Trump gets global warning sign from super moon Trump gets global warning sign from super moon
James Smith - Nov 21, 2016
U.S. President Elect Donald Trump is getting a warning sign about global warming from the new super moon.
NASA accused of faking the rover Mars landing as well NASA accused of faking the rover Mars landing as well
David Sims - Nov 21, 2016
NASA has been accused of faking landing rovers on Mars much in the same way they were attacked with faking the moon landing.
Dino ending asteroid may have punctured the earth's crust Dino ending asteroid may have punctured the earth's crust
James Smith - Nov 20, 2016
The asteroid that led to the extinction of dinosaurs may have resulted in a much bigger impact than first thought.
Expedition 50/51 crew arrives at International Space Station Expedition 50/51 crew arrives at International Space Station
Jeremy Morrow - Nov 19, 2016
The crew of Expedition 51 arrived on the International Space Station on Saturday.
Peggy Whitson becomes oldest woman to space travel Peggy Whitson becomes oldest woman to space travel
Carmelo Sheppard - Nov 18, 2016
NASA astronaut, Peggy Whitson, became the oldest woman to travel in space on Friday.
U.S. interest in space flight sky rocketing U.S. interest in space flight sky rocketing
Cliff Mooneyham - Nov 15, 2016
Space flight is gaining new interest in the United States of America.
Comet impact 'linked' to rise of mammals Comet impact 'linked' to rise of mammals
Cliff Mooneyham - Nov 03, 2016
The timing of the comet coincides with the rise of mammals almost perfectly.
The ancient Greeks may have built the Chinese Terra Cotta army The ancient Greeks may have built the Chinese Terra Cotta army
Jason Spencer - Nov 03, 2016
Scientists are suggesting that the ancient Greeks may have helped build the Chinese Terra Cotta warriors.
Climate change doubles the size of western forest fires, and bound to get worse Climate change doubles the size of western forest fires, and bound to get worse
Clint Huston - Nov 03, 2016
The study revealed that the dryness and aridity causes these massive blazes.
Anthropologists sound off on ancient footprints found at Mountain of God Anthropologists sound off on ancient footprints found at Mountain of God
Cliff Mooneyham - Nov 03, 2016
The anthropological team that uncovered dawn of man footprints in Tanzania is giving insight into the find.
New Moon Craters Are Appearing Faster Than Thought New Moon Craters Are Appearing Faster Than Thought
Clint Huston - Nov 03, 2016
The new technology suggests that the moon craters have increased by almost 33 percent.
Private space stations may be in orbit by 2020 Private space stations may be in orbit by 2020
Tyler Henderson - Nov 03, 2016
Private business owned space stations may take flight by the year 2020.
Several nations agree to cap use of pollutant HFC Several nations agree to cap use of pollutant HFC
Jose Jefferies - Nov 03, 2016
It has been reported that several nations have agreed to a deal that will cut down on global HFC's.
The Hunter's Moon to appear full on Friday The Hunter's Moon to appear full on Friday
Sam Klein - Nov 03, 2016
The full Hunter's Moon is set to rise in the early hours of Saturday October, 16.
Scientific community shocked that LIGO did not win Nobel Prize in Physics Scientific community shocked that LIGO did not win Nobel Prize in Physics
Cliff Mooneyham - Oct 12, 2016
Many are wondering why the Nobel Prize in Physics was not awarded to work done on gravitational waves.
Mars-off heating up between Space-X, NASA, Boeing and others Mars-off heating up between Space-X, NASA, Boeing and others
Adam Widmer - Oct 12, 2016
The race to Mars is heating up with multiple high powered players angling for first contact.
Proxima B could be covered in water Proxima B could be covered in water
Cliff Mooneyham - Oct 12, 2016
The Dwarf star is estimated to only produce one tenth of our sun's heat.
Alligators demand baby sacrifice for protection Alligators demand baby sacrifice for protection
Ian Marsh - May 01, 2016
The birds give birth to more chicks than they can care for.
MIT develop smallest solar-cell MIT develop smallest solar-cell
Ian Marsh - Apr 27, 2016
It also does not require any further maintenance such as washing or being taken off from the vacuum during fabrication.
MIT now able to predict killer waves MIT now able to predict killer waves
Alex Bourque - Apr 25, 2016
They study the intensity and energy level and note the energy exchange rate between the waves of water.
Amazon reuses a launched booster for the first time ever Amazon reuses a launched booster for the first time ever
Craig Hall - Feb 26, 2016
It's extremely difficult to reland a rocket booster, with Bezos comparing it to balancing a pencil on a finger.