Jupiter is not only the biggest planet in the Solar System but also has fascinating features.
Incredible creation of turning the non-metal hydrogen into metal could revolutionize technology.
Some supergalaxies are formed in different way, in which this could lead to understanding why the universe looks the way it does.
NASA scientists speculated on the newly discovered fragments of methane and hydrogen in Martian atmosphere.
A seismic activity on the planet Mars could support life through hydrogen that is generated by the grinding of the rocks.
The gas giant planets contain extraordinary compounds such as carbonic and orthocarbonic acids, according to a study.
Climate change is suggested to be potentially reduced by a new innovation in Chicago where a solar cell produces hydrocarbon fuel, while taking out the carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Giant gas planets like Jupiter and Saturn could be hiding dark hydrogen within them, as per a new study.
Scientists may have gotten a glimpse of what life is like on other planets.
Scientists may have created a nano-reactor that can produce hydrogen fuel.
Researchers have created a model of Jupiter's interior, (which is composed of abundant hydrogen). The new research is paving the way for room temperature superconductivity and new developments with hot dense fluid hydrogen.
The researchers found that the far-off planet is surrounded by a pale orange haze, which is similar to the one that once engulfed the young earth. The newly found clues could be a sign of possible life in outer space, according to the researchers.