Science Timeline

NASA Sees Christmas Lights From Space

NASA, Christmas lights seen from space

Who knew Christmas lights could be seen from space? It turns out that those little holiday decorations are not only adding a little twinkle to your home and yard, but outer space as well. Research, which was co-led by Miguel Román, a research physical scientist at NASA Goddard and member of the Suomi NPP Land… Read more »

Discovery May Shed New Light On Stonehenge, If It’s Not Destroyed First

Stonehenge

Archaeologists have found an ancient encampment near Stonehenge, which is being called the most important Stonehenge discovery in 60 years. Despite being a possible glimpse at the beginnings of Britain, the government might end up destroying it to make way for a new tunnel before its true importance can be assessed. The ancient encampment, known… Read more »

Name A Crater! NASA Asks The Public For Help Naming Mercury Craters

Name a crater on Mercury

NASA is looking to name five craters found on Mercury. However, instead of having NASA scientists name the craters, NASA is opening voting and name suggestions to the public. Discovery reports that NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft is coming to the end of its mission. In honor of the mission’s achievements, NASA, teams at the Johns Hopkins… Read more »

Mars Methane Spikes Could Be First Evidence Of Alien Life

Mars

NASA’s Curiosity rover has made a new discovery of momentary methane spikes in the Martian atmosphere that could be the first evidence of life on the planet. The methane spikes could have come from microbial organisms on Mars. Curiosity rover discovered a momentary spike in methane levels at its Gale Crater landing area. The rover… Read more »

Mystery Solved? Scientist May Have Found Evidence Of Dark Matter

Scientist discover dark matter signal

Scientists have long theorized about the existence of dark matter. Now, they may finally have hard evidence of its existence. Discovery News reported that data from the European Space Agency’s XMM-Newton spacecraft has scientists excited about dark matter. The discovery of two separate signals, one from the Andromeda galaxy and one from the Perseus galaxy… Read more »

Two Roane State Scientists Break World Record For Living Underwater

Jessica Fain on Class Under the Sea

Two scientists from Roane State Community College have broken the world record for the longest time anyone has lived under the sea, having spent nearly ten weeks living underwater as of yesterday. Jessica Fain and Bruce Cantrell spent over two months living underwater off of Key Largo, Florida, at Jules’ Undersea Lodge, the same location… Read more »

Bill Nye: ‘The Science Guy’ Explains Evolution Using Emojis

Bill Nye

Bill Nye has been bringing science to children for many years now, and as the world changes, the way our children are taught changes. As a result, Bill Nye is taking a crack at teaching evolution in a way our tech savvy children can understand: with the use of emojis. Yes, you read that correctly;… Read more »

Koreans Develop Prosthetic Skin To Help Patients Feel

Prosthetic Skin Makes Patients Feel

Researchers at Seoul National University have developed prosthetic skin that could someday allow patients to regain their sense of touch. The skin is made of clear graphene with temperature, pressure, humidity, strain, and nerve stimulation sensors. The study was published in the Nature Communications journal. During the experiments, researchers laminated the skin on a prosthetic… Read more »

Lunar Mission One: A Chance To Reserve Your Place In Space [Video]

Lunar Mission One Exploration

Lunar Mission One is scheduled to go deep below the surface of the moon in 2024. This scientific lunar exploration will include a time capsule, or digital memory box of the history of humankind on Earth, including a species database that chronicles earth’s biodiversity from rainforests to coral reefs, and memories of an entire generation…. Read more »

Yellowstone Volcano: USGS Reports Earthquakes Around The Supervolcano

Yellowstone Volcano Conspiracy Theories Claim USGS Is Hiding Earthquake, Fissures Data Over Supervolcano Fears

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has provided November’s monthly update on the Yellowstone volcano and 119 earthquakes were registered in the area of Yellowstone National Park, which is around half of the 207 earthquakes reported in August and only slightly higher than the nine earthquakes monitored in October. But although Yellowstone’s caldera continues to… Read more »

Mysterious Circular Island On Mars Leaves NASA Scientists Confused [Photo]

Mars Photo

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Spacecraft observed a strange island located in the planet’s Athabasca region. The Huffington Post notes that the image looks to many like some sort of deformed waffle, and is one of the many mysterious landforms found by the Mars Orbiter Spacecraft. This particular image is being described by scientists as an… Read more »

Complete Skeleton Of Tiny Dinosaur Discovered In South Korea

Tiny Dinosaur

Every year, archaeologists find new and exciting discoveries on species that lived eras in the past. The most monumental finds are always associated with dinosaurs. In that respect, the Inquisitr reported on such amazing finds like the footprints pointing to a mystery mammal that lived during the time of dinosaurs. With each new discovery, we… Read more »

Orion Launch A Success: Will Manned Missions To Outer Space Follow? [Video]

Orion Launch A Success

Following the disappointment of a last-minute delay, the Orion spacecraft was successfully launched early Friday morning. At dawn, Orion began a brief but extremely important mission. The launch meant that the unmanned craft would orbit the Earth twice, getting as far away from the planet as 3,600 miles. This would mean that Orion would have… Read more »