Scientists Discovered The Largest Dinosaur That Walked On Earth in South Africa

A team of scientists from South Africa discovered the fossilized remains of the largest dinosaur that walked on Earth in the Jurassic period. Accordingly, this enormous dinosaur roamed Earth 200 million years ago... Read more »

Ocean Warming Intensified The Atlantic Hurricane Season of 2017

According to a recent study, the three monster hurricanes that hit America in 2017 a Category 4 intensity obtained their strength due to ocean warming which surged the temperatures of the water... Read more »

The World’s Strongest Magnetic Field Went Out of Control And Blew Up Laboratory’s Doors

Last April, a team of researchers from the Institute of Solid State Physics at the University of Tokyo, in Japan, created the world’s strongest magnetic field. This sophisticated device, designed to examine... Read more »

India’s Mars Space Probe Completes Four Years Orbiting the Red Planet

About five years ago, India’s Mars space probe was launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) with the mission to orbit and study the Red Planet. Now, the probe, also known as... Read more »

NASA Presented A Sustainable Plan To Return to the Moon and Send Humans to Mars

Since President Donald Trump signed Space Policy Directive-1 in which he demanded NASA “to lead an innovative and sustainable program of exploration with commercial and international partners to enable human expansion across the... Read more »

A Bubbling Lake In Alaska Signals For Something Very Concerning

Global warming is changing the environment of the northernmost parts of the world, and that includes Alaska where scientists found a bubbling lake that signals for something very concerning. The Alaskan body of... Read more »

China’s Tiangong-2 To Fall On Earth In 2019

The Chinese space agency just announced that it plans to deorbit its second space lab, Tiangong-2, in 2019. Tiangong-2 would be the second Chinese orbiter to fall on Earth after the crash... Read more »

JAXA Has Sent Its Space Elevator Test Project Towards The International Space Station

The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, also known as JAXA, has sent the very first space elevator into orbit on the ISS to conduct the needed tests. JAXA sent its space elevator on the International... Read more »

Mediterranean Diet Reduces The Risks of Depression, According to Scientists

According to a new study, the Mediterranean diet reduces the risks of depression by reducing the inflammation in the body. The new research revealed that those who consume fruits, vegetables, nuts, fish... Read more »

Plants Color Their Fruits To Attract The Right Animals To Spread Their Seeds

According to a recent study conducted in Uganda and Madagascar, plants color their fruits to match the regional fauna, to spread their seeds. As the researchers said, in Uganda, for example, most... Read more »