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Jupiter to be bigger and brighter in the night sky on...

The planet Jupiter will on Monday appear bigger and brighter than on any other night in 2019, creating great opportunities for astronomy buffs, especially...

Scientists Take First-Ever Image of a Faint Swirling Ring of Hydrogen...

Astronomers, for the first time, have snapped an image of a cool, gassy ring swirling around the supermassive black hole at the center of...

How the ancient Greeks proved Earth was round over 2,000 years...

In the mid-20th century, we began launching satellites into space that would help us determine the exact circumference of the Earth: 40,030 km. But...

International Space Station opens for rich tourists!

Attention, people with $59 million just lying around: NASA is opening the International Space Station (ISS) to adventurous tourists, and those interested don't need to hold...

Lighting is everything: Photo tricks for Instagrammers

Many foodies don't only want to enjoy delicious food, they want to post beautiful pictures of it on their social media accounts. To get the...

Special vessels are removing garbage from Thessaloniki’s Thermaic Gulf

Two special vessels have been cleaning the Thermaic Gulf in Thessaloniki since early Friday, removing garbage, even mice, that were found floating on the...

I-React is an app that could save lives during natural disasters

Natural disasters are now more frequent than ever. The threat humanity faces continues to grow in increasingly unpredictable ways. This year there has been a spike...

Most-detailed-ever simulations of black hole solve longstanding mystery

An international team has constructed the most detailed, highest resolution simulation of a black hole to date. The simulation proves theoretical predictions about the...

Dark mode on iPhones and everything else you should know about...

Apple's mobile operating system is about to hit an unlucky version number, but for anyone who enjoys dark themes on their phone, it's your...

NASA looking at “hard decisions” within its budget to pay for...

Over the last two months, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has repeatedly said the agency's ambitious new Artemis plan for sending humans to the Moon...