Inventors at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign receive a $1.2 million prize for the sustainable food process.
It is thought that studying the impacts could provide insight into how oxygen developed on Earth over billions of years.
A state of emergency was declared in response to heavy rains and "extraordinary flooding" in southeast Michigan.
The first day of summer began in the Northern Hemisphere on June 20, as the summer solstice brings the longest days of the year.
Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Roscosmos, called preventing collisions that could "ruin the civilization" the world's top priority.
The National Geographic Society has been considering the decision to officially recognize the Southern Ocean for years as the term became increasingly popular among scientists.
Annular eclipses result in the appearance of a ring of sunlight around the silhouetted moon.
This next full moon is being referred to as a "Super Flower Blood Moon."
The Black Brant XII rocket took off as part of the KiNET-X mission to investigate how energy from the sun interacts with the Earth's magnetic field.
The black hole, located inside the Milky Way galaxy, is also among the smallest known to science.
Weather data is a public good.
The asteroid, called 2021 GW4, is the largest asteroid to have passed so close to our planet this year.
A TikTok video making the claim has been viewed over 700,000 times.
Astronomers had calculated that there was a small chance that the space rock could collide with our planet in 2068.
Similar halos are also sometimes seen around the sun.
On the March equinox, the length of the day and night is almost equal wherever you are in the world.
At the time of close approach, 2001 FO32 will be travelling at nearly 77,000 miles per hour.
The rock, which is traveling at nearly 77,000 miles per hour, is due to come closest to Earth on March 21.
2001 FO32 is likely the largest asteroid to make a close approach to Earth in 2021.
Some eyewitnesses reported hearing a loud boom, which sounded like "big trucks crashing."
The asteroid is estimated to measure more than 1,100 feet in diameter.
This is the best chance for scientists to get a good look at the space rock Apophis before it makes an extremely close approach to our planet in 2029.
At the time of close approach, the asteroid will be travelling at around 30,000 miles per hour.
The giant space rock will make a close approach to our planet on March 21. About 25,000 near-Earth objects have been identified so far, according to NASA.
Based on its brightness, astronomers estimate that the asteroid measures between around 2,500 feet and 5,500 feet across.
On February 1, the object will come "very close" to our planet.
During this flyby, the asteroid will be traveling at a staggering speed of roughly 40,400 miles per hour, which is around 20 times faster than a rifle bullet.