SPACE.COM Scientists are creating a temperature 10 billion times colder than the vacuum of space aboard the International Space Station. Here's why. 3 months
MATHEMATICS
PHYSICS
Particle Physics
ASTRONOMY
James Webb
Solar Eclipse
Space Tech
Solar System
Space Exploration
CHEMISTRY
ENGINEERING
BIOLOGY
Microbiology
Genetics
Reproduction
PALEONTOLOGY
ENVIRONMENT
Weather
Hurricane
ANTHROPOLOGY
HEALTH
Cancer
Dentistry
Dietary
Diseases
Infectology
Pharmaceuticals
Surgery
EDUCATION
ARCHEOLOGY
GEOGRAPHY
SOCIAL SCIENCE
Psychology
Geopolitics
Law & Order
Psychiatry
Sexuality
Terahertz technology creates new insight into how semiconductor lasers work
PHYS.ORG Lasers are widely used as high power sources of light operating at a specific frequency. But how does this frequency get selected when a laser is turned on,... 3 days
NASA finds a compact center in Hurricane Hector
PHYS.ORG Hurricane Hector has a small, tight center surrounded by strong storms. Infrared satellite imagery provides temperature data, and when NASA's Aqua satellite passed over Hector the coldest cloud tops circling the center... 2 weeks
Despite FDA Caution, Doctors Say Lasers May Help With Vaginal Pain And Dryness
NPR The FDA recently warned against using lasers for so-called "vaginal rejuvenation" treatments to reshape or tighten the vagina. But one kind of... 3 days
early opaque universe linked to galaxy scarcity Early Opaque Universe Linked to Galaxy Scarcity
ASTRO WATCH A team of astronomers led by George Becker at the University of California, Riverside, has made a surprising discovery: 12.5 billion years... 1 day
Surprise slow electrons are produced when intense lasers hit clusters of atoms
PHYS.ORG Scientists found that relatively slow electrons are produced when intense lasers interact with small clusters of atoms, upturning current theories. 1 week
In Just One Week, NASA Will Launch a Spacecraft to 'Touch the Sun'
SPACE.COM NASA is just a week away from launching its next science mission, a spacecraft called the Parker Solar Probe that is currently... 2 weeks
Why Is NASA Launching the Parker Solar Probe to the Sun at Night?
SPACE.COM This weekend, NASA's Parker Solar Probe will boldly go where no spacecraft has dared go before — up close and personal with... 6 days
Mapping the universe in 3-D
PHYS.ORG In 1998, scientists discovered that the universe's expansion is accelerating. Physicists don't know how or why the universe is accelerating outward, but they gave the mysterious force behind this phenomenon a name: dark energy. 1 day
Penalty kick research hits the spot
SCIENCE DAILY New research has come up with the best way to practice penalty kicks if a player favors waiting for the goalkeeper to move rather than just deciding on a spot before taking their penalty. 7 days
The Universe Is Expanding. But Astrophysicists Aren't Sure How Fast.
LIVE SCIENCE The universe's rate of expansion is in dispute, and we may need new physics to solve it. 1 week
The Universe Is Expanding. But Astrophysicists Aren't Sure How Fast.
