Do you want to black out, swell, burn, or freeze? Those are your options if you ever decide to step out into space without a spacesuit. Even if you are on any of the other planets in our solar system, not having a spacesuit will spell death for you in up to a couple minutes, according to the experts.
A large lake has appeared in the middle of the Tunisian desert in the midst of one of the country's worst droughts. While this may seem like a miracle to some, some experts are warning hat it may in-fact be a death trap.
A Philadelphia archaeology museum has recently uncovered the skeleton of a 6,500-year-old man in its own basement. This rediscovered specimen is a rare example of a victim during an "epic" flood around 4500 BC, earning it the name "Noah."
Astrophysicists have recently identified a new source of high-energy gamma ray emissions using NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. Stellar explosions, called novae, have been found to release a surprising amount of gamma radiation, showing just how little we know about these rays.
Researchers have managed to create a data-based "portrait" of our galaxy blowing two of the largest bubbles ever seen. The bubbles, consisting largely of gamma rays, stretch for tens of thousands of light-years above and below the Milky Way Galaxy.
A very strong but incredibly brief radio wave burst was first detected in 2007 by astronomers in Australia. Now, researchers half-a-world away have detected a burst of the exact same signature, showing that the first mysterious blast was not an instrument malfunction. However, no one has any idea what is behind this phenomenon.
As if Siberia understood that the world hasn't gotten enough of giant mysterious holes, the Sleeping Land has produced two more massive crater-like holes. In fact, one isn't even that far from the original at the "end of the world." What makes these a bit different is what the locals are saying about how they formed.