Space, Physics, and Math
What we can’t see with the naked eye fills us with wonder and dread
With crewed missions poised to leave low-Earth orbit, efforts are underway to better predict and respond to solar storms
The loss of the iconic Arecibo Telescope is a massive blow — but not in the way you may think
A planetary geologist says two planned NASA missions may teach us a lot about the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe
These master musicians use the fundamental principles of sound to sculpt their overtone harmonies
Galactic archeologists expect the James Webb Space Telescope to be a game changer for their field
The universe is probably heading towards a “Big Freeze.” Here’s what that means, and why it’s way too early to worry
A new list of exoplanets that can see the Earth is ‘a little uncomfortable’, an astrophysicist acknowledges
As the long-awaited launch of the James Webb Space Telescope approaches, astronomers just picked its successor’s successor.
What makes YInMn Blue, the first new blue pigment in 200 years, so special?
Researchers have put forward a “universal formula for egg shape” — but is this discovery all it’s cracked up to be?
Researchers who examine complex systems were recognized for their contributions.
To exoplanet scientists, oddball planets are much more than just a strange sight on a cosmic sightseeing tour
Astronomers are finding ways to keep investigating the universe despite missing data due to COVID-19 telescope shutdowns
Scientists recently developed a substance that could help plants grow on Mars without the need for an artificial oxygen atmosphere