A Danish Astronaut is preparing for a ten day mission to the ISS.
Alaska is experiencing a massive shift due to climate change faster than any other area. With this rapid acceleration due to climate change, area researchers and scientists across the country are studying how this might be a look into the future for the rest of the 48 states.
The NDOW has killed the second bear in one week, citing public safety risks as necessitating factors.
A new study to investigate the global decline in bee population uses amazing new technology.
NASA scientists have warned that the ice sheet on Greenland is melting at an accelerating rate, raising concerns over rising sea levels throughout the world.
Millions of people stayed up late on Saturday night to catch a glimpse of the rare “Supermoon,” which appeared large and bright in the night sky over the weekend.
Biologists studying the reefs of Indonesia have discovered a rare new species of crustacean, and they have decided to name it after Sir Elton John.
On the side of a dormant volcano in Hawaii, a 20-foot tall by 36-foot wide dome will be home to six brave recruits, who will have no access to fresh food or air for the 365-day duration of the experiment. A journey outside the dome will require donning a spacesuit.
MS, which affects more than 2.3 million people worldwide, occurs when the immune system attacks the protective myelin sheath that surrounds nerve fibers and acts as an insulator.
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft has delivered the closest-yet views of Ceres, capturing in unprecedented detail images of Ceres’ mysterious four-mile tall mountain. “Dawn is performing flawlessly in this new orbit as it conducts its ambitious exploration,” said Dawn’s chief engineer Marc Rayman.