One of the most intense and most colorful meteor showers will light up the night skies of both hemispheres this weekend. Cold temperatures and a big moon will make bright Geminid shooting stars a little
Scientists have discovered that a single-celled organism, a descendant of some of the earliest living creatures on Earth, is able to colonize a meteorite, growing and synthesizing nutrients. Their experiment,
Metallosphaera sedula (M. sedula) is a single cell extremophilic micro-organism that can survive in high temperatures and low pH conditions. While it is known for its ability to devour mineral rocks on
Get your telescopes and cameras ready as space fans are in for another celestial treat this month. The Geminid meteor shower is set to grace our skies, with the chance to see up to 100 meteors per hour.