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‘Qutrit’ Experiments Show Progress in Quantum Teleportation

The quantum realm is spooky

Inspired by Nature but as Tough as Iron: Metal Foams

Metal Foams, better than Heavy Metal

6 of the Best Epic YA Fantasy Novels to Get Lost...

YA is hot, and so is fantasy! These YA fantasy novels are standouts

The World’s Deepest Caves and The Race to the Bottom of...

If they find messages from Arne Saknussemm, we'll need Superman to help us with the Mole Men

Ancient Meteor Strike Deluged Mars With Planet-Scale Tsunami

With gravity lower than Earth's, waves could have circled the planet multiple times

Astronomers Say They’ll Soon Release First Video of a Black Hole

First the stills, then the movie
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NASA Teams With European Counterparts to Stop Asteroids Hitting Earth

Finally! Maybe now we can actually figure out how to save the planet from one existential threat
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Many vegetative patients are actually ‘covertly conscious’ – Big Think

It may be possible ti imagine a worse hell....
Short and Sweet – our Fifth Issue

Les articles populaires d’août 2019

Steve Davidson nous présente le cinquième numéro de la revue https://amazingstories.com/2019/08/short-and-sweet-our-fifth-issue/ https://amazingstories.com/2019/08/today-i-got-nothing/ R Graeme Cameron présente une anthologie assez particulière https://amazingstories.com/2019/07/clubhouse-review-broken-sun-broken-moon-a-surreal-anthology-by-brent-hayward/ Steve Fahnetalk rend hommage à Leigh Brackett https://amazingstories.com/2019/08/leigh-brackett-queen-of-pulp-takes-on-mars/ R Graeme...

How Will The Universe End

Does it matter if you won't be around?

Quiz: Which Book About Artificial Intelligence Should You Read?

Be careful how you answer - some AI is probably using this quiz to learn all about you!

Plant-Based Shrimp is Coming to a Stir-Fry Near You

How long before they get around to salmon? And will grizzly bears eat it?

Japanese Probe Prepares to Return Sample of Asteroid to Earth

Hayabusa 2 appears to be working flawlessly and will be returning an asteroid sample to Earth

Scientists Baffled by Giant Bubbles Sandwiching Our Galaxy

Giant Space Bubbles are Sandwiching Our Galaxy, and astronomers can't figure out what kind of bread is being used!

China Claims Its Moon Rover Found a Colorful “Gel-Like” Substance

Maybe that "gel-like" substance is what caused the Indian lander to malfunction....

Astronomers Suggest Microbes Could Be Floating in Venus’ Atmosphere6

Sadly, we had to give up on Venus as a swampy, prehistoric abode of life in favor of a caustic hell hole. This may be changing once again.

Japan Pledges $900 Million to Cyborg, Human Hibernation Research

Cold Sleep! Sleeper Ships! (Whatever you do, do NOT offer this service to "Honest John" Barlow!)

Physicist advances a radical theory of gravity

Physicist Verlinde's theory would eliminate dark matter

Astronomers Detect Eight New Potential Alien Signals

FRBs. Natural phenom, navigational beacons or attempts at contact?

Meet Astro: The Next-Gen Spacesuit Designed For The Moon And Beyond

Pretty cool design, but when are we going to get around to making spacesuits non-monochromatic?

Scientists Found a Way to Create Millions of Virtual Universes

Why worry about this universe when you can create your own?

Supernova Unlike Any Seen Before Illuminates Deaths of Earliest Stars

Take a look at the largest super nova ever seen!

Animated Map Dots the 4,000 Exoplanets Discovered since 1992

So, just where are all those exo planets they've found so far?

These Next Generation X-ray Mirrors Could Be Used by NASA to...

Xpray mirrors could capture the universe

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is Zapping Back More Data Than Expected

The solar probe is approaching its third encounter with the Sun. Source: NASA's Parker Solar Probe is Zapping Back More Data Than Expected

Emission Nebula Is 100 Light-Years Wide and Shaped Like a Seagull

The stunning Seagull Nebula is so named because its shape suggests a bird with wings spreading out across space. The nebula is massive, spanning...

Marvel, Scholastic Team to Produce Middle Grade Superhero Novels

Marvel and Scholastic have recruited popular young reader authors Nic Stone and Preeti Chhibber to write middle grade novels based on Marvel’s iconic superhero...