BBC Weather: UK set for snow as temperatures plummet to -10 London will see snowfall this wake as a bitterly cold blast of freezing air moves across Britain. There is a high chance of heavy snow showers which will likely
Kilauea: Lava river flows rapidly from Fissure 8 Professor David Rothery was speaking after the United States Geological Survey (USGS)’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) confirmed details of a glow within Halemaumau crater at Kilauea’s summit, indicating an eruption was underway.
Australia is the latest country to discover a mysterious monolith after multiple sightings of the structure across the world. The structure appeared in Adelaide, covered in coordinates and was found at 6pm on Thursday. Images show the metallic object is
The Daily Star’s FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox Members of the Russian Communist party have claimed vaccines produce killer electromagnetic fields and denied the existence of coronavirus, according to reports.
BBC Weather: Heavy and thundery showers to hit parts of UK Weather forecasters have warned of persistent rain which could lead to localised flooding and disruption transport over the coming days. Maps reveal Britain is forecast to see a weekend
The Daily Star’s FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox Researchers have discovered grisly skeletons believed to be of human sacrifices in a royal tomb from 700BC. The tomb, which is believed
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. On Tuesday, Beijing successfully landed a spacecraft on the moon’s surface in the first mission to retrieve
A life-saving magnetic spray that turns inanimate objects into robots has been created by scientists. The high-tech gel binds on to tiny objects turning them into 'millirobots' that move within our bodies and lift 100 times their own weight using
Students will return to campuses in January using mass testing of the sort to be deployed next month before they go home for Christmas during a travel window, the universities minister has said. A mass exodus will take place on
Scientists searching for planets with the potential to sustain life like Earth may have hundreds of millions of options. The Kepler spacecraft, which was launched in March 2009, monitored 150,000 stars in an area in the Milky Way. It looked