A new storm is expected to land on the area this week and the officials concluded that the repairs might not be able to withstand it.
Three landing sites were shortlisted from the 2020 Mars mission. The mission aims to retrieve sample rocks from the red planet and return them to Earth.
Hundreds of ancient earthworks resembling the mysterious Stonehenge were found via drones in the Amazon.
The scrolls are long gone, but the discovery of a new cave
Pitch a tent outdoors to get your sleeping habits back in order.
Transportation remains to be a growing field worldwide, and South Korea refuses to be left out of the picture. Its government-run transportation research institute plans to make its own super-speed train.
The mako shark named Hell's Bay covered a total of 13,000 miles, the longest track ever documented in the Atlantic Ocean. Hell's Bay was tagged in 2015, with funding by the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation (GHOF).
Japan is not just known for their cherry blossoms, but also unique crystal-clear ice blocks that wash up only on their shores.
Billions-year-old Zircon crystals point to a long-lost continent hidden beneath Mauritius.
2017 is turning out to be an exciting year in the field of transportation. The Airbus Group plans to test a prototype of its self-piloted flying car as a way to avoid gridlock by the end of 2017. This was confirmed by the group's chief executive officer.
The French Polynesia has signed a memorandum of understanding with California's Seasteading Institute in San Francisco on Friday, which is aimed at building the world's first autonomous floating city.
A recent move to ban self-driving cars for at least 50 years is the most recent sign that some people who drive for a living are threatened by the appearance of self-driving cars.
After missing at the end of 2016, the oldest known orca, nicknamed "Granny", is now officially considered dead by the Center for Whale Research.
The sinking of the Titanic, perhaps the largest ship ever built, has been one of the most historic occurrences of modern time. However, recent evidence suggests an emormous fire did much of the damage to the ship before it hit the gigantic iceberg.
The new Star Wars film, Rogue One, has hit the cinemas, and many people are probably rewatching and re-living the entire collection to backtrack on its history. Along with this, fans may have been digitally revisiting the popular planets and galaxies featured in the film series, including Tatooine, the woods of Endor, and the ice world Hoth.