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“I have become citizen number 62 of Asgardia, a new space nation dedicated to expanding peaceful exploration of space for the benefit of humanity.”
Russian businessman Igor Ashurbeyli believes that an orbiting space station has the potential to become a sovereign nation in space.
China’s big new radio telescope – now the largest of its type in the world – will join Breakthrough Listen experiments in the U.S. and Australia in seeking extraterrestrial signals.
We’re controlled by more than just our thoughts. New video from AsapSCIENCE
Scientists analyzed sustainability projects around the world and identified overarching trends that can potentially help create a more sustainable future.
New studies reveal the diversity of early human populations and help pin down when we left Africa.
This short video puts modern extinctions in context by comparing them with Earth’s 5 previous mass extinctions.
Mass and energy are interchangeable.
Why does time flow inexorably toward the future? A Berkeley physicist proposes that time is expanding because space is expanding.
Neptune is the planet discovered with mathematics.
Autumn is connected in Chinese thought with the direction west, considered to be the direction of dreams and visions.
Meet Michael Faraday, the man behind the electric motor and theory of electromagnetism.
There were more than a dozen wildfires burning in California, as of September 20.
The secret life of urban rats.
After a rapid assessment, scientists have concluded that climate change increased chances of the August record rains in Louisiana by at least 40%.
A week ago, a test crew emerged after living for a year in Mars-like conditions inside a solar-powered dome on the slopes of Hawaii’s Mauna Loa volcano.
National Weather Service in Tallahassee reported that Hermine made landfall east of St. Marks, near Tallahassee, early Friday morning as a Category 1 hurricane.
No injuries in Thursday’s explosion on a SpaceX launch pad at Cape Canaveral. But Facebook’s planned satellite is no more.
A strong signal from a sunlike star sparked speculation this week that we might – at last – have heard from an alien civilization. Now astronomers say … no.
NASA TV will broadcast live coverage on Thursday of a 6.5-hour spacewalk by 2 astronauts aboard ISS. Coverage will start at 6:30 a.m. EDT (1030 UTC). The spacewalk will begin about 8 a.m. EDT (1200 UTC).
Orionid meteor shower peak tonight!
If we could see Mars in ultraviolet …