Scientists find new evidence of liquid WATER beneath Mars’ south polar ice cap in major breakthrough

Scientists have discovered new evidence that suggests there could be liquid water on Mars – a breakthrough in our longtime efforts to determine if the Red Planet once hosted life.  The University of Cambridge-led study provides the first independent evidence that uses data other than radar that there’s liquid water beneath Mars’ south polar ice … Read more

James Webb captures a spectacular image of a sparkling galaxy

One of the first spectacular images taken by NASA’s new multi-million pound James Webb Space Telescope captured the universe’s earliest galaxies. Now, early analysis has zeroed in on one of these galaxies nine billion light-years away from Earth, and revealed that it is sparkling with some of the oldest-known star clusters, dating back to shortly … Read more

Eerie bloom of light is left by SpaceX rocket launch over the Atlantic

‘Truly a spectacle!’ Eerie bloom of light over the Atlantic Ocean left by a SpaceX rocket launch leaves US Air Force crew ‘dumbfounded’ A bizarre bloom of light in sky over the Atlantic Ocean left a US Air Force crew ‘dumbfounded’ at the weekend It was later blamed on SpaceX rocket launch from Cape Canaveral … Read more

Mars may have experienced episodic FLOODING millions of years ago, radar image reveals

A new image of the surface of Mars has revealed the planet may have experienced episodic flooding millions of years ago. The Zhurong Mars rover has returned ground-penetrating radar data of the Utopia Planitia basin – an impact crater thought to have once hosted an ancient ocean. The image was constructed from the data by scientists from … Read more

Stress can make people focus more on their spouse’s bad habits, study finds

Stress can make people focus more on their spouse’s bad habits – even married couples who are still in the ‘honeymoon period’ of their relationship, study finds Researchers warn stress can make people focus more on their lover’s bad habits Past studies showed stressful life circumstances can affect how couples interact Experts now think stress … Read more

NASA will intentionally crash a spacecraft into an asteroid at 15,000mph on Monday

In just a few days’ time, NASA will intentionally crash a spacecraft into an asteroid at 15,000mph. Such a mission may evoke memories of a Hollywood disaster movie such as Armageddon or Deep Impact, but this is very much real and is actually part of the US space agency’s first ever planetary defence test. Of course, there … Read more

Mars is already TRASHED: Humans have left more than 15,000 pounds of debris on the Red Planet

Humans have left more than 15,000 pounds of trash on Mars in the last 50 years and not a single person has ever stepped foot on the red planet. Cagri Kilic, a postdoctoral research fellow in robotics at West Virginia University, analyzed the mass of all rovers and orbiters sent to Mars and subtracted the … Read more

Stunning image from NASA astronaut captures ‘star trails in space’ from the ISS

Incredible image from NASA astronaut captures ‘star trails in space’ on board the International Space Station A NASA astronaut captured a stunning picture of ‘star trails’ while on a mission aboard the International Space Station  Curved trails of distant stars and Earth being illuminated by city lights and lightning strikes can be seen in the … Read more

Pine Island Glacier is more vulnerable than thought – and could cause sea levels to rise by 1.6ft

Antarctica’s Pine Island Ice Shelf is more vulnerable than previously thought – and could cause global sea levels to rise by 1.6 FEET if it collapses, study warns The Pine Island Ice Shelf holds back enough ice to raise sea levels by 1.6ft It could be more vulnerable to complete disintegration than previously thought In … Read more

Dinosaurs were already in decline when the asteroid hit 66 million years ago, study claims 

They’re often portrayed as going out with a ‘bang’ after an enormous asteroid hit Earth 66 million years ago. But a new study suggests that the dinosaurs went out with more of a ‘whimper’. Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences studied more than 1,000 fossilised dinosaur eggs and eggshells, and claim the animals were … Read more