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Can Life Outlive Its Host Star? NASA’s Webb Telescope Will Find Out

In this illustration, WD 1856 b, a potential Jupiter-size planet, orbits its much smaller host star, … [+] a dim white dwarf. NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. With today’s news…

Scientists Find World’s Oldest Sperm In Myanmar Amber

A team of palaeontologists have discovered what they believe is the world’s oldest animal sperm, frozen 100 million years ago inside a tiny crustacean in tree resin in Myanmar. The…

NASA’s 63-Minute Mission To Find Phosphine

NASA has a mission that could study the clouds of Venus. getty You’ve probably read the astonishing news that traces of phosphine—thought of as a biosignature for life—have been found…

Are Apple One plans a good deal? We crunched the numbers to find out.

Apple officially announced its Apple One subscription bundles on Tuesday at its September event.  They package Apple Music, Arcade, and more together for one monthly price. The big question: Are…

Astronomers find possible sign of life on Venus

Traces of a rare molecule known as phosphine have been found in the hellish, heavily acidic atmosphere of Venus, astronomers announced Monday — providing a tantalizing clue about the possibility…

Scientists Find Out How Large This Shark Once Was

Megalodon. An ancient creature that still strikes terror into many people’s hearts, even though it disappeared from our ocean millions of years ago. Scientist Jack A. Cooper of the University…

MBPD using new technology to find, charge drug dealers

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – As reported overdoses increase in the City of Myrtle Beach, police are using new technology to find and charge drug dealers. The Myrtle Beach Police…

Online-voting company pushes to make it harder for researchers to find security flaws

In a Supreme Court briefing, Voatz argues that security researchers should need authorization to search for vulnerabilities. In a Supreme Court briefing, Voatz argues that security researchers should need authorization…

What is a vaccine and how do they work? Find out in Science with Sam

Since the first vaccine was developed in 1796, vaccinations have been phenomenally successful at preventing infectious diseases, and wiping out some altogether. The latest video in our new YouTube series,…

Astronomers find no signs of alien tech after scanning over 10 million stars

If you have “discover an alien civilization” on your 2020 bingo card, you’re going to have to wait a little longer to cross it off. A new large-scale survey of…