How to watch live as NASA and SpaceX team up for a historic crewed launch

At 4: 33 p.m. ET today, a timeless scene might return (weather condition allowing) to Cape Canaveral after a nine-year hiatus. 2 astronauts will put on flight matches, climb... Read more »

Japan ends its state of emergency | Science

Concerns that crowded commuter trains in Japan would assist spread out COVID-19 have, up until now, not been recognized. EDGARD GARRIDO/REUTERS/Newscom Science’s COVID-19 reporting is supported by the Pulitzer... Read more »

Conservation of momentum

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This counts right?

This counts right? Read more »

How the Earth’s north celestial pole changes over time. (Sped up 10^11x). Details in comments.

How the Earth’s north celestial pole changes over time. (Sped up 10^11x). Details in remarks. Read more »

Who blood is for

Who blood is for Read more »

Solving the space junk problem

IMAGE: A computer-generated image representing space particles as might be seen from high Earth orbit. The 2 primary particles fields are the ring of things in geosynchronous Earth orbit and... Read more »

What Is Beautiful? – A Scientific Look

The response to the “What is beautiful?” concern has actually altered a lot of times throughout the years. What was when thought about stunning might no longer be what... Read more »

Court rules ‘Dueling Dinos’ belong to landowners, in a win for science | Science

A court judgment clarified ownership of the “Dueling Dinosaurs.” Part of the specimen is revealed here at auction.  AP Photo/Seth Wenig A legal legend that threatened to overthrow fossil... Read more »

Scientists solve half-century-old magnesium dimer mystery

This chart reveals the group’s extremely precise ab initio computations in red, dotted lines relative to the speculative LIF spectrum of Mg2, marked in black. Credit: Piecuch Lab Magnesium... Read more »