The eerie phenomenon was captured by NASA's 'MAVEN' orbiter but astronauts are unlikely to see it as it is only visible as ultraviolet light - naked to the human eye.
The Southern Alps in New Zealand are the latest icy region to be devastated by global warming and a study has found their glaciers have shrunk by up to 62 per cent by 1600.
Experts found N95 masks can be sanitize in an Instant Pot at 212 degrees Fahrenheit for just 50 minutes. The method proved to disinfect masks from the coronavirus that is still plague the world.
A massive wall of acid clouds has been spotted hiding below the hellish atmosphere of Venus that has gone unnoticed for 35 years. JAXA spotted the 4,000 mile long feature in infrared images.
Researchers from the University of St Andrews in Scotland studied wild golden lion tamarins and found the first ever evidence of primates sharing food among adults in the wild.
Researchers from Lancaster University and the University of Texas recorded 39,000 uses of those words in fictional and non-fictional text from novels to movies.
Experts found a climate system is creating wind in East Asia that moves west to east across the globe, carrying with it a Rossby wave, which travels to the North Atlantic during peak Hurricane se...
The US tech giant, which unveiled its much anticipated budget Pixel 4a this week, quietly discontinued its flagship device.
It is only available in black at the minute and will be available for pre-order in UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain on September 10 and will go on sale on October 1.
Seabird poop is a million dollar market. The waste is used in commercial fertilizer and nutrients contribute to marine life health. Experts say the feces generates at least $400 million a year.
Curiosity has seen a lot in eight years as part of its mission to find out whether Mars has any water or the chemical building blocks that could point to evidence of ancient life.
Archaeologists digging up Stone Age skeletons in Osłonki, Poland were hoping the remains would shed light on the diets and farming habits of the time when they found evidence of a wealth gap.
Scientists analysed bones of the extinct Dipoides beaver and plant fossils from Ellesmere Island in northern Canada to work out the creatures' diet.
The experts created polyurethane foams, made from algae oil, to meet commercial specifications for flip-flops and other footwear made from flexible plastic.
University of Cambridge scientists analysed data from 600,000 adults, drawn from five different datasets, including individuals questioned as part of a Channel 4 documentary.
Apple said that these game streaming services violate the terms and conditions of the App Store as they give access to games the company can't individually review.
The eclectic array of images showcase the 'beauty and diversity of life on our planet' as well as its intricate relationships, according to organisers BMC Ecology.
Dubbed the SN5, the prototype performed an almost 500-foot leap above SpaceX's development facility in Boco Chica, Texas, at 5pm local time.
In shaving experiments, engineers closely studied shaving in ultra-fine detail with an electron microscope to see how a razor blade can be damaged as it cuts human hair.
Twitter on Thursday announced the new steps to prevent the spread of content from state-affiliated media -- a move affecting key outlets from Russia and China.
Instagram claims a bug shielded President Donald Trump from negative hashtags while allowing such tags about Joe Biden, some derogatory, were visible on the platform.
Experts have speculated the famous Italian artist Raphael, who died 500 years ago, was laid to rest in Rome's Pantheon. Following a reconstruction of a skull from the site, their theory is confir...
Researchers from the US have determined that around three per cent of the Neanderthal genome came from breeding with another ancient human group.
The colourful LEGO Super Mario Adventures collection has fast become an Amazon bestseller and will probably be at the top of many Super Mario fans' Christmas lists this year too.
Black hole 'safe zones' could host thousands of blanets. These exoplanets may have formed from ice-covered dust swirling around the black hole and likely have 30,000 times the mass of Earth.
Dozens of examples of 'fluting' have been found in Yemen and Oman which date back 8,000 years. This technique had never been seen before outside of America.
University of Copenhagen and Indiana University scientists created the new materials that has a brilliant glow from positively charged fluorescent dyes.
Computer modelling from German and Czech researchers predict that two-year droughts will increase seven-fold in number across Europe between 2051 and 2100.
Researchers at the universities of Manchester and Salford studied rice consumption in England and Wales and prevalence of cardiovascular diseases caused by arsenic exposure.
