Post by: Matt Williams
23 Apr , 2017 by Matt Williams
A research team from WSU has created, for the first time under laboratory conditions, a fluid that behaves as if it has a negative mass.
21 Apr , 2017 by Matt Williams
For the first time ever, an international team of astronomers – using the ALMA array – have taken a clear image of an accretion disk around a young protostar.
Astronomy, Extrasolar Planets, News
20 Apr , 2017 by Matt Williams
An international team of scientists has found another rocky planet (LHS 1140b) orbiting a nearby red dwarf star. And it looks to be our best bet to date for finding a habitable exoplanet.
A new study from the Finnish Meteorological Institute shows how jettisoned hardware and Martian weather could make a dangerous combination!
19 Apr , 2017 by Matt Williams
In the week’s FISO Telecon Series, NASA engineer Michael Paul presented a novel concept for an in-situ miission to Venus.
Researchers at the LHC beauty experiment (part of CERN) announced new test results that hint at the existence of new physics.
Astronomy, Guide to Space
18 Apr , 2017 by Matt Williams
Given its extreme distance from the Sun and slow orbital speed, a year on Neptune last as long as 164.5 years here on Earth.
17 Apr , 2017 by Matt Williams
Given its considerable distance from the Sun, Saturn takes about 29.5 Earth years to complete a single orbit around the Sun.
Astronomy, Space Exploration
According to a new study by researchers from Brazil, objects accelerating through space could be subject to increased radiation exposure.
Beneath the Atlantic Ocean is the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, an geological feature that runs north-south and measures some 16,000 km (10,000 mi) in length.
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