The quasar is around 800 million times the mass of our sun.
Daylight saving time has been around about 100 years, but many studies suggest a time switch doesn't save energy, as previously believed.
Our belief in the supernatural creatures can be traced back to a time in which our understanding of medicine wasn't all that great.
Astronomers are still puzzled about how super-massive black holes formed so soon after the Big Bang.
In addition to it's scientific discoveries, Cassini also proved to be a productive photographer. It took more than 450,000 photos on its journey.
A few animals species and humans eat dirt, but researchers think they now know why some parrots do it.
The sun is nearing a low-activity point of its solar cycle, but researchers at NASA are detecting large solar flares leaving the celestial body.
Astronomer Donald Liebenberg has spent more time in totality — when the moon covers the sun — than any other person on Earth.
The Federal Highway Administration is calling the event one of the largest driver distractions in years.
Researchers used a new method to make windows that change opacity based on how sunny it is. They say the tech could cut utility costs.
Previous estimates said the moon's magnetic field existed until about 3.56 billion years ago, but new tests suggest it survived far beyond then.
To offset carbon emissions and slow deforestation, researchers paid landowners in Uganda to stop removing trees.