The Atlas moth is truly something. Not only do their wings look like snake heads, but they can grow up to a foot long!
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Our brains have a system that can clear out dead cells and debris, much like collecting garbage, and scientists have captured this process in a live mammalian brain for the first time.
You don’t want to be caught standing above this phenomenon. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the most damage from sinkholes occur in Florida, Texas, Alabama, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania.
“This 'improbable planet' is likely so rare that we won't find another laboratory quite like it to study the nature of ultra-hot Neptunes in detail. Therefore, we must extract every ounce of knowledge that we can from this diamond in the rough,” said Professor James Jenkins from the Universidad de Chile in a press release.
California Institute of Technology engineers created a captivating simulation to explore the physics behind the bubble ring phenomenon. No bubble trouble here!
The resulting flare gave researchers a decade-long view of the event and now they’re using that information to formulate new theories on black holes.
Some of them are over 200 years old. Many of them lead nowhere, and serve no obvious purpose. It’s a subterranean mystery that may never be solved.
First discovered in the fallout of the hydrogen bomb, the element does not occur naturally on Earth and is exceedingly difficult to produce and contain.
We don’t know much about black holes, but a pair of physicists may have accidentally made a pretty big discovery related to them.
Researchers haven’t been able to nail down what caused the moon to disappear in 1110 for a while, but now, we might finally know why.
A ‘stop-start’ pattern of evolution may explain why there are only 25 species of crocodiles alive today, compared to the thousands achieved in the same amount of time by other animals like lizards and birds.
Scientists are pulling back the curtain on a mysterious phenomenon - how hallucinations are produced in the brain.
Researchers have discovered Venus' atmosphere is different than originally thought, which could change how we look at exoplanet atmospheres. “We’re still learning fundamental things about Venus and its atmosphere, and it’s our next-door neighbor,” says Patrick Peplowski, nuclear physicist at APL.