Scientists Have Captured the Very First "Spooky" Photo of Quantum Entanglement
The SETI Institute has captured the first image of quantum entanglement and the ramifications for modern science are dizzying.
Jul 14, 2019 14:10 UTC Science Read More
Bridenstine says leadership changes linked to urgency in NASA's exploration programs
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said he reassigned the agency's human spaceflight head because time was limited to address cost and schedule issues.
Jul 12, 2019 23:13 UTC Science Read More
Unique Bird With Bizarrely Long Toe Found Fossilized in Amber
Researchers have discovered a bird foot from 99 million years ago preserved in amber that had a hyper-elongated third toe. This is the first time such a foot…
Jul 12, 2019 16:19 UTC Science Read More
Japanese Probe Returns to Site of Asteroid Bombing, Takes Pics
On Wednesday, Hayabusa-2, the Japanese space probe that landed on then bombed and asteroid, once more touched down to collect samples and take…
Jul 12, 2019 15:44 UTC Science Read More
NASA has Figured Out How to Extend the Lives of the Voyagers Even Longer
The Voyager probes are getting long in the tooth. Their energy systems are weakening. But NASA has a plan to keep them going for at least a few more years.
Jul 11, 2019 18:31 UTC Science Read More
Would humans evolve again if we rewound time?
What would happen if the hands of time were turned back to an arbitrary point in our evolutionary history and we restarted the clock? American palaeontologist…
Jul 11, 2019 10:19 UTC Science Read More
Funding one giant leap: How much the Apollo program actually cost
Landing on the moon remains one of mankind's most amazing endeavors 50 years later. But it wasn't exactly a cheap one.
Jul 10, 2019 01:24 UTC Science Read More
Experts cite benefits, challenges of further space exploration
SAN FRANCISCO – The United States has the advanced technology and capable workforce it needs for further space exploration. However, it lacks the focus…
Jul 10, 2019 00:28 UTC Science Read More
A New Plan for Keeping NASA's Oldest Explorers Going
To manage Voyager 2's dwindling power supply, engineers recently shut off one instrument's primary heater. So far, the cooled instrument continues to return…
Jul 08, 2019 21:05 UTC Science Read More
See Saturn's rings Tuesday night as it makes closest pass by Earth
Get your telescope ready for Tuesday night as Saturn, the ringed jewel of our solar system, shines brighter than any other time of the year.
Jul 08, 2019 12:38 UTC Science Read More
Today in 2003: Opportunity blasts off to Mars
NASA's Opportunity rover spent some 15 years exploring Mars. It surpassed all expectations for its endurance and longevity, to become one of the most…
Jul 07, 2019 21:12 UTC Science Read More
Cosmic gamma-ray energy record shattered by high-altitude observatory
Cosmic gamma rays with energies as high as 450 TeV (1012 eV) have been observed by the ASgamma observatory in Tibet – which is run jointly by China and…
Jul 06, 2019 13:19 UTC Science Read More
First observation of native ferroelectric metal
In a paper released today in Science Advances, Australian researchers describe the first observation of a native ferroelectric metal: a native metal with bistable…
Jul 05, 2019 18:02 UTC Science Read More
What's happening to Greenland's ice?
Sponsored *content*: An early summer heatwave brought the long term decline of ice global attention, satellites can show us how fast the island is changing.
Jul 05, 2019 07:44 UTC Science Read More
These astronauts just wished us a happy Independence Day from space
The only two Americans living, literally, out of this world wished the country a happy Independence Day, and it's probably the best holiday message ever.
Jul 04, 2019 18:00 UTC Science Read More
Asteroid Wars Billionaires Are Dead Serious About Moving Factories to Space Victor Tangermann
To some, collecting resources from other planets or asteroids instead of using up the Earth could be the key to ensuring that we — and our planet — survive.
Jul 04, 2019 01:10 UTC Science Read More
An exciting boost for solar cells
A process called singlet fission has the potential to enhance the efficiency of solar cells. The mechanism has been difficult to implement in such devices, but…
Jul 03, 2019 17:00 UTC Science Read More
Ultra-small nanoprobes could be a leap forward in human-machine interfaces
Machine enhanced humans -- or cyborgs as they are known in science fiction -- could be one step closer to becoming a reality, thanks to new research.
Jul 03, 2019 16:56 UTC Science Read More
Artificial gravity breaks free from science fiction
Artificial gravity has long been the stuff of science fiction. Picture the wheel-shaped ships from films like 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Martian, imaginary craft…
Jul 02, 2019 12:45 UTC Science Read More
Does psychology have a conflict-of-interest problem?
Some star psychologists don't disclose in research papers the large sums they earn for talking about their work. Is that a concern?
Jul 02, 2019 12:00 UTC Science Read More
'Forbidden' light wave tool could lead to 'crazy-fast' quantum computers
Researchers working to overcome one of the biggest bottleneck developments for future quantum computers have achieved something remarkable.
Jul 02, 2019 11:26 UTC Science Read More
Physicists use light waves to accelerate supercurrents, enable ultrafast quantum computing
Scientists have discovered that terahertz light -- light at trillions of cycles per second -- can act as a control knob to accelerate supercurrents. That can help open…
Jul 01, 2019 19:41 UTC Science Read More
Theoretical physicists unveil one of the most ubiquitous and elusive concepts in chemistry
Even if we study them at school, oxidation numbers have so far eluded any rigorous quantum mechanical definition. A new SISSA study, published in Nature…
Jul 01, 2019 15:04 UTC Science Read More
International Asteroid Day notes most powerful meteor strike in recorded history
ST. GEORGE — June 30th was International Asteroid Day, marking 111 years since an estimated 220-million-pound meteoroid smashed into the Tunguska…
Jul 01, 2019 05:18 UTC Science Read More
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