These Twin Orbiters Map the Ebb and Flow of Lunar Gravity Down to the Micron

Science has long known about the curious gravitational variations of the moon's surface—called mascons—as evidenced by the Doppler shift of radio signals from passing spacecraft. However, researchers are now taking an unprecedented, high-fidelity look at the moon's gravitational field thanks to a pair of washing…

Earth's ice is melting less rapidly than previously thought — but sea levels continue to rise

In the most comprehensive analysis of its kind to date, scientists have used NASA satellites to gauge just how much of the world's ice has been lost to the oceans. Their results? Data collected over eight years of the past decade indicates that melting ice raised sea levels worldwide by an average of 1.48 millimeters.

Dead Snow Nazi Fighting Ladies, Cannibal Cave People And A Closer Look At Paul Solet's Killer Baby

It's starting to get chilly, but the ladies from Norwegian undead-Nazi fighting flick Dead Snow will keep you warm. Their Spirit cover is gorgeous, but besides blood-covered hotties find out what happens when a couples woodsy honeymoon is interrupted by cannibal cave people, and take a look at the poster for Paul…