Use of new analysis techniques provides food for thought about how people lived 5,000 years ago.
Engineers created a wearable heart monitor thinner than a dollar bill that could one day provide doctors with a safer way to check the condition of a patient’s heart.
It went into safe mode on Tuesday, May 14 after the #4 reaction wheel, needed to orient the spacecraft, would not spin.
Severe storms struck in north and east Texas yesterday. At least 6 dead with over a hundred injuries in the town of Granbury. Mile-wide tornado north of Vista.
Beautiful video of ring of fire eclipse by astrophotographer Colin Legg, who used three cameras along the ecliptic path in western Australia.
“I felt that if I could show people what New York City looked like on other planets, I’d give people a sense of how lucky we are to be living on Earth.”
The study suggests that supposedly more ‘primitive’ areas, such as the cerebellum, were equally important in the expansion of the human brain.
Chris Hadfield has done more to let the rest of us enjoy and participate in International Space Station missions than anyone since … well, than anyone ever.
A new analysis has found a link between exposure to Agent Orange and lethal forms of prostate cancer among US Veterans.
Ice from Mille Lacs Lake reached doors and windows of homes at Izatys Resort on Saturday, May 11. Many described it as looking like a mini glacier.