Because a modern airplane symbolizes a class-based society, researchers found air rage incidents are four times more likely to occur if there's a first-class section.
Rhododendrons were brought to the United Kingdom more than 160 years ago and are considered both historic and rare.
A team of astronomers has recently discovered three habitable alien planets that have Earth-like qualities. Interestingly, these newly discovered exoplanets are orbiting a nearby "ultracool dwarf star" called TRAPPIST-1, shedding more hints that life outside the solar system could be possible.
The historic event brought out overjoyed homecomings as well as impassioned protestors.
A pregnant woman gave birth to a healthy baby boy in the middle of a Jetstar Asia flight from Singapore to Myanmar. Because of this, the mother decided to name her son after the airline company.
PETA calls for a new age of circus wherein animals are no longer forced to perform.
The European space is agency is planning on setting up a permanent outpost on the moon. The moon village will be a base for many new innovations, science, business, mining and tourism, said the multinational agency's head John-Dietrich Woerner.
The JFK International Airport in New York, the busiest airport in the United States, is making a lot of passengers happy with a newly built special toilet designed for pets.
The Chinese recently celebrated Space Day with the proclamation of their mission to Mars. But they set their eyes for more than that. China wanted to become the next space giant and in order to make that happen, they are developing their own Space Station which is scheduled to be launched in 2018.
In preparation for NASA's journey to Mars, scientists deployed a group of mice to a space shuttle, "The Atlantis," in order to observe how long-term space living can affect the body. As a result, they found out that the mice showed signs of early liver damage upon their return to earth.
Solar Impulse 2, an experimental plane running on solar power, finally landed in Silicon Valley, completing a trans-Pacific flight without the need for fuel.
NASA recently launched their X-Planes project, which aims to produce greener and quieter jets with minimal effect to the environment.