The European Space Agency (ESA) is looking at a plan that would take advantage of the fact the sun never stops shining in space, and sunlight is much more intense there than on Earth's surface.
After months of tweets and teases, Elon Musk is managing expectations around Tesla's AI Day tonight. The company will debut its humanoid Optimus robot and give self-driving updates.
Meta debuted a new type of art-generating AI that can create videos from nothing but text prompts - with results that are creepy, surreal and impressive.
Twitter is changing its video player so users can expand videos to full screen with a single tap - just like TikTok videos.
Hubble now circles the Earth at a height of 335 miles (540km) but NASA would like to get it back up to 372 miles (600km), where it was originally positioned when it was launched in 1990.
A new study has revealed that dogs can smell if you're stressed - but that's not all they know about you. Here's a roundup of what dogs have learned about humans since being domesticated.
A cache of grisly photographs of monkeys reportedly injured or killed in experiments with Elon Musk's Neuralink brain implant technology may not be publicly released - amid a lawsuit.
Inappropriate language, sexual harassment, outbursts, humiliation and misuse of power are all examples of hostile behaviour, according to the researchers from Anglia Ruskin University.
The image is the closest look at Europa that any spacecraft has provided in more than 20 years, when the US space agency's Galileo came within 218 miles (351 km) of the surface in January 2000.
Revealed at the Seattle tech giant's annual launch event, Kindle Scribe is the tech giant's first Kindle to come with a stylus - a pen-like device with a tip.
Scientists have discovered new evidence that suggests there could be liquid water on Mars - a breakthrough in our longtime efforts to determine if the Red Planet once hosted life.
Whether adapting existing vocabulary to bypass algorithms (known as 'algospeak') or creating completely new words, TikTok has sparked a transformation of the English language.
Hubble and the US space agency's new super space observatory James Webb both captured views of the first ever plantery defence experiment, known as the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART).
Bitcoin mining fails to meet sustainability criteria and damages the climate more than beef production or the mining of precious metals, say experts at the University of New Mexico.
Archaeologists discovered an ancient Buddhist temple and dozens of other well-preserved structures and artifacts in one of India's tiger reserve parks.
Dubbed 'the Sparkler galaxy', it got its name thanks to the compact objects appearing as small yellow-red dots surrounding it, referred to by Canadian researchers as 'sparkles.'
Hurricane Ian has left a trail of destruction in its wake with over 2.5 million people having lost power. The storm made landfall with ferocious 155 mph winds and drove an 18-foot storm surge inl...
Experts studied microscopic glass beads found in regolith brought back to Earth from the moon in December 2020 as part of the Chinese National Space Agency's Chang'e-5 Lunar mission.
The auction, to take place in Hong Kong on November 30, will be the first time a T. rex skeleton has ever been offered at auction in Asia.
The skeleton of the 23-foot creature was discovered in the Pierre Shale in the US state of Wyoming, where there was once a huge inland sea.
Meta has permanently banned the official Instagram account for Pornhub. The porn site has responded with an open letter, branding the platform's policies as 'hypocritical'.
Thanks to data from Hubble, researchers at Colorado College were able to discover that the Magellanic system is surrounded by a protective shield of hot supercharged gas called a corona.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow and Western Sydney University have identified seven categories of dog behaviours that owners perceive as important for bonding with their pets.
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Autumn leaves on the trees will be dull this year due to the hot summer weather. The National Trust says the drought has meant trees shed leaves prematurely to conserve water and energy.
Scientists at Queen's University Belfast managed to train dogs to detect a sample of sweat taken from a stressed person, suggesting they can smell the chemical changes caused by stress.
The gruesome scene was discovered in Peru by archaeologists who found skeletons of 76 children that were buried in two mounds. Mound I had 25 graves and the rest laid to rest in Mound II.
Almost half the world's bird species have declining populations at least one in eight are threatened by extinction, a new report reveals.
The National Bee Unit has urged beekeepers to 'remain vigilant' after one of the hornets was spotted in Chelmsford, Essex.
European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti followed along with certified yoga teacher Jaime Amor who conducted the yoga class from an Earth-based studio.
The 439-year-old remains, found in China, included 20 teeth that could only come from a fish with an arched jaw margin, suggesting this may be the first creature to have a jaw.
