The mysterious skeleton, which is just six inches long, belongs to a human female and was discovered nearly a decade ago in an abandoned town in the Atacama Desert of Chile.
The ancient sea salt rocks provide evidence that suggests the Great Oxidation Event — the oxygen rise that occurred on Earth around 2.3 billion years ago — was much more significant than previously thought.
The two galaxies have been locked in a tug-of-war just outside our own Milky Way.
Scientists said large swaths of land, across four Texas counties, are “sinking and uplifting” due to decades of oil production activity.
The Neanderthals, whose genomes were sequenced, are estimated to be between 39,000 to 47,000 years old.
The European Space Agency (ESA) reportedly has a budget of over $550 million to build its new exoplanet hunter, which will focus on studying the atmospheres of alien worlds.
Scientists used seismic data gathered by EarthScope's USArray to study the Yellowstone hotspot and discovered “strong evidence” of a hot magma plume.
Antarctic minke whales can grow to measure up to 10 meters long and weigh up to 9 tons.
The new area of the ocean was named the rariphotic zone by scientists, who found numerous never-before-seen, new species of sea creatures.
These ancient bone tools act as evidence of prehistoric humans having mastered sophisticated tool-making techniques.
Scientists suggest that for the Trappist-1 exoplanets to contain such abundant amounts of water, they likely formed away from the host star and later migrated closer.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft has been taking incredible images of Jupiter while zooming around the gas giant in multiple flybys.
Scientists estimate that every kilogram of carbon dioxide currently emitted will lead to 15 kilograms of glacier melt in the future.
Scientists discovered a supermassive black hole emitting a powerful jet of energy while devouring a star.
Scientists believe the alien asteroid could help them figure out how planets are formed in star systems outside our solar system.
The data exposed included names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, plaintext passwords and more.
Fast radio bursts are intense pulses of radio waves that are believed to originate from somewhere in outer space.
Scientists discovered Greenland’s fast-draining lakes have started a chain reaction, which could lead to the potential collapse of the ice sheet.
Archaeologists have excavated tools from Kenya, dating back to the Middle Stone Age, which hint at a long trend of climate-driven behavior among early Homo sapiens.
The newly discovered fossils were dated back to the end of the Cretaceous Period, making these prehistoric creatures the very last of their kind on Earth.