Massive galaxy cluster found 10 billion light years away

A University of Sussex astronomer is the lead researcher for a project that has led to the discovery of the most distant cluster of galaxies observed to date. The cluster, which is 10 billion light years from Earth, is also ...

Huge Storms Converge

The two biggest storms in the solar system are about to go bump in the night, in plain view of backyard telescopes.

Nokia N91 Hits The U.S.

Nokia today announced that US shipments of the Nokia N91 multimedia device started. Optimized for mobile music consumption, the Nokia N91 provides an unparalleled experience, with a 4GB hard drive, 3.5 mm stereo headset ...

Nearby Extreme Galaxies Have Link to Humble Roots

If you can't travel to the picturesque sands of Waikiki Beach, you can always do the next-best thing and visit a local shore. Both "hot spots" will get plenty of sun.

Spirit Sitting Pretty On A Martian Hillock

Since arriving at the rover's current location April 10, on its 807th sol, or Martian day, of exploration, Spirit's knowledge of its attitude relative to the Sun has drifted.

Summer time and the living is breezy

The U.S. hurricane season is under way and for many people in areas hit hard by 2005's hurricanes, it's going to be an uneasy summer.

Gold Strike in Science World

A University of Adelaide PhD physiology researcher has discovered a world first: a diving insect that can regulate its buoyancy in water, just like a scuba diver.

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