The Sun Will Devour The Earth, and There’s Nothing We Can Do About It

One wise and age-old proverb says that everything must come to an end. Both science and the Bible teach us that the world had a beginning, and it will also have an end. If we don't destroy each other in...

The 92-Year-Mold That Produced Penicillin, The First Antibiotic, Is Back In The Lab!

The unexpected discovery of penicillin by Alexander Fleming in 1928, when mold affected one of his Petri dishes, shaped modern medicine, with antibiotics being crucial in fighting many diseases over the past century. Scientists have woken up Fleming's Penicillium mold...
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NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Will Land on Asteroid Bennu Next Month

After a long waiting, NASA's robotic probe OSIRIS-REx will land on asteroid Bennu's boulder-strewn ground on October 20. The probe will touch down only for a few seconds to collect dust and rock samples. Scientists really hope the mission will...
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A Giant Black Hole is Now Sparkling: Astronomers Explain Why

A few years ago, astronomers took observations between 2009 ad 2012 of a black hole at a center of a galaxy dubbed M87, 55 million light-years away, using prototype telescope arrays. Unfortunately, the team didn't collect enough data for an...
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The Galaxy Formation Reexamined: New Study Emerges

An international team of astronomers has mapped the fuel for galaxy development in the famous Hubble Ultra Deep Field. The results are truly astonishing. The recent study indicates how galaxies have evolved. It also explains why the period between 10...
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What Could the Mars’ Underground Hide: Life Signs are Needed

New science missions and results are putting the quest for life signs closer than ever to home.  A team of researchers at the Center for Astrophysics I Harvard & Smithsonian (CfA) and the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) might know...
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The Future Climate Will Be Influenced by the Antarctic Ice Loss: How Bad it Will Be?

The recent climate modeling research that examined the influence of accelerated ice melt from the Antarctic Ice Sheet (AIS) on future climate shows significant global climate effects. A team of climate scientists explains how future climate conditions could vary under...
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MoonRanger is the Lunar Rover That Will Search For Water on Moon

MoonRanger is quite the "figure." The small robotic rover, developed by the Carnegie Mellon Unversity, and its spinoff Astrobotic, has finished its preliminary design review in preparation for a mission to search for any signs of water at the Moon's...
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The ISS Successfully Avoided Space Debris: Find Out How

The astronauts on the ISS had to make a so-called "avoidance maneuver" yesterday (September 22) to ensure they would not be knocked by space debris. The news was released by NASA, urging better management of objects in our planet's orbit....
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The Arctic Greening is Influenced by Warming Temperatures, New Research Explains

Arctic summers warm, and Earth's northern landscapes are shifting. New research discovered the region has become greener, as soil temperatures and warmer air lead to enhanced plant growth.  The research, conducted by Logan Berner from the Northern Arizona University in...