Stormy Sea Knocks Over SpaceX Falcon Heavy Booster After Flawless Landing Off Florida’s Coast
Rough weather at sea toppled one of the three boosters used during the launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket last week. The booster landed on a platform off…
Apr 16, 2019 23:53 UTC Science Read More
Scientists Found Comet As Old As Solar System Inside of Asteroid in Antarctica
A small piece of a 3.5 million-year-old comet found stacked inside a meteorite is thought to contain secrets of how our Solar System was built.
Apr 16, 2019 23:39 UTC Science Read More
Today Should Be The Wettest Day of the Week
Today will be the wettest day of the week, with nearly 1 inch of rain in some spots. We dry out Thursday, with another outbreak of fine spring weather this…
Apr 16, 2019 23:30 UTC Science Read More
Researchers measure puncture performance of viper fangs
A team that studies how biological structures such as cactus spines and mantis shrimp appendages puncture living tissue has turned its attention to viper fangs.
Apr 16, 2019 23:10 UTC Science Read More
Owen Garriott, an Early Scientist-Astronaut, Is Dead at 88
Owen K. Garriott, one of the original scientists selected to explore the cosmos firsthand and the first astronaut to operate an interstellar ham radio station, died on…
Apr 16, 2019 21:12 UTC Science Read More
Minnesota student sues China's JD.com CEO Liu with allegation of rape
A University of Minnesota student who said she was raped last August by Richard Liu, the chief executive officer of China's e-commerce retailer JD.com Inc, filed…
Apr 16, 2019 20:35 UTC Business Read More
“A Forgotten World” –Apocalypse of the ‘Great Dying’ Gave Rise to the Dinosaurs
The evolutionary pruning shears of the Permian, a series of extinctions, including the Judgment Day at the period's close known as the Great Dying that killed off…
Apr 16, 2019 20:33 UTC Science Read More
Baby T rex goes on sale on eBay, sparking paleontologists' outcry
You wouldn't normally associate the world of dutiful natural history preservation with sporadic bursts of all-caps letters and exclamation points – or at least not…
Apr 16, 2019 19:59 UTC Science Read More
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