1999 is probably the last year you would've asked the Pet Shop Boys to make a special track to accompany the solar eclipse.
If you were to rank the wildest things in the universe, there are a few obvious contenders: gamma rays, fast radio bursts, and quasars, for example. But no list would be complete without black holes.
A search led by billionaire Paul Allen locates the cruiser at the bottom of the Philippine Sea.
An astrophysicist explains where you should be and how you should prepare for the Total Solar Eclipse occurring on August 21.
Scientists in Australia report that a trial of probiotics mixed with peanuts lasting four years lead to a peanut tolerance.
Multiple designs are starting to take shape.
In the future, genetic engineers may be able to modify strength, size, explosiveness, endurance, quickness, speed, and even the determination and drive required for extensive athletic training.
With an eruption brewing, it may be the only way to prevent the extinction of the human race.
Hallucinations are often distressing — a suggestion that something is amiss in our brains. But new research suggests we’re all susceptible to hallucinations, and that may not be such a bad thing.
Serious whiskey drinkers insist that it tastes better diluted with a little water — and, with the help of computer simulations, scientists now know why.
There's talk of a mythological serpentine sky creature being involved in the process.
"People don’t realize, but there’s an enormous amount of data that has never been put into digital archives," Schmidt says.
Competitors in the Google Lunar X Prize now have until 31 March 2018 to land a spacecraft on the moon
Cosmic winds that form the long tentacles of jellyfish galaxies may also create the perfect conditions to sustain highly active supermassive black holes
Those who misuse aquatic antibiotics are playing a dangerous game with their health, doctors and veterinarians say
Studies of infants at risk for autism have not yielded a test to predict who will eventually be diagnosed. But they have transformed our understanding of the condition.
A large Indian study of 4,500 newborn babies found that the right microbes can prevent a life-threatening condition called sepsis.
Two NASA jets are going to try to chase the moon's shadow during the upcoming solar eclipse. They won't be able to keep up, but that's not the point.
Investigators in Washington have tried for decades to identify a teenage girl who was brutally killed near a lake. They might finally succeed with genealogy websites.
Scientists have found a way to measure if people intuitively know what ape gestures mean.
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