Researchers have spotted a new class of radio objects in space that has never been documented before. Known as ‘Odd Radio Circles’ or ORC, it's believed they may be coming from a mysterious structure from another galaxy, unseen by human eyes. The waves take the form of blasts of colourful...
An international team of astronomers studying the atmosphere of Venus have found traces of a rare chemical that on Earth can only be produced by life. Astronomers have speculated for decades that high clouds on Venus could offer a home for microbes – floating free of the scorching surface, but...
A bizarre giant fish has found off a beach in Australia and it has been drawing attention from both locals and internet users. Look, if you were strolling down a lovely Australian beach and suddenly found a festering pile of flesh about as tall as Lebron James and almost 100...
THE Hubble Space Telescope has captured an image of the most distant single star ever seen. Astronomers have identified a star 9 billion light years from Earth – the farthest individual star ever seen. Usually is it impossible to make out stars at distances greater than around 100 million light years,...
As concrete deteriorates over time, even the smallest cracks can pose a major threat to the stability of a structure. A team of biologists and materials scientists led by Jing Luo of Rutgers University in New Jersey, US, has demonstrated that serious problems caused by cracks in concrete can be...
A DNA analysis of Britain's oldest complete skeleton, also known as "Cheddar Man," revealed that the first modern Britons may not have been pale, as many people may have assumed, but had "dark to black" skin, the Guardian reported. Britain's oldest complete skeleton, known as Cheddar Man, was unearthed more...
A gigantic asteroid which is larger than the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, will hurtle past our planet in around two weeks time. Asteroid 2002 AJ129 – which at 0.7 miles is wider than the tallest building in the U.S. (New York's One World Trade Center) stacked on top...
Cutting edge technology has revealed that Viking women were warriors too. By reconstructing a skull found in a Viking graveyard in Norway, British scientists have brought the face of a female warrior to life. When scientists began to reconstruct her facial features it was discovered she had a serious head injury,...
A never-before-seen extraterrestrial mineral was lurking inside a meteorite found nearly 70 years ago. The meteorite is red and black and deeply scarred from its million-year-plus journey, and certainly looks the part. The mineral it contains has been christened edscottite. The mineral was found after close examination of the Wedderburn...
Argentine scientists are celebrating the discovery of the remains of a giant plesiosaur, a four-finned carnivorous marine reptile that lived in Antarctic waters around 150 million years ago. The ancient four-finned sea monster, with a huge body and a long, winding neck look remarkably like the Loch Ness monster. However,...