5.1.2021 11:16 am
Astronomy and space lovers are in for a treat, shortly after seeing the Christmas star on December 21, the International Space Station will be making an appearance this week until January 6.
If you missed the International Space Station (ISS) this past few days, you can still catch it on Wednesday. The ISS appeared on Sunday and Monday and will be passing overhead again tomorrow at about 8.56pm for two minutes, at 10° above west-northwest.
‘It’s time to prioritise Venus,’ says Bridenstine.
A so-called stellar-class black hole forms when a dying star collapses, and is typically three to ten solar masses in size.
Eighteen melon-headed whales washed up on the shores of Mauritius on Wednesday, the country’s fisheries minister said, dismissing any link to a devastating oil spill earlier this month.
Scientists have found a radiation-resistant bacteria can survive at least three years exposed in orbit, suggesting simple life forms could manage the long journey between between Earth and Mars unprotected.
Building on a new hanging garden trend, a greenhouse atop a Montreal warehouse growing eggplants and tomatoes to meet demand for locally sourced foods has set a record as the largest in the world.
Songbirds in tropical rainforests curtail their reproduction to help them survive droughts, according to a study Monday.
An asteroid the size of an SUV passed 1,830 miles (2,950 kilometers) above Earth, the closest asteroid ever observed passing by our planet, NASA said Tuesday.
An international team of marine scientists have discovered 30 new species of invertebrates in deep water surrounding the Galapagos, the Ecuadoran archipelago’s national park authorities announced Monday.
The melting of Greenland’s ice cap has gone so far that it is now irreversible, with snowfall no longer able to compensate for the loss of ice even if global warming were to end today, according to researchers.
An Australian man has been hailed a “hero” after repeatedly punching a shark until it released his wife’s leg.
Long-dormant viruses brought back to life; the resurgence of deadly and disfiguring smallpox; a dengue or zika “season” in Europe.
A species of frog from the Brazilian rainforest has become the first amphibian shown to live in a harem, where one male mates with two females who remain loyal to him.
Indonesia on Tuesday launched human trials of a Chinese-made coronavirus vaccine with some 1,600 volunteers slated to take part in the six-month study.