On Wednesday afternoon, the European Space Agency made galactic history when their Rosetta Mission successful landed its Philae probe on a speeding comet, the first time such an extraordinary feat has
Lack of sunlight could pose problems keeping the lander powered on It turns out that landing on a comet moving at 84,000 miles per hour is not without its potential pitfalls, and the Philae lander appears
The "magic island" mystery on Saturn's moon Titan just became more puzzling. Last year, astronomers spotted a strange bright feature in Titan's Ligeia Mare sea that they called a "magic island." The object
Global warming will significantly increase the frequency of lightning strikes, according to US research. The research, published in Science, was carried out with the help of data from a US network of detectors.