JD1 is seen here as it was 13.3 billion years ago, when the universe was only four percent of its current age.
Jupiter was crucial in the development of the Earth and the Solar System. Does this finding mean that we won't find life around red dwarfs?
Research challenges conventional wisdom by suggesting that the shape of our brains may have a greater impact on our thoughts and behavior.
A new study analyzes "the nature of the true color diversity of Kuiper Belt objects," while NASA's New Horizons project remains in limbo.
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In a groundbreaking study, a team led by a professor at Ohio University, have successfully taken an X-ray of a single atom.
With temperatures reaching 2,700 degrees Celsius, the spectrum data of this gas giant's atmosphere show clear signs of water vapor.
Editing the core of a molecule is an important process for drug discovery and other chemical innovations, but it is usually a complex process. Until now.
NASA's UAP panel examines nearly 800 UFO sightings, revealing a fascinating, yet challenging journey into the realm of the unexplained.
European Union's tech chief, Margrethe Vestager, presses for a speedy formulation of an AI code of conduct. This code will serve as a temporary safeguard.