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NASA Photographs 'Starfleet Logo' on Surface of Mars

Jun 13, 2019

Proving that anomaly hunters aren't alone in spotting strange things out in space, NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped an image of the Red Planet which seems to show Star Trek's iconic Starfleet logo.

40,000-Year-Old Severed Wolf's Head Found in Siberia

Jun 12, 2019

A Siberian man searching for mammoth tusks amid melting permafrost was taken aback when he stumbled upon the severed head of a wolf that turned out to be 40,000 years old.

Giant Mysterious Mass Found Beneath Surface of the Moon

Jun 11, 2019

Astronomers have discovered a puzzling and rather sizeable mass of metallic material beneath the surface of the moon.

New Study Upends the Idea of 'Habitable Zone' Planets

Jun 10, 2019

A thought-provoking new study suggests that planets which scientists once considered to be ideal locations for alien life may not be so friendly after all.

NASA to Open ISS to Tourists

Jun 7, 2019

NASA has announced that they will soon allow tourists and other commercial ventures to visit the International Space Station.

Huge Ladybug Swarm Appears on Radar

Jun 6, 2019

A National Weather Service radar keeping an eye on southern California detected a rather remarkable phenomenon in the form of a massive bloom of ladybugs.

Scientist Hints at Intriguing Results from Loch Ness DNA Study

Jun 3, 2019

The scientist behind the much-heralded Loch Ness environmental DNA study is teasing some intriguing results from the project.

1900 Solar Eclipse Film Rediscovered

Jun 2, 2019

Shot 119 years ago, first ever film of a solar eclipse has been restored.

'Blades' Seen on Jupiter's Great Red Spot

May 27, 2019

The Great Red Spot is changing, and appears to be ejecting material.

Watch: Robo-Dog Pulls 3-Ton Plane

May 25, 2019

Researchers unveiled their latest video which shows their HyQReal robot dog pulling a heavy aircraft.

Watch: Record-Breaking Dive to Bottom of Planet

May 18, 2019

Victor Vescovo became the first underwater explorer to reach the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean - the Mariana Trench.

Watch: Humanoid Robot Walks 'Tightrope'

May 11, 2019

The humanoid robot known as Atlas has been recorded walking a 'tightrope' of cinder blocks.

Anomaly Hunter Spots 'Tomb' on Mars

May 6, 2019

An anomaly hunter studying NASA images of Mars believes that he has found evidence of a tomb sitting on the surface of the Red Planet.

View 16 Years of Hubble Images in One Picture

May 4, 2019

Using 16 years of data from Hubble, astronomers have pieced together a stunning single image of our evolving universe.

Moon Hoax Theory Poised to Become More Popular as Time Passes?

Apr 30, 2019

NASA's former chief historian recently raised a rather thought-provoking scenario in which he posited that the infamous moon hoax theory could become more popular in years to come as memories of the landmark landings fade.

Knapp's News 4/28/19

Apr 28, 2019

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently captured his attention.

Apollo 10 Lunar Module Finally Found?

Apr 27, 2019

A team of astronomers has spent years looking for the lunar module that was left orbiting the moon 50 years ago after it was the ejected into space by the Apollo 10 crew.

Knapp's News 4/21/19

Apr 21, 2019

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently captured his attention.

Watch: Stratolaunch First Flight

Apr 13, 2019

The world's largest plane flew for the first time Saturday morning.

Black Hole Photographed for the First Time Ever

Apr 10, 2019

By way of a coordinated effort from radio telescopes around the world, scientists have managed to photograph a black hole for the first time ever.

Massive Planet Estimated to be 13x Bigger than Jupiter

Apr 9, 2019

Brazilian astronomers concluded the exoplanet orbits a pair of binary stars.

Strange Lights in Norway Part of NASA Experiment

Apr 8, 2019

NASA launched two rockets that interacted with the Northern Lights.

World's Largest T. Rex Found

Mar 27, 2019

The remains of a Tyrannosaurus Rex found in Canada may constitute the largest specimen of the iconic dinosaur species ever found.

NASA Directed to Put Humans on the Moon Within the Next Five Years

Mar 26, 2019

In a rather remarkable development, Vice President Mike Pence issued a bold directive to NASA to put humans back on the moon within the next five years.

New Paper Argues for Fungi on Mars

Mar 25, 2019

An intriguing new scientific paper suggests that there is life on Mars in the form of fungi growing on the surface of the Red Planet.

Knapp's News 3/24/19

Mar 24, 2019

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention.

Knapp's News 3/17/19

Mar 17, 2019

George Knapp shares items of recent interest.

Watch: Study Captures Wild Great Apes Reacting to Camera Traps

Mar 14, 2019

A fascinating study out of Africa saw scientists place camera traps in the jungle habitats of various great ape species and, in turn, captured some truly remarkable reactions from the creatures to the devices.

Video: Simulation of the Ethiopian Crash

Mar 14, 2019

Simulated footage of what the Ethiopian B737 Max crash may have looked like.

Scientists Revive Woolly Mammoth Cells

Mar 12, 2019

A team of researchers in Japan have taken a significant step towards possibly bringing the long-extinct woolly mammoth back to life.