Apple is said to have cut the production of six million iPhone 14 handsets due to a weaker-than-expected demand. The handset saw a more than $100 price increase in markets outside the US.
Archaeologists working to unlock all the secrets of ancient Pompeii recently used a tool that doesn't spring to mind when you think of excavations - an iPad Pro.
Six years after the Titanic sank, SS Mesaba was torpedoed by a German U-boat while returning from Liverpool to Philadelphia as part of a convoy in September 1918.
On Saturday, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's SpaceX launched 52 Starlink satellites to low-Earth orbit from Florida's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
The world's first all-electric passenger plane took to the skies for the first time to reach an altitude of 3,500 feet during an 8-minute flight in Washington.
The greenhouse gas methane has been spewing from both Nord Stream 1 and 2 since Monday, after three leaks appeared in the system. This has raised climate fears from scientists.
Cassie clocked the historic time of 24.73 seconds, starting from a standing position and returning to that position after the sprint, with no falls
Virgin Orbit's Cosmic Girl plane will take off from Newquay with a 70-foot-long rocket packed full of satellites, which will then be flown to high altitude, dropped, and ignited before flying in...
Scientists at Aberystwyth University and the University of Portsmouth have found that hoofed species that are promiscuous or eat from trees display more stress symptoms in captivity.
Researchers from Boston University found that wealthier children are less likely to gamble on the possibility of a bigger prize and if there was a chance it would reduce it than poorer children.
Researchers at the University of Surrey have found that transitioning to Daylight Saving Time negatively affects driving performance as a result of disrupted circadian rhythms and lack of sleep.
The voice-controlled devices may impede youngster's learning skills, critical thinking and empathy, according to Dr Anmol Arora, a researcher at Cambridge University.
The number of electric vehicles in the U.S. has increased by 87.5 percent in the last year, a report reveals, but the country needs to speed up investment to have enough charging outlets.
The tiny Light Italian Cubesat for Imaging of Asteroids (LICIACube) spacecraft captured the moment of NASA's DART spacecraft colliding with an asteroid in all its messy glory.
Named Wufengella, the stubby creature was just half an inch long and segmented like an earthworm, according to researchers at the University of Bristol.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is not one of America's ten wealthiest people for the first time since 2015, thanks to his company's plummeting stock price over the last year.
The fulmar was born in July 1975 and was spotted almost half a century later on the island of Eynhallow, says the British Trust for Ornithology.
A new 'pinch-grasping' robot system unveiled by Amazon shows the machine deftly grabbing and stowing a wide range of different items - moving at a fast rate of 1,000 items per hour.
University of Rochester experts say the asteroid impact, which left behind the Vredefort crater near present-day Johannesburg, would have had devastating consequences for Earth.
NASA's DART spacecraft struck a 170-metre wide asteroid last night. MailOnline takes a look at some of the wackiest other techniques proposed that could save Earth from collision with a space roc...
Warming temperatures are making northern states more suitable for stink bugs. A study found the insect made a major shift northward from 2017 to 2019.
In experiments involving brain scans, researchers at the University of Georgia in Athens found stress can positively benefit brain function.
The excitement was palpable inside DART mission control as a $325 million (£240 million) spacecraft successfully smashed into an asteroid at 14,000mph, obliterating itself in the process.
An asteroid - crashing into Earth? Forget the economy. We'd be obliterated. Up in smoke. Lost forever with the poor old dinosaurs.
Pedestrians were able to make safer or more efficient choices when the eyes were fitted to a moving vehicle, report experts at the University of Tokyo.
NASA's DART successfully crashed into the Dimorphos asteroid at 7:14pm ET. This is the first attempt of a planetary defense test and teams erupted into an applause upon confirmation.
Videos posted to social media already show last night's historic impact event captured by telescopes in Hawaii and South Africa.
Google has created an Easter Egg for its search engine to celebrate the successful DART planetary defence mission. It is triggered by search terms 'NASA DART', 'DART' and 'DART probe'.
The DART spacecraft launched from California last November and finally completes its 10-month journey in the early hours of Tuesday UK time.
