Until about a decade ago, only two habitable zone planets of any size were known to astronomers: Earth and Mars.
A few months ago a group of NASA exoplanet astronomers, who are in the business of discovering planets around other stars, called me into a secret meeting to tell me about a planet that had captured their interest.
The intelligent life we are searching for doesn't have to be humanoid.
New study figures out how stars produce gamma ray bursts.
A Mars Space Flight team member warns that people need to be prepared for what's coming.
Viral 'photo' is composite image, but other map shows true and growing size of devastation
- A viral photo shows Australia smoldering like a piece of charcoal about to ignite.
- The composite image shows all fires over an entire month, which is not the same as all fires raging at the same time.
- That's not to say the devastation isn't real, and growing–as proven by another map.