Giant ice volcanoes may have recently changed the face of Pluto

Posted in Science on 31st Mar, 2022
by Alex Muller

A new study claims to have found evidence of huge ice volcanoes on Pluto.

How Will The Universe End? Scientists Seek An Answer In The Biggest Galaxy Map Yet

Posted in Science on 29th Jan, 2022
by Alex Muller

By mapping the large structure of the universe over time, scientists hope to chart how the rate of expansion-and perhaps the dark energy driving it, has changed and how it might in the future.

A Quarter Of Sun-Like Stars Consume Their Own Planets, According To New Research

Posted in Science on 13th Oct, 2021
by Alex Muller

This study opens the possibility of using chemical analysis to identify stars that are more likely to host true analogues of our calm solar system. There are millions of relatively nearby stars similar to the sun.

New research shows there is probably no water under the South Pole of Mars

Posted in Science on 6th Aug, 2021
by Alex Muller

Mars may have clay under its South Pole, not liquid water, as some researchers previously suspected. After years of scientific mystery, a new study is one of three recent works that give evidence for alternate explanations to the Martian lakes hypothesis.

How Many Galaxies Are In The Universe? A New Answer From The Darkest Sky Ever Observed

Posted in Reviews, Science on 24th Jan, 2021
by Alex Muller

Amid the vast sea of galaxies, stars, and planets, are we really the only species to ever look out and wonder if we're alone? It seems very numerically unlikely. Perhaps one day we will have a way to find out.