It will take decades to sift through the reams of data from Cassini’s 13-year Saturn mission, but NASA researchers have just revealed some new insights.
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Devil rays are mysterious sea creatures that are rarely seen in the wild. With their population dwindling, biologists are racing to learn more about these rays before they disappear.
To prevent mega-wildfires from spiraling out of control, technicians set landscapes ablaze on purpose.
The U.S. and Russia have announced plans to put a new structure in the orbit of the moon. What will it look like?
Researchers have pinpointed a "smoking gun" behind the phenomenon of the sun's atmosphere being thousands of degrees hotter than the solar surface.
Previously undetected matter was found in the form of gas filaments between galaxies, which is a major step toward explaining the structure of the cosmos.
Boston-based Freight Farms has developed what it calls the Leafy Green Machine, a method for vertical, hydroponic farming inside a shipping container.
Breaking the sound barrier is considered one of the greatest achievements of aviation, but how exactly did we manage to do it?
When soldiers are allowed to build rapport with artificially intelligent interviewers in otherwise anonymous interviews, they become much more likely to report signs of PTSD.
Hundreds of birds found in Rust Belt museum collections provide further evidence of the poor air quality that came from coal burning over the past 135 years.
The planet was nearly a snowball during the Carboniferous Period about 300 million years ago, when forests died and slowly transformed into coal.
As volcanoes in Bali and Vanuatu force over 150,000 people to evacuate, a new study aims to raise awareness of the hazards within eruption-prone areas.
Research into the so-called nocebo effect sheds light on the complicated mind-body connection behind our perception of pain.
Hate needles? Researchers may have found a way to combine all the vaccines you'll ever need into a single shot. Here's how it works.
The process that triggers sleep during periods of boredom also offers a pathway for developing less addictive, more therapeutic sleep aids.
Sclera staining involves injecting ink into the whites of the eye, which the American Academy of Ophthalmology says can cause injury and even blindness.
Genetic analysis of Homo sapiens buried together 34,000 years ago found they were not closely related, despite likely living within a small group.
Integrating economics and psychology, Richard Thaler showed how limited rationality and self-control affect economic decisions and market outcomes.