The dayside of this scorching world is so hot that it splits hydrogen molecules in twain. But don’t worry, they can recombine after migrating to the planet’s cooler nightside.
Source: The hottest known exoplanet is melting molecules in its atmosphere | Astronomy.com
The Nazis really did have cubes that nearly gave them great power.
It doesn’t look like much. A cold, pock-marked block of benign uranium small enough to hold in your hand.
Source: Startling Discovery Shows How Close Nazi Germany Really Was to a Nuclear Program
Astronomers at last have captured a picture of the darkest entities in the cosmos.
Chinese researchers have discovered a new way to make water droplets spin, creating a potential new kind of hydropower.
“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a pair of grape hemispheres exposed to intense microwave radiation will spark, igniting a plasma.”
Source: These Physicists Finally Figured Out Why Microwaved Grapes Ignite – Gastro Obscura
Researchers at MIT have found a way to create nanoscale objects of nearly any shape. The system produces 3-D structures one thousandth the size of the originals.
Source: Researchers have invented a new method of shrinking objects to one thousandth of the size | World Economic Forum
For one, our planet would immediately shrink in both mass and radius. Gravity would weaken. Oh, and there’s the blueberry geysers.
Source: What Would Happen If the Earth Turned Into Blueberries? Thanks to a New Paper, Now We Know – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Discovering how to store vast amounts of data by manipulating magnetic and electrical fields paved the way for devices like the smartphone.
Photons typically don’t interact, but physicists bound three together in the lab
Source: Scientists Create a New Form of Light by Linking Photons | Smart News | Smithsonian