There's water in them thar planets – five massive "hot Jupiters" spied by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. But if you just thought "Life?!" think again. Despite the presence of water molecules in their none
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Supermassive black hole last erupted two million years ago, and will again. For years astronomers have been puzzled as to why our Milky Way galaxy's "volcano"—a supermassive black hole (SMBH) at its core—is
Having reached the age of 76, it might be expected that Valentina Tereshkova would be planning a life of quiet gentility: a bit of gardening, perhaps, or catching up on reading. Far from it. The grande
The telescope will study the atmospheres of Venus, Mars and Jupiter. A new low-cost, highly automated rocket from Japan's space agency launched Saturday with just eight crew members and two laptops on-site.
Each year, Popular Science_ seeks out the brightest young scientists and engineers and names them the Brilliant Ten. Like the 110 honorees before them, the members of this year's class are dramatically