Apple has been working to fix both with changes to its software. It's easier than ever to see the clutter that's taking up all of the space on your phone, giving you more room for things you want to store, like music and new apps.
'Space.comThe Germany space agency DLR is beginning a study this month on a reusable launcher concept that would use a winged first-stage booster captured on ' WASHINGTON ' The Germany space agency DLR is beginning a study this month ' that would .
We're not only celebrating the past success of landing on the moon 50 years ago' we're also looking toward what's next - which could include another trip to the moon.
Roughly 85 percent of the mass in the universe is missing. Known as dark matter, this stuff is invisible but makes itself known through very weak interactions with regular matter, and physicists have been hunting for it for decades.
The Funhouse Commons Science Fair is a chance for students to use the scientific method to answer a scientific question about the world. What burning questions do you have? What would you like to know more about?
B.C.'s January was unusually warm, February was brutally cold and March is threatening to rewrite the record books for drought. 'There has been a lot of huge fluctuation,' said Armel Castellan, a meteorologist for Environment Canada.
Vice President Mike Pence speaks at NASA's Johnson Space Center in 2017. Credit: NASA/Robert MarkowitzVice President Mike Pence said Tuesday that NASA should land astronauts near the south pole of the moon within five years 'by any means necessary,
NASA's last-minute decision to cancel what would have been an historic ' triggered a swift and sardonic reaction on social media ' and cast a harsh spotlight on a problem that has long bedeviled the space agency: It doesn't have enough ' Astrona .
NASA says first all-female spacewalk, scheduled to take place March 29, was canceled because there weren't enough medium-sized spacesuits available. * * * MELBOURNE, Fla.
Last fall, physicist Alessandro Strumia was suspended from CERN, birthplace of the Higgs boson, after he gave a lecture on why his field skews so male in which he argued that it's about inherent ability, not discrimination.