Epic space time-lapse captured from International Space Station

A stunning time-lapse captured by the International Space Station shows the Earth, stars and even events like thunderstorms and wildfires. The time-lapse was created from a total of 400... Read more »

‘Omen of evil’ aye-ayes have weird ‘pseudothumbs,’ ‘the craziest hand of any primate’

The aye-aye, also known as a long-fingered lemur, gets a bad rap for its strange appearance. But a new study has revealed the nocturnal mammal has one feature that... Read more »

Humans can land on Mars by 2035, NASA chief says

NASA chief Jim Bridenstine has doubled down on his claim that the space agency will be able to land humans on Mars in the 2030s, going so far as to... Read more »

Before vaping illnesses became US emergency, outbreak in Utah caused by CBD vape

Before the vape-related illnesses began causing a nationwide emergency, a preview in Utah caught many by surprise. More than 50 people around Salt Lake City were poisoned by the time... Read more »

Before vaping illnesses became US emergency, outbreak in Utah caused by CBD vape

Before the vape-related illnesses began causing a nationwide emergency, a preview in Utah caught many by surprise. More than 50 people around Salt Lake City were poisoned by the time... Read more »

Ozone hole is the smallest on record due to ‘rare event,’ NASA says

Unusual weather patterns in the upper atmosphere over Antarctica have caused a drastic reduction in ozone depletion, leaving the ozone with the smallest hole seen since its discovery in... Read more »

Elon Musk plots to put 30,000 more internet satellites into orbit as critics warn he’ll ‘trap humans on Earth’

SpaceX chief Elon Musk answers questions after the 2019 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod competition at the SpaceX headquarters in Los Angeles on July 21, 2019. – (Photo by Mark RALSTON... Read more »

Ancient ‘cockroaches of the sea’ fossilized while playing ‘follow the leader’

Trilobites of the species Ampx priscus were caught in an avalanche of sediment 480 million years ago as they marched in a single-file line on the seafloor of what... Read more »

Battle of Midway: Second World War II-era Japanese carrier apparently found in Pacific

Deep-sea explorers and historians on Sunday announced they apparently found a second World War II-era Japanese aircraft carrier that sank during the Battle of Midway. A review of sonar data... Read more »

Climate change in ‘history’: New England artist uses signs to sound alarms

An artist in New England is using climate change as his inspiration. Northeastern University’s Thomas Starr came up with the time-travel project known as “Remembrance of Climate Futures.” He... Read more »