- Scientific American7 days ago
Discerning such a minuscule bump on a planet orbiting a distant star might seem laughably impossible, but two astronomers have proposed a way to detect mountains and other surface features on ...
- The Sun5 days ago
SPACEX has tonight launched Nasa's new satellite which is searching for Earth-like planets outside the solar system - with potential alien life. A Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Florida's ...
- The Telegraph via Yahoo News5 days ago
Nasa on Wednesday blasted off its newest planet-hunting spacecraft, Tess, a $337 million satellite that aims to scan 85 percent of the skies for cosmic bodies where life may exist. The washing ...
- CBS Philadelphia1 day ago
In honor of Earth Day, families filled the campus of Rowan University for a day of scientific fun.
- Peninsula Clarion14 hours ago
“Observe and contemplate,’’ says Madeleine L’Engle, and so did a small band of planetgazers on March 25th, shivering around two telescopes positioned in the parking area of the Challenger ...
- Time Magazine5 days ago
- Polygon Games6 days ago
The comet barreling through the sky, newly placed telescopes around Tilted Towers and an unusual abundance of loot was placed at the Towers’ base all seemed to support the theory that ...
- Houston Chronicle21 hours ago
For centuries, most lenses for telescopes, glasses and other optical equipment have been manufactured by grinding glass into a rough curved shape and then polishing it to cleanly and ...
- Norwalk Reflector7 days ago
“In two seconds you could see things that were a hundred thousand to a million times fainter than what you could see with your naked eye,” said Ricker, the mission’s principal investigator.
Long-awaited plan for San Gabriel Mountains National Monument limits new mining and energy developmentLos Angeles Times4 days ago
The U.S. Forest Service management plan, released Thursday, prioritizes environmental protection over economic development and, in some cases, recreational access in the largest wilderness in Los Angeles County.