The comet is only the second confirmed interstellar object to have passed through the solar system.
The co-author of the study told Newsweek the scales could bring about leaps forward in aerospace engineering.
According to a study published in JAMA Psychiatry, students that displayed higher levels of maturity and calmness were less likely to develop dementia in older age, or develop the condition later.
The Exploration Extravehicular Mobility Unit builds on the designs of spacesuits currently used by astronauts when they conduct spacewalks outside the International Space Station.
The geode contains crystals over six foot tall, which are so clear they look like ice.
The newly identified natural phenomenon is the result of powerful storms transferring some of the vast amounts of energy that they produce into the Earth's crust.
An astrophysicist told Newsweek the walk "represents years of dedication, study, hard work, and pushing limits and that is truly inspirational."
Mayor's co-laureate, Didier Queloz agreed, telling Newsweek, "It's time to stop dreaming and confront reality, and for our human society to carry our effort and act to ensure that a future exists and that maybe, one day, we will be able to journey among the stars."
Although poor reproduction rates have been known to affect individual species in the past, this is the first time such low reproductive rates have been seen at every stage of the ecosystem.
The researchers say that the city represents an "enormous and remarkably early experiment in formal urban planning."
2019 TA7 is classified as a near-Earth object because its orbit around the sun takes it within 121 million miles of the star, and 30 million miles of Earth.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing with a road trip to some of the places that made it possible.
Once touted as an indestructible magic material, plastics have proven they are, indeed, long lasting - often ending up in our oceans, polluting reefs and killing wildlife. Here's how to help while you travel.
AI devices, heads-up displays, smart license plates and more are make drivers safer.
Newsweek spoke to disability rights activist Adam Pearson about how the disturbing theory still affects us today.
Researchers have attempted to create a happiness index based on books and newspaper clippings, with the words used in the text treated as a way to gauge public emotion over the last 200 years.
David Burns, who funded the research privately, says he is aware of the huge pitfalls in the concept.
Chinese scientist edited the genes of twin girls to try to make them more resistant to HIV.
Close to 20 orcas have been seen in Puget Sound since Friday and approximately 40 were sighted in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Saturday.
The answer comes down to two types of logic, according to a behavioral scientist.
Hagel explained that insufficient climate change data is "a real and present threat to our national security," citing the danger abnormal storms pose to the military.
"Facebook holds incredible power to affect elections and our national debate," Warren tweeted. "They've decided to let political figures lie to you."