Researchers in Germany measured the time it took for a light particle to dislodge two electrons within the same molecule—the fastest event ever recorded.
The blast at the OneH2 plant damaged 60 homes, but no one was injured.
The faint, 12-billion-year-old signal would lead scientists to the very first stars and illuminate the origins of the modern universe, dark matter, and, well, everything.
A team heated a cloud of gas up to 2,000°F and blasted it with radiation to see what happens on giant planets that orbit very close to their stars.
Experts are banking on solar and hydrogen fuel as the future of green energy, but it might not be an easy ride.
Mark Halpern and his team are in a race against time to study dark energy's role in the expansion of our universe.
The vessel is a converted multi-hull race boat powered by solar panels, wind turbines, and a hydrogen fuel cell system.
Riversimple is looking for investment to bring its Rasa car to the public—but while you can invest, you can't buy.
NASA's Cassini orbiter sent back the first images from its daring flyby.
Researchers in Australia have developed a solar-powered process for producing hydrogen that mimics photosynthesis.
And we might be able to find such life right here on Earth—hypothetically, of course.
Carbon and hydrogen could be a lot more desirable than methane.