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In the News 3/19/15

Mar 19, 2015

Today's stories include an in-depth look at the science of near-death experiences, a perplexing flashing light seen in Russian skies, and a possible explanation for Ceres' mysterious bright spots

Free Audio Clips 3/19/15

Mar 19, 2015

This week, our two free audio clips are from eight years ago-- March 2007, when writer Duncan Lunan recounted his translation of mysterious space echoes that were first reported in the 1920's, and psychophysiologist Dr. Stephen LaBerge enumerated some...

In the News 3/18/15

Mar 18, 2015

Today's news stories include new photos of Mercury's scorched surface, a photo essay of a "hellish underground fire" in India, and concerns that fracking may be reawakening a fault line

In the News 3/17/15

Mar 17, 2015

Today's new stories include a fascinating new theory about Stonehenge, a just discovered 2,000 year-old mask of Pan, and emerging criticisms of the Mars One project.

In the News 3/15/15

Mar 15, 2015

Today's news stories include articles about a breakthrough in transmitting energy wirelessly through the air, an engineer's 3D printed engine, and a ghostly Snapchat image.

In the News 3/14/15

Mar 14, 2015

Today's news stories include articles about turning Waverly Hills Sanatorium into a hotel, mysterious booming noises shaking residents' homes in Washington state, and a super fast robot modeled after birds.

In the News 3/13/15

Mar 13, 2015

Today's news stories include articles about how scientists are attempting to grow chicken meat in the lab, the plan to excavate 3,000 skeletons from the 'Bedlam' cemetery, and animal blood that comes in a rainbow of colors

In the News 3/12/15

Mar 12, 2015

Today's stories include articles on 100 inches of snow that fell in Italy in 18 hours, a caught and released car-sized stingray, and a new academic study on ghost beliefs

In the News 3/11/15

Mar 11, 2015

Today's stories include articles on what it wold be like to live on Saturn's moons, the discovery of nine new 'dwarf galaxies,' and the macabre 'walking corpses' of Indonesia

In the News 3/10/15

Mar 10, 2015

Today's new stories include articles about the amazing leap of the praying mantis, the around-the-world journey of a solar powered plane, and monstrous "superflares' in Earth's distant past

In the News 3/8/15

Mar 8, 2015

Today's news stories include articles about a study that may prove awareness continues after death, a new treatment that can turn brown eyes blue, and a man who can get drunk eating French fries.

In the News 3/7/15

Mar 7, 2015

Today's news stories include articles about mysterious 'alien signals' from an Earth-like planet, the coming supermoon eclipse, and birds dropping dead out of the sky in Tennessee.

Dawn Spacecraft Arrives at Ceres

Mar 6, 2015

NASA's Dawn spacecraft has arrived at Ceres after a journey of more than seven and a half years and three billion miles, space agency officials announced on Friday.

In the News 3/6/15

Mar 6, 2015

Today's news stories include articles about an ancient ocean on Mars, the discovery of a stone tool in Oregon possibly dating back over 15,000 years, and theories about the MH-370 disappearance

In the News 3/5/15

Mar 5, 2015

Today's news stories include articles about how the global flood toll will triple by 2030, the discovery of a jaw bone fossil dating back 2.8 million years, and a large fireball seen over Kerala, India

New Rosetta Comet Image

Mar 4, 2015

The Rosetta spacecraft has beamed back a crisp new image of Comet 67P, as it moved within a mere 9.5 miles of the rocky object, which orbits between Mars and Jupiter

In the News 3/4/15

Mar 4, 2015

Today's news stories include articles about volcano lightning, a woman who flies a jet using only her mind, and a possible alien methane-based organism

In the News 3/3/15

Mar 3, 2015

Today's new stories include articles about a galaxy that shouldn't exist, people who thrive on short amounts of sleep, Earth's bizarre "second moon," & a newly discovered lost city

In the News 3/2/15

Mar 2, 2015

Those mysterious craters in Siberia are back in the news, with a new theory suggesting that their appearance is related to global warming

Accidental Photo of Comet Lovejoy

Feb 27, 2015

The world's most powerful digital camera, the Dark Energy Camera at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile, accidentally captured a 570-megapixel image of Comet Lovejoy as it was scanning the southern sky.

Monster Black Hole

Feb 26, 2015

Astronomers have detected the largest black hole yet-- an ancient behemoth which contains a staggering mass estimated to contain 12 billion times that of our sun.

Knapp's News 2/22/15

Feb 22, 2015

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including an article about time travel and the 'grandfather paradox.'

New Images of Ceres

Feb 17, 2015

New detailed images of the dwarf planet Ceres have been taken by NASA's Dawn spacecraft as it approaches the icy world.

Mysterious Plumes on Mars

Feb 16, 2015

Mysterious plumes on Mars extending 150 miles into the atmosphere have baffled scientists.

NASA Spots 'Sad Face' Sun

Feb 14, 2015

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured an immense filament of solar material snaking across the surface of the sun, giving it the appearance of a large sad face.

Smiley Face in Space

Feb 10, 2015

A photo taken by the Hubble Space Telescope seems to depict a happy face floating in space.

The Warming of Winter

Feb 8, 2015

Despite the deluge of snow which has pounded parts of the United States this winter, studies suggest that the season is actually getting progressively warmer each year due to CO2 emissions in the atmosphere.

Jupiter Moon Crossing

Feb 5, 2015

A rare 3-moon transit across Jupiter was recently captured by the Hubble Telescope. The Galilean moons, Io, Callisto, and Europa, and their shadows were seen moving across.

Watch Philae Descend to Comet 67P

Jan 31, 2015

The European Space Agency has released a sequence of 19 images that track the Philae lander's historic seven-hour journey as it descended 14 miles to the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.

Knapp's News 1/25/15

Jan 25, 2015

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including his I-Team update on the Paul Fronczak mystery.

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