New moth species named after Trump. Photo courtesy Vazrick Nazari
Scientists think a huge “gravity wave” may have been launched into the atmosphere by a large mountain, like Maat Mons pictured here.
A tiny moth with a Trump-like hairdo is being called Neopalpa donaldtrumpi in honor of the president-elect.
US agency lists rusty patch bumble on the endangered list, as the species teeters on the edge of extinction.
A new competition to send a probe to the moon has a front runner, and the Moon Express could give mankind access to the moon’s resources.
A tapeworm parasite has been found in Alaskan-caught salmon, and it’s come all the way from Japan.
A mini-rocket built to launch a satellite has been destroyed after a failure shortly after the launch.
The case of DB Cooper has baffled professionals and amateurs alike for decades, and now a group of investigators have made a major discovery.
Scientists able to use laser to wire mice brains to make them become more aggressive hunters.
“Sully” may have saved dozens of human lives after landing a plane in the Hudson River a few years ago, but he doomed thousands of birds to death unwittingly.