John Collins, the “Paper Airplane Guy,” studied origami and aerodynamics in a quest to design the world's most sophisticated paper projectiles. His record-breaking plane flew 226 feet. To Collins, paper airplanes aren't just for making a ruckus in class, they can teach us a lot about science. Buuuut class disruption is an added bonus.
As the crow flies, sometimes you have to take a detour to help a furry friend. Watch the adorable moment a hooded crow, also known as a grey crow, guides a hedgehog crossing the road in Ogre, Latvia. Subscribe to our YouTube!
The first direct evidence of a planet being born may have been found by astronomers. The space-focused researchers think they’ve spotted the phenomenon around 520 light-years away from Earth. The image above shows a dense disc of dust and gas surrounding a young star called AB Aurigae. This spiral structure with a twisted shape in...
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia opened their borders to each other at the stroke of midnight, creating the first "travel bubble" within the European Union in a bid to jump-start economies broken down by the coronavirus pandemic.
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia opened their borders to each other at the stroke of midnight on Friday, creating the first "travel bubble" within the European Union in a bid to jump-start economies broken down by the coronavirus pandemic.
Latvia will raise the limit for public gatherings to 25 people from two beginning May 12, as the country starts to ease restrictions introduced back in March to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus, the government said on Thursday.
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