An independent panel of advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted on Saturday to recommend vaccinating all children in the age group with one of two separate COVID-19 vaccines.
The Aleutians Fiber Project will run from Kodiak along the south side of the Alaska Peninsula and the Aleutians.
For the first time in history, earthlings can hear what a black hole sounds like: a low-pitched groaning, as if a very creaky heavy door was being opened again and again.
Through photographs shared by whale watchers, Happy Whale has recorded thousands of whales that travel to and from Alaska.
A lot of people in Sitka have become used to describing Mt. Edgecumbe as “dormant,” but that term really isn’t used by geologists.
It’s the largest grant awarded by the new federal Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program.
Researchers estimate that the moon’s poles could contain about as much water as Lake Huron.
There’s a lot of research on sleep deprivation and shift workers like truckers, but there’s nearly nothing on fishermen.
The bill creates a broadband office, sets up an advisory board and a broadband “parity fund” to equalize costs.
The Alaska Volcano Observatory reports that a swarm of small earthquakes occurred somewhere deep below the iconic crater beginning on April 11 — but it’s too early to tell if that signals an eruption could be on the way.