In order to study certain scientific phenomena, scientists sometimes need to either create or travel to extreme environments. Here are seven of the incredible extreme places where important research happens.
Beyond the bounds of the observable universe, something is causing galactic clusters to speed along at unimaginable speeds following a particular path. But what is it?
The Large Hadron Collider is justifiably famous for its incredible discoveries and frontier technology, but the computer grid that stores, processes and shares all its collected data is no less impressive.
Over forty years ago, mighty Saturn V rocket engines sent manned crews to the Moon. These days, NASA has its sights set on even more ambitious targets, requiring a whole new rocket launch system – the most powerful ever built.
Orbiting the Earth at an average speed of 17,239 miles per hour, the International Space Station provides a valuable tool for research while helping space agencies to reach their objective of putting humans on Mars.
Almost 10 percent of Americans suffer from addiction to alcohol or other drugs. The infographic below offers this and other startling and enlightening info fixes.