Friday, February 23, 2018

A new image of stars in the Milky Way and neighboring galaxies from the Gaia telescope after 14 months of scanning the sky. The stripes and other artifacts will gradually...

Water isn’t just water. That is, a stream might seem like a single, cohesive flow, but it’s really a confluence from different sources. Each flows through different paths, carries different...

It’s about time that I added to my list of science communication rules. Previously, I described Rule 1: “You can’t be 100 percent correct, but you can be 100 percent...

Make it. Shake it. Break it. That’s the three-part refrain of dark-matter detectives, including Tracy Slatyer, a theoretical physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Quanta Magazine About Original story reprinted with permission from...

This story originally appeared on Mother Jones and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. “Put that coffee down,” Alec Baldwin growls at an underling in Glengarry Glen Ross. “Coffee’s for closers only.” According to...

Last night, a brief earthquake swarm rattled the caldera at Katla in southern Iceland. The largest earthquakes were over M4, ranging from a few kilometers deep to near the surface...

Dolphins think they’re so cool, jumping and spinning all over the ocean. That’s because, well … OK, they are pretty cool. But the aptly named river dolphin of the Amazon...

Besides being the birthplace of #Phelpsface, the Green Pool, and...

After the Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted in Iceland in 2010, flight cancellations left Miranda Cheng stranded in Paris. While waiting for the ash to clear, Cheng, then a postdoctoral researcher at...

Dolphins think they’re so cool, jumping and spinning all over the ocean. That’s because, well … OK, they are pretty cool. But the aptly named river dolphin of the Amazon...
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