Space & Earth

96-Year-Old Ramjit Raghav
96-Year-Old Dad Is World's Oldest New Papa; How Does He Do 'It'?
Oct 17, 2012 14:32 PM E
An incredible medical miracle, 96-year-old Ramjit Raghav sets the record as the world's oldest new dad.
Plastic
Mars Rover Curiosity's Littering Leads To Discovery Of New Unknown Particles
Oct 17, 2012 13:14 PM E
According to scientists, the Curiosity rover's littering might have led to a groundbreaking discovery.
KOI-500 Planetary System
Star KOI-500 Is The Tiniest Planetory System Yet; How Does It Compare To Our Solar System? [IMAGES]
Oct 16, 2012 11:37 AM E
Five orbiting planets all circle KOI-500 from a distance 12 times closer than the Earth's distance to our sun
Felix Baumgartner
Watch Felix Baumgartner's Jump: New POV Video From Head Cam Shows Descent From Space [VIDEO]
Oct 15, 2012 17:46 PM E
Felix Baumgartner had a camera attached to his suit yesterday for his historic and record breaking flight from space. Now, you can see the point of view footage from a camera attached to Baumgartner himself.
Felix Baumgartner
Who is Felix Baumgartner, The Daredevil That Completed The Red Bull Stratos Jump?
Oct 15, 2012 10:13 AM E
Felix Baumgartner stunned the world on Sunday when he set a world record by completing his Red Bull Stratos Jump, but who is he?
Diamond Planet
Diamond Planet Larger Than Earth; About Alien Planet 55 Cancri E
Oct 11, 2012 14:04 PM E
Orbiting a star visible to the naked eye is a planet twice the size of Earth and made entirely out of diamond
The International Space Station
Sarah Brightman Space Tour: 5 Things That Could Kill Her [VIDEO]
Oct 11, 2012 13:04 PM E
Sarah Brightman, the internationally renowned soprano singer, has announced plans to go into space thanks to Russia’s exclusive “Big Bags Of Cash For Space Travel” program. Big bags of cash are no problem for Brightman, one of the wealthiest crossover performers in the world, but she’s going to have a lot of other things to worry about before goi...
Dinosaur
Newly Found Spiked Dinosaur ‘Would Be Nice Pet’
Oct 03, 2012 12:15 PM E
A new dinosaur from South Africa may have looked scary, but would have been ideal to have as a pet
Asteroid
Want To Fight Global Warming? Use An Asteroid
Oct 01, 2012 09:50 AM E
As the consequences of global warming and climate change become more apparent, researchers are looking for novel ways to offset the potentially devastating effects. But one new suggestion is really out there -- in space, that is.
Curiosity
NASA Curiosity Finds Water Evidence: Does Mars Contain Life?
Sep 28, 2012 09:40 AM E
NASA's Curiosity Mars rover has discovered the most recent evidence that water once existed on Mars.
Statue
Ancient Statue Discovered By Nazis Is From Outer Space, Study Finds
Sep 27, 2012 12:11 PM E
An ancient Buddhist statue discovered by Nazis in the 1930s is from outer space, according to a new study
Earthquake
Baja Earthquake Measures 6.2
Sep 26, 2012 10:00 AM E
Baja California was struck by a magnitude 6.2 earthquake on Tuesday, shaking the area
X-37B
Air Force To Launch Secretive X-37B Plane In October
Sep 25, 2012 09:35 AM E
The U.S. military's secretive space plane, the X-37B, is scheduled to blast off again next month for its third test, Air Force officials said. The plane will test the craft's ability to be reused, and officials said the spacecraft could land in Florida, on the runway once used for NASA space shuttles.
Antarctica
How A Giant Meteor Caused The Ice Age
Sep 19, 2012 14:34 PM E
A huge meteor collided with Earth 2.5 million years ago, causing a gigantic tsunami that swallowed everything in its path. But according to a new study, published in the Journal of Quaternary Science, the meteor impact may have had a much larger effect on the planet -- it may have ushered in the ice age.
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