The vastness of our scientific ignorance is especially evident when it comes to explaining how life arose on earth.
Geoengineering or climate engineering refers to humans taking larger action to slow down climate change or even reverse it.
Einstein is quoted as saying, “We physicists, we who understand science know that the distinction between past, present and future’s an illusion.”
These tracks, captured by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, are thought to have been created from sliding dry ice on the Red Planet's Russell Crater.
James Webb will grant a peerless gaze at the universe the likes of which we've never seen.
The people behind the Lone Signal project are inviting the public to contribute text and photo messages that they plan to beam into outer space as a beacon to aliens.
A recent study indicates that parts of the western US have experienced a significant increase in the amounts of dust being blown around. Possible causes include drought and changes in land use.
A recent paper hypothesizes that the material that comprises most of the matter in the universe may consist of a type of theoretical particle whose signature has already been detected by scientists.
Their new report suggests that it's not too late to implement changes that will help prevent a 2-degree global temperature increase by 2100.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory released a video that captured multiple 'sun tornadoes,' or plasma moving across the sun’s surface.
Everything we experience and know about is caught in time, is caught in a moment, is not an illusion.
The people who build their own theories of the universe tend to work alone and that is both a wonderful thing because it means they have the courage to create their own theory of reality basically with very little help and I do think it takes some real courage to do this, to be, as it were, a ...
Just as business travelers essentially subsidize other travelers by paying the highest rates for commercial airfare, these celebrity boondoggles in space are funding the growth of NewSpace. And all humanity could benefit.
New research suggests that the "green" part of "greenhouse effect" is really working. While having more plants may sound good, it's still not clear how or whether desert areas will be affected.
MIT's Solar System software combines several sources of data to create a map that can predict the annual yield of a panel array installed at a given location.