Scientists describe ‘cultural loss of unprecedented magnitude’ as global atlas reveals extent of light pollution in the world’s skies It has inspired astronomers, artists, musicians and poets but the Way
Retired fisherman uses sonar equipment to uncover new crevice nine miles east of Inverness, big enough to fit the phantom beast It has evaded capture for years, with dozens of alleged sightings and endless
This star probably isn’t surrounded by ‘alien megastructures.’ But what’s making it act so strangely?
By Sarah Kaplan Sarah Kaplan Reporter for Speaking of Science Email Bio Follow Remember KIC 8462852, the F-type star in the constellation Cygnus with the odd flickering habit? You know, the one that had
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Pluto is just the beginning When I was growing up, there were nine planets in the solar system: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. By 1989, all of those planets been
You don’t need a rocket to leave Earth. There’s a slower, gentler trip in the works—and it comes with a cocktail. When Alan Eustace lifted off into space from the New Mexico desert this past October, was
After nine years and three billion miles, here’s what we're learning from it all At 7:50am EDT tomorrow, July 14, New Horizons, the fastest spacecraft ever launched, will perform the first close-encounter