New Evidence for Controversial Theory That the Electron Is Composed of Two Particles

New Evidence for Electron’s Dual Nature Found in a Quantum Spin Liquid Results from a Princeton-led…

In 1.3 Million Years, a Star Will Come Within 24 Light-Days of the Sun – Universe Today

Using data from the Gaia Observatory, a team of Russian scientists have concluded that a star…

Solar Storm Incoming: A Particularly Intense Geomagnetic Storm Will Hit Earth on May 13

A geomagnetic storm (also known as a solar storm) with a speed of more than 1.3…

Solar Storm Incoming: A Particularly Intense Geomagnetic Storm Will Hit Earth on May 13

A geomagnetic storm (also known as a solar storm) with a speed of more than 1.3…

Solar Storm Incoming: A Particularly Intense Geomagnetic Storm Will Hit Earth on May 13

A geomagnetic storm (also known as a solar storm) with a speed of more than 1.3…

New sub-Neptune exoplanet discovered by astronomers

A team of astronomers from the Grenoble Alpes University in France and elsewhere, reports the detection…

A rare glimpse of a star before it went supernova defies expectations

A hydrogen-free supernova in a nearby galaxy appears to have come from an unusual source. Read…

‘Spaghettified’ star wrapped around a black hole spotted for the first time

Astronomers observe as a giant black hole sucks in a spaghettified star. Read more at Space.com…

There’s Evidence Volcanoes Are Still Active on Mars, Raising Chances of Recent Habitability

Evidence seems to be mounting for a geologically and volcanically active Mars. Read more at ScienceAlert…

Physicists get close to taming the chaos of the ‘three-body problem’

Physicists face three stars on collision course. Astronomers could measure their locations and velocities in nanometers…

Researchers propose repurposing tabletop sensors to search for dark matter

Scientists are certain that dark matter exists. Yet, after more than 50 years of searching, they…

The More Accurate a Clock Ticks, The More Entropy It Emits, Physicists Find

Physicists calculated the thermodynamic expense of timekeeping, tick by tick. Read more…