The galaxy, spotted with ALMA, had been obscured by a huge cloud of dust, making it invisible to other telescopes.
An artificial intelligence model named Pythia has an error rate of 30 percent, compared to 57 percent in humans.
The composite image was made of over 400 photos taken as the International Space Station moved over Namibia to the Red Sea.
19 million-year-old wood chips were found in sediment layers in the Bay of Bengal.
The walkway would have linked the Pool of Siloam to Temple Mount and was built about 2,000 years ago.
The team at Los Alamos National Laboratory will fire "supersonic jets of ionized gas" at a chamber to compress fusion fuel.
Blue Ocean Whale Watch company reports mass breaching just after the earthquake 35 miles away.
Researchers identified unusual solar activity around 660 BC in astrological records they then matched to tree ring data.
The geode contains crystals over six foot tall, which are so clear they look like ice.
Research follows South African runner Caster Semenya being banned from competing by the IAAF without taking medication to lower her testosterone levels.
The team reconstructed a 50,000-year-old gene sequence that allowed malaria to infect human red blood cells.
David Burns, who funded the research privately, says he is aware of the huge pitfalls in the concept.
Chinese scientist edited the genes of twin girls to try to make them more resistant to HIV.
Images from the James Webb Space Telescope will be the highest quality ever obtained, researchers say.
Animal remains found in a cave in Israel that was occupied by hominins suggest these ancient humans had the foresight to store high-calorie food.
Rare atmospheric phenomena called sudden stratospheric warming started at the end of August.
These creatures are found at depths between 3,600 to 9,000 feet and they vary so much in appearance researchers thought they may be separate species.
Scientists say the species survived in isolation for 7,000 years before going extinct.
The researchers were able to scoop the bubbling water out of the sea with buckets.
The findings follow research showing more children were shot dead in 2017 than active duty military and on-duty police officers.
Chang'e-4 scientist says they had to drop the idea because they could not provide the oxygen required to keep them alive.
The team used "optogenetic manipulation" to help teach a zebra finch a song.
Data from the Cassini mission have revealed molecules in ice grains emanating from the icy, water-rich world.
New Zealand researchers created a scoring system to work out which countries humans could hide in and then repopulate the planet.
The robot can move its eyes, eyebrows, lips and "other muscles," the company said.
Scientists from the Deep Carbon Observatory have provided results from a decade-long study into the world's carbon reservoirs.
In a letter to Thunberg, Vasily Vlasov, deputy of the Duma State, said young people will not let themselves be "condemned to extinction."
The Tripolye megasites, which were occupied between 4100 and 3600 BC were home to around 10,000 people.
The 70-year-old woman was suffering from a rare disease that caused her red blood cells to clump together.