A lot of things are going on on the Red Planet, with InSight on the way, the Curiosity rover’s drill fixed, and a new discovery.
President Trump has decided to kill a NASA program dedicated to monitoring carbon emissions worldwide in the fight against climate change.
Unwitting tourists are tossing invaluable chunks of 200 million year old dinosaur tracks in a reservoir at a Utah park.
Scientists have discovered that lunar dust is quite harmful to human health, which has implications for a future manned moon base.
Scientists bound crocodiles and put them in MRI machines while playing classical music in a rather strange but important experiment.
A concerning new study claims that the Great Barrier Reef is so quiet now that young fish may not be able to hear the way home.
An astonishing new study claims that the bomb dropped on Hiroshima during World War II may have been more powerful than thought.
Sooner or later, life on Earth will be all but wiped out by a gigantic asteroid from outer space, say a group of scientists.
Yellowstone National Park is a ticking time bomb, and when the volcano under it erupts, it will be a worldwide event.
The launch of the TESS satellite into orbit will allow scientists to look for exoplanets circling 200,000 stars.