It will be challenging for us to nurture and grow plants when we finally start a colony on the red planet. Researchers on the international space station made an exciting discovery that might make things a little easier
Black holes: few objects in the universe are this terrifying and intriguing at the same time. But what would happen if curiosity wins the battle against fear and you would like to study a black hole from the inside?
It has been the subject of movies, books, scientific discussion, and even music for longer than living memory. But has there ever been life on Mars? If so, where did it thrive? A new theory says it could have existed in vast underground lakes below the surface.
Astronomers from the University of Montreal recently took a closer look at the ultra-large exoplanet WASP-107b and found that these so-called 'super-puff' planets can get even weirder than they imagined.