Lasers are being touted as the next big thing in interstellar travel -- will it become a reality?
In a series of images that look as if they've been pulled from a science fiction movie, four powerful lasers blast from the dome of the Very Large Telescope at the ESO's Paranal Observatory in Chile.
NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope detected a high-energy X-ray flash in the rough vicinity of the gravitational wave source -- what does it mean?
The laser will soon be 8,000 times faster and 10,000 times brighter, allowing scientists to see how nature works on the atomic level.
In the face of an alien invasion threat, we may be able to hide our entire planet through an intriguing use of lasers.
The United States signed a new partner to expand the search for gravitational waves, ripples in the interwoven fabric of space and time set off by the motions of massive objects, like merging black holes.
Dutch designers connect windmills with glowing green laser light. Continue reading →
The weapons will counter threats from rockets, artillery, mortar, cruise missiles, and unmanned aerial vehicles. Continue reading →
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