We're used to rain and the water cycle here on earth, but what about on the sun? Guess what: it rains there too! Read on to learn more.
When you step on your scale in your house, you see a number. Whether you like it or not, that’s your weight on Earth, right? Wrong! Read on to learn more about how your weight can change depending on your location on the planet.
There’s been a lot of excitement around space exploration recently. Astrophysicist Paul M. Sutter discusses the viability between the Moon and Mars.
Octopuses are capable of some amazing things. But did you know their arms literally have minds of their own? Learn more about a new study that has determined exactly how those little brains make decisions.
Scientists may have discovered the location of an ancient buried crater, a result of a meteorite that barreled into the Earth some 800,000 years ago.
Fans of space are having a tough time picking sides over a recent controversy between SpaceX and astronomers. But what's the big debate all about? Astrophysicist Paul M. Sutter digs into both perspectives.
Scientists just made a real-life breakthrough in understanding how bees talk to each other. Learn more about decoding the honey bee waggle dance.
Recently astronomers identified a black hole near a star called LB-1 and they found out that the black hole is 70 times the mass of the sun. This is a mystery because the biggest black holes we can get from the deaths of the most massive stars are around 30 times the mass of the sun, so how did black hole get this big?
Miss Virginia Camille Schrier, a 24-year-old scientist, was crowned Miss America 2020 and inspired young women across the country that Miss America can be a scientist too.
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Boeing’s Starliner capsule launched on Friday. Astrophysicist Paul M Sutter has everything you need to know about the Starliner and its mission.
Mark Rober and his team of “Avengineers” are out to catch troublemakers with some ingenious inventions.
NASA is headed to the moon, but this time it's in search of water. Astrophysicist Paul M Sutter shares what this means and why it's important.
Storms seem to be getting bigger and badder every year. The national severe storm laboratory studies hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires and more to improve scientific understanding about extreme weather.
Some types of lightning are also deadlier than others. Here are some of the rarest, weirdest, and scariest forms of lightning out there.