The impact of one such speeding star was captured by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope. The stunning image of the roguish runaway star released by the space agency shows how the star dubbed Kappa Cassiopeiae (HD 2905) shocks the galaxy by creating dazzling arcs.
A new finding shows that these microbial colonizers are extremely quick in developing a visible cluster on the plastic debris.
A team of international researchers discovered the dinosaur fossil teeth from the rural interiors of Pahang in Malaysia. This fossil belongs to spinosaurids, which were fish-eating carnivorous dinosaurs. This fossilized tooth sample is dubbed UM10575.
New research shows how the sun is capable of generating energy to power vehicles. According to researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the chemical hydrogen actually contains the potential to power passenger cars as an environmentally friendly fuel.
It was only about a hundred years ago that winter-related deaths were a common occurrence. Winters created a scarcity of food, unbearable freezing temperatures, untreatable illnesses and other problems. Despite warmer winters in recent years, though, cold weather deaths have been on the rise in the ...
Following a report from last week in which Chinese officials issued an “orange alert” for the city’s air pollution, the bad news has gotten worse. As of yesterday, China’s Director General of the National Center for Climate Change, Li Junfeng, has said the pollution has reached an unbearable...
Spring is just about four weeks away, but the winter remains the coldest it has been all year. Despite warmer days in the past week, winter is still roaring in certain areas. A NASA satellite photographed the Great Lakes on Feb. 19th and showed that the bodies of water were 80% frozen.
A nearly frozen, one-week-old panther kitten was rescued from a wildlife refuge in southwest Florida.
An international team of researchers have joined forces to help protect Madagascar's native lemur population.
In a new finding, researchers found out that the gases from the erupting volcanoes had contributed to the recent cooling and that most of the climate models have ignored the effects of volcanic activity.
In a new finding, researchers at the University of Wisconsin confirm that the zircon crystal, dating some 4.374 billion years ago, discovered 15 years back from the Jack Hills region of Australia, is the oldest fragment of Earth’s crust ever discovered.