Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suffered a left knee injury in the third quarter of Sunday's Week 3 game against the St. Louis Rams. Steelers public relations spokesman Burt Lauten he
Barcelona's options in attack are limited in the wake of the injury to Lionel Messi, which could see the Argentinian sidelined for up to two months, and the unfortunate incident has highlighted the lack
Short answer: 60 miles wide, give or take When it comes to meteorites, the bigger they are, the more havoc they generally wreak. In 1997, University of Colorado geoscientist Brian Toon and colleagues the
SDSS J0100+2802 is the rather understated name scientists have given to an exceptionally luminous, newly discovered quasar. It's 12.8 billion light years away and shines as brightly as 420 million suns.
Images from Dawn spacecraft reveal a pair of bright spots which scientists believe may be primordial ice reflecting sunlight A Nasa probe that is speeding towards the largest object in the asteroid belt
Study shows how Ebola enters and infects cells We’re finally starting to understand how Ebola infects living organisms, which means we’re getting closer to finding a way to stop it. The virus enters and
Weird Science A particle physics student has used his downtime to build a Lego model of the world's most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Nathan Readioff's design uses existing
Well, we know it probably wasn't aliens They're baaack... Remember those weird craters that suddenly appeared in Siberia last year? They just showed up in the middle of nowhere, unannounced and unexpected.
Madagascar has been spared the scourge of the chytrid fungus, until recently. Madagascar is home to a mind-boggling array of frogs, 99 percent of which are found nowhere else in the world. But a study