In the show’s first season, the aging explorer, played by Patrick Stewart, returns to the final frontier on a journey of remembrance.
The Trump administration is adding environmental protection regulations to the list of temporary cancelations due to the pandemic.
For “wedditors,” a usually sunny subreddit has become a hotbed of anxiety as the pandemic derails dream days.
Instead of likes, these snapshots provide teams with vital information about how spacecraft are faring on interplanetary surfaces.
It's quite possible folks haven't been as skeptical of the myth of Sparta as they should be.
To fill the aural vacuum left by the disappearance of the engine, BMW brought in a ringer.
Artificial intelligence has already played a vital role in the outbreak since day 1—a reminder for the first time in a while that it can be a tool for good.
Maybe a tiny vibrating device can remind you to sit up straight once and for all.
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Reductions in traffic and industry have lowered nitrogen dioxide levels—offering an accidental glimpse into what a low-carbon future might look like.
Typefaces that can be freely used and modified give others a chance to hone their craft—and share valuable feedback.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers warns that trying to restart the US economy too soon would put countless lives in danger and risk far more economic damage.
Much of the research that emerges in the coming weeks will turn out to be unreliable, even wrong. We'll be OK if we remember that.
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The novel coronavirus is hitting emergency rooms in the US—hard. Cedric Dark, a physician at the Baylor College of Medicine, recounts the struggle.
The pandemic is wreaking havoc on milestones and celebrations across the nation.
The company planned to put 650 internet satellites into orbit. But it only managed to launch 74 before its coffers ran dry, according to a report out today.
These are our in-depth best practices for keeping yourself (and just about everything else) clean and virus-free.
Don't: hoard toilet paper and medical masks. Do: make sure you have plenty of food, water, and indoor activities.