Researchers at the Universities of Bologna and Padua studied the subsurface cavities that lava created billions of years ago under the surface of Mars and the Moon.
Chilean explorer and photographer Cristian Donoso has dedicated the last 24 years of his life to exposing the impact of climate change in more than 50 expeditions.
Researchers found much more families than expected kept having children until they have at least one boy and one girl, just like the Beckhams and the Kardashian family.
CT scans of the weird 20-foot-long creature and its incredible giraffe-like 10-foot long neck reveal it lived in water and was 'surprisingly adaptable' 242 million years ago.
The 99 million-year old insect stunningly preserved in amber from Myanmar was trapped just as it embraced its final victim - an ancient relative of the cockroach.
Researchers found that these various factors caused loneliness in different measures across three age groups - young adults, the middle aged and the old aged.
The simple gadget dramatically improves the wearer's ability to learn new words, say the University of Pittsburgh team behind the research new development.
In tests, the AI returned successfully revealed hidden connections between works held by New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art and Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum.
Restrictions will come into force in the EU and the UK in October and comes just days after Boris Johnson announced Britain's new anti-obesity drive.
Experts from the University of Zurich examined 700,000 plant specimens from the southwestern Pacific island as part of a study into its ecosystem diversity.
'Troubling emotions' and their link to climate change have been studied by University of Colombia researchers for the British Ecological Society in a first of its kind study.
Rare stellar explosions, called 'calcium-rich supernovae,' produced half of the universe's calcium and what is found in our teeth and bones, as it can create massive amounts in just seconds.
Elon Musk's startup Neuralink could have a prototype ready this year, but a new report warns brain-computer interfaces could open a window for hackers to read our thoughts and memories.
Experts warn hat if greenhouse gas emissions are not curbed, heatwaves could kill 73 people per 100,000 by 2100. The number of fatalities is more than HIV, malaria and yellow fever combined.
A new AI-powered program 'cloaks' images to ward off facial recognition apps. The tool makes subtle pixel-level changes that distort pictures enough so they cannot be used by online scrapers.
From true wireless headphones such as Apple Airpods and budget-friendly earbuds from ENACFIRE, Here are eight of the best headphone deals worth shopping this week.
'Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo' (BPPV) is a disorder of the inner ear in which changes in the position of one's head result in a sensation of spinning or motion.
Experts from the UK and Italy used data gathered by law enforcement on a real-life Mafia syndicate to test different ways of identifying the most crucial members.
An international team of researchers led by Queen Mary University of London used data from the sub-seafloor to create a new global picture of the ocean biosphere.
Instagram has come under fire for accessing iPhone cameras in the background after it was caught by Apple's new iOS 14. The notification appears as a green icon on the control panel.
Designed for 'Note loyalists', the standard Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra will both support 5G and stream Xbox games over the cloud.
Images from NASA's Juno mission have revealed large, rotating white clouds of ammonia covering more than 2,000 square miles of the planet's upper atmosphere.
An international team of astronomers led by the Max Planck Institute used a network of radio antennas linked together called the Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA).
Scientists from the University of Adelaide and South Australian Museum worked with Otago University, New Zealand to study the rare tuatara and its genetic makeup.
A team from the University of London examined dominance in pigeon society and looked at which had better access to resources such as food and mates.
Global land use change is creating increasing opportunities for contact between people and potential hosts of human disease, scientists warn.
Over 48 hours ago NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken were bobbing in the Gulf of Mexico inside SpaceX Dragon capsule and on Tuesday the pair conducted a live Q&A.
Japanese researchers found working out with music boosts a person's mood and their cognitive function more than exercising without music.
The study is part of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) 'Depression Grand Challenge' in collaboration and with support from Apple.
Ammonium nitrate is an odourless crystalline substance that is naturally stable and used in fertilisers, but when mixed with other chemicals such as oil can create a potent explosive.
UK scientists found that small trees in a water-deprived area of the rainforest showed increased capacity for photosynthesis and leaf respiration.
The 'Search the Web' feature, which is being trialled in six markets including the UK from today, lets users do a quick Google search on dubious-sounding content.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge created a new way to look at genes in the early human embryo to determine their function and found a potential route for coronavirus infection.
