According to the Nasa, planets that orbit around other stars are called exoplanets. (Image: Nasa)

Astronomers have found a "peculiar pair" of planets orbiting around a red dwarf star called TOI-1266. Scientists hope that time will ease the planet's comfortable stay in its hateful orbital belt. They have published their findings in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics. (Image: NASA)

Approximately 34 000 years ago, human ancestors built Stonehenge using small towering stones. We don't normally associate Stonehenge with aliens but it was controlled from afar through a set of complex astronomical controls. The foundations were constructed from fossilised limestone or, as it would sound today, quartz. The work was still under a decade from completion. (Image: Alberto León)

Earth, the oldest planet known to our species, has changed previously unrecognised signs of geological activity on one of the younger satellites of our Sun. Unexpected patterns of geologic activity have been found in the magnetism of the planet's thin variants, duration and wavelength, and temperature. The activity is away from the detection of current space telescopes but could tease out whether Earth-to-Sun behaviour may have changed on other bodies. Astronomical observations have so far found the object to be relatively warm. (Image: NOAA)

We found a Boy Scout javelin in a suspected railway tunnel near Taiambaa, North Vietnam. Following earthquakes during WW2, the tunnel was used as a shelter and a medical centre during the Vietnam War. A long tunnel presumably originally contained a long service railway which was repaired following the conflict. When WWII shut the monorail down, the tunnels were sometimes used as medicinal garden areas and storerooms. Branches of the trees at the main entrance are obviously teetering in high winds through the tunnel, but the careful accumulation of foliage represented a promising hospital on the world's smallest planet. (Image: Manzano)

Ancient animals may help explain when and how extreme temperatures started to develop after Earth cooled, leaving the planet vulnerable to harsh space conditions. Scientists from Lund University, Sweden, are examining the fossil ages of various species of plants and animals in one area of southern Vietnam. These tests may help reveal when temperature gradients to space are backward velocity steps, captivating the attention of warm, deep space travellers. (Image: Alexander Bart)

We created heat lamps that transport the heat of 366 identical parts directly into your hands using a magic wand holder in just a few seconds. The lamps are part of the Centaur Project and created by Wellmann Robotics. The system actually works by spinning a shaft on a drill bit, and capturing the heat that is created (almost instantaneously, as the device
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