NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is about to make its final plunge into the gas giant after many years orbiting it, in a spectacular event the agency is calling the “Grand Finale.”
Archives for September 2017
The incredible story of a woman who sacrificed her life for her child is sweeping the nation.
Scientists were amazed to discover incredible warm caves underneath the Antarctica ice, which means there could be many species there undiscovered.
Six massive solar flares have captured the attention of scientists, including a huge X-class solar flare that sent incredible energy toward Earth.
A new study finds that the creatures that will suffer most on Earth are the parasites, and that’s actually not a good thing.
The Air Force X-37B launched from Florida recently on its fifth flight, and the U.S. military is being very hush-hush about what they plan to use it for in the long run.
A remarkable new study claims that it might be a good idea to let the dog in the bed, because your little pooch might help you sleep a lot better.
A major outbreak of Hepatitis A among the homeless population in San Diego is causing authorities to move quickly to deal with the problem.
The detection of 15 fast radio bursts in a galaxy three billion light years away has scientists in a heated debate over their origin.
The Elon Musk company just tested its Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time, a rocket that could eventually send mankind to Mars.