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We thought we might get through this summer without the dumb hoax about Mars as big as a full moon rearing its head. But, no.
Happy 95th birthday to writer and producer Gene Roddenberry, creator of Star Trek.
Two ISS astronauts will perform a spacewalk on Friday. NASA TV’s live coverage starts at 6:30 a.m. EDT (10:30 UTC) and lasts about eight hours.
A new study suggests that the first people to reach America travelled via the Pacific coast rather than through a corridor between two giant ice sheets.
Is there a large-scale, secret program to spray chemicals into Earth’s atmosphere, resulting in “chemtrails?” Leading atmospheric scientists just say no.
“If true, it’s revolutionary,” said Jonathan Feng, professor of physics and astronomy at University of California, Irvine and lead author of the new study.
Our internal circadian clock tells our body when to sleep, wake and eat. New research says that bacteria living in our gut also have their own circadian clocks.
Formerly secret Camp Century in Greenland was abandoned beneath ice and snow. But the ice is melting, and biological, chemical and nuclear waste may be released as early as 2090.
To celebrate the 4-year anniversary of Curiosity rover’s arrival on Mars, here’s a video on the final 7 minutes of its chilling descent on August 5-6, 2012.
“Parakeets are Britain’s fastest growing bird population and are on a trajectory to global domination.”
Autumn’s false dawn
Rosetta spacecraft selfie with comet