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Astronomers have discovered the biggest explosion seen in the universe, originating from a super-massive black hole.
February 29 is a leap day – an extra 24 hours added to the shortest month in a leap year. But a leap year isn’t always every four years; it’s slightly more complicated than that.
A popular game that allows players to create a virus and spread it worldwide has been pulled from Apple's App Store in China, its developer said, as the country battles a real-life epidemic.
Scientists have discovered for the first time that there are two distinct species of red panda, not just one -- and the find could have important ramifications for conservation efforts.
Facebook on Thursday cancelled its annual F8 developers conference, the biggest annual event for the U.S. tech giant, over fears about the possible spread of the novel coronavirus.
Glowing amphibians may be far more common than thought, U.S. scientists reported Thursday, suggesting that the ability may help them locate each other in low light.
Earth has captured a tiny object, an asteroid known as 2020 CD3, and pulled it into orbit.
Canada is rolling out new measures to protect the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale, but federal officials insisted today the rules won't lead to more fishing closures in the Gulf of St. Lawrence or the Bay of Fundy.
The more scientists learn about exoplanet K2-18b, the more intriguing it becomes. And they say it could broaden the types of exoplanets astronomers target in their search for life beyond Earth.
Questions were raised Thursday about a Chinese newspaper report that the country is planning to dispatch a 100,000-strong army of ducks to help Pakistan combat a massive locust infestation.
Scientists say newly discovered documents about dinosaur footprints in a cave in Australia dispel a previous suggestion that ancestors of the T. rex may have walked on all fours.
Facebook said Wednesday that it is banning ads that make false claims about products tied to the new coronavirus.
Vets at an Australian animal hospital performed an 'extraordinary' extraction on a three-metre-long python, removing an entire beach towel it had swallowed.
A 17th-century door has just been discovered under London's House of Commons that had been built for the coronation of King Charles II in 1661.