Scientists Explore Sunken WWII Shipwreck in California
Scientists led an underwater expedition to explore the sunken USS Independence sitting at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean near the coast of Northern California.
Japan Will Make Medals Out Of Recycled Smartphones for 2020 Olympics
Japan is already preparing for the 2020 Olympics, and organizers have decided to use e-wastes to create gold, silver and bronze medals.
NASA Interns Test Aircraft That Could One Day Fly the Martian Skies
A group of NASA interns successfully flew a prototype of an aircraft that could one day fly to Mars and send information back to Earth.
ESA’s Proba-3 Satellite to Create its Own Solar Eclipse
A new ESA satellite will be launching in 2019 to study the sun’s corona by creating its own small-scale solar eclipse.
Viral Infections are More Dangerous in the Morning
A new study suggests that viruses are more dangerous if the infection occurs in the early hours of the day.
Zika Update: Gulf States are at Risk for Zika, NIH Warns
Health authorities warn that the Gulf Coast states are increasingly at risk of a Zika virus outbreak.
U.S. Tornadoes Shifting Southeast, Could Be Due to Climate Change
Researchers found that the center of tornado activity in the U.S. has shifted direction due to climate change.
SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Proudly Stands on Display In Hawthorne HQ
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket - the first rocket that successfully landed on its own – is displayed like a Space Age monument for all the world to see in the company’s headquarters in Hawthorne.
Parasite Outbreak Plagues Arizona Swimming Pools
Diarrhea-causing parasite called cryptosporidium are contaminating several swimming pools in Phoenix, Arizona, affecting over 100 people since the parasite was first reported earlier in August.
Rising Sea Levels Could Actually Benefit Coral Reefs, Scientists Say
Researchers have found that rising sea levels could significantly lower water temperatures around coral reefs and help reduce coral bleaching.
Photograph Shows How the Perseid Meteor Shower Looked Like Around the Globe
Students at Florida Institute of Technology captured time-lapse images of the Perseid meteor shower from a network of specialized cameras from different countries around the globe.
NASA Test-Fires Engine for ‘Most Powerful Rocket in the World’
NASA conducted a development test of the RS-25 rocket engine, which will power the new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket for the agency’s Mars expedition.
WATCH: Forensic Experts Bring Ancient Egyptian Mummy 'Back to Life'
The 2,000-year-old head of a mummified Egyptian woman was reconstructed using forensic sculpture and modern scanning and printing technology.
‘Secret Clocks’ In Tree-Rings Could Date Events From Thousands of Years Ago
Scientists at Oxford University said that “time markers” in trees that grew during intense radiation bursts could help date events across the ancient world.