclusion in the 2023 NDAA aims to ensure transparency about information the Pentagon collects on UAP.
The curious monument has long been a source of intrigue and speculation due to the content of messages that appear on the monument's large stone columns.
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new type of solar panel that can catch sunlight in all directions.
Decades after a Quantum-Gravity theory will be discovered, there might be job advertisements for engineers who use it to build vehicles that would carry humans to the stars faster than imagined before.
Higher levels of optimism were found to be linked to longer lifespans in several participants in a new study.
From Edgar Allan Poe to Isaac Asimov, here are five non-scientists whose work contributed advances to science.
Apollo wearable provides touch therapy to rebalance your nervous system when it’s time to really let go and relax.
A new study from the University of Cambridge reveals that electrons can simultaneously possess different energy levels.
In this International Asteroid Day edition of the Intelligence Brief, we look at what NASA and others are doing to mitigate the threats of potential asteroid impacts in the future.
NASA has announced the winners of the Artemis Concept Awards, a project working to put nuclear power on the Moon.
Dark matter is one of the "unsung heroes", that reflects our level of ignorance about our cosmic roots.
South Korea recently demonstrated the capabilities of its space program with successful launches of its domestically developed Nuri rocket.
June 30th is International Asteroid Day, a date recognized by the adoption of a UN resolution commemorating the 1908 Tunguska event over Siberia.
Global warming is causing irreversable extreme heat, meaning we must strengthen power grids, alter how we look at our cities, and our world.
There has been a significant increase recently in the number of fitness trackers being sold, but research suggests no increase in overall exercise.
One in three Americans say they suffer from extreme stress; these mushroom gummies can help provide calm and focus for the workday.
A recent Brazilian Senate hearing was organized to address the country's history of military involvement with unusual aerial objects.
Working remotely seems to boost individual productivity, and could help companies be more resilient in cases involving natural disasters, new research shows.
A drug trialed at MSK cured 100% of the patients involved in a new study, possibly qualifying as a "miracle drug" in fighting rectal cancer.
Evidence of non-terrestrial objects of intelligent origin could turn up in a place many wouldn't expect: images of the sky that predate the dawn of the Space Race.
The latest batch of data released from the Gaia Space Telescope is shedding new light on asteroid formation and distant galaxies.
Astronomers have spotted a transient object they say is unique—and potentially a lot more energetic—than past examples they have witnessed, according to new research.
Physicists at the University of Amsterdam may have developed a novel system that allows the continuous use of an atomic laser.
To paraphrase Darwin’s “survival of the fittest”, when it comes to our future in space, everything may hinge on “survival of the optimist.”
Gravity remains one of the great mysteries of modern physics, and this Toronto-based researcher thinks a new theoretical model may finally help to resolve it.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo are looking at the Unruh effect, an obscurely named sci-fi staple famously depicted in "Star Wars".
This week, we look at two of the most iconic spacecraft ever to leave Earth and go into space in search of the unknown, and what NASA has said about the final phase of their historic mission.
Researchers in Antarctica were shocked to find a thriving community of crab-like creatures living under the ice.
Time crystals were once thought to be an impossibility. However, new research from Lancaster University suggests otherwise.
Today marks the arrival of summer solstice 2022, resulting in the longest day of the year and heralding the arrival of summer.