NASA Heliophysicist Dr. Liz MacDonald talked to Science World Report about the aurora borealis, her citizen-science project Aurorasaurus, and her love for all things space weather.
Aegean wall lizards are at risk whenever they're out in the open to get a bit of sun. Now, scientists have found how these lizards have adapted to prevent predation when they sun themselves on rocks.
A scientific balloon, the size of football-field was launched above Antarctica towards the stratosphere where it will study the sun and data on extremely high-energy radiation by solar flares.
A newly made solar panel material can reduce photovoltaic costs and increases efficiency by up to 20.2 percent.
Researchers found a wind of high-speed gas gushing out from the center of a bright spiral galaxy, a twin of the Milky Way.
Aurora borealis or northern lights are produced when from reactions between the sun's solar particles and the earth's magnetic fields
Astronomers have captured the image of a supermassive and super-hungry spiral galaxy that is located 65 million light-years away.
Scientists may have gotten a glimpse of what life is like on other planets.
Runaway stars may actually leave "footprints" behind them in space.
Scientists may have found a new way to measure the pull of gravity at the surface of a star, which could help them find new, distant worlds.
Plants turn toward the sun in order to receive the most light. But how do plants "see?"