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NASA created a material that can heal itself in seconds—even from bullets

Hurtling through the endless void of space in a thin aluminum can as debris zips around in every direction may have just gotten a little safer. NASA and the University of Michigan have designed a new “skin” that can heal itself within seconds of being punctured.<p>In a study published in the American …

University of Michigan

The Internet Won’t Stop Asking Miley Cyrus ‘What’s Good?’

One of the VMAs most shocking moments came when Nicki Minaj called out Miley Cyrus during her acceptance speech for the Best Hip Hop Video award. Nicki was confronting Miley for criticizing her reaction to not being nominated in the Best Video of the Year category — and she definitely wasn't ready …

Miley Cyrus

CSUF scientist excited by latest NASA findings

In July, Geoffrey Lovelace, a Cal State Fullerton assistant professor of physics, received the answer to a question he had pondered since childhood: …

Astronomy

Don’t panic: there is no asteroid threatening Earth, says Nasa

There have been no asteroids or comets observed that would impact Earth anytime in the foreseeable future, Nasa has confirmed<p>Nasa has been forced to issue a statement confirming that there is no deadly asteroid threatening Earth after an internet rumour went viral sparking panic.<p>Recent web postings …

Rave reviews: origins of ecstasy culture to be told in new film

The untitled project will focus on an early 80s subculture in Dallas and Austin, Texas, during a period in which the drug was legal in the US<p>An independent movie about the origins of the drug ecstasy – or, at least, its first public widespread use in rave culture – is moving ahead in the US.<p>The …

Subculture
Health Care

10 Solar System Mysteries That Baffle Our Best Scientists

Even though we’ve already told you about the mysteries of our solar system here, here, and here, we’re back with more mysterious sights and sounds …

Astronomy

Hubble watches the loneliest galaxy

Away from the companionship of clusters, a lone galaxy peers into the abyss of empty space.<p>Not all space is created equal.<p>In fact, much like animals, galaxies and stars tend to cluster together, not by survival instinct, but by each other's gravity, creating clusters and rivers of celestial objects.<p>…

Cosmology

Scientists just got the first close-up look at some perplexing white spots in space, and they're more mystified than ever

Last March, NASA's Dawn spacecraft made history when it became the first mission to ever orbit a dwarf planet.<p>Before Dawn, the best images we had of the dwarf planet Ceres were taken by the Hubble Space Telescope in the early 2000s from a distance of 257 million miles away. And about the only thing …

Astronomy

Accidental discovery of blood, collagen in dinosaur bones could rewrite textbooks

An amazing discovery could rewrite textbooks, after a paleontologist accidentally found blood and soft tissue preserved in tattered dinosaur fossils. …

Obese children do worse at school—but it may not be their fault

Negative stereotypes towards heavier individuals starts to affect long-term life opportunities from a young age. A number of studies in recent years have suggested that bigger children fare less well in school than their slimmer peers.<p>The Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children followed …

Education

World's 50 Best Restaurants list and the changing geography of food

UK and France made up more than half of the 50 a decade ago but in 2015 they have just two and five respectively, in list whose outlook is becoming more global<p>Is France no longer the centre of global cuisine?<p>2015 marks the fourth straight year that no restaurants from the country that (probably) …

Top 10

How To Meditate: Tips From Lama Surya Das, The 'Buddha From Brooklyn'

(RNS) Lama Surya Das, the “Buddha from Brooklyn,” is one of the handful of Westerners who have been teaching meditation for decades. And yet, he says we’re doing it wrong.<p>“So many people seem to be moving narcissistically — conditioned by our culture, doubtless — into self-centered …

Meditation

Nostradamus: Prophet of Hope

The jury is still out on the millennial prophecies of Michel Nostradamus, the French master physician, astrologer and Kabbalist of the sixteenth …

Scientists Mapped 8000 Galaxies (Out Of Billions) Made An Amazing Discovery

Counting the stars in the universe is like trying to count the number of sand grains on a beach, its not possible. Although estimates vary among …

Small Human and Prehistoric Creature Spotted on Mars

While the debate rages on in the U.S. over whether humans and dinosaurs roamed the Earth at the same time, there’s no such argument on Mars if you …

Resurrected Large Hadron Collider Smashes Protons, And Speed Records

And this was only a test...<p>The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has hosted a number of major scientific achievements, not the least of which was the thrilling discovery of the elusive Higgs boson particle.<p>Now, the massive particle accelerator has done it again, smashing protons together at …

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NASA's WISE Spacecraft Discovers Most Luminous Galaxy in Universe

A remote galaxy shining with the light of more than 300 trillion suns has been discovered using data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer …

Cosmology

​Breathtaking timelapse video shows nightlight Earth from space

The European Space Agency released a timelapse video composed of images taken by its astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti from the International Space …

Rare quartet of celestial bright spots found at edge of universe

A team of astronomers have, for the first time, observed four quasars - the brightest objects in the universe - in close proximity to each other. The …

Universe

10 Intriguing Prehistoric Women

It’s easy to assume we have human evolution pretty much figured out. But new discoveries of human remains often challenge the scientific consensus. …

Space in Motion: Watch Gorgeous GIFs of Mars Sunset, Spinning Giant Asteroid

Two of this week's most intriguing views of space combine NASA images into animated form.<p>NASA spacecraft recently beamed back stunning images that, when combined, bring to life two neighboring alien worlds. While Mars delights us with a surprising blue sky, Ceres continues to perplex us with its …

UFO: Photographer Captures Fleet Of 14 ‘Baton-Shaped’ UFOs Over Madrid Skies

An Irish photographer, Karl Jennings, claims he captured on camera a UFO fleet over the skies of central Madrid in Spain late in 2014.<p>According to</i> …

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Russian Space Junk Almost Destroys NASA Telescope in Orbit

A high-tech NASA telescope in orbit escaped a potentially disastrous collision with a Soviet-era Russian spy satellite last year in a close call that …