Scientists have discovered the earliest evidence of a person being killed by a meteorite.
Earliest evidence of death by meteorite discovered
Astronomers have been able to test key consequences of Einstein's theories by studying the way a couple of black holes move around each other.
Giant black holes play to Einstein's tune
Coronavirus lockdowns globally have given parts of the natural world a rare opportunity to experience life with hardly any humans around.
Wild animals enjoy freedom of a quieter world
This year is on course to be the world’s hottest since measurements began, according to meteorologists, who estimate there is a 50 percent to 75 percent chance that 2020 will break the record set four years ago.
Meteorologists say 2020 on course to be hottest year since records began
The universe is full of billions of galaxies — but their distribution across space is far from uniform. Why do we see so much structure in the universe today and how did it all form and grow?
Elegant solution reveals how universe got its structure
Emitting an eerie green glow, they look like foliage from a retro computer game, but in fact they are light-emitting plants produced in a laboratory.
Scientists create glowing plants using mushroom genes
An Asteroid that's a mile wide is going to fly close to Earth.
A mile-wide asteroid is about to fly past Earth
Scientists have found evidence that a fundamental physical constant used to measure electromagnetism between charged particles can in fact be rather inconstant, according to measurements taken from a quasar some 13 billion light-years away.
New findings suggest laws of nature not as constant as previously thought
While city dwellers around the world take some consolation in improved air quality thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, festering garbage dumps, dirty diesel-fueled generators and frequent forest fires have ensured Mexico City remains smog-filled.
No silver lining: Mexico City smog defies coronavirus lockdown

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