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Mars has sparked the interest of UFO believers and non alike. "This could indicate there is intelligent life below the ground and uses light as we do," UFO Sightings Daily's Scott C. This is not a glare from the sun, nor is it an artifact of the
Osborn, 13, was the grand prize winner at the Los Cerritos Middle School Science Fair last month...Kyle investigated the origin of cosmic rays, their frequency in the daytime versus nighttime and their impact on evolution.
The unusual events, which were detected in a long, 2.3 km deep tunnel, occurred during both the phases 1960s-70s, and 1980s The handful of unusual events observed in the underground experiments at the Kolar Gold Field (KGF) mines during the 1960-70s
The data sets show a magnetic field that is nearly perpendicular to the motion of our solar system through the galaxy. In addition to shedding light on our cosmic neighborhood, the results offer an explanation for a decades-old mystery on why we
The cosmic ray physics team measured super-high-energy particles to study anisotropies, or the unequal distribution of particles as they arrive from various directions. The particles were expected to be isotropic, or equally distributed as they
11 February 2014 0 View comments The mystery over where complex organics on the moon came from has long baffled scientists. These organics, found on the lunar surface's ice pockets, are carbon-based compounds that are the central building blocks to
When it resumes operation in 2015, it will produce collisions at even higher rates. Because of this, those of us wishing to record and analyse the data have to be very selective about which events we are going to save. We spend a lot of time and
An Italian scientist has taken 37 years worth of data from both Voyager space probes and turned it into music...The composer, Domenico Vicinanza, is a project manager at Geant Europe's high-speed data network that powers Cern and the Large Hadron
Back in April of this year, the same team of physicists captured the highest energy neutrinos ever detected. Dubbed Bert and Ernie, the elusive subatomic particles likely originated from beyond our solar system, and possibly even our galaxy.
Carbon capture and storage to be monitored by cosmic rays Science reporter, BBC News, Newcastle The wells that produce oil and gas may end up being carbon storage sites Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a proposed route to mitigate fossil-fuel