Previously, scientists believed that the majority of Earth's volatiles came from asteroids that formed closer to the Earth. The findings provide important insights into how Earth came to have the unique conditions required for life to thrive.
Researchers using MeerKAT have found nine millisecond pulsars, the majority of them in uncommon and occasionally unusual binary systems.
A new type of nanomaterial with interlocking molecules has the potential to be useful for a wide range of applications, including specialized sensors and new types of electronics
Two planets with Earth-like masses have been found in orbit around the red dwarf star GJ 1002, which is close to our solar system, by an international team of scientists led by IAC researchers.
Objects from more than 13 billion years ago, among them Maisies Galaxy, are included in two new images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.
A study for the first time offers a scientific reason why some glass cookware is more susceptible to explosive shattering and the likelihood of exposing users to injury