Movie & TV
Astronauts, not robots, essential to getting answers on the moon
June 24 (UPI) --The scientific legacy of the Apollo program, including the first manned mission to the moon, is considerable. ...
Three station fliers prepare for "once-in-a-lifetime ride" home after 204-day stay in orbit
A Russian cosmonaut, his Canadian co-pilot and a NASA flight engineer finished packing their Soyuz spacecraft for departure ...
An elusive giant squid that inspired the 'kraken' sea monster legend has been spotted in US waters for the first time
An image of a chain link. It symobilizes a website link url. An envelope. It indicates the ability to send an email. A ...
Business as Usual Threatens Thousands of Amazon Tree Species
About one in eight of all the world’s trees grows in the Amazon, by far the largest remaining continuous rain forest on earth ...
Scientific American magazine
Smash and grab: A heavyweight stellar champion for dying stars
Dying stars that cast off their outer envelopes to form the beautiful yet enigmatic "planetary nebulae" (PNe) have a new ...
Curiosity rover measures elevated methane levels on Mars
June 24 (UPI) --NASA's Martian rover Curiosity has discovered elevated methane levels on the Red Planet. The rover's Sample ...
Resonance-enhanced tunneling induces flourine and para-hydrogen reaction in interstellar clouds
Scientists from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and their collaborators ...
SpaceRyde wants to make access to space more available and more affordable
Life can be tough for a small satellite operator – it may be relatively cheap and easy to build small sats (or CubeSats, as ...
Want your resume to sail to the top of the pile? Make sure you do all these things
You use Siri and Alexa, aka artificial intelligence, to find pizza or get the forecast. Now, AI is a deep but unseen part of ...
Mars meteorite assault stopped 500 million years earlier than thought
A period of intense meteorite assaults on the inner solar system may have stopped far earlier than we thought. Now there’s ...