The moon's shadowed, frigid nooks and crannies may hold frozen water in more places and in larger quantities than previously suspected. And for the first time, the presence of water on the moon's sunlit surface has been confirmed, scientists reported on Oct. 26.
The life-art imitation question is age-old, but if 2020 has anything to say the answer is clear: even the fictional characters of our operas have developed COVID-19.
Dan Brown, the American bestselling author, participated in an online talk-show administrated by Turkish TV hostess Ece Vahapoğlu and talked about his recently-published children’s book, Wild Symphony.
A rare blue-tailed nightingale has been spotted in Turkey’s Kızılırmak Delta for the fourth time.
Works are underway to increase the tourism potential in Turkey’s fairy chimneys, known as ‘Land of the Red Fairies,’ which are located in the Narman district of Erzurum. With a history dating back to millions of years, the chimneys are known for its resemblance to the Grand Canyon in the Colorado Valley in the US
An imitation of the Pyramid of Cheops, which was made using 1,000 tons of sand five years ago as part of the International Antalya Sand Sculpture Festival, is preparing to enter the Guinness Book of Records with the title of the longest standing sand sculpture.
Mosaics belonging to the late Roman and early Byzantine era, unearthed during the excavation in Kazlıçeşme, have been introduced during a symposium by the Zeytinburnu Municipality
Surveys have started in the ancient city of Idyma, one of the important ancient cities of the Carian period, which is believed to date back to the sixth century B.C., along with the excavations to continue in the touristic Akyaka Castle, which is an extension of the ancient city
An important seventeenth-century painting of a prominent Muslim mystic was sold at auction in Germany to a Dutch-based scholar, a Turkish academic said.
In a new exhibition opened at Rezan Has Museum, some 400 pieces of daily life covering 6,500 BC and 1300 AD are on display
Plastic material has been found in 60 percent of the digestive systems of dead and injured Caretta carettas within the scope of a project conducted jointly with the countries that have coasts to the Mediterranean.