The science of carbon dioxide and climate

The science of carbon dioxide and climate

The vast majority of scientists around the world agree that our climate is changing at a faster rate than ever recorded in human history because of our use of fuels such as coal and...
April 1961: Yuri Gagarin makes first manned space flight

April 1961: Yuri Gagarin makes first manned space flight

On 12th April 1961 Major Yuri Alexeyevich Gagarin became the first human in space and the first person to orbit the Earth. The Vostok-1 spacecraft blasted off from the Baikonur launch site at 06:07...
NASA's Cassini mission comes to a fiery end

NASA’s Cassini mission comes to a fiery end

After a 20-year voyage around Saturn, NASA's Cassini spacecraft has completed its mission with a final plunge into the planet's atmosphere. At around 7:31 AM eastern time, the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft disintegrated and plunged into Saturn,...
Study: Antarctic Glacial Melt May Be Irreversible Causing Sea Rise

Study: Antarctic Glacial Melt May Be Irreversible Causing Sea Rise

A glacier the size of Florida is melting much faster than expected and may soon trigger a 50cm, or 19.6 inches, rise in sea level, according to a new NASA-funded study published online by...
Researchers observe complex tunable magnetism in a topological material

Researchers observe complex tunable magnetism in a topological material

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory have observed novel helical magnetic ordering in the topological compound EuIn2As2 which supports exotic electrical conduction tunable by a magnetic field. The discovery has significant...
Shark proof wetsuit material could help save lives, Says New Study

Shark proof wetsuit material could help save lives, Says New Study

A new wetsuit material tested by Flinders marine researchers can help reduce blood loss caused by shark bites, to reduce injuries and prevent the leading cause of death. The study published in Plos One tested...
Study: NASA examines tropical storm Mangga in infrared light

Study: NASA examines tropical storm Mangga in infrared light

NASA's Aqua satellite used infrared light to provide forecasters with a look at the temperatures of the cloud tops in Tropical Storm Mangga. Mangga, formerly known as 27S, is moving through the Southern Indian Ocean....
Scientists find early evidence of horse milk consumption

Scientists find early evidence of horse milk consumption

Scientists have identified proteins from horse milk in the teeth of people who lived in the grasslands of Mongolia more than 3,000 years ago. The research team uncovered the evidence embedded in the dental plaque...
Study: NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover Gets Its Wheels and Air Brakes

Study: NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover Gets Its Wheels and Air Brakes

Final assembly and testing of NASA's Perseverance rover continues at Kennedy Space Center in Florida as the July launch window approaches. In some of the last steps required prior to stacking the spacecraft components...
Study: Fish reef domes a boon for environment, recreational fishing

Study: Fish reef domes a boon for environment, recreational fishing

In a boost for both recreational fishing and the environment, new UNSW research shows that artificial reefs can increase fish abundance in estuaries with little natural reef. Researchers installed six humanmade reefs per estuary studied...

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