Scientists in the U.K. have identified Saturn and Jupiter’s snowy moons as potentially representing the best chance for life outside of Earth.
Cmdr. David Fravor, a retired U.S. Navy pilot recollected the time in Nov. 14, 2004, where he came across an unidentified object that did not seem it was from Earth.
Scientists have discovered ‘alien’ minerals at the site of a prehistoric meteor strike on Scotland’s remote Isle of Skye.
With the opening of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Dec. 15, more than likely you’re going to see at least one ship using hyperspace drive to travel faster than the speed of light.
Archaeologists have uncovered the graves of four children at an ancient site in Egypt.
When will it all end?
We’re about to see — for the very first time — the event horizon of a black hole, proving beyond any last vestige of doubt that Einstein’s interstellar monsters are real. And here’s what it will look like.
A used SpaceX Dragon cargo ship arrived at the International Space Station for the second time Sunday.
The first manned ‘mission’ to Mars is leaving sooner than you thought.
NEW ORLEANS — The dwarf planet Ceres’ famous bright spots suggest that the gray, crater-laden world is surprisingly active, a new study reports.
The first interstellar asteroid ever discovered in our solar system remains silent, at least for now.
An enormous, 3-mile-wide “potentially hazardous asteroid” is hurtling towards Earth and is slated to zoom past the planet tomorrow, but scientists say there is no need to worry.
Data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope has been crunched using Artificial Intelligence, helping scientists discover a new planet outside our solar system.
There will be a market for humanity’s expansion beyond Earth orbit, industry experts said — but none of them can predict what form that market will take.
Incredible pictures showing the capture of a famous German U-boat during World War II will go on auction in the U.K. this weekend.
Towering thinker Sir Isaac Newton carved a now-barely visible doodle of a windmill into a stone wall in his childhood home, according to a news release from the National Trust.
The last thylacine, more commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger, died in captivity in September 1936, more than 80 years ago.
Archaeologists have learned a great deal about “the Huarmey Queen” in the five years since they discovered the tomb El Castillo de Huarmey in Peru and found her body inside.
Fossils from New Zealand have revealed a giant penguin that was as big as a grown man, roughly the size of the captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
A study suggested ticks found stuck in amber likely sucked the blood of feathered dinosaurs.
A couple on their honeymoon experienced an unexpected terror when the bride was attacked by a nurse shark that took a bite out of her arm.
Blue Origin’s reusable New Shepard suborbital vehicle took to the skies today (Dec. 12) for the first time in more than a year, according to media reports and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
President Donald Trumped signed a new space policy directive Monday (Dec. 11) ordering NASA to work toward sending humans to the moon and, eventually, Mars.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft is getting to the roots of Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot.