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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  • US returns to Moon after half a century with nail-biter landing

    February 22, 2024
    The United States has returned to the Moon after over 50 years. At 6:24 pm EST, the robotic Odysseus touched down autonomously on the lunar surface, followed by a tense 13-minute gap as radio communications were established with mission control.
  • How to watch the US Moon landing live

    February 21, 2024
    The Odysseus lunar lander, or 'Odie', is slated to touch down near the Moon's south pole on Thursday, aiming to be the first US-made spacecraft on the lunar surface in five decades. Here's how you can watch every tense second of the historic event.
  • Brightest object in the universe is swallowing a Sun every day

    February 20, 2024
    The brightest object in the known universe has just been found. It's a supermassive black hole with the mass of 17 billion Suns, and it swallows another Suns’ worth of material every day, making it also the fastest-growing black hole ever found.
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