Some interpretations of quantum mechanics propose that our entire universe is described by a single universal wave function that constantly splits and multiplies.
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GPS is integral in bringing new technology to farms, such as autonomous tractors, smart sprayers with AI and better tools for data collection.
In new research, we used data from InSight to detect and locate four high-speed meteoroid collisions, and then tracked down the resulting craters.
Our new paper shows how massive stars in such stellar nurseries can steal exoplanets away from each other — and what the signs of such theft are.
Astronomers now routinely discover planets orbiting stars outside of the solar system — they're called exoplanets.
A wormhole is like a tunnel between two distant points in our universe that cuts the travel time from one point to the other.
In 1961, the US astrophysicist Frank Drake, who passed away on Sept. 2 at the age of 92, came up with an equation to estimate the number of intelligent civilizations in the Milky Way right now.
The new images reveal JWST will be a fantastic tool for astronomers aiming to improve their knowledge of exoplanets.
Our increasing reliance on space infrastructure makes modern economies increasingly vulnerable to the impacts of accidents and unlawful or irresponsible acts in space.
A new way of teaching science can give students a chance to learn how science really makes its way forward and offer them a chance to mix it up themselves.
It's been 50 years since humans last visited the moon, and even robotic missions have been few and far between. But the Earth's only natural satellite is about to get crowded.
With the Artemis program, Earth as a global community has the opportunity to participate and push back the frontiers of human knowledge and innovation.
Data sonification has powerful applications in research, education and outreach, and also enables blind and visually impaired communities to understand plots, images and other data.
Spanning more than a million light years from end to end, the jet shoots away from a black hole with enormous energy, and at almost the speed of light.