Home / Science (page 5)

Science

8-foot giant SCORPIONS once terrorized Earth’s oceans with giant claws and paws with “teeth” to crush prey

GIANT sea scorpions much larger than humans once roamed and hunted in the ancient oceans. The creepy creatures have been documented in a new study that is attempting to compile the irregular scientific documentation of Australian sea scorpions. 4 4 At present there is only one complete fossil and it is not the largestCredit: H. Zell / Wiki commons, CC …

Read More »

Stunning NASA’s image of the “rare lightning phenomenon” looks like a giant red ALIEN in the sky

NASA shared an image of the rare “red sprite” flash that looks almost like an alien invasion. The red lightning can be seen branching out like jellyfish or fireworks over a French mountain range. 2 The red lightning sprite in the upper left corner could easily be confused with something quite disturbingCredit: Stephane Vetter (TWAN) / NASA The extraordinary image …

Read More »

First direct evidence of the oceanic mix through the Gulf Stream

The “Triaxus” towing platform breaks through the rippling surface of the ocean during a storm. By towing such a platform with monitoring tools across the water, changing its depth into a “yo-yo” pattern as it traveled, the scientists created high-resolution snapshots of how a tint released upstream evolved across the front of the Gulf Stream. Credit: Craig M. Lee, UW …

Read More »

Scientists discover an extremely small dinosaur ancestor in Madagascar

He was called Kongonaphon Kely, which means “little insect hunter”, and was about the size of a cup of coffee. But great things are in sight for this little creature. Really very big things. The tiny insect hunter, who lived in Madagascar about 237 million years ago during the Triassic period, was only 10 centimeters (about 4 inches) tall. However, …

Read More »

The study reveals the secret life of lithium in sun-like stars

This Hubble Space Telescope image shows the stars at various stages of their lives, from young hot stars to colder red giants. Our study focused on the lithium content of the red giant stars Credit: NASA, ESA and T. Brown (STScI) Lithium is becoming common in our daily lives. It is the key ingredient in the batteries of our cell …

Read More »

SpaceX news, launch calendars and videos

SpaceX, the aerospace company founded by Elon Musk in 2002, it is advancing with innovative technologies that reduce the cost of space flight as a way to finance Musk’s ultimate goal of bringing humans to Mars during his lifetime. Reverse covers the ups and downs of SpaceX in its mission to provide our readers with the latest news, analysis and …

Read More »

The Curiosity rover begins its “summer journey” to the next Martian destination

Within weeks, the Perseverance rover and his helicopter companion could jump into space and head to Mars. This doesn’t mean that Curiosity will no longer be pictured, however, in effect, the older rover has just started his one-mile summer journey to his next destination. The next stop for the Curiosity rover is Mount Sharp’s “sulphate carrier”. Given that here on …

Read More »