How did Europa’s icy ridges form, and why could they be hiding extraterrestrial life?
Latest Posts in Science and Technology
After you die, your body starts to decompose, but what does that actually mean for your old bag of bones?
Could this innovative technology help fight climate change as carbon emissions continue to rise?
The closest we got to Uranus was when Voyager 2 did a brief flyby in 1986.
Anomalies in Pentagon’s fireball data led to the discovery of Earth’s first recorded interstellar object.
32 years on, and scientists are still using the Hubble telescope to uncover the mysteries of the universe.
Auroras are one of nature’s most spectacular shows.
Once a terrifying omen of imminent war, Halley’s Comet last appeared to be fuzzy and feeble. Where is it now. Do we need to worry?
Astronauts’ endurance will be tested to new extremes with NASA’s new obstacle course and training program.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has spoken about the challenges of establishing a human colony on Mars.