Blue Origin undertook the test on Wednesday at the company's facility in West Texas, where the BE-4 was fired up for thirty second test at half power in its first hot-fire run.Read More »
The exhibition, by Matthew Mohr Studios, on display in Columbus, Ohio is a 14-foot (4.3 meter) tall sculpture that allows visitors to have their photo taken and display their face on the large sculpture.Read More »
THE ARRIVAL of Storm Brian will fill the sky with threatening clouds, blocking out the Orionids over much of the UK tonight. But will Storm Brian block your view?
THE NINTH planet in our solar system is called Nibiru and is “a message” that “entire world should repent”, a bible expert has claimed.
Research led by the University of Washington found that it costs just £760 ($1,000) for people, including burglars, to purchase online ads which can be used to track your location.Read More »
Dubbed 'The Thing', it looks like an ordinary SUV - apart from a giant white 'Star Wars' rack of sensors strapped to its roof and has been spotted around Apple's HQ.Read More »
Researchers at Stellenbosch University in South Africa say that smartphone use is distracting students and lowering grades, prompting some lecturers to declare their lectures device-freeRead More »
The 76-million-year-old skeleton was airlifted to the Natural History Museum of Utah by helicopter this week, where it will be uncovered, prepared, and studied.Read More »
The magazine said its survey of 640,000 vehicles showed that all-new vehicles or models with newly updated technology are more likely than older models to have issues.Read More »
Researchers from Utrecht University created an 'atlas' spanning 300 million years of Earth's history, revealing how different geological processes changed the face of our planet.Read More »