"These fossils and this science is about our shared human heritage."
The technology is part of a plan to explore the Apollo 17 landing site again.
Fungal spores eventually make their abdomen fall off entirely.
Although the flare lasted just 10 seconds, it made the star appear about 1,000 times brighter than usual.
"This is the first time an ecosystem has been found to survive directly on the basis of nuclear energy."
The numbers contradict everything we know about how moons form.
"Yellowstone is just a very swarmy place."
An intriguing feature of its orbit ties this telescope's destiny to a lunar schedule.
Unlike normal northern lights, these aurora dim and brighten, hence their name.
Rubber ducks aren't just for bath time any more—they're now the subject of an ecological study.
NASA's 2019 budget proposal calls for the telescope to be canceled "due to its significant cost and higher priorities within NASA."
"No one is talking about turning off the lights and dumping the thing in the Pacific Ocean."
They're a strong medal contender, but will they be able to pull off the performance of a lifetime and earn a spot on the podium?
The force of the impact may have triggered a surge in volcanic activity.
"There's currently no way to get a message quickly enough from our system to the public because none of our systems were built for speed."
"We are now able to understand much more of their everyday toolkit."
The internet's favorite flat-Earther is having trouble getting his rocket up—again.
Cheetahs keep their eyes on the prize with the help of a strong sense of balance.
A magic trick turns the universe into a giant magnifying glass.
There could be thousands of rocks from distant solar systems just killing time in our neighborhood.