I think my heart just lagged. Inspired by this Quora thread.
It’s the Hubble Space Telescope’s 25th birthday on April 24. How much do you actually know about all those mesmerising pictures it’s taken?
Bigger is not always better.
Ten topics, five questions each. You can use a pen and paper if you like.
Hicimos las preguntas científicas que a tí avergonzaba preguntar, y ahora las respondemos. Esta vez: lagañas, puntos negros, y si los ovarios son testículos invertidos.
It’s the Hubble Space Telescope’s 25th anniversary on April 24. Time to learn more about how space pictures are made.
“There’s Hydrogen and Helium, then Lithium, Beryllium…”
We asked for the science questions you didn’t want your name attached to, and now we’re answering them. This time: eye gunk, blackheads, and are ovaries really rolled up testicles?!
Watch your back, Superman: The mantis shrimp is as fast as a speeding bullet.
Hands up if you have to make an “L” shape with your left hand to be 100% sure.
If you’ve ever wondered what a pregnant cat’s uterus looks like, now’s your chance to find out. Warning: As you have probably guessed, some of these photos are a bit gruesome.
Learnt a thing or two while watching the solar eclipse on Friday? Prove it here.
Missed the solar eclipse because of the clouds? Here are some photos to make up for it.
Here’s all the information you need to watch tomorrow’s solar eclipse, even if you’ll be stuck at your desk.
Biology: the only science where multiplication and division mean the same thing.
We asked for your embarrassing science questions, and now we’re answering them. First up: some of the strangest requests we had, about everything from cat sex, to dinosaur noises, and thirsty fish.
Just a bullet flying through a lemon, no big deal. From a new exhibition of early scientific photographs at the Science Museum, London.