{FD} Scientists ‘Googled’ data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope to discover new planet

Data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope has been crunched using Artificial Intelligence, helping scientists discover a new planet outside our solar system.

{FD} Humanity’s expansion into deep space is inevitable, industry experts say

There will be a market for humanity’s expansion beyond Earth orbit, industry experts said — but none of them can predict what form that market will take.

{FD} Captured World War II German U-boat revealed as dramatic pictures surface

Incredible pictures showing the capture of a famous German U-boat during World War II will go on auction in the U.K. this weekend.

{FD} Isaac Newton ‘graffiti’ discovered in historic English manor

Towering thinker Sir Isaac Newton carved a now-barely visible doodle of a windmill into a stone wall in his childhood home, according to a news release from the National Trust.

{FD} Can science bring the Tasmanian tiger back from extinction?

The last thylacine, more commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger, died in captivity in September 1936, more than 80 years ago.

{FD} Archaeologists reconstruct face of ancient, 1,200-year-old Peruvian queen

Archaeologists have learned a great deal about “the Huarmey Queen” in the five years since they discovered the tomb El Castillo de Huarmey in Peru and found her body inside.

{FD} Fossils reveal giant penguin as big as a grown man

Fossils from New Zealand have revealed a giant penguin that was as big as a grown man, roughly the size of the captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

{FD} Tick found preserved in amber likely sucked blood of feathered dinosaurs, study suggests

A study suggested ticks found stuck in amber likely sucked the blood of feathered dinosaurs.

{FD} Shark attacks newlywed on her honeymoon, video goes viral

A couple on their honeymoon experienced an unexpected terror when the bride was attacked by a nurse shark that took a bite out of her arm.

{FD} Blue Origin launches 1st New Shepard spaceship test flight in over a year

Blue Origin’s reusable New Shepard suborbital vehicle took to the skies today (Dec. 12) for the first time in more than a year, according to media reports and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

{FD} Trump’s Moon directive earns praise from NASA, others

President Donald Trumped signed a new space policy directive Monday (Dec. 11) ordering NASA to work toward sending humans to the moon and, eventually, Mars.

{FD} Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is more than 50 times deeper than Earth’s ocean

NASA’s Juno spacecraft is getting to the roots of Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot.

{FD} ‘Arbitrary’ adjustments exaggerate sea level rise, study finds

A new study by Australian researchers finds that international sea level rise data relied upon by the U.N. was adjusted upward in “arbitrary” ways.

{FD} This 5,000-pound behemoth is the world’s heaviest bony fish

The heaviest bony fish ever caught weighs in at a staggering 5,070 lbs.

{FD} ‘Last Jedi’ to be screened for space station crew, NASA says

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” will be shown to astronauts aboard the International Space Station, a NASA official told Inverse on Tuesday.

{FD} Paris hosts major climate summit – and it’s all about Trump

PARIS (AP) — The global climate summit in Paris was designed to bypass Donald Trump, but the U.S. president ended up playing a starring role.

{FD} Get set for the Geminid meteor shower

Star-gazers are in for a treat this week when the annual Geminid meteor shower reaches its peak on Wednesday and Thursday.

{FD} Astronauts’ faith: Tiny Apollo 13 Bible up for auction

A tiny King James Bible that went to space on the famous Apollo 13 mission is up for auction this week.

{FD} Humans would be cool with finding aliens

If extraterrestrial life is ever discovered, humanity would probably be pretty cool with it.