Ramin Skibba is a San Diego-based astrophysicist turned science writer. (Photo courtesy of University of California Science Communication Program.)
Researchers examined some of the oldest rocks in western Greenland to probe the beginnings of today’s continents.
Ramin Skibba, Contributor
Some scientists have been poking at the foundations of dark energy, but many say the concept remains on solid, if mysterious, ground.
Refined instruments reduce noise at the quantum level, allowing for discoveries of more distant gravitational waves.
The SETI Institute leads the hunt for extraterrestrials, which has entered a new phase with myriad planets to focus on.
Researchers in Antarctica turned up a large amount of a form of iron likely forged in nearby supernova explosions.
While plenty of apocalypses occur in science fiction, the risks could be shown more realistically, experts argue.
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