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Ancient natural history of antibiotic production and resistance revealed
A study from McMaster University has unearthed new details about the evolutionary history of both antibiotic production and resistance and dates their…
Aug 13, 2019 05:31 UTC Science Read More

NASA Has Closely Measured a Shockwave From The Sun For The First Time
Gigantic interplanetary shockwaves reverberate across our Solar System, originating from the Sun and the bursts of charged particles or solar winds escaping it.
Aug 13, 2019 02:16 UTC Science Read More

SpaceX's Starship Prototype Could Make Its Biggest Hop Yet This Weekend
SpaceX's Starhopper will make its biggest-ever leap soon, if all goes according to plan. The private spaceflight company aims to get Starhopper, an early test…
Aug 12, 2019 22:10 UTC Science Read More

Astronomers Uncover Dozens of Previously Unknown Ancient and Massive Galaxies
For decades, astronomers have been trying to see as far as they can into the deep Universe. By observing the cosmos as it was shortly after the Big Bang,…
Aug 12, 2019 21:03 UTC Science Read More

First View of 'Interplanetary Shock' Spotted by NASA Spacecraft
A team of four NASA spacecraft finally caught sight of a phenomenon scientists have been hunting for years: an interplanetary shock. The spacecraft comprise a…
Aug 12, 2019 20:55 UTC Science Read More

Scientists Found a Way to Create Millions of Virtual Universes
Scientists used a supercomputer to simulate the creation and evolution of 8 million virtual universes, each containing 12 million galaxies — and in the process,…
Aug 12, 2019 20:00 UTC Science Read More

Propulsion test article demonstrates Orion abort stress case at White Sands
NASA, European Space Agency (ESA), and contractor personnel conducted an Abort To Orbit (ATO) test case last week for the Orion spacecraft using the…
Aug 12, 2019 19:49 UTC Science Read More

This Nuclear Reactor Could Be Shipped to Mars by 2022
NASA's mobile Kilopower mobile fission nuclear power generator could be sent off to Mars by 2022, according to team members.
Aug 12, 2019 19:14 UTC Science Read More

Moonquake Detectives Decode Pattern Left on Lunar Surface Jan. 3, 1975
At some point after astronauts visited the moon, a powerful moonquake sent boulders tumbling across the lunar surface. Scientists already knew about the Jan.
Aug 12, 2019 19:11 UTC Science Read More

Northern tropical dry trend may just be normal variation
Rainfall variations in the tropics not only potentially influence 40% of the world's population and the stability of the global ecosystem, but also the global…
Aug 12, 2019 18:59 UTC Science Read More

Parker Solar Probe sends back images from its orbits of the sun
NASA's Parker Solar Probe launched a year ago on a mission to touch the sun. Since that fiery early morning liftoff with the mission's namesake, Eugene Parker,…
Aug 12, 2019 18:36 UTC Science Read More

Indian scientist leaves his mark on Pluto
The farthest zone in the solar system now has an Indian connection.
Aug 12, 2019 18:22 UTC Science Read More

SpaceX Mars City: Here’s How Much Elon Musk's Dream Would Cost
How much would it cost to build a city on Mars? According to Elon Musk over the weekend, it could be the most expensive construction project in human history…
Aug 12, 2019 16:20 UTC Science Read More

Hidden Secrets Revealed by Glitch in Neutron Star
In a paper published today scientists have studied the Vela Pulsar, a neutron star in the southern sky, that is 1,000 light years away. Neutron stars are not only…
Aug 12, 2019 15:40 UTC Science Read More

Droves of Blacktip Sharks Are Summering in Long Island for the First Time
Sharks making their annual northward migration from Florida have a new summer vacation destination: Long Island. Blacktip sharks (Carcharhinus limbatus),…
Aug 12, 2019 15:15 UTC Science Read More

Astronomers watched a neutron star 'glitch' and can't yet explain it
A pulsar is a rapidly spinning star that, from Earth, appears to "pulse" with light. Makes sense. NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. You remember that part in…
Aug 12, 2019 15:15 UTC Science Read More

Supercapacitors turbocharged by laxatives
An international team of scientists, including a professor of chemistry from the University of Bristol, has worked out a way to improve energy storage devices…
Aug 12, 2019 15:05 UTC Science Read More

Position and momentum mapping of vibrations in graphene nanostructures
Investigation of a free-standing graphene monolayer using a technique based on transmission electron microscopy allows identification of atomic vibrations…
Aug 12, 2019 15:05 UTC Science Read More

Glitch in neutron star reveals its hidden secrets
Neutron stars are not only the most dense objects in the Universe, but they rotate very fast and regularly. Until they don't.
Aug 12, 2019 15:00 UTC Science Read More

Supercapacitors turbocharged by laxatives
An international team of scientists, including a professor of chemistry from the University of Bristol, has worked out a way to improve energy storage devices…
Aug 12, 2019 15:00 UTC Science Read More

West Antarctica is melting—and human-caused climate change is to blame
The fingerprints of human-caused climate change have made it to Antarctica, a new study shows.
Aug 12, 2019 15:00 UTC Science Read More

Study gauges trees' potential to slow global warming in the future
Like the eponymous character in Shel Silverstein's classic children's tale, trees are generous with their gifts, cleaning the air we breathe and slowing the ravages…
Aug 12, 2019 15:00 UTC Science Read More

Methane not released by wind on Mars, experts find
Wind erosion has been ruled out as the primary cause of methane gas release on Mars, Newcastle University academics have shown.
Aug 12, 2019 14:08 UTC Science Read More


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