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New electric 'Infinity Train' will charge itself using gravity
Fortescue has acquired Williams Advanced Engineering and subsequently announced development of its zero-emissions Infinity Train.
China to build 'artificial Moon' that simulates low-gravity
Reports indicate that China is planning to create an 'artificial moon' designed to simulate the Moon's low gravity with magnets.
Huge new 3D map of the universe could provide clues about its fate
The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument's (DESI) ongoing survey has created a map of the universe with over 7.5 million galaxies.
Not all planets are shaped like Earth, weird deformed planet found
Data acquired by the Hubble Space Telescope indicates that planets aren't strictly spherical and that some can come in weird forms.
Solar and lunar gravity found to influence animal and plant behaviors
A new meta-analysis has identified how gravitational tides produced by the sun and moon influence plant and animal behavior.
Scientists photograph monstrous supermassive black hole feeding
Astronomers have managed to capture the emissions from a supermassive black hole with a mass equivalent to 55 million Suns.
Watch new star orbit the Milky Way's central supermassive black hole
Using the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope Interferometer, a new star has been found orbiting Sagittarius A*.
Einstein's theory of general relativity passes 16-year tests
Einstein's theory of general relativity has successfully withstood 16-year tests of a double pulsar system 2,400 light-years away.
Ghostly galaxy observed for 40 hours, deepens mystery of dark matter
A new study details the discovery, or lack of, dark matter being present in a galaxy that was observed for forty hours straight.
Scientists are stumped by these 7 mysteries about our universe
Researchers are yet to understand the universe in its entirety, and these are seven questions that scientists are working on.
How much gravity can humans survive before our bones break?
Humans will endure different gravity levels when we colonize other planets, but what is the maximum amount we can survive?
'Potentially hazardous' asteroid traveling 21,000 mph towards Earth
NASA has classified an asteroid traveling towards Earth at 21,000 mph, that'll arrive this month, as 'potentially hazardous'.
Planet Nine evidence found, and astronomers know where it is
A new study has put forward evidence that suggests there is a 0.4% chance that there isn't a nearby body with significant mass.
Wormholes are possible, but to build one we need a specific ingredient
A physicist has explained that wormholes are actually possible, but there is some specific ingredient humans need to make one.
A new type of supernova confirms old theory and 1,000-year-old mystery
Astronomers found evidence of a new type of supernova that proves a 40-year-old theory true and explains a 1,000-year-old mystery.
New MMA tournament is off Earth, final fights will be in zero gravity
An MMA league announced that it will be hosting fights in a special spaceship orbiting Earth, winners will fight in zero gravity.
Hubble drops outstanding pic of rare star 70 times bigger than the Sun
In celebration of Hubble's 31st birthday, the space telescope released an image of one of the brightest stars in the Milky Way.
There's now 'strong evidence' for a new force of nature being real
Researchers now have 'strong evidence' to suggest that there aren't just four forces of nature, but there is actually a fifth.
Space travel hits speed bump, study finds microgravity gives leaky gut
The protective barrier in our guts has been found to be severely affected when introduced to microgravity environments.
This strange X17 particle may explain dark matter & natures 5th force
Scientists may have discovered a new particle that could explain dark matter and perhaps even natures fifth force.
NASA study: low-gravity can cause reverse blood flow and even clotting
A new NASA study has revealed some potential dangers of space travel for astronauts.
Atoms in superposition state can successfully measure Earth's gravity
Researchers have devised a new way to measure gravity by noting the differences in atoms in a supposition state.
GravityLight, the portable light that is powered by gravity
GravityLight is a cheap new light that works as a lamp and uses gravity.
Anti-gravity has been through its first test at Cern's Alpha experiment
Cern's Alpha experiment completes its first test of anti-gravity.