A team of international scientists have discovered an intense warming phase around 52 million years ago in drill cores obtained from the seafloor near Antarctica a region that has been important in climate research.
A new report released by the Tauri Group details the demand for suborbital reusable vehicles (SRVs) that are a new class of powered vehicles designed to cross the threshold of space-carrying cargo or people.
The Russian robotic space craft made its final departure from the international space station after spending several months attached to the orbiting outpost in a second attempt to test an updated space docking system.
Even after four decades, the US flags planted on the moon are still standing and casting shadows. This remarkable fact comes to light from images produced by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) that shows all flags standing except one posted by Apollo 11. The Apollo 11 flag was plante...
The Japanese Aerospace Agency (JAXA) has installed a fish tank on the International Space Station (ISS). Though there is no recreation goal behind this new Aquatic Habitat (AQH) instead they will be used by the researchers to study the microgravity impacts on marine life.
The month of August brings with it two full moons. The first one visible on 1 August and then followed on 31 august. When two full moons occur within a calendar month, the second full moon is called a "Blue Moon."
China attempts to land an exploratory craft on the moon for the first time in the second half of next year. This is the next step in an ambitious space program that includes building a space station.
The field of robotics never fails to astonish us with their incredible creation. Most often they draw inspiration from the real world. And this time it the team from China's School of Chemical Engineering and Technology who have developed a microrobot being inspired by insects.
A team of British and Australian scientists has discovered an important method of how carbon is drawn down from the surface of the Southern Ocean to the deep waters beneath.
Huge landslides or avalanche are rare occurrences in the solar system but very common phenomenon on Saturn's third largest moon Lapetus. These are helping geologists in understanding landslides and earthquakes in other parts of the solar system.
A 34-year-old South Korean artist is the first individual to send a homemade satellite into orbit, after securing contact with French Technology Company to get his device launched into space.
The world's smallest semiconductor laser that is a breakthrough for emerging photonic technology with applications from computing to medicine is being created by the physicists at The University of Texas at Austin in collaboration with colleagues in Taiwan and China.