For black holes, it’s tough to stand out from the crowd: Donning a mohawk is a no-no.
Gravitational waves from a ringing black hole support no-hair theorem
Astronomers have discovered the most massive example yet of the dead stars known as neutron stars, one almost too massive to exist, a new study found.
Astronomers detect the most massive neutron star yet
Researchers discovered that sand cays in the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea can be a new carrier to accurately record paleocyclones, or cyclones in ancient times, according to a recent study paper published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.
Tropical sand cays found accurately recording ancient cyclones
O2, the mobile phone giant, is set to begin testing "smart ambulances" equipped with next generation 5G technology later this month in a deal with Samsung and the UK’s National Health Service (NHS).
O2, Samsung to work on 5G-connected ambulances for NHS
NASA awarded a contract to a small business for the development of a cubesat designed to demonstrate the use of the unique orbit planned for the agency’s lunar Gateway.
NASA cubesat to test lunar Gateway orbit
By Jayshree Pandya & COGNITIVE WORLD*
The marvel of molecular computing chips
Samuel Rader quit his job three years ago to work full time on his YouTube channel, "Sam and Nia," featuring videos of his family life.
YouTube 'creators' fret over impact of new child protection rules
It was one of the most destructive days in the history of our planet, and now we know how it played out. Scientists have pieced together the first day of the dinosaurs’ demise, by drilling into the crater that formed from the asteroid that triggered their downfall.
Rock samples reveal mystery of the day the dinosaurs died
Surgeons operating on patients while controlling robotic arms could become a new norm in hospitals.
Robotic surgeons set to spark 'revolution in health care'

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