Our blue planet in brilliant darkness. The Black Marble. Full-hemisphere views of Earth at night.
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This image of North and South America at night is a composite assembled from data acquired by the Suomi NPP satellite in April and October 2012.
Why is there so much light on Earth, but almost none once you leave our planet?
BMW unveils a X6 covered in Vantablack, “blackest black,” that apparently can absorb 99.965% of light.
A new Johns Hopkins University study suggests dark matter may have existed before the Big Bang.
For decades, scientists are working to find the missing part of our universe known as dark matter.
Dark Energy: Understanding the fundamentals behind some of the leading theories, as well as how it could determine the fate of the universe.
Scientists measure where and how dark matter structures grow from the early days of the Universe.
A ‘Dark Matter hurricane’ is passing right now over Earth and it’s moving at high speed.
A camera which sees the way sharks do, has reveled that bioluminescence may help sea-dwelling creatures see in darker water depths.