Researchers from Nottingham Trent University and the Royal Veterinary College analysed cases of canine heatstroke treated by UK vets.
Experts from China have 'stirred the pot' by showing how microwaving tea may ruin your cuppa - but a special silver-rimmed cup could allow it to be heated properly.
In the study, scientists from British Antarctic Survey (BAS) used images from the European Commission's Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite mission.
Researchers from the US used data from 3,600 men and a new scale of harmful masculinities to explore how toxic masculinity can impact health and society.
Tesla's Cybertruck is six feet wide which could pose trouble on roads around the world. CEO Elon Musk addressed the issue on Twitter when a user asked about a smaller version. Musk replied 'highl...
NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken used a satellite phone to make prank calls while waiting inside SpaceX's Crew Dragon Capsule following the splashdown Sunday.
Researchers from the University of Copenhagen compared drops in economic activity due to Covid-19 reduction measures in Sweden and Denmark.
An Inca offering used in human sacrifice rituals over 500 years ago was found in a Bolivian lake. A small gold bracelet and llama figure found inside were once covered in children's blood.
Researchers had claimed the fossil skull from Myanmar - which was preserved in amber - came from a hummingbird-sized dinosaur they named 'Oculudentavis khaungraae'.
The company is already recovering from a high-profile security breach last month, which it said could have an 'adverse impact' on business and reputation.
Eleanor Roaf, the director of public health in Trafford, said there are fears of a 'complacent middle class'. She worries white people will think the coronavirus only affects people from BAME com...
The prototype test is based on a study of the blood samples of 45 babies in Indian hospitals that experienced oxygen deprivation at birth, known as birth asphyxia.
A team of researchers from the Universities of the Highlands and Islands, St Andrews and Wales worked to uncover the lost passage that formed an 'ancient highway'.
Irish researchers examined 46 infected patients who were asked to assess changes to their smell, known as anosmia, and taste, known as ageusia.
Hidden in forests around the world lives a bizarre 'vampire plant' that sucks nutrients from other vegetation by attaching itself to the host's roots and attracts pollinators with a sweet nectar.
Chilean and US scientists spent 30 days observing a small herd of dairy cows that had recently given birth to observe social grooming, also known as allogrooming.
Virgin Galactic released the first concept images of its supersonic jet that will shuttle up to 19 people around the world at Mach 3 speeds. The firm is collaborating with Rolls-Royce to design t...
Experts found the bone cancer - an osteosarcoma - in a horned plant-eating dinosaur, Centrosaurus apertus, that lived in Canada during the Cretaceous Period.
The offerings were found in a stone box at the bottom of Lake Titicaca in the Andes mountains between Bolivia and Peru by a team from Penn State University.
Apple recently confirmed that the iPhone 12 release date would be delayed until at least October as a result of production delays, but a new report says the launch will be split in two stages.
A study led by a team at the University of Utah examined proteins in discarded hair found in rubbish bins from barbershops and salons across 20 US states.
The research, published in the British Medical Journal, found that three quarters of all trials reported no reduction in mortality among those who took drugs to lower their cholesterol.
Snapchat is taking on TikTok with a new music feature that lets users add music to snaps. There is also an option that opens the song in a a streaming platform, allowing users to listen to the co...
Twitter recently confirmed plans for a subscription model and is now surveying users about potential features. There could be the option to undo sent tweets, as well as profile customization.
Both dogs and human brains separately process the intonation - how a voice rises and falls - and the meaning of the words spoken.
The software will make use of satellite maps as well as live readings from weather stations and airports around the world to create 'the most realistic' version of the game ever developed.
UK neuroscientists say that energy supply to the brain remains constant and can't exceed an upper limit, however challenging a task is.
Incredible footage shows a small aquatic beetle being squeezed from the rear end of the black-spotted frog nearly two hours after being eaten in lab experiments.
Researchers from the US used a special computer algorithm to study thousands of valleys on the red planet - and reveal the processes that formed them.
Tired of removing tangled hair from your vacuum cleaner's brush-roll, or fed up with pet hair embedded in your sofa and carpet? If so, this Shark Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner could be the soluti...
