Experts look ahead in a series of articles published today by the journal Nature.
The company has announced a final design, and launch schedule, for a massive new rocket.
Earth shares its orbit around the Sun with an asteroid in an exotic horseshoe-shaped orbit, say astronomers
Unix, lasers, the transistor -- all of these things were invented at the the kind of industrial research center that may never exist again
He's shifted to a focus on oil prices, but the underlying policies remain the same.
The German government's official spokesman is using Twitter to rapidly disseminate information directly to its citizens, and the staid German press is freaking out about it.
Amateur astrophotographs posted online represent a massive untapped resource. Now astronomers have worked out how to mine it
The Medieval Warfare on the Grid project is akin to applying the simulation game Sid Meier's Civilization to real questions of history.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
Small amounts of radioactive material have turned up in rainwater in the Bay Area, say nuclear scientists