New 'superviscous' layer found in Earth's mantle 930 miles deep #dailymail
New layer discovered in Earth's mantle: 'Superviscous' region that is five quintillion times thicker than peanut butter found
Rumors Flying Nearly as Fast as Their Subject: Have Gravitational Waves Been Detected?
'Screams' of dead stars captured for first time: Zombie stellar bodies are leaving a mass grave of white dwarfs in the Milky Way
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Until we grow up and invent faster-than-light travel, the Solar System will be our playground. If we don’t kill ourselves first, it’s a good bet that humanity will have a significant footprint in the Solar ...
"Orion" angedockt an der Raumstation ISS: Die neue Flugroute zum Mars würde...
Bold colors run like currents of water in a new map from Europe's Planck satellite, revealing the Milky Way galaxy in microwaves.
An image of a mysterious plume protruding from the side of Mars, taken by amateur astronomer Wayne Jaeschke. Jaeschke was one of the first people to spot the plume and alert professional scientists.