'Scary Barbie' is an incredibly bright cosmic object that has been burning for two years, and it has yet to sputter out.
By surgically attaching electrodes to octopuses, researchers have been able to peer inside the cephalopods’ minds for the very first time.
Researchers identified patterns of brain wiring that seem to be linked to a person's risk of having multiple psychiatric disorders.
The first complete image of a black hole and its jet has captured a never-before-seen view of how the cosmic monster traps and spits out matter.
A new look at eight skeletons from two Pictish cemeteries reveals that the enigmatic Picts weren't from afar, as medieval historians suggested, but that they had local roots.
Forty years after her father stored them away, a woman discovered 32 identical iron ingots that Vikings may have used as a form of currency.
The Zhurong Mars rover never woke up from a planned hibernation, and the head of the mission team has now revealed why.
Researchers have found that undernourished bold jumping spiders begin to lose light-sensitive photoreceptors.
Researchers may be a step closer to identifying dark matter after studying unusual cases of gravitational lensing caused by "dark matter halos" surrounding distant galaxies.
Japan's Hakuto-R lander may have crashed on the moon, but the spacecraft still sent back valuable images.
The wreck of a Japanese transport ship that sank in 1942 with more than 1,000 Allied prisoners-of-war on board has been discovered near the Philippines.
A satellite from the United Arab Emirates revealed that Mars' moon Deimos is made of the same material as the Red Planet itself, hinting at an ancient collision.
"Amniotic fluid" eye drops aren't approved and could be harmful, the Food and Drug Administration warned.
Physicists have placed part of a sapphire crystal into a quantum superposition, making it the heaviest object to show quantum effects, in a new take on Erwin Schrödinger's famous cat experiment.
The hefty space rock, known as 2006 HV5, is around 1,000 feet wide and will hurtle past our planet at around 39,000 mph.
Waking and sleeping at inconsistent times may increase the risk of dying from cancer or heart disease death in middle-age and older adults.
From Titanoboa, a prehistoric snake as long as a Tyrannosaurus rex, to modern-day pythons and boa constrictors that can swallow humans whole, these are the biggest, heaviest and longest snakes to have ever lived on Earth.
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