Sky gazers must have already set their schedule to get ready for the most awaited meteor show of the year, the Perseid Meteor Shower.
The Global Footprint Network, an international group that is up to the Earth's betterment, shared that this day is officially what they call the "Earth Overshoot Day." This means that there is not available allotted budget for human's annual consumption of Earth's renewable resource energy anymore.
For several years, people have always claimed for the existence of aliens. Often described with non-human features, these aliens are said to be existing and living somewhere outside the perimeters of the Earth. But a recent study conducted that showed the opposite: experts say no evidence has been found regarding of its existence yet.
Depression has been one of the leading health problems worldwide. Unlike other illnesses, experts have so much difficulty in managing it because of having insufficient information. Good thing a recent study was conducted shedding a light on why it manifests.
NASA has recently received an information about an asteroid that could possibly hit the Earth in 2135. Because of fear, the space organization decided to launch a probe that will help them learn more about the celestial object and the impact it can cause once it collide with Earth.
As NASA undergoes deeper research to find traces of life in planet Mars, the group was able to gather an important data about the planet that could clear out speculations of how Martian gullies were formed. According to the recent research, gullies found on Martian grounds do not have any traces of water in it.
Through the study conducted, which was published in the journal Science, the experts from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, with the help of engineers from South Korea, were able to create a solar cell that can produce synthesis gas (syngas) generated from carbon dioxide.
The study, which was conducted by Michael Delp, Professor and Dean of the college of Human Sciences at Florida State University, studied the deaths of 42 astronauts who have flew into space and 35 those who were not.
In search for other celestial objects, NASA was able to capture an intriguing star they dubbed as the "loneliest" among all the creations in space. This young star, which is called CX330, is believed to be the most isolated star in the universe with a neighbor that is about a thousand light-years away.
Another planet-hunting mission will be conducted by NASA this 2017 or 2018. As the company is scheduled to launch Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). The Satellite will roam around the deep space observing around 2,000 stars with the goal of finding possible habitable worlds.
Through a time capsule, experts were able to measure the atmospheric oxygen present in the planet's atmosphere about 815 million years ago. The result of the study showed possible clues for the origin of every creature living in this world.
One of the amazing views of nature is now circulating the web since the 2,000-degree lava from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park's Kilauea Volcano flowed down to the Pacific Ocean Tuesday. The beautiful view was last seen around August of 2013.
Sky gazers in North America has something great to look forward to this Thursday and Friday. The skies will shine bright as the Delta Aquarids create a celestial light show with an estimated of about 20 fire balls per hour.
During the meeting that was conducted by the NASA Advisory Council Tuesday, one of the important questions regarding the SpaceX's Red Dragon mission to Mars was tackled. That is when Jim Reuter, one of the company's agency deputy associate administrators, shared that the total estimated price to realize the project. That is about $320 million, way cheaper than other NASA's Mars missions.
The Ice Bucket Challenge, with a goal of raising awareness and enough money for the research study of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, started to create a buzz in social media in 2014. Now, after almost two years, the ALS Association is pleased to announce that the challenge has not been put in vain.