"Science" Blogs & Blog Posts

PodBlack CatPodBlack Cat

Science, superstitions and skeptical life - a female's token skeptic b...

 
Blunt & DisorderlyBlunt & Disorderly

Reflections on religion, science politics and human rights from a liberal p...

 
Progressive UProgressive U

Students and professionals from all over the world come together to discuss...

 
PhysOrgPhysOrg

Physorg.com internet news portal provides the latest news on science

 
The Mouse TrapThe Mouse Trap

the psychological and neuroscientific musings of saandygautam

 
Doug's DarkworldDoug's Darkworld

War, history, and science in a fractured world. A hopefully educated and ob...

 
The ThinkerThe Thinker

Critical thinking, applied to social, political, economic, and technical is...

 


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By Will Dunham   WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Unlike the lonely sun, about half the stars in our Milky Way galaxy are in a long-term committed relationship with another star, orbiting each another in a celestial marriage called a binary...

Above is the world's largest camera, now nearing completion in a clean room at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, California. Boasting a lens that's 5 feet across, the 3,200 megapixel LSST Camera will be a key component at the Ve...

Cases and hospitalizations are rising in Europe, and the US will likely be next. The new boosters fight against the variant that is circulating now.

The Sun might be a solitary star in our solar system, but around half of all other stars in the Milky Way are part of binary systems, in which two orbit each other. These can have incredibly fast orbital periods — scientists have found two white dw...

Kazushi_Inagaki / Getty Images Look into the night sky this October and see one of the most impressive meteor showers of the year: the Orionids. The phenomena kicked off this Sunday and will continue through November 7, peaking around October 21, spa...

As Hurricane Ian battered Florida, the state's palm trees stood firm, thanks to their flexible trunks and above-ground roots.

NASA's successful asteroid impact test created a beautiful mess, apparently. As the Associated Press reports, astronomers using the Southern Astrophysical Research (SOAR) Telescope in Chile have captured an image revealing that DART's collisi...