California is set to phase out new natural gas furnaces and heaters by 2030, which means all new homes and building must be constructed with electrical services.
The gas giant came closest to Earth in almost 60 years yesterday, and today it will reach opposition, meaning the planet will appear opposite the sun to those on Earth.
NASA is rolling back its Artemis I rocket at 11pm ET Monday. The agency was waiting on weather data before it made this decision because this means the mission misses the launch window.
Ancient text says the last stalk of silphion, the miracle plant, was given to Emperor Nero in the first century AD, but a researcher believes it has been growing in Turkey for thousands of years.
Researchers from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences have constructed an image of the Utopia Planitia basin on Mars from data returned by the Zhurong rover.
Adam Levine's leaked flirty DMs to fans have been widely mocked by social media users. MailOnline takes a look at studies and expert opinions that reveal what the Maroon 5 singer did right and wr...
The negative actions included a spouse breaking a promise, showing anger or impatience, or criticising their partner, according to researchers at the University of Texas.
The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) was launched last November ahead of a year-long journey to crash into the small asteroid Dimorphos, which orbits a larger one called Didymos.
The image shows a dead 'nightmarish' shark with beady eyes and a human-like smile. This deep-sea creature is a gulper shark that is critically endangered in Australia due to overfishing.
A robotics expert analyzed the mass of all rovers and orbiters sent to Mars in the last 50 years and subtracted the weight of what is currently in operation, resulting in 15,694 pounds of debris.
A great white shark named Breton is fitted with a GPS tracker as part of the OCEARCH research mission. A map showing his travels through the Atlantic Ocean reveals the outline of a shark.
Researchers at the University of California San Diego have created a shoe material that starts to biodegrades after just four weeks submerged in sea water, and provides nutrients to bacteria.
Maya is the world's first cloned Artic wolf. The pup was created by a genetics firm that used a donor cell from a wild female Arctic wolf and combined it with an embryo that was grown inside a be...
Researchers from the University of Minnesota recorded octopuses attacking various prey, and found they preferred certain arms over others when hunting.
Apple has today released a software update, iOS 16.0.2, that fixes a glitch that caused the iPhone's camera lens to vibrate while being used in a third-party app as well as a copy-paste popup bug...
The UK government confirmed that it is lifting the ban on fracking this week in an effort to boost local fossil fuel production amid a deepening energy crisis.
Stunning images taken by Andrew McCarthy from his garden in Florence, Arizona, show Jupiter beautifully lit up against the night sky, highlighting its red spot and cloud bands.
Today is the September Equinox, marking the first day of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere.
Apple has announced that it has identified a fix for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max camera shake issue and that a software update will be released next week to resolve it.
The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) was launched last year ahead of an almost year-long journey to crash into the small asteroid Dimorphos, which orbits a larger one called Didymos.
Hilton has partnered with Voyager to help design luxurious suites inside the Starlab commercial space station. The living quarters are set to make 'extended stays in space more comfortable.'
The image was taken more than 264 miles above Earth's surface, revealing Mount Ruapehu's crater lake that sits near the summit and provides clues about a future eruption.
The outage appeared around 11:45am and impacted users across the world. Many people were unable to access their accounts, read messages or are seeing a blank feed.
Several of the popular houseplants found in the US, and around the world, contain toxic chemicals that can cause vomiting, diarrhea and even death in children and pets when ingested.
Instagram is working on a new feature that will detect if a user has been sent a nude image and automatically cover it up, before giving them the option of whether to open it or not.
Lead author Dr Maciek Wielgus, of the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Germany, said: 'We think we're looking at a hot bubble of gas zipping around Sagittarius A*.'
Software deveoper, Gerald Eichstädt, has created stunning 3D renders based on Juno's data, which he presented at the Europlanet Science Congress this week.
Apple's latest software update - iOS 16 - was made available last week. MailOnline takes a look at some of the lesser-known functions of your iPhone with the latest operating system.
The German branch of animal rights group Peta claims that men contribute significantly more to the climate crisis than women, primarily through their meat consumption.
SpaceX originally planned to launch Starship into orbit in January 2022, but was forced to delay following an environmental assessment of the Boca Chica launch site in Texas.
