“Silently, one by one, in the infinite meadows of heaven, blossomed the lovely stars, the forget-me-nots of the angels.” ―...
A space nerd and self-described grammar freak (all his Twitter posts are complete sentences), he loves learning about the unknown and figures that if he isn’t smart enough to send satellites to space, he can at least write about it. Twitter: @JordanS1981
A major breakthrough could be coming to rocket engines.
Previous estimates failed to account for affluence because the rich waste much more food than the poor.
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The exoplanet orbits a star in the habitable zone and may be covered in oceans.
Scientists sent extraordinarily muscular mice to the International Space Station to study how microgravity affects muscles and bones.
The underground nuclear test was 17 times more powerful than the bomb dropped by the US over Hiroshima at the...
This new system should, in theory, be effective against multiple cancer types, including those currently resistant to immunotherapy.
Almost three billion birds have disappeared across all habitats, including backyard birds.
Weakened hurd immunity makes even vaccinated people vulnerable to mumps.
Jupiter's frigid but water-rich moon might be getting a close-up view.
It's a dark matter study. Of course, it's weird.
This is amazing -- and a bit scary.