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Scientists Propose Existence and Interaction of Parallel Worlds


Image credit Griffith University academics just published a radical paper based on the existence of, and interactions between, parallel universes.

Hubble Spies Faint Light From “Ghost” Galaxies


Abell 2744, also known as Pandora’s Cluster, takes on a haunting look with artificially starlight Image Credit: NASA/ESA/IAC/HFF Team, STScI Tonight, all hallows eve, take comfort in the fact that not all ghosts are spirits of the dead that walk among us.

Guess the Spooky Science Photo


This picture was taken by astronomers of a solar analemma, though at first glance it looks like an overexposed mistake.

Astronomy Photo of the Day (APotD): 10/31/14 — Jack-o-Lantern Sun


Composite of sunspots (Credit: NASA/GSFC/SDO) The Sun was clearly in a festive mood when it flared up earlier this month, allowing NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory to capture images that, when combined, turn the Sun into an immensely large (and equally hot) jack-o’-lantern.

How To Make A Rocket For Less Than A Dollar

Learn how to make a hobby rocket called  “sugar motors” in the video below. It is made using sugar and kitty litter, which is really rather inexpensive.

Comet Smells Like Urine, ESA Scientists Reveal


Image credit: Rosetta If you could smell this comet, you would probably wish that you hadn’t. ESA scientists have discovered the smell of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67P/C-G): rotten eggs, horse urine and formaldehyde.

Astronomy Photo of the Day (APotD): 10/30/14 — The Milky Way & Devils Tower


Image Credit: David Lane (Used With Permission) In this stunning image — captured by David Lane (from “Dave Lane Astrophotography”), who also took one of our favorite featured APotDs of all time — we see the light from billions of stars illuminating the sky above Devils Tower.

Would Aliens Spot Our Planet from the Star System Nearby? NASA Answers on Reddit


Artist’s rendition of alien worlds. Image by mKalty If we were aliens, would we be able to detect Earth using the technology we have now?

New Solar Power Material Converts 90% of Light into Heat


Nellis Solar Power Plant. The power plant occupies 140 acres, contains about 70,000 solar panels and generates 14 megawatts of solar power.

New Sloar Power Material Converts 90% of Light into Heat


Nellis Solar Power Plant. The power plant occupies 140 acres, contains about 70,000 solar panels and generates 14 megawatts of solar power.

Scientists Resurrect 700 Year-Old Virus


An ice core containing ancient caribou feces. It contains caribou DNA, digested plants, and ancient viruses.

Planet-forming “Lifeline” Lurks in a Binary Star System


Artist rendering of a binary star system (Image Credit: Cheongho Han, Chungbuk National University, Republic of Korea) Using the European Southern Observatory (ESO)’s Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array (ALMA), researchers have detected a never-before-seen gas stream being flung towards a binary star system, by its massive outer disk.

The 16 Year-Old Who Invented A Material That Could Change Our World

Last year, wanting to reduce pollution in her home city of Istanbul, Elif manufactured a new environmentally-friendly bioplastic that uses banana peels – an organic material – instead of traditional petroleum sources.

How to See Time Travel (With Less Than 30 USD)

One of the most fascinating angles of science fiction is time travel. I mean, Doctor Who (and his wacky, time traveling hijinks) has remained a relevant pop culture fixture for more than half a century now (bar a few years here and there)..

How to See Time Travel (With Less Than 30 USD)

One of the most fascinating angles of science fiction is time travel. I mean, Doctor Who (and his wacky, time traveling hijinks) has remained a relevant pop culture fixture for more than half a century now (bar a few years here and there)..

Astronomy Photo of the Day (APotD): 10/29/14 — Jupiter’s Eye


Jupiter, the fifth planet from the Sun, is an immensely large place, with various fascinating moons. However, when it comes to Jupiter itself, the most interesting thing about the largest planet is its great red spot.

Orbital Sciences: Antares Explosion Occurs Shortly After Launch Attempt (UPDATE)


Image Credit NASA Unfortunately, earlier today (Oct. 28, 2014) an unmanned, 200-million-dollar Antares rocket exploded shortly after liftoff. The Antares was responsible for ferrying Orbital Science’s ‘Cygnus; spacecraft into orbit to carry 5,000 lbs.

Orbital Sciences: Antares Explosion Occurs Shortly After Launch Attempt (UPDATE)


Image Credit NASA Unfortunately, earlier today (Oct. 28, 2014) an unmanned, 200-million-dollar Antares rocket exploded shortly after liftoff. The Antares was responsible for ferrying Orbital Science’s ‘Cygnus; spacecraft into orbit to carry 5,000 lbs.

Orbital Sciences: Antares Explosion Occurs Shortly After Launch Attempt (UPDATE)


Image Credit NASA Unfortunately, earlier today (Oct. 28, 2014) an unmanned, 200-million-dollar Antares rocket exploded shortly after liftoff. The Antares was responsible for ferrying Orbital Science’s ‘Cygnus; spacecraft into orbit to carry 5,000 lbs.

Orbital Sciences: Antares Explosion Occurs Shortly After Launch Attempt (UPDATE)


Image Credit NASA Unfortunately, today (Oct. 28, 2014) at 6:22 PM EST an unmanned Antares rocket, which was on its way to resupply the International Space Station (ISS), exploded shortly after liftoff. The Antares was responsible for ferrying Orbital Science’s Cygnus spacecraft into orbit, and with it a payload of 5,000 lbs.


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