The moon on Earth is more concrete than the scientists had expected. NASA’s successful Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) discovered rich proof of titanium and iron oxides bellow the moon’s surface, which may be closely linked to early Earth history. Scientists ...

The small bug slayer, which resided on Madagascar roughly 237 mill years back through the Triassic time frame stood only 10 centimeters (around 4 inches) height. In any case, researchers state K. kely had a place with the old gathering ...

Scientists observed a large star 2.5 mill times brighter than our sun, that vanishes without any trace in 2019, reports LiveScience.com. Now, in a modern paper released on June 30 in the Royal Astronomical Society’s Monthly Notices journal, a squad ...

“How many neutrinos do you need to create a snowball? If you were shot in the face, would it feel cold and squishy or would it pass through? — Mr. Hugo S., Montpellier Right now, you get struck in the ...

The DKIST telescope, the world’s biggest solar telescope, got last month’s first good image of the sun — our stars best resolution image so far. The image start what scientists are hoping will be an almost a 50-year learning process ...