The iceberg, known as A68a, broke apart from the Antarctic Peninsula in 2017 and has been drifting ever since.
Scientists are divided on broader implications of the find for ancient gender roles.
Efforts to limit global warming often focus on emissions from fossil fuels, but food is crucial, too, according to new research.
The new one-year freeze is a sign of the growing financial burden caused by climate change.
A new analysis of data from NASA’s Kepler spacecraft increases the number of habitable exoplanets thought to exist in this galaxy.
It depends on a complicated interplay of transmission rates, available doses and societal goals.
President Trump’s withdrawal formally came into force the day after Election Day in the United States. Here’s what it means.
Scientists are figuring out the chemical triggers that turn the liquid stored in silk glands into a solid that’s tougher than Kevlar.
The White House did not take basic steps to investigate its outbreak. We worked with geneticists to sequence the virus that infected two journalists exposed during the outbreak, providing clues to how it may have spread.
Women have accomplished a great deal on the space station, when they’ve been there.
Cruise companies must follow stringent health and safety protocols to be allowed to resume passenger excursions.
If symptomatic, they were more likely to develop complications and die than nonpregnant women with symptoms.
Findings from a test event with 1,200 attendees suggest that indoor concerts have a “low” impact on infection rates, providing they are well ventilated and follow hygiene protocols.
While later dinosaurs in this lineage were giant herbivores with tiny brains, this small species packed a lot more power in its skull.
A visual tour of the International Space Station, humanity’s high-tech home in the sky.
Once derided as a poster child for government waste, the outpost in orbit is now seen as a linchpin for future economic activity in space.
The astronauts survived the accident, a reminder of the Soyuz rocket’s excellent engineering.
“I love coffee and I was worried that our standard freeze-dried brew wasn’t going to cut it,” one astronaut said.
Many of the greatest images you’ve seen from the space station were made in the cupola.
They went to the space station in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule, launching a new era of human spaceflight.
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