Nearly 70 years ago, a group of American soldiers puzzled by a scientific article they read while in the Philippines during World War II decided to go directly to the source. Their subsequent letter inexplicably reached none other than Albert Einstein, who replied that “space should be looked at as a four-dimensional continuum.”
There are no shortage of theories about Stonehenge, but few are so melodious as this: A recent study carried out by the Royal College of Art in London suggests that the monument holds a "sonic secret."
A fossil bed in China that contains some of the world's most exquisitely preserved feathered dinosaurs, early birds, reptiles and mammals may also be home to an equally rich set of older fossils from the Middle Jurassic, a new study finds.
The political crisis in Crimea comes at a touchy time in the joint Russia-U.S. space program. Two cosmonauts, one of them from Crimea, and an American astronaut are scheduled to touch down on Russian soil on March 10 after months aboard the International Space Station.
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen and New Zealand have captured on camera hours of footage of rarely seen animals following the world’s first deep sea biology expedition to the New Hebrides Trench in the South Pacific.