The IERS, which keeps track of the world's time, announced that a leap second will be added on New Year's eve. Here's why.
Feature | Science July 8, 2016
Researchers estimate that the vernal or spring equinox this year will begin at its earliest date since 1896. This is because the tropical year, which is based on the number of consecutive March equinoxes, does not have an even number of days, unlike the common calendar.
Animals March 17, 2016
The famous astrophysicist and Twitter-user took to social media to debunk the myths surrounding Leap Day, which occurs today.
Movies/TV Shows February 29, 2016
This year, leap day babies can have their cakes and eat it too! Here's how leap day babies prepare for their rare birthdays on Feb. 29.
Society February 27, 2016