It would be the end of the world, as we know it, and we would not feel fine. If we got hit with the business end of a gigantic coronal mass ejection, our power grid could be cooked and we'd literally go dark. Can we do anything about it?
Such an event could wreak havoc on Earth's technology-dependent society.
While monitoring our sun's extreme environment, the veteran Solar and Heliospheric Observatory has seen some weird and sometimes unexpected things.
DigiTruck project brings education and digital literacy to off-grid locations. Continue reading →
NASA has released 30 minutes of the most amazing, high-resolution video footage of the sun ever. DNews points out some key events visible on our gassy friend in the sky.
Sunday's eclipse will be visible to observers throughout South Africa, as well as people in the southern parts of Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Madagascar.
With a unique, kirigami-inspired design, these solar panels produce 36 percent more energy than traditional panels.
A delicate sunshield unfolded on a test unit of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.
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