Finally 2020 delivers some good news.
Next Monday (30), there will be a penumbral lunar eclipse. This means that the Moon will lose some of its brightness as it passes through
Earth observation data will flow more quickly using laser technology instead of radio, according to JAXA
Kids can put on the goggles and be immersed in Bill Nye’s world.
Watching humans launch to space brings a welcome distraction to the otherwise tumultuous news of the year.
If you’ve been looking up in the evening over the last several months, you may have seen some rather bright objects in the southern sky.
This creature lived long before modern birds evolved large beaks.
But scientists say not to worry.