NASA announced a major exoplanet discovery, Trappist-1, the first known system of seven Earth-size planets around a single star.
NASA’s EM Drive, or Electromagnetic Drive, defies Newton’s Third Law of Physics… but somehow it just keeps working in studies. It’s finally passed NASA’s peer review.
Science is ever-changing. Some of the coolest things happening now include sponge batteries, mars missions, private space stations, solar roads, glowing paths, and bleeding veggies burgers, oh my!
A lunar eclipse will occur tonight at the same time as a super blood moon, making for spectacular viewing. But when will the next lunar eclipse happen?
A rare supermoon lunar eclipse will occur on Sunday, September 27, 2015. Here is info about when it will happen and where you can see it.
A video of what is described as a “400,000 volt short” catching fire at what appears to be a power plant looks like a demon god has been summoned.