Category: Science News

NASA to Smash Satellite Into Asteroid in 2022

Earth has been hit by large asteroids and comets many times in the past, and it’s a matter of when rather than if it happens again. There weren’t any humans on Earth...

This Week in Space: Metal on Mars, Hydrogen Inside Enceladus, and a Meteoric Near-Miss

We didn’t get pasted by that asteroid that sailed through Wednesday, which is arguably a good thing. Discovered in 2014, it was due to pass by Earth at a close but...

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter completes its 50,000th orbit of Mars

The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has sent back some incredible images and data from the Red Planet of the years, and it just hit an important milestone. It has now...

Japan issues warning of Tsunami after earthquake of 7.4 magnitude

On Tuesday morning, Japan felt an earthquake of magnitude 7.4 and after this, the Japan’s Meteorology Agency has issued a strong warning of Tsunami around the coastal...

Twitter Plans to roll out more advanced feature to block ‘abusive content’

Twitter, which has become famous for its unique ‘following and tweeting’ feature, is now under pressure to bring some feature which allows users to combat ‘abusive...

Timeline: The recent sexual assault allegations against Donald Trump

While dozens of Republican officials broke away from Trump over this past week, after a video surfaced of Trump appearing to brag about sexually assaulting women,...

Dad Who Accidentally Shot And Killed His Son Makes Heartbreaking Statement

William Clayton Brumby accidentally shot and killed his 14-year-old son, Stephen Brumby, after bringing him to a gun range. After firing a round, an empty shell casing...

Hardliner back from wilderness in Australian poll

On Tuesday, Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane also warned that Ms Hanson’s “appeals to xenophobia” were a recipe for division and hate unseen...

India to ratify Paris Agreement on climate change

Modi made the announcement at a meeting of his Bharatiya Janata Party’s leaders in the southern Indian town of Kozhikode, but gave no further details. “There is one...

Police say Tulsa officer who killed man had stun gun

Jack Henderson, a Tulsa council member, called for Tulsa “to remain a strong city, a together city” free of the violence and conflict seen in other cities across the...