Scientists investigating the true identity of dark matter are finding new evidence to support one leading candidate: axions.
Scientists are gearing up to once more push the boundaries of the cutting edge of particle physics with the reopening of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN after a three-year shutdown.
The U.S. military is planning to extend its reach in space to one day patrol the area around the moon.
Roscosmos will not launch three dozen OneWeb internet satellites as planned on Friday (March 4) unless the company meets new demands.
Scientists have shown how the swirling winds and searing heat on Venus work together in a revealing new study.
The International Space Station program will continue business as usual, NASA assures us as the U.S. government levies new sanctions against Russia.
Russia's