NASA’s Cassini Final Moments: It Sent Data on Earth Till Its Last Moments

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) was nominated by The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) for the Outstanding Original Interactive Program award, due to the scope of the Cassini mission’s Grand... Read more »

New Data Generated By Gaia, Hubble Might Lead to New Physics

Measuring the rate of the universe’s expansion is something difficult and scientists have been trying to get it right for years. However, this time they might be closer than they have ever... Read more »

The Most Sensitive Radio Telescope Will Be Used in South Africa

MeerKAT is the most sensitive radio telescope on the planet and it is now used in South Africa. This is the first time all its 64 dishes are used in order to... Read more »

Scientists Use Sound Waves to Reveal Diamond Cache in the Earth’s Cratonic Roots

Think of how much money could yield more than a quadrillion tons of diamond. Now stop dreaming about it, because it’s impossible to get those diamonds. Scientists at MIT and other universities... Read more »

Vancouver-science YouTuber Proves that the ‘World is Round’

It’s a common and baffling fact: flat-earthers exist, and they don’t want to understand that there is gravity, the Earth is round, or that satellites are real! A former educator from Vancouver... Read more »

University of New South Wales Scientists Reach New Milestone in Quantum Advancement

UNSW researchers have announced a new landmark in their pursuit of creating a quantum computer chip. Scientists from the Centre of Excellence For Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, which is a part... Read more »

Landmark experiment Kills 80% Mosquitoes That Carry Dengue Fever and Zika

People all over the world are infected every year by mosquitoes which carry diseases like Zika, chikungunya or Dengue Fever. In a landmark experiment, 80% of the mosquitoes that carried that disease... Read more »

Hubble and Gaia’s New Data Changes the Way We Understand the Universe

We know that the universe keeps expanding, but it wasn’t that easy to measure the rate of expansion – meaning the calculations could be off track. And they were, according to NASA... Read more »

NASA Discovers Rare “Equal Mass” Double Asteroids Orbiting Each Other

Observations made by using three of the world’s largest radio telescopes revealed that an asteroid discovered last year is actually two asteroids of about 900 meters in size and orbiting each other.... Read more »

NASA’s Planet Hunter TESS Will Begin Work This Month

The newest satellite sent into space to hunt for alien worlds will begin the search before the end of July. TESS, short for Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, was launched to the Earth’s... Read more »