Orion Spacecraft accomplishes first spaceflight test
NASA has finally accomplished its first spaceflight with the new Orion spacecraft, uncrewed, on Friday morning. The spa...
Philae space probe lands on comet
Scientists from the European Space Agency (ESA) announced yesterday the Philae space probe, as part of the Rosetta miss...

ISS cargo supplies burn in fiery explosion as rocket...
An unmanned rocket "Antares" was launched to take supplies to the International Space Station, but due to unknown circumstances exploded shortly after its launch from the US state of Virginia. The cargo ship, built by Orbital Sciences Corp will be under investigation to determine the malfunction. The rocket was carrying around 2200 kgs of supplies, which...

World Migratory Bird Day 2014
World Migratory Bird Day 2014 was celebrated in over 70 countries on 10-11 May. Since 2006, every second weekend of May, global communities celebrate the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats. Festivals, bird watching and other events attract people from around the world to celebrate the days of the migratory birds. The World Migratory Bird Day...

6 decades of global warming in only 15 seconds (VIDEO)
NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) has released on their official Youtube channel a video, displaying a preview of the global warming over 64 years period between 1950-2013. The 15-seconds time-lapse shows how the average temperature on Earth has changed compared to the second half of the 20th century. The video was created by the Institute f...

@hideStarlight Avatar is the world's first glowing plant
Bioglow, a company based in St Louis, Missouri, USA have bioengineered the world's first glowing plant by splicing genes from bioluminescent bacteria. Bioglow will auction 20 of their plants to the highest bidder and could soon become commercially available. The plant labelled Starlight Avatar is a genetically modified pot plant "Nicotiana" and will glow...

Art (c) Bryan VersteegMoving to Mars
Re-locating to Mars sounds a little farfetched, but the team at Mars One disagrees. Mars One is a project that plans to re-settle humans on Mars by 2025. Recent developments from the project are pushing their plans into motion. Lockheed Martin, the contractors that are building the Orion spacecraft for NASA are also contracted by Mars One to build a sate...

Photo (c) OverHertz LtdWinter is coming to Bulgaria at the end of January
The past few months in Bulgaria have been reasonably sunny with "warm" temperatures, considering the season, however meteorologists are predicting snowfall by the 25th of this month. Temperatures are expected to drop as low as -12 degrees Celsius and could last through February and into March. Bulgarians are recommended to prepare themselves for a very c...

@hide Photo by Virgin GalacticCommercial space flights closer than you think
Richard Branson is bringing commercial space travel closer to you with his company Virgin Galactic, following a third successful test flight of their revolutionary SpaceShipTwo space-shuttle. SpaceShipTwo reached record heights of 71,000 feet, flying over the Mojave Desert in California at supersonic speed before safely re-entering after ten minutes of ...

The truth about Piranhas
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Giant squid found just off the coast of Japan
A giant squid was found in the fishing net of fisherman Shigenori Goto just off the coast of...

Photo credit: ReutersAir pollution in China is causing havoc
Air pollution in China has become so serious that one school for expatriate children has sea...

Photo credit: C. Pulliam and D. Aguilar, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for AstrophysicsGassy exoplanet has Earth-like mass
A newly discovered planet was announced by scientists at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, documented as "a gassy planet with an Earth-like mass". The planet KOI-314c is approximately 200 light years away from Earth and orbits a red dwarf star, belonging to a different spectral class. Planet KOI-314c has a complete orbit in only 23 Earth d...

Photo credit: Jesús Gómez/Guerrero Negro VerdeConjoined gray whales discovered off the coast of Me...
Mexican researchers have discovered conjoined gray whale twins in Laguna Ojo de Liebre, just off the Pacific Ocean near Baja California Sur. The whales were deceased on discovery. Whale twins are rare, but conjoined twins are exceptional, unfortunately the twins seemed to be the product of a miscarriage as they were under-developed. The whales were co...

3D printed sweets and chocolates
US Company "3D Systems" has been showing off their new 3D printing machines at the Las Vegas CES. The machines make sweets and chocolates in shapes that would otherwise be difficult or near-impossible. 2 machines will be available: Chefjet and Chefjet Pro. The Chefjet is limited to creating monochrome sweets, whilst the pro can handle multi-coloured crea...

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