NASA's James Web Space Telescope can detect biological planets
NASA will dispatch the most impressive telescope to any point in space. The James Webb Space Telescope will want to concentrate on planets outside our planetary group with unrivaled detail, including verifying whether their atmospheres give any sign that a planet is a home to live as far as we might be concerned.Read full story
How Big Is The Universe Really?
Earth’s surface is close to 200 million square miles in total, with a circumference of over 24,000 miles at the equator and a population nearing eight billion. As big as this might sound to humans, however, it’s absolutely nothing in the grand scheme of things. The universe is incomprehensibly vast, and there’s no clear consensus on exactly how far it stretches.Read full story
Have scientists just proven that light creates matter?
The universe is a vast expanse full of untold mystery and endless surprise but, in the twenty-first century, we might finally be beginning to understand its innermost workings. We might finally be getting to grips with why some things are and some things aren’t.Read full story
How NASA's new telescope solves dark energy
Say hello to the universe. It’s inconceivably vast and mostly unknown, but ever since humans first looked up at the stars, we’ve been fascinated by the majesty and mystery of it.Read full story
Why not visit Antarctica?
And so, it’s long been a place for researchers and explorers, venturing out into the frozen wasteland in search of adventure and scientific knowledge. But for the average person, it’s a largely unknown landmass, glimpsed second-hand only. The apparently restricted access surrounding Antarctica has led many to believe that the continent is off-limits which has inspired more than a few conspiracy theories.Read full story
What are the future solar cities going to look like?
Solar punk is a sci-fi futuristic view that sees our world and technology as powered by solar. It is a future that is broken away from the fossil-fueled ways of the past and a future that connects humans, technology, and nature together.Read full story
Future of Mars: How to get accepted by NASA for the mission to mars
Antarctica Martian astronaut training takes place on Earth aboard the Mars training space station and concludes at the lunar base formed life, then life on earth could have been seeded by life on Mars, making every life form on earth descend from Martians near the grass. Tyson: A self-sustaining city on Mars ensures the continuation of the life of all species. Research Source.Read full story