SPACE.COM The universe's rate of expansion is in dispute, and we may need new physics to solve it. 1 week
Mathematicians solve age-old spaghetti mystery
PHYS.ORG If you happen to have a box of spaghetti in your pantry, try this experiment: Pull out a single spaghetti stick and hold it at both ends. Now bend it until it breaks. How many fragments did you... 3 days
Early opaque universe linked to galaxy scarcity
SCIENCE DAILY A team of astronomers has made a surprising discovery: 12.5 billion years ago, the most opaque place in the universe contained relatively little matter. 2 days
Terahertz technology creates new insight into how semiconductor lasers work
SCIENCE DAILY Pioneering engineers working with terahertz frequency technology have been researching how individual frequencies are selected when a laser is turned on, and how quickly the selection is made. 3 days
Neutron stars may hold an answer to neutron puzzle on Earth
PHYS.ORG According to University of Illinois physicist Douglas H. Beck, "Neutrons play some unusual roles in our world. Free neutrons decay in about 900 s but, bound... 1 day
Time saving tooling rods used on NASA's Webb Telescope sunshield
PHYS.ORG Folding and refolding bed sheets to ensure they are squared can take a lot of time. It's the same with unfurling and folding up NASA's massive James Webb... 7 days
'Ask a Spaceman' Series Brings Universe's Weirdest Mysteries to Facebook Watch
SPACE.COM The astrophysicist is in: In the new Facebook Watch series "Ask a Spaceman," pro explainer (and Space.com columnist) Paul Sutter answers your questions about the strangest... 2 days
finding the happy medium of black holes Finding the Happy Medium of Black Holes
ASTRO WATCH Scientists have taken major steps in their hunt to find black holes that are neither very small nor extremely large. Finding these... 6 days
Finding the happy medium of black holes
PHYS.ORG VIDEO This image shows data from a massive observing campaign that includes NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. These Chandra data have provided strong evidence for the existence of so-called intermediate-mass black holes (IMBHs). Combined with a... 7 days
NASA administrator supports Trump 'space force' proposal
PHYS.ORG NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine expressed full support Monday for President Donald Trump's proposed military "Space Force" but added that it will have a role separate from NASA. 2 days
Hubble Spots Massive Galaxy Cluster
SCI-NEWS.COM Galaxy clusters are some of the most massive and largest structures that can be found in the Universe. A new image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space... 3 days
NASA's Parker Solar Probe is about to lift off
PHYS.ORG At 3:33 a.m. EDT on Aug. 11, while most of the U.S. is asleep, NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida will be abuzz with excitement. At that moment, NASA's Parker... 7 days
first sls core stage flight hardware complete ready for joining First SLS Core Stage Flight Hardware Complete, Ready for Joining
ASTRO WATCH The first major piece of core stage hardware for NASA's Space Launch System rocket has been... 2 weeks
Penalty kick research hits the spot
PHYS.ORG New research from the University of Portsmouth could help UK Premiership footballers ahead of the new season, which starts tonight. 7 days
Walmart tried to make sustainability affordable—here's what happened
PHYS.ORG What a difference the birth of a granddaughter can make. 15 minutes
Shuttle Test Pilot Bob Crippen's Advice for NASA's Commercial Crews
SPACE.COM The last time NASA assigned astronauts to the first test flight of a new U.S. spacecraft — as it plans do for the first time in 40 years... 2 weeks
NASA sees major Hurricane Hector moving south of Hawaii
PHYS.ORG Hurricane Hector maintained its major hurricane status on Aug. 8 as NASA's Aqua satellite passed overhead. Infrared data from NASA's Aqua satellite provided forecasters with cloud top temperatures in Hector... 1 week
NASA assigns astronauts to SpaceX, Boeing test flights
PHYS.ORG NASA has assigned the astronauts who will ride the first commercial capsules into orbit next year and bring human launches back to the U.S. 2 weeks
These Are the Fastest Creatures on Earth But You'll Never Spot Them
LIVE SCIENCE Scientists have a plan to study the fastest creature in the world — and hope to use what they learn to build tiny robots. 6 days
NASA catches formation of fifth Atlantic depression
PHYS.ORG The fifth tropical cyclone of the North Atlantic Ocean season formed on Aug. 15, as NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite flew overhead. 22 hours
Aboriginal traditions describe the complex motions of planets, the 'wandering stars' of the sky
PHYS.ORG
Indonesia earthquake—how scrap tyres could stop buildings collapsing
PHYS.ORG
Video: NASA's NICER does the space station twist
PHYS.ORG
Medical News Today: 14 ways to lose weight without diet or exercise
MNT
Six things to know about Florida red tide
PHYS.ORG
Powerful new microscope reveals inner workings of human cells with unprecedented clarity
NEWS MEDICAL
Ten reasons teachers can struggle to use technology in the classroom
PHYS.ORG
Space-based tracker to give scientists a beyond-bird's-eye-view of wildlife
PHYS.ORG
Ebola outbreak in Congo spreads to active combat zone
NEWS MEDICAL
Water matters to metal nanoparticles
PHYS.ORG
From office windows to Mars: Scientists debut super-insulating gel
PHYS.ORG
High-speed cameras show MOMO-2 launch failure in unprecedented detail
PHYS.ORG
'Building up' stretchable electronics to be as multipurpose as your smartphone
SCIENCE DAILY
Google's DeepMind AI could soon be diagnosing eye conditions
NEWS MEDICAL
There's a reason Siri, Alexa and AI are imagined as female – sexism
PHYS.ORG