About 100 years ago when genius physicist Albert Einstein gave theory of general relativity, he had no idea that scientists will one day find direct evidence of gravitational waves' existence. If rumors are believed, scientists will reveal their observation of the elusive waves at the US National Science Foundation.
A stunning picture of a newly formed star seen bathing in its nebula's glowing blue light has been captured by astronomers. Roughly 500 light-years away from Earth, the star, called HD 97300, brightens up the surrounding cosmic clouds made up of dust particles. It can be observed in the Chamaeleon Complex, located in the southern constellation of the Chamaeleon.
On Wednesday, Tesla Motors reported its fourth quarter earnings reports that missed the analysts' estimates. However, the electric car maker gave a rosy outlook for 2016 to its investors offering reassurances that production of its new models is on track. During the afterhours trading, the company's shares scaled fourteen percent at a point in spite of the losses in the Q4.