Helium hydride has been hiding for 13 billion years. Scientists finally found it.
And that's only expected to rise, says a major reinsurance company.
The high-profile experimental technique got a bad rap in 2018. Scientists are trying for a second introduction in 2019.
The lakes form with processes similar to some that occur on Earth, scientists believe.
Atomic bombs, Chernobyl,Fukushima—radiation has traveled and frozen all over the world. Global warming is changing that.
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You need water. Lots of water.
They've been around for 200 million years and they've developed a taste for gator.
A year on the ISS will alter an identical twin in very small ways.
With a five-year deadline looming, Lockheed Martin reimagined its lunar lander concept for a speedier timetable.
A picture that's worth a thousands "whoas."
Yes, blobs. From the sun.
Everyone uses it, so a team of researchers made the airplane bathroom much more pleasant.
They also used their tails in the water like beavers.
Climbing temperatures have made it harder for the world wonder to recover from mass bleachings, a new study shows.
Sound designer Ben Burtt explains why TIE fighters sound like elephants.
A massive infrastructure gets an expensive repair.
Even the ones you bought and paid for.
The Bestseller Tower will be seen from miles away, standing over a city of 7,000.
It's the first known graveyard associated with the apocaylptic event, called the K-T boundary.
All that lying down on the job will help increase our understanding of weightlessness.
A new analysis of the ringed planet's inner moons shines a light on their origins.
Not a robotic dog, but possibly just as scary.
Just make sure your aim is true.
The trick is nickel, and lots of negative charges.
The tiny island of Mayotte is at the epicenter of a mysterious underwater phenomena which began last year.
Space can mutate bacteria into something fierce. A new surface is keeping them at bay.
Only in very, very specific circumstances, but the data shows it is possible.
The Kamchatka meteor's impact last year was remote and sudden, showing the limits of detecting objects from space.