Astronomers at Chile's Atacama Large Millimeter Array, the largest radio telescope in the world, aim to double its imaging capacity by 2030.
- Miami Herald
It’s the first time a crashing rocket has created a double crater, NASA says
NASA says the cockroaches and Apollo 11 moon dust being sold at a Boston auction for $400,000 belong to the agency and are not for sale
"At the end of the day, we want to act appropriately and lawfully." Mark Zaid, an attorney for RR Auction told The AP.
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- The Conversation
Trophies made from human skulls hint at regional conflicts around the time of Maya civilization's mysterious collapse
How did military conflict fit into the end of a mighty civilization? AP Photo/Moises CastilloTwo trophy skulls, discovered by archaeologists in the jungles of Belize, may help shed light on the little-understood collapse of the once powerful Classic Maya civilization. The defleshed and painted human skulls, meant to be worn around the neck as pendants, were buried with a warrior over a thousand years ago at Pacbitun, a Maya city. They likely represent gruesome symbols of military might: war trop
United Launch Alliance is set to launch its Atlas V rocket carrying the USSF-12 mission Friday from Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
NASA will launch a rocket from the remote wilderness of northern Australia on Sunday evening, the first commercial space launch in Australia and the agency's first from a commercial spaceport. The suborbital rocket will be briefly visible seconds after the launch, scheduled for 10:44 p.m. (1344 GMT) Australian Central Standard Time, and will travel 300 kilometres (186 miles) into space. The dry Australian landscape and its closeness to the equator offer optimal conditions for space launches, said Australian National University astrophysicist Brad Tucker, who will be 400 metres from the launch pad at the Arnhem Space Centre.
Halloween of 2016 brought us a new holiday character who was more confusing than terrifying. We’re talking about David S. Pumpkins, and we still have so many questions. With his skeleton sidekicks, he made dressing like a pumpkin with a curly wig and double-holstered finger guns one of the top Halloween costumes that year. The pumpkin toadlet, however, has been dressing like a pumpkin since before recorded history. These fluorescent orange frogs are the world’s smallest and most adorable jack-o-
- The Repository
See why ancient history created a weather term we still use today.
- Tri-City Herald
She and 91 other interns will begin work next month at the University of Texas’ Center for Space Research.
- LA Times
Iran state media airs footage of the blastoff amid tensions over Tehran's nuclear program, which is racing ahead under decreasing world oversight.
- USA TODAY
If astrotourism is on your agenda for 2022, this roundup of some the best stargazing escapes in the U.S. will come in handy.
- The Telegraph
Nasa has stepped in to block the sale of cockroaches and the moon dust they were fed as part of an experiment following the 1969 Apollo 11 mission.
- Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Texas cotton farmers have planted about 96% of the state's crop. Only about 60% is in "fair" or better condition.
- Pensacola News Journal
Robotics Camp is one of IHMC’s signature community outreach efforts for students, which also includes Science Saturdays, a school-year science enrichment program, and school-year field trips.