The small rogue planet—a free-roaming rock without a star to orbit—was only detectable for 42 minutes as it briefly zoomed in front of a star.
A 'Jurassic Park'-Inspired Attraction is Endangering Komodo Dragons in Indonesia, Conservationists Say
A $6.5 million revamp to Komodo National Park is seeing the animals butt heads with construction crews, and activists are worried.
The UN ratified a treaty banning nuclear weapons in member countries, but major holdouts including the U.S. and Russia will make it difficult to turn into reality.
Crews donning futuristic-looking protective gear descended on the nest, the first to be found in the U.S., on Saturday in Washington.
Data from one programmer's quest to find inoperable McDonald's ice cream machines in the U.S. points to wider issues with food access.
Telecom companies and the federal regulator argue that revealing the prevalence of SIM card fraud in Canada, or what plans exist to stop it, would help fraudsters.
United Airlines recently tweeted that the risk of infection on a full flight is "almost non-existent" based on a study that looked at a best-case scenario out of step with reality.
Officials said SpaceX is working on rocket-based delivery of military supplies around the globe just days after the news that it's developing missile-tracking satellites.
Facial recognition images taken at border crossings can be repurposed by government agencies and private companies, threatening human rights, the report warns.
One of the decoy eggs traveled just one kilometer, ending up at a local bar to be served as a delicacy and aphrodisiac.
After campers left a mess at Khao Yai National Park, officials have decided on a novel approach to discouraging making a mess: sending the garbage right back where it came from.