Asteroid 2006 QV89 Will Not Impact Earth In September, ESA Reported

There was a one-in-7000 chance that the Earth could have been hit by a small asteroid of about 20 to 50 meters in diameter, known as Asteroid 2006 QV89, on 9th of... Read more »

Moon Landing Shocking Revelation: ‘It Was A Sham’, Said Neil Armstrong

As you already know, Neil Armstrong has led NASA’s Apollo 11 Moon landing mission 50 years ago this month. On July 20, together with the astronaut Edwin Buzz Aldrin, Armstrong became the... Read more »

Ploonet – When A Moon Becomes A Planet

The definition of a planet has remained controversial among the scientific community, but there are a lot of fascinating objects which blurs the lines even more. A team of researchers has discovered... Read more »

Super-Earth Exoplanet Spotted By TESS In A Nearby Triple Star System

The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, also known as TESS, has recently discovered that some nearby stars have many fascinating planets orbiting them. The mission TESS has lasted for over one year so... Read more »

First Radio Bursts Are More Numerous Than The Potential Events That Could Produce Them

Some of the most spectacular and powerful phenomena which take place in space are generated by cataclysmic events in the form of supernovae explosions or clashes between stars. Many researchers continue to... Read more »

Russia’s ‘Federation’ Spacecraft Development Experiences Some Problems, At The Moment

American and Russian astronauts are all being transported into space thanks to the Soyuz capsule, at the moment, as any space enthusiast knows. This spacecraft is more than 50 years old, which... Read more »

NASA Reveals The First Fruit To Be Grown On The ISS

If things go according to the plan, this November the ISS is about to get spicy. Experts are planning to send Española chili pepper plants (Capsicum annuum). If this happens, it could... Read more »

Human DNA Is Harmed By Sunlight, But Its Repair Mechanisms Attempt To Fix The Lesions

A new study, issued in the Nucleic Acids Research journal and named “Structure and mechanism of pyrimidine-pyrimidone (6-4) photoproduct recognition by the Rad4/XPC nucleotide excision repair complex”, came with a new understanding... Read more »

Ancient Monkey Fossils Changed Scientists’ Theories On The Evolution Of Primates

Field workers in an excavation site in Kenya discovered the fossilized remains of a 4.2 million-year-old ancient monkey that might change scientists’ perception of the evolution of the primates. The ancient monkey... Read more »

Terraforming Mars Could Be Possible Thanks To Silica Aerogel

Ever since humans first became interested in outer space, they have been wondering if life could exist on other planets than Earth. Due to its proximity to our home planet, Mars has... Read more »