Of the 8,431 species in Great Britain that have been assessed using IUCN Regional Red List criteria, 13 per cent have been classified as threatened with extinction.
Researchers from New Mexico Highlands University say that men with big penises and trimmed pubic hair are seen as more attractive, extroverted, and open to new experiences.
The study by international conservation charity ZSL claims that restoring biodiversity could boost wildlife and buffer city dwellers from heatwaves, forest fires and flooding.
Researchers from Durham University took 4D ultrasound scans of 100 pregnant women to see how their unborn babies responded after being exposed to flavours.
California will begin offering the option of human composting after death thanks to a bill recently signed into law that aims to tackle climate change.
A NASA astronaut captured star trails from space in a stunning image taken onboard the International Space Station.
A photographer used artificial intelligence to bring stars who left us too soon back to life - creating eerie portraits of Princess Diana, Kurt Cobain, John Lennon, Janis Joplin and Freddie Mercu...
Doctors at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in the USA have found that surgery patients require a lower dosage of sedative during their procedure if they wear a virtual reality headset.
The US space agency's $10 billion (£7.4 billion) observatory has revealed the ice giant in a whole new light, after capturing the clearest view of the distant planet's rings in more than 30 year...
The FIFA 23 Web App launches today, giving Ultimate Team fans the opportunity to get a head start in creating the perfect side and beginning their quest for FIFA immortality.
Twitter has lost about nine percent of its 8,200 staffers in the months since Elon Musk announced his takeover bid, as staffers blame the mogul's behavior for their departures.
Researchers from Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology carried out a genetic study to understand the scale, nature, and impact of human migration during the Medieval period.
Unlike the notch, Dynamic Island is an interactive part of the display, providing quick access to alerts, notifications and background activities without interrupting the app you are using.
Whether it's creating perfectly cooked fries and burgers or pouring soda without any spills, robot chefs are venturing further into the $296 billion U.S. fast food industry amid a nationwide labo...
A new study led by the British Antarctic Survey has warned that the Pine Island Ice Shelf could be more vulnerable to complete disintegration than previously thought.
Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences studied 1,000 fossilised dinosaur eggs and eggshells, and claim the animals were already in decline when the asteroid struck.
Researchers from Brown University have found that when woodpeckers drum their beaks against a tree they activate the same brain regions that songbirds use when learning to vocalise.
Researchers from Stockholm University found that wolves show more affection towards familiar people than strangers, suggesting that dogs' attachment to us pre-dates domestication.
Chinese researchers recreated a series of typical accident scenarios via computational methods to investigate how head injuries were affected by collisions or falls.
If you've ever searched for something innocuous on YouTube but ended up in a rabbit hole of extreme or distasteful content, then you're familiar with the frustrations of the platform's algorithms...
A person claims their wrist was burned by a Samsung Galaxy Watch while they were sleeping. A post with the person's injury and the back of the watch that caused the burn was shared on Reddit.
The US space agency has released a recording of a Martian meteoroid impact, with a distinctive 'bloop' sound ringing out three times as the space rock enters the atmosphere and then explodes into...
Researchers at Western Sydney University have found that over 1,000 tree species are at risk of exceeding their natural climate tolerance, including Queen Elizabeth's favourite oak.
A flying motorbike that can travel at 62 miles per hour for up to 40 minutes made its U.S. debut this week at the North American Auto Show in Detroit. The hoverbike is the work of Aerwins.
The James Webb Space Telescope has released its first images of Mars - providing a unique and more detailed look at the Red Planet's atmosphere.
The Winchcombe meteorite, which crashed into a driveway in the Gloucestershire town last year, is also thought to hold clues about where the water in the Earth's vast oceans came from.
MailOnline takes a look at the world's most realistic humanoid robots - and what they could be used for in the near future.
A study by Trinity College Dublin reveals a slowing of continental plates was the critical event that enabled magma to rise to the Earth's surface and deliver devastating knock-on impacts.
The return of an animal absent from the capital for more than a century was discovered through a hidden wildlife camera installed by conservation charity the Zoological Society of London (ZSL).
The tech giant last night revealed its new Apple Watch 8 will make family planning 'easy and convenient' with an ovulation feature. The watch - which will cost from £419
The exoplanet, located just outside of our solar system, can be seen in several filters of infrared light. This reveals different details of the alien world never before seen by human eyes.