With 61 per cent off, these over-ear headphones from DOQAUS are an absolute steal if you're after wireless headphones on a budget.
Amazon's bestselling and most popular smart speaker, the 3rd Gen Echo Dot with Alexa voice control is currently enjoying a 40 per cent discount.
Researchers found that these large carnivores - as well as the dhole, the Asian wild dog - have almost disappeared from the protected areas set aside for the Panda.
Parasites, which survive by living on another organism, have a 'bad PR problem' and are therefore thought of as something to eradicate, US researchers say.
Unmanned underwater robots equipped with acoustic monitors recorded the sperm whale sounds - or clicks - over several months and thousands of miles of ocean.
Researchers from KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), were able to dial up and down creatures' lifespans by altering protein activity levels.
Although just concept drawings for now, eBussy is due to launch in the UK next year with a starting price of around £14,000.
Facebook is taking on YouTube by adding official music videos to its platform in the US. The clips will be added to Facebook Watch, as well as the artists' pages. The rollout is set for August 1.
The striking planetary nebula, known as NGC 2899, appears to float and flutter across the sky in this pristine image from ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile.
As President Donald Trump wrestles with the decision to ban TikTok in the US, Microsoft could be in talks with the Chinese-owned video app to acquirer the platform.
An archaeologist claims three clay heads depict the earliest images of God. The figures date back 3,000 years and were uncovered in Israel along with horse statues, which align with biblical scri...
Amazon won approval from the Federal Communications to build is $10 billion Kuiper internet constellation of 3,236 satellites (stock) that would compete with Elon Musk's Starlink network.
Developed by researchers from Australia, the new road-covering material is the first to combine rubble and rubber in a mix optimised to meet road safety standards.
Mark Serreze, director of the National Snow and Ice Data Center, has been studying the St. Patrick Bay ice caps since the 1980s and discovered their disappearance.
This is the first record of a UK-acquired case of babesiosis and the second case of TBE being acquired in the UK, Public Health England (PHE) said.
Developed by scientists led from Bristol, the method has overturned a 350-year-old belief that sperm tails lash 'with a snakelike movement, like eels in water.'
Analysis of chemicals found in the soil at Hall's Cave in the Texas Hill Country found the climate cooled due to volcanic activity and not from a meteorite impact.
The announcement means that the new product line will miss that the California-based tech firm's customary September launch window.
The 4DX film experience combines multi-sensory effects including faint water and wind jets, scents and lighting, as well as motion effects, including seat movements.
The US social media giant said the spear phishing attack targeted 130 Twitter accounts, ultimately Tweeting from 45, accessing the DM inbox of 36, and downloading the Twitter Data of 7.
The male becomes entirely dependent on the female for nutrient supply, like a developing fetus in the womb of a mother - a process called 'sexual parasitism'.
British aviation giant Rolls-Royce has partnered with US firm Boom Supersonic and will work on a propulsion system for its Overture flagship plane.
Experts from the US and Germany mined a US database of reported negative side-effects from medication usage, with a focus on patients who had Botox injections.
The space telescope Integral, operated by the European Space Agency, traced the FRB to a highly magnetic dead star known as a magnetar, called SGR 1935+2154.
YouTubers bent the barrel of an F1 Assault Rifle 180-degrees to see if a bullet would follow the curved path and shoot our backwards. The test was successful, as the bullet smashed the sight.
For the first time in history, scientists have genetically-altered squid embryos by removing a pigmentation gene, resulting in transparent creatures that could answer a host of biological questio...
A researcher from Princeton University in New Jersey has found that testosterone levels and masculine features are directly related to the perception of a man's talent.
The underwater skeletons of 185 wooden ships, referred to as ghost vessels, were deliberately sunk or have been left to decompose for hundreds of years in the Potomac River, Maryland, US.
Most visitors think of New York's Parks as the only place to find trees. However, a new study found New York City has over 5 million 'forested natural areas' along with 666,000 street trees.
Australian scientists found sharks incubated in tanks that simulate temperatures in 2100 became 'right handed', preferring to swim to the right, a process known as lateralization.
