Our Hubble Space Telescope is celebrating 25 years of science this April. Here's why you should be in love with Hubble, if you weren't already. Below: Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 replaced WFPC2 in 2009.
It’s traditional for most people in China to go home to their families on Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 19 this year. China experiences a massive movement of people and gifts around the holiday,
The Hubble telescope has already taken a picture of the Beta Pictoris, a 20-million-year-old star surrounded by a large disk of dust and gas located 63.4 light years from our solar system, back in 1997.
Scientists zero in on the size, shape, and speed of the gas that reconfigures galaxies At the center of any massive galaxy, you’ll most likely find one daunting portion of space-time: a supermassive black
(AP/Jeff Chiu) 4-Mel, a chemical that makes soda brown, is raising our risk of cancer February 18, 2015 10:00pm (UTC) Although former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's war against large sodas failed
It took 2,500 hours to build from scratch, and runs so smoothly you can balance a coin on it. Think it's nerve-wracking to assemble a freshly-rebuilt engine? This guy probably thinks that's cake. Sure,
Navigation requires a reference frame. We need reference frames to tell us where we are with respect to other objects and we need reference frames to tell us how we are oriented with respect to other There
More, more, more. Racecar drivers always want more. And among the many things they want more of, power is arguably in highest demand. And with Formula One teams meeting next week to discuss engine regulations,
By Ashley Halsey III Ashley Halsey III Reporter covering national transportation Email Bio Follow There are fewer drunk drivers on the road, but their place has been taken by people high on marijuana prescription
I don’t know anyone — kid or grown-up — who doesn’t delight in watching a fun and foamy explosion of fizz. (You know, like those cool erupting volcanoes you made in science class back in the day.) Well,