The reactor could be the key to power lunar and Martian outposts in the future.
The find could help scientists look for signs of ancient Martian life if it had existed sometime in the planet's distant past.
The novel technique that led to this discovery could be the key to detect atmospheres on distant Earth-sized exoplanets.
The discovery changes the history of early human migration and suggests archaic humans were present in the region long before than previously thought.
However, the agency will not delay the launch of the mission, which has been scheduled for July 2020.
The Tasmanian devil population has declined by 80% since the contagious disease came to notice in 1996.
The work was made possible with a technique called electron spin resonance spectroscopy.
Producing cotton for a single T-shirt alone requires as much as 2,700 liters of water, but the new experiments could change that.
The test will be conducted on April 29 at Blue Origin's Texas launch facility.
The study suggests the oxygen-deprived dead-zone could get even bigger in decades to come.
The discovery adds the bird to the list of more than 180 sea animal species that glow in ultraviolet conditions.
The creature's trapdoor burrow is believed to have contributed towards its long life.
Till date, not even 40 intact or near-intact eggs of the long-extinct bird have been discovered.
The image is a composite created from three different shots taken during the testing of the orbiter's camera system.
The ambitious mission could give us critical insight into Martian history and the possibility of life there.
The study reveals how bird-like dinosaurs chose and fed on their prey.
The experiments could reveal critical details of distant exoplanets including the structure and composition of their interior.
The mechanism involved in the asteroid delivery process even bolsters the possibility of finding water on distant planets.
The discovery indicates a crucial piece of history, a story revealing the interaction between humans and megafauna.
The galaxies are on their way to form a massive galactic cluster.
The planet sits some 407 light years away from us and takes less than a couple of days to complete one full orbit around its host star.
The short, looped clip even shows specks that appear very similar to snowflakes seen on Earth.
Bone daggers were not only used for hunting, fighting, and ceremonies but also as a symbol of social status.
The group posited this theory after analyzing more than 800 galaxies in our universe.
With further developments, the technology could be leveraged to understand galactic evolution like never before.
The discovery of hydrogen sulfide in Uranus' atmosphere could also give fresh insight into where giant planets of our solar system formed several billion years ago and if they migrated later.
Understanding the mutation could help scientists discern the origins of dense breast tissue in humans and the role it plays in breast cancer.
The meteor shower occurs when Earth passes through the trailer of debris left behind by Comet Thatcher.
The mysterious surface features were spotted by NASA's Curiosity rover in 2017.
Till now, it was believed the bird came alive to London during the 17th century and died a natural death.