Scientists have exposed very thin slices of ancient Egyptian mummy bones to light at different wavelengths in an attempt to discover how the people of the time would live, eat and spend their dai...
Ford created a futuristic-looking dog kennel that uses noise-cancellation panels and the carmarker's active noise control technology to create an insulated environment for pets.
The startup, called Humu, uses machine learning to parse through employee data and then 'nudges' workers to help them improve in areas that might make their work lives better.
First found in China, it has caused significant problems in other areas it has invaded. It can form dense mats of up to 1,500 mussels per square metre - which can suffocate scallops and oysters.
On Dec. 21, during winter solstice, four of Juno's cameras captured images of the Jovian moon Io, the most volcanic body in our solar system, on the mission's 17th flyby of the gas giant.
The ancient workshop is thought to date back to the 18th Dynasty, during the reign of Amenhotep III - King Tut's grandfather. The sphinx and hundreds of hieroglyphic fragments were found at the s...
A NASA rover has collected micro organisms from three feet into the ground in Chile's Atacama desert to give scientists a clear picture of what kind of bacteria they might expect to get from Mars...
In a profanity-laden tirade from one of TV's most famous liaisons of science and learning, viewers were dealt a stark warning about the disastrous effects of climate change.
On stage, Bezos took the wraps off a massive model of what will be the firm's first lunar lander, dubbed Blue Moon. The event kicked off at 4 p.m. in Washington D.C, and was not live streamed.
NASA is investigating how best to respond to the possibility of an asteroid or a comet colliding with Earth in fictional situations.
Building off of a concept introduced by physicist Gerard O'Neill - who Bezos himself studied under during his time at Princeton - the Blue Origin founder outlined habitats that could hold cities.
After connectivity issues with the Disney+ during its launch yesterday, Vizio has announced it's working on an update for its SmartCast TVs that could help some users access the service.
A 2016 discovery that the Tullimonstrum had a stiffened rod of cartilage saw Tully classified as a predatory vertebrate - now University College Cork researchers believe the grouping was wrong.
NASA Mars 2020 mission is set to explore the Jezero crater, which scientists have now determined is littered with hydrated silica and carbonates - two elements that could hold signs of microbial ...
Over the past 20 years, experts from Durham University have been studying the remains of 110 Anglo-Saxons found buried in the dunes near the Northumberland castle.
Black Friday fever is almost upon us, and this year online retailer Amazon is rolling out the deals a whole week early in what will be its 'biggest ever' event.
'Director's View' lets users cycle between different lenses on their phones and also allows them to 'lock on' to a subjects that they're recording, keeping them in focus according to snippets of ...
The drawings, around 4 inches in length, were discovered in the rocky area of San Juan, near the town of Albuquerque in the province of Badajoz in western Spain.
Burning of the rainforest in southwestern Amazonia, could release aerosols such as black carbon which may speed up the melting of the Andean glaciers, finds Rio de Janeiro State University.
A study found that plate tectonics were triggered by intense bombardment of meteors 3.2 billion years ago -transforming the hot, primordial mushy surface into the present rugged landscape.
The largely intact Styracosaurus skull has wonky horns and was discovered by then graduate student Scott Persons in 2015 in Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada.
Speaking at an event on AI technology in Moscow, Russia, on Saturday, president Putin called for safeguards, setting out rules for how humans should interact with the robots.
The battery-powered devices about the size of a small cooler and can deliver packages autonomously, but for now, they'll be accompanied with a human while they're being tested out.
McLaren have given Formula One fans their take on what the future of the sport looks like as they presented the 2050: the MCLExtreme, a futuristic race car built and designed for the future.
Footage of the colour-changing octopus was captured by a free-diver as he swam in the crystal clear waters in the French Riviera.
Researchers at the University of California, Davis, have studied thousands of species of animals and birds to work out where reservoirs of contagious, mosquito-borne viruses could be.
A study by the University of Wisconsin-Madison wrapped the e-bandage around the chests of rats who had a cut on their backs. This caused the wound to heal in just three days versus 12 in others.
It was the ultimate speed battle between man and nature as Felipe Massa took on a peregrine falcon, the fastest animal on planet Earth. The falcon is capable of speeds of up to 217mph.