Thursday, 27 January, 2022

NASA completes main assembly of its SLS moon rocket

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has completed assembly of the main structural components for the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. The SLS, which...
Feeding of 5,000 altar image

Feeding of the 5,000 miracle site found in Hippos by archaeologists?

Archaeologists at a Hippos excavation site near the Sea of Galilee may have found the site where Jesus performed a miracle by feeding five...
Bird migration

Bird population in North America down by 2.9 billion since 1970

A study, published in the journal Science, discovered that bird population in North America has declined by almost 3 billion in the last 48...
Saturn moons

New moons discovered, Saturn replaces Jupiter as planet with most moons

US researchers have discovered 20 new moons orbiting Saturn, making it the planet with the most moons, overtaking Jupiter. A team of US researchers found...
Israel cave bones early man

Scientists find evidence of early humans conserving food in Israel

Scientists in Israel has announced that they found evidence that early humans deliberately stored food for them to eat later. The scientists said that early...
Research Vessel Polarstern

Polarstern research vessel finds ice floe base to begin year-long Arctic drift

The German research vessel Polarstern has chosen an ice floe as the location to start off its year-long drift in the Arctic. The RV Polarstern...
ZSL plant selfie London Zoo

ZSL: World’s first-ever plant selfie taken at London Zoo

The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) has announced that the world's first plant selfie has been taken at the Rainforest Life exhibit of the...
Mars lander proof of life

Former NASA scientist: We found life on Mars in the 1970s

Former NASA scientist Gilbert V. Levin said that we may have already discovered proof of life on Mars as early as 40 years ago. Levin,...
research project volunteers slug populations UK

Research project calls for volunteers to monitor UK slug populations

A call for volunteers have been issued for a new research project involving the survey of slug populations in the UK, the first in...

A small area of the brain can control one’s sense of pain — study

A small area of the brain can control one's sense of pain, a new study from Duke University suggests. Sixteen brain centers receive inhibitory...