PETER HOSKIN: Cologne - a city with one of the most vast, awe-inspiring cathedrals in all Christendom. And, as it happens, one of the most vast, awe-inspiring gatherings in all gaming.
Frank Drake pioneered the modern search for aliens by creating the first interstellar message ever transmitted deliberately into space from Earth, with the hopes of contacting alien life.
HMD Global, the maker of Nokia devices, has revealed four new devices and an environmentally-friendly subscription service at IFA 2022 in Berlin.
Internal documents reveal Twitter was set to rollout an OnlyFans-like subscription, but had to pause the product because it cannot 'cannot accurately detect child sexual exploitation.'
Field Museum researchers examined skulls of 450 mice and found the ones on the western side of the mountains were larger, despite being genetically identical to those on the east.
Tesla is on a major hiring spree for the teams that will build its humanoid robot Optimus, which is set to be unveiled September 30 at the company's AI Day.
Astronaut and Marine Colonel Nicole Aunapu Mann will become the first Native American woman in space when NASA's next crew arrives at the International Space Station in October.
HMS Anson, an attack submarine worth £1.3 billion and equipped with 38 missiles and torpedoes, has joined the Royal Navy fleet after a commissioning ceremony in Barrow, Cumbria.
The Switchblade, a flying sports car developed by Samson Sky, has been given approval to begin flight testing. The £145,000 vehicle can reach 200 mph in the air and 125 mph on the road.
Adding shredded pieces of personal protective equipment to cement makes concrete stronger and more resistant to cracks. Rubber gloves were found to increase concrete strength by 22%.
Male dolphins form tactical alliances with other males to help them mate with females, scientists from the University of Bristol have discovered, These alliances make up a multilevel society.
Researchers from the National Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland studied two decades worth of measurements to predict the ice loss from the Greenland Ice Sheet.
The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) was launched last November ahead of a year-long journey to crash into the small asteroid Dimorphos, which orbits a larger one called Didymos.
The enormous Space Launch System (SLS) is scheduled to blast into space on August 29 as part of a six-week mission that will see it carry an uncrewed Orion spacecraft to lunar orbit and back.
Scientists claim there is a one in six chance of a mega-volcano to occur before the end of the century and as history shows, it would have terrifying consequences for mankind.
Paleontologists are furious about another prehistoric specimen being sold to an anonymous bidder at auction. They say these priceless dinosaurs are being treated like nothing more than toys for t...
Research from Florida Atlantic University has found that glyphosate, the active ingredient of the herbicide Roundup, causes convulsions in round-worms even at very low concentrations.
Scientists from the European Space Agency (ESA) have created the first water map of Mars, based on data from its Mars Express Observatory and NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Elon Musk has subpoenaed his friend and former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey amid the ongoing legal battle over his $44 billion acquisition of the social network.
Claims have been spreading that James Webb's photos debunk the Big Bang theory. However, these claims are simply not true, and are based on misconstrued quotes and data.
The 'wonderful' arrow was found in a melted ice patch in Norway's Jotunheimen Mountains in Innlandet County, on August 17.
China has unveiled its first suspended maglev line built with permanent magnets, which engineers claim can keep a 'sky train' afloat even without a power supply.
A narrow current that goes around Antarctica causes warm water to melt ice shelves - floating platforms of ice around a landmass, say experts at Caltech and JPL, California.
Testosterone influences activity of oxytocin - the so-called 'cuddle' hormone associated with social bonding, say experts at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
Consumers may soon be able to tell how their weekly food shop affects the planet thanks to new research by Oxford-led experts on the environmental impact of 57,000 products.
Researchers have looked at the long-lasting effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in April 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico on the BP-operated Macondo Prospect.
Hackers have the capability to exploit a software flaw in the Emergency Alert System in order to issue fake warnings over radio and TV stations.
Temperatures over 104F (40C) were observed in parts of Portugal, Spain, France and the UK, according to the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S).
EXCLUSIVE: The new TRDR Pocket 'Series 2' from Go Games comes with one of three built-in AI 'personalities' - Scarlet, Tony and Julia - which users can chat to while they're playing.