A New Iceberg The Size of Delaware, Peering Into Jupiter’s Red Spot, And A Quantum Photon Entanglement
The cracking Larsen C ice shelf is now 12 percent smaller. Plus, a new close-up of Jupiter’s giant storm.
President Trump has yet to name a presidential science advisor or directors for NASA and NOAA, and other key science positions.
Plus, involuntary manslaughter charges are brought against several officials in connection with the Flint, Michigan water crisis.
Researchers look to a simple organism to study how living in space might affect humans on a cellular level.
Plus, the health effects of your bread choices, wolves’ sense of equality, and more news from the week in science.
A century ago, we used general relativity to weigh the sun. A research team has finally done the same for a star outside our solar system.
Researchers find a doomed planet orbiting a massive hot star.