Three businessmen - who each paid $55 million (£41 million) to take part in the trip - undocked from the ISS at 1:10 BST and are due to land off the coast of Florida at around 18:00 BST (13:00 ET).
In an email sent to affected developers, Apple warned that it will remove apps that haven't been 'updated in a significant amount of time', giving developers just 30 days to update them.
Humans select foods to meet our need for vitamins and minerals - challenging notions that we favour starchy ones. It has long been thought that humans seek out energy-dense foods.
The Air-One vertiport is located in Coventry and will serve as a hub for drones and electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircrafts, including flying cars and taxis.
Researchers from the Universitat Politècnica de València tested organic lettuce and spinach samples and found that some contained bacteria including Pseudomonas and Salmonella
Low Earth orbit is at risk from space debris, and objects causing light pollution for astronomers viewing space from the Earth, according to a new study led by the University of Edinburgh.
An official from the US Office of the Secretary of Defense said the US military would have taken much longer to counter the attack against the SpaceX network.
The discovery was made as part of archeological work on a site that could form part of the route for the proposed E39 highway, near Øyesletta, western Norway.
Scientists from the University of Nicosia have revealed the 11 most off-putting flirting tactics, which are dealbreakers for many people.
Firing up the nearly 17 mile-long LHC under Switzerland is a complex process, requiring everything to 'work like an orchestra', especially after the extended shut down due to Covid-19.
Researchers from NUI Galway analysed 36 species of scorpions and found that the smallest species were over 100 times more potent that then largest.
In a new report launched today, BES warns that more action is needed to meet the government's '30x30' target, which aims to protect 30 per cent of the UK's land and sea by 2030.
It wants to focus on original content, giving creators the tools they need to publish directly to Reels and 'make sure credit is going to those who deserve it.'
The two-stage rocket launched at 1:51pm EDT from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida, just a month after the last Starship launch to space.
Cambridge researchers argue that very few people in England ate large amounts of meat before the Vikings settled - and there is no evidence that elites ate more meat than other people.
Oxford researchers analysed ancient skeletons in an effort to establish the size and scale of parasitic worm infections in the UK over the course of history.
The Kinematic Navigation and Cartography Knapsack (KNaCK) is a mobile lidar scanner, worn as a backpack that uses light and lasers to measure range.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology analysed single-use hot beverage cups coated with a soft flexible plastic film often used as a waterproof liner.
Researchers from Utrecth University analysed hair samples to assess dogs' levels of cortisol - the primary stress hormone.
The team from the universities of Exeter and Stellenbosch and Greenpeace recorded sounds at the Vema Seamount in the Atlantic Ocean.
The uncrewed eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff and landing) aircraft is a joint design study between Austrian company CycloTech GmbH and Japan's Yamato Holdings Co. Ltd.
Researchers from the University of Michigan found that people who display luxury brands and other signals of status are more likely to be seen as uncooperative.
Dr Stuart Farrimond, a food scientist, reviewed the flavour compounds in popular sandwiches and crisps, in a study held at the University of Chester and commissioned by Subway and Walkers.
NASA's Perseverance rover, which has been on Mars since February 2021, captured the footage with its next-generation Mastcam-Z camera on April 2.
Sunspots are dark regions of the Sun where it is cooler than other parts of the surface. Solar flares originate close to these dark areas of the star.
Venus takes 243 Earth days to rotate, but its atmosphere circulates the planet every four days, according to the team from the University of California, Riverside.
The study, by researchers at the Universities of York and Durham, looked at the collection of engraved stones, known as plaquettes, which are now held in the British Museum.
Apple has launched its Communication Safety tool in the UK, four months after rolling it out in the US. The tool will scan images sent and received by children for nudity and automatically blur them.
An international team of researchers, led by Durham University, observed the phenomenon in three white dwarfs - the remnants of dead stars - as they fed in each case on a companion star.
Researchers from University College Cork have carried out a new study of a 115 million year old fossilised headcrest of the the pterosaur Tupandactylus imperator from north-eastern Brazil.
The world's richest man has been vocal about his goal of making humanity a multiplanetary species, including developing rockets to colonize Mars by 2050.
UCL researchers studied records of 20,000 insect species and found that in areas with high-intensity agriculture and climate warming, the number of insects was 49% lower than in natural habitats.
Past studies have shown that smartphone use is linked to obesity, neck pain and addictive behaviour, so Ruhr-Universität Bochum experts set out to establish just how much use is too much.
Researchers from the University of Adelaide hooked dogs up to heart rate monitors to see how they reacted during a visit to the vet.
Yale University-led experts found that, compared to men, women reported feeling more overwhelmed, stressed, frustrated, tense, and discouraged, and less respected and confident.
The 80ft-long vessel, thought to be a 13th-century Hanseatic cog, was found during construction work in the Estonian captial.
Scientists from the UK Fireball Alliance (UKFAll) believe that fragments of the meteorite landed somewhere south of the market town of Shrewsbury.
Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will form a row in the sky in a 'planet parade' that will dazzle stargazers. Experts say the best viewing window is between 5am and 6am over the coming days.
Known as the Committee on the Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey, it designates a Uranus Orbiter and Probe as the highest-priority flagship mission.
Scientists say the fist-sized piece of black glass was formed in a meteorite impact that generated 4,298°F (2,370°C) heat when it smashed into what today is Labrador, Canada.
Georgia State University researchers created the device using a new vertical stacking system, allowing it to be scaled down, and operate at micro-levels.
Researchers from Virginia Tech have named a new species of twisted-claw millipeded, discovered in the Appalachian Mountains, Nannaria swiftae.
Flight surgeon Dr Josef Schmid was beamed to the International Space Station, where he was able to enjoy a two-way conversation with French astronaut Thomas Pesquet.
Pegasus is sold by the Israeli-based NSO Group so governments can carry out surveillance by infecting phones with malicious software, but ordinary members of the public may also be at risk.
The app, called ResApp, uses machine learning to analyse the sounds of your cough. During testing, the app was found to correctly detect COVID-19 in 92 per cent of people with the infection.
On February 25, sea-ice levels in the Bellingshausen Sea, Amundsen Sea and the Weddell Sea hit record lows of around 30 per cent lower than the average from 1981-2010.
A staggering 60 per cent of us suffer from foot problems, ranging from athlete's foot to bunions, according to recent figures from the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists.
Boots has announced that all plastic-based wet wipes will be replaced with plant-based biodegradable alternatives by the end of the year.
Exploding Kittens - The Game will launch on Netflix in May, followed by an adult animated comedy series next year, starring Tom Ellis, Abraham Lim and Lucy Liu.
UK households are looking for ways to curb non-essential spending to cope with rising energy, clothing and food prices, with more than half of the terminations attributed to 'money saving'.