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It is estimated that there are well over 1.1 million asteroids in the solar system. However, there are issues with detecting many of them.
Researchers at TAU and from Italy found that a large brain in large animals meant relatively high intelligence, which helped them adapt and avoid hunters.
A University of Haifa study found that Israel's jellyfish come from the beaches opposite the eastern side of the Nile Delta.
Also known as a Blood Moon for the reddish-orangish color, the total lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon and Sun are on opposite sides of the Earth.
Asteroid 388945 (2008 TZ3) is heading in our direction at 8.22 kilometers per second and will pass us by at a distance of over 5.7 million kilometers.
Designated 467460 (2006 JF42), the skyscraper-sized asteroid was almost certainly never going to hit, so why did NASA warn that it was potentially hazardous?
The new imaging, the result of a multi-year collaboration between multiple specialized telescopes, is the first definitive evidence of the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis has been debated since it was first presented in 2007. Scientists this week in South Carolina say there is evidence to support it.
SpacePharma has developed a miniaturized, unmanned, remotely controlled lab on a chip - meaning you can sit in your office in Tel Aviv and operate it.
For the first time, researchers at Tel Aviv University studied the activity and sensory behavior of fruit bats that choose to be active during the day.