“Chance of Impact 100%” – Fifth Asteroid Ever Discovered Before Impact

Most asteroids that have impacted Earth were discovered many years, often many millions of years, after…

A Dead Rocket Just Crashed Into the Moon, and Scientists Are Thrilled

The impact likely obliterated the chunk of space junk in a white hot explosion. Read more…

Room-Temperature Superconductivity Achieved for the First Time

Physicists have reached a long-sought goal. The catch is that their room-temperature superconductor requires crushing pressures…

Webb Telescope reaches major milestone: All its light is in one place

A single dot means we’re nearly halfway through focusing the telescope. Read more at Ars Technica…

Breaking Cosmology: Too Many Disk Galaxies – “A Significant Discrepancy Between Prediction and Reality”

A study by the University of Bonn: Observations fit poorly with the Standard Model of Cosmology.…

For The First Time, a Lone Black Hole Has Been Found Wandering The Milky Way

Like an ancient cardigan, the Milky Way should be absolutely riddled with black holes. Read more…

A strange object in space is blasting out radio waves every 18 minutes

Something extraordinarily bright in space is pulsing far slower than most similar cosmic objects, and it…

BOOM! A New Kind of Supernova Has Been Discovered

We often think of supernova explosions as inevitable for large stars. Big star runs out of…

Unknown objects at the heart of Milky Way are sending Earth signals

Researchers detected radio waves coming from objects at the center of the Milky Way, and then…

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Drilled Holes Into Mars, And Found Something Very Strange

As it’s the foundation for all life on Earth, discovering carbon on other planets always gets…

Record-breaking supernova manages to “X-ray” the entire Universe

The first supernova ever discovered through its X-rays has an enormously powerful engine at its core.…

AI makes it possible to simulate 25 billion water molecules at once

Computer simulations of clouds of atoms and molecules must always trade scale for accuracy, but a…