The first of two lunar eclipses for 2016 occurs this week. A penumbral eclipse begins at 9:39 Universal Time (UT) on Wednesday, March 23rd, reaches its peak at 11:48 UT with the Moon 78% immersed in the Earth’s penumbral shadow, and ends on 13:55 UT.
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Surfer and marine scientist Bob Brewin rides the waves to collect data on coastline health. The data he collects helps us understand everything from global warming to fishery production.
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We have lift off! ExoMars spacecraft begins its five month journey to the red planet where it will search for signs of alien life.
The World Kidney Day (WKD) which is celebrated annually on March 12 aims to raise awareness about our kidneys to keep them healthy and reduce the incidence and impact of kidney diseases.
Google DeepMind's AI was beaten by Go world champion Lee Sedol on Sunday in the fourth game of the Challenge Series tournament. That's the first time that Sedol has managed to beat the computer.
The InSight Mars lander has won a reprieve from NASA’s top managers after persistent problems with one of the probe’s science instruments caused the mission to miss a narrow launch window planned for this month.