Scientists use drones to learn more about active volcanoes

On average, there are up to 50 actively erupting volcanoes on the planet at any given time. On average, there are up to 50 actively erupting volcanoes on the planet at any given time. Volcanic eruptions cannot be predicted with 100 percent certainty. However, the details of an upcoming eruption can be estimated using the … Read more

NASA spacecraft collides with an asteroid

Cape Canaveral, Florida. In a first-of-its-kind experiment to save the world, NASA is about to hit a small, harmless asteroid millions of miles away. A spacecraft called DART will be working on the asteroid on Monday, bent on hitting it head-on at 14,000 miles per hour (22,500 kilometers per hour). The impact should only be … Read more

Fossils help experts explain how mammals thrived after dinosaurs

The early mammals, Pantolampadas, dominated the world after the extinction of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago. The early mammals, Pantolampadas, dominated the world after the extinction of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago. 62 million years ago, a mother gave birth to a child. After overcoming the trauma of birth within minutes, the baby … Read more

Did the Late Cretaceous host icy conditions in Antarctica? Scientists answer

Let’s imagine it’s the late Cretaceous period, roughly 66 to 100 million years ago. We have land-roaming dinosaurs and strange-looking early species, even though sharks as we know them actually swim in prehistoric oceans that cover 82% of the Earth. Redwoods and other conifers appear for the first time, as well as roses and flowering … Read more

No gamma rays from the dwarf galaxy solve the astronomical mystery

Written by Roland Crocker for Conversation A glowing bubble known as a “cocoon,” which appears to be inside one of the massive gamma-ray emission from the center of our galaxy dubbed “Fermi bubbles,” has baffled astronomers since its discovery in 2012. In a new research published in natural astronomy, we show that the cocoon is … Read more