According to fresh measurements of the expansion rate, yes, it is. If correct, they could have fundamental implications for our understanding of the universe.
Scientists first thought that they had found an ancient city's columns and floors, but an absence of other cultural remnants made them think twice.
By analyzing almost a decade's worth of satellite data, scientists have uncovered major sources of man-made sulfur dioxide emissions, with implications for inventories and air quality regulations.
A research team recently confirmed that one of the daggers buried with the remains of the ancient Egyptian king Tutankhamun was made from 'iron of the sky,' a weapon fashioned from a meteorite.
Following excavation of the site for Bloomberg's new European headquarters, archaeologists in London have revealed a dizzying array of Roman-era, handwritten tablets.
The latest research to delve into the mysteries of the fabled 'Planet Nine' suggests that, if it does exist, it may well have been torn from another solar system by our sun.