A supermoon is a full moon that is closer to Earth than average. This November, the full moon or supermoon will be the biggest and brightest since 1948. Find out where, when and how to see November’s supermoon.
A new study revealed that the warming temperatures in the Arctic could disrupt the flow of the global nitrogen cycle, altering the natural balance between nitrogen sources and nitrogen removal.
The alarming levels of air pollution pose serious health risk, with people being exposed to high concentration every time they walk or ride a bicycle for exercise or as means of transportation. Now, a new study from the University of British Columbia has calculated how fast a person should travel to significantly reduce exposure to air pollution.
NASA’s Expedition 49 crew is preparing to plant its newest on-orbit crop in the space station to learn how to grow their own fresh food in space.
The millipede's 0.8-inch-long body is made up of an array of strange anatomy such as silk-secreting hairs, four penises that are modified from its legs and 200 pores that secrete an unknown chemical, which is probably poison to kill enemies, as suggested by the scientists.
Incidents in the Bermuda Triangle have made headlines since Vincent Gaddis coined the term in February 1964, attributing any ships or airplanes that have gone missing to the region’s supposedly paranormal properties. The waters surrounded by Miami, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda has claimed many aircraft and sea vessels and continues to seize more victims up to the present time.
A powerful solar storm hitting the Earth's magnetic sphere brightens up the night sky, producing stunning auroras that reached as far south as continental United States.
A secret meteorogical station from the time of Hitler’s Germany has been uncovered by researchers in Alexandra Land in the Arctic Circle. Dubbed the Arctic Treasure Hunter or Schatzgraber station, the site unearths hundreds of artifacts, some of them revealing new facts about the Nazi era.
The discovery of strange signals detected by two scientists has brightened the day of alien enthusiasts and researchers. However, scientists from SETI remained skeptic of the discovery, advising people to be cautious of the newest alien claim.
The maggots which are often associated with feces and dead bodies could actually provide help to sustain life.
Students at China's Southwest Petroleum University in Sichuan Province could now easily buy testing kits for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in vending machines throughout the campus.
Scientists from Washington State University and John Hopkins Medical School have discovered the potential of fats in feces as a fast, non-invasive diagnostic tool for early detection of colorectal cancer.
A paper revealing the shimmering blue peacock begonia (Begonia pavonina) in the dark rain forests of Southeast Asia has been featured in the journal Nature Plants. Adjusting to the minimal amount of sunlight that reaches it, the Begonia pavonina has adapted by developing leaves that seem to glimmer blue in the dim forests.
Many are still raising eyebrows on the concept of global warming and denying the facts that have been proliferating the global and local news. Now experts have found another proof that the earth really is warming up, and algal blooms provided the evidence.
A new study revealed that consistent small lies could alter the way on how a certain part of the brain associated to negative emotions respond to lie, desensitizing our brain in the process and encourages bigger lies in the future.