A ' ' ' example of TLP ' seen near the lunar terminator, or line between light and dark on the moon, on November 15, 1953, by Leon H. Stuart in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He caught the flash with an 8-inch telescope. Image via Leon H. Stuart.
Black Hills Energy presented Sanford Underground Research Facility with a $10,000 check to sponsor Neutrino Day 2019.
As intellectual speculation, to consider the ethics of the treatment of rational, sentient ' is interesting. But two common arguments might suggest that the matter has no practical relevance and any ethical questions need not be taken seriously.
Opportunities to witness space phenomena in Singapore may be few and far between, but you don't have to wait for the stars to align.
The GFS weather model has a bad history with weather forecasters as one of the worst weather models and is frequently discarded for more accurate models like the ECMWF or the European global weather model.
An international team of physicists has produced first evidence of particles capable of scattering light in a lateral direction by suppressing forward and backward scattering.
It was the year 2000 and scientists had never seen anything like it: astronomers ' of "superflares" on distant stars ' solar outbursts many thousands of times more energetic than typical solar flares.
In 1969, artificial-intelligence pioneer and Nobel laureate Herbert Simon proposed a new science, one that approached the study of artificial objects just as one would study natural objects.
A black hole is a region of spacetime displaying gravitational acceleration so strong that nothing ' even light ' can escape.
Making its North American debut June 8 at the Science Museum of Virginia, and on display for only the second time since its creation, 'Pompeii: The Immortal City' plunges guests into the heart of the drama and the ruins of the ancient Roman city.
A team of'scientists claim to'be close to'resolving the baffling phenomena of'strange alternating light patterns on'the Moon's surface, which has been observed over'the years.
Previous explanations for the small beams have been meteors, moonquakes and even UFOs. But a new telescope in Spain hopes to get to the bottom of the unexplained occurrences.
In 1925, Einstein went on a walk with a young student named Esther Salaman. As they wandered, he ' his core guiding intellectual principle: "I want to know how God created this world.
Momentary flashes of light on the Moon are often attributed to meteor strikes or electrical phenomena. There are also those who throw conspiracy theories into the mix by suggesting ' activity on the Moon.
In case you are keeping track: ' Mysterious unexplained flashes of light on the moon probed by scientists using AI technology MYSTERIOUS flashes of light and other unexplained light phenomena on the moon are to be examined by space technology exp .
While researchers have known about the lunar phenomena for decades, there is renewed focus due to the current 'race to the moon' involving Amazon tycoon Jeff Bezos, China and other players.