Tech & Science
The 2015 BZ509 asteroid orbits the sun in the opposite direction to everything else in the solar system.
Scientists think these particles might be useful for computers, solar cells and medical applications.
Only three American franchises feature in the top 20 most-followed sports teams on Twitter.
"Laze" is a combination of toxic hydrochloric acid fumes, steam and fine volcanic glass-like particles, which is formed when hot lava hits the ocean.
As North Korea teases deals with the U.S. and South Korea, its hackers are infecting defectors' smartphones, a cybersecurity firm has warned.
China also has its sights set on asteroids, Mars and the Jupiter system.
Beautiful, but dangerous.
In 2014-2016, Ebola killed more than 11,000 people.
Solo: A Star Wars Story looks follows the adventures of a young Han Solo.
The technology interferes with the natural compass of some birds and insects.
The ExoMars Rover will drill more than six feet underground to search for organic material.
The test photo includes more than 200,000 stars.
Researchers used cameras on board the Hubble Space Telescope to capture ultraviolet and visible pictures of the nearby galaxies.
Thoughts and plans to commit suicide haven't been this prevalent in teens since the 1980s.
The new algorithm is more accurate than current methods to predict health outcomes.
The rocket will also carry a Dutch radio antenna designed to catch faint celestial signals from the early days of the universe.
The new research also found an increasing amount of young people abstaining from substances altogether.
The website’s four alleged owners stand accused of running a “pay-for-removal scheme” attempting to profit from arrestees’ humiliation.
Only a few such emissions have ever been observed.
Mosquito saliva may be increasing the severity of diseases.
Local police confirmed: “We hope there was no public alarm today as there were no reports of zombies anywhere."
In a presentation in L.A. this week, Boring Company execs Elon Musk and Steve Davis made a sales pitch for the "weird little Disney ride in the middle of L.A."
A similar mutation was found in a small population of humans, and may have the same protective effect.
Several lawmakers sparred with Dr. Philip Duffy, a leading climate scientist.
Other comments during his town hall touched on how discrimination will fare in his agency, the risks of human spaceflight and the fate of the agency's next major telescope.
The matter will be cooled to just above absolute zero, or minus 459.67 degrees Fahrenheit.
The BepiColombo spacecraft will be frozen, toasted and exposed to intense radiation on its way to the planet.
Some suggest that a head transplant may cause recipients to go insane and “decay into madness.”
Tim Flach’s striking portraits of animals sought to highlight the similarities between humans and the natural world. In his latest work, he used the same method to draw attention to our effects on it.
"We see a distinctive pattern of the wet land areas of the world getting wetter...and the dry areas in between getting dryer."