The fireball that exploded over Russia Friday morning (Feb. 15) provided onlookers with an incredible spectacle, even outshining the sun for a brief period, scientists say.
BOSTON – New technology could help the blood to clot faster, potentially reducing blood loss in people suffering from life-threatening wounds, such as those sustained on the battlefield, researchers say.
BOSTON (Reuters) – An asteroid half the size of a football field passed closer to Earth than any other known object of its size on Friday, the same day an unrelated and much smaller space rock blazed over central Russia, creating shock waves that shattered windows and injured 1,200 people. Asteroid 2012 DA14, discovered just last year, passed about 17,200 miles from Earth at 2:25 p.m. EST (1925 GMT), closer than the networks of television and weather satellites that ring the planet. “It’s like a shooting gallery here. …
An asteroid half the size of a football field gave Earth a historically close shave today (Feb. 15), and the first photos of the space rock encounter are starting to trickle in.
Dogs can pick out the faces of other dogs in a virtual lineup of humans and other animals, a new study shows.