China successfully launched its first X-ray space telescope to study black holes, pulsars and gamma-ray bursts.
China launches first X-ray space telescope
The long range of airborne drones helps them perform critical tasks in the skies.
Batteries that drink seawater could power long-range underwater vehicles
Stanford scientists have made a breakthrough in the quest to wirelessly charge a moving electric vehicle.
Scientists inch closer to wirelessly charging moving electric vehicles
A new survey of tori surrounding active supermassive black holes suggested dust surrounding central black holes is more compact than scientists thought.
NASA observatory finds cool,  dense dust surrounding active black hole
A marimba-playing robot with four arms and eight sticks is writing and playing its own compositions in a lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The pieces are generated using artificial intelligence and deep learning.
Robot uses deep learning and big data to write and play its own music
People who live and work along coasts and coastlines everywhere may be more likely to experience a super-charged lightning strike, according to new research from Florida Institute of Technology that shows lightning can be much more powerful over the ocean than land.
Lightning more powerful over ocean than land
A new University College London (UCL) and University of Nottingham study has found that most neurons in the brain's auditory cortex detect where a sound is coming from relative to the head, but some are tuned to a sound source's actual position in the world.
Study clarifies how we can tell where a sound is coming from
Today, Mars is a freezing cold desert and has been for at least three billion years. And yet, the Red Planet features a network of water-carved valleys that scientists believe formed between 1½ and three million years ago.
Hot rocks, not a warm atmosphere, explain Mars' young, water-carved valleys
Fish don't have to be closely related to be doppelgängers. New research out of Australia shows many distantly related fish species still look and act alike.
Distantly related fish species still look and act similarly
New research by Simon Fraser University Professor Karen Kohfeld and University of Tasmania Professor Zanna Chase, published in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters, examined how the ocean pulled carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and into the deep sea during the last Ice Age 125,000 to 18,000 years ago.
Team takes temperature to determine cause of Ice Age

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