Fish are filmed more than 8,000m down in the Mariana Trench – the deepest place on Earth. —> Read More Here
The Kepler space telescope, which cost some $600 million, was feared to be at the end of its useful life in 2013. But NASA says it just found another exoplanet.
Shrinking the bubbles generated by ships could counteract the impact of climate change, a study suggests. —> Read More Here
A new study suggests that the thin, hot gas around Jupiter’s moon Europa does not show evidence of plume activity occurring in 2001, when NASA’s Cassini spacecraft flew past.
The first global maps of atmospheric carbon dioxide from NASA’s new Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 mission demonstrate its performance and promise.
NASA’s planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft makes a comeback with the discovery of the first exoplanet found using its new mission — K2.
Brief bursts of intense energy occur inside thunderstorms 1,000 times a day around the world, new research shows. Continue reading → —> Read More Here
NASA’s Kepler space telescope has detected its first new extrasolar planet after mission engineers were able to save the mission from a premature death after two of the exoplanet hunter’s four stabilizing reaction wheels failed last year. —> Read More Here
It can’t be an easy to officiate a sport fairly, especially in games with tens of thousands of rabid fans loving or hating every call. Science thinks there’s even some evidence officials subconsciously lose their impartiality toward the home team. —> Read More Here
We all know that exercise can make us fitter and reduce our risk for illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. But just how, from start to finish, a run or a bike ride might translate into a healthier life has remained baffling.
Now new research reports that the answer may lie, in part, in our DNA. Exercise, a new study finds, changes the shape and functioning of our genes, an important stop on the way to improved health and fitness. —> Read More Here