How to Destroy 'Forever Chemicals'

One Careless Act of War Could Destroy All Satellites in Just 40 Years

If There Were a War in Space, Debris Would Destroy all Remaining Satellites in About 40 Years

Micromachines destroy bacterial biofilms in hard-to-reach places

Astronomers Have Discovered an Outlandish New Way to Destroy Stars

Supervillains Take Note. Here’s a New Way to Destroy a Star

Cleaning up ocean ‘garbage patches’ could destroy delicate ecosystems

Researchers Argue Black Holes Will Destroy All Quantum States

Magnet Mayhem: How Meteorite Hunters Accidentally Destroy Scientific Goldmines

Here’s How Wildfires Can Destroy the Ozone Layer. Massive blazes like the ones in Australia three years ago deplete the crucial blanket surrounding our planet through chemical reactions in the atmosphere.

Seek & Destroy: Black Widow Spiders Are Being Actively Hunted by Brown Widows

Itokawa asteroid is a rubble pile that could be tough to destroy

Asteroids made of "rubble" might be very, very hard to destroy, astronomers say

Don’t Bother Trying to Destroy Rubble Pile Asteroids

'Rubble pile' asteroids nearly impossible to destroy, study suggests

Hackers can make computers destroy their own chips with electricity

Last year marked the end of an era in spaceflight—here’s what we’re watching next: Will Artemis happen? Can Starship actually work? Will humans destroy low-Earth orbit?

This Asteroid Impact Simulator Lets You Destroy the World

This Asteroid Launcher simulator lets you destroy your hometown — or anywhere else

Why don't T cells destroy solid tumors during immunotherapy?