Data from a lunar probe showed that the Earth's electrons may be contributing to the moon's weathering processes.
A new crater has appeared on the moon's surface after Russia's failed moon mission spiraled out of control.
The message consisted of 13 drawings depicting the progression of life on Earth, a human family, and the word "toast."
"We don't really know how these objects form, so finding a potential formation route for these objects is exciting," astronomer Tomer Shenar told Newsweek.
"Fusion is a transformative global source of limitless, clean, safe energy and we welcome all progress in the field," David Kingham of Tokamak Energy Ltd. said.
The sinkhole opened up on a road in Gold Coast, Australia, at around 4 a.m. local time, causing a parked car to fall into it.
"You cook dinner, raise your eyes, wait out of habit for impenetrable fog, and there is such a miracle," photographer Aleksey Svatov said.
Craters deeper than 6 miles and older than 2 billion years may have eroded away completely, scientists have found.
Guillermo Söhnlein believes humans could be living on Venus by 2050.
One academics said the hearing had yielded "insufficient data to form any opinion or even inform a perspective."
"They sound like rhythmic noise, almost like a jackhammer mixed with the static you hear between radio stations," astrophysicist Evan Anders told Newsweek.
The object, thought to be a magnetar, was found to emit radio waves every 22 minutes, much slower than other magnetars which pulse around once per second.
The mechanism behind the northern lights could be universal throughout our solar system.
The black hole resides in a galaxy known as CEERS 1019, which existed 570 million years after the big bang.
The Laacher See volcano is thought to have erupted around 12,880 years ago, with more power than the eruption of Vesuvius.
Around 10 percent of people that are struck by lightning die, with the odds of being struck by lightning in a given year being less than one in a million.
Large gravitational waves have been found rippling through the background of space-time. "We've opened a new window of observation on the universe," said one researcher.
Findings published in a "Nature" study on June 28 show that these black holes and their host galaxies are billions of times larger than our sun.
The deep-sea submersible experienced a "catastrophic implosion" during a voyage to the wreck of the Titanic.
X-class is the most powerful type of solar flare, 1 million times stronger than a nuclear bomb.
Despite the exciting discovery, scientists remain puzzled as to how they can use the information to pinpoint forthcoming earthquakes.
Skygazers will be able to see the Galilean satellites clearly if they are treated with clear skies.
The discovery has scientists excited about the possibility of alien life on icy Enceladus, one of Saturn's 100-plus moons.
The solar event may lead to auroras glowing in the night sky.
These unusual lights are different from normal auroras, as they are the result of Earth's ring current causing protons to rain down on our planet.