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.
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.
The marbled crayfish is able to reproduce on its own, and experts fear that its proliferation worldwide threatens other species.
The asteroid will miss us by just 39,000 miles, or a fraction of the distance between us and the moon.
Scientists are angry about a rocket launch funded by a startup that they say would put a giant disco ball into space.
Two NASA astronauts are planning on recreating the lesson plans of Christa McAuliffe, the teacher killed on the shuttle Challenger.
Authorities are concerned over reports of hallucinations by people who took the vaccine Tamiflu to protest from the flu.
A flying tubular object in Mexico has caught the imagination of conspiracy theorists and alien enthusiasts.
Speculation is growing that the top secret Zuma satellite launched by SpaceX in Sunday may have been destroyed.