Each week we uncover the most interesting and informative articles around, here are 10 of the coolest stories in Science this week.
Tale of monster asteroid impact: A massive asteroid bombarded the early Earth and left a crater hundreds of miles across, new evidence from an ancient rock formation suggests.
Reusable XS-1 Spaceplanes: Here's a phrase that’s not repeated everyday in the space community: "You've heard Elon's comments … we want to go beyond that," Brad Tousley, the head of the tactical technology office at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, said May 15.
Ancient Mad Libs: Ancient, magical spells of love, subjugation and sex: It may sound like a "Game of Thrones" episode, but these evildoings are also found on recently deciphered papyri from Egypt.
Spirital cosmology: A curious prehistoric site on a hilltop in northern Ohio may reflect the spiritual cosmology of the ancient hunter-gatherer people who built the site around 2,300 years ago, according to a new study.
Gut check: People can use their intuition to made decisions faster, more accurately and with more confidence, a new study finds.
The world’s food guides: Goodbye, food pyramid — hello, food pagoda!
‘shrooms for depression: The hallucinogen psilocybin may help people with depression who haven't been helped by other treatments, a new study finds.
1st US penis transplant: A 64-year-old man in Massachusetts has become the first person in the United States to receive a penis transplant, doctors announced today.
[Full Story: Doctors Perform US' 1st Penis Transplant]
Listen up, babies: The sound of a mother's voice can have a powerful effect on a child's brain, a new study finds.
[Full Story: That's My Mom: Mother's Voice Lights Up Kids' Brains]
Seeing art in gigapixels: Get up close and personal with famous works of art using Google's Art Camera.