Science

The latest in science news, from the depths of space to the quantum realm.

Camera captures the world as animals see it, with up to 99% accuracy

January 25, 2024
It’s easy to forget that most animals don’t see the world the way humans do. In fact, many perceive colors that are invisible to us. But now, for the first time, scientists have found a way to capture footage as seen by animals, and it's mesmerizing.

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  • Rolls-Royce gets $6M to develop its ambitious nuclear space reactor

    July 23, 2024
    Rolls-Royce has received an additional £4.8 million (US$6.2 million) in funding from the UK Space Agency (UKSA) to develop key technology for a nuclear micro-reactor that could one day power lunar bases and spacecraft propulsion.
  • How NASA and SpaceX will deorbit and destroy the ISS

    July 18, 2024
    NASA has revealed details about its plan to deorbit the International Space Station (ISS) after it's decommissioned in 2030. At a press conference, NASA explained how the US Deorbit Vehicle (USDV) being built by SpaceX will be used for the job.
  • China plans to deflect near-Earth asteroid in 2030

    July 17, 2024
    China is looking to get into the planetary defense business. A new paper by the China National Space Administration (CNSA) confirms that in 2030, the country plans to conduct a test mission to deflect a small asteroid from its current course.
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