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Meteor Crater Discovered

A meteor crater in the Egyptian desert, previously undiscovered, was recently revealed via Google Earth's satellite. The impact may be only a few thousand years old...

Wind May Have Parted Red Sea

The parting of the Red Sea, as described in the Old Testament, might have taken placed as described, according to new computer simulations...

Phobos Formed in Blast

New evidence suggests that the mysterious Martian moon Phobos was formed from a catastrophic blast on the surface of Mars, possibly during an asteroid strike. It had previously been thought that Phobos was captured by Mars' gravity.

Moon Crater Map

NASA scientists have created the most detailed map of the moon's craters ever produced using a laser altimeter aboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Space Graphics

Howard Bloom sent us a couple graphics to accompany his appearance.

Spiral in Space

A strikingly perfect spiral pattern in the constellation Pegasus was recently photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope...

Scientists Develop Tractor Beam

Like something from a sci-fi movie, a team of researchers have developed a tractor beam capable of moving objects using laser light...

John Hutchison Material

Check out a page that features images, videos, and links related to the work of inventor John Hutchison. Pictured is a video still that shows the levitation of a 70 lb. cannonball.

Mars' Footprint Crater

New images of Orcus Patera, known as the "Footprint Crater," taken by the ESA's Mars Express were released last week. How the Red Planet became scarred by this 240 mile-long irregular indentation has baffled scientists...

Knapp's News 8/29/10

A number of stories have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week, including, including the BLM horse round-up in Twin Peaks, CA (pictured), an essay on UFO photos, and the "pain ray" being used on prisoners...

Spider-Man Suit Being Created

Crawling up vertical walls like Spider-Man could soon be a reality thanks to a new material being developed at Stanford University...

Exoplanet System Discovered

European astronomers have announced what may be the largest solar system beyond our sun yet discovered, with at least five planets. Located in the Hydrus constellation, 127 light years from Earth, Neptune-sized planets orbit the star HD 10180...

Knapp's News 8/15/10

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on a Google exec purchasing a spy drone (pictured), and the Brazilian Air Force openly recognizing the UFO phenomenon...

Crazy Google Street View Moments

You never know what you'll find using Google Street View. Recently the body of a 'dead girl' was seen lying face down on the side of a road in Worcester, England....

Martian Space Suit

A team of scientists at the Austrian Airspace Forum is developing a space suit capable of coping with the bitter cold of the Red Planet...

Video: Jet-Powered School Bus

It may look similar to a traditional yellow school bus, but Paul Stender's custom built bus can reach speeds up to 367 mph...

Aurora Photos

With a solar flare/coronal mass ejection hitting the Earth's magnetic field on Tuesday, the resulting geomagnetic storm triggered auroras in the northern skies across Europe and North America. Pictured is an image taken by Travis Novitsky in Minnesota. More photos...

The Telenoid Robot

The new bald, legless robot called Telenoid R1 can transmit the presence of a person from a distance by tracking their movements and voice via a computer webcam/microphone. More on this latest invention from roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro (pictured with Telenoid)...

Asteroid Threat in 2182

Scientists have calculated that there's a 1-in-1,000 chance that a large asteroid called 1999 RQ36 could hit the Earth, particularly 172 years from now. The space rock is 1,837 feet across and could cause widespread devastation upon impact.

'Plastiki' Completes Voyage

Plastiki, a 60 ft. ship kept afloat by 12,000 plastic bottles, arrived in Sydney Harbor on Monday, completing an 8,000 mile journey from San Francisco. The boat, which set sail to raise awareness about the problem of plastic trash in the ocean, has a sustainable design...

Monster Star

A colossal star with a mass around 265 times that of our Sun has been detected some 165,000 light years away. Known as R136a1 (pictured in its star cluster), "if it replaced the Sun in our Solar System...

Bionic Legs Help Paralyzed Man Walk

Hayden Allen, who had been told he would never walk again after injuring his spinal cord in a motorcycle accident, can now stand, walk, and even go up and down steps thanks to a pair of robotic legs. The revolutionary invention, dubbed Rex (Robotic Exoskeleton), has allowed Allen newfound mobility at home and work, as well as provided him with health benefits associated with spending less time in a wheelchair. Further details and video available at Mail Online.

Solving the Flying Submarine

It's a project that has been unsuccessful for over 70 years, but the Pentagon has renewed hopes of creating a craft that can operate in both the air and underwater...

Meet the Eyeborg

Canadian filmmaker Rob Spence has replaced his own false eye with a miniature, battery-powered video camera. The bionic eye, built with the help of an MIT cyborg expert, can record everything it sees in real time by transmitting wirelessly to a computer. Spence hopes to use the camera-eye to capture people engaged in "truer" conversations than traditional handheld camera work allows. More details and video at Telegraph.co.uk.

New Flying Car

A flying car that takes to both the road and the air is set to go into commercial production. Called the Terrafugia Transition, an aircraft license for the vehicle will require only 20 hours of flying time...

The Future of Fish?

Despite the tremendous difference in size, these two salmon are actually the same age. The larger one, however, had its growth accelerated via genetic engineering...

Oscar the Bionic Cat

After an accident took the lower half of his hind legs, a cat named Oscar had his mobility restored thanks to a groundbreaking surgery...

Students Discover Martian Cave

A mysterious cave on Mars was discovered by a group of 7th graders as part of the Mars Student Imaging Program. The students found a hole or "skylight" in the roof of a cave (pictured) where a lava tube might have collapsed...

Knapp's News 6/20/10

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on an approaching asteroid that may be artificial (graphic by P. Chodas NASA/JPL), the wish lists of top scientists, and Bigelow Aerospace & lethal UFOs...

Solar Music

Astronomers at the University of Sheffield in England have recorded music generated by the Sun. The eerie sounding harmonies are produced by the coiling magnetic fields from the star's outer atmosphere, which vibrate like strings in a piano. Using satellite data, scientists converted the visible vibrations into sound and sped up the frequency so humans could hear it. Listen to the solar music at Telegraph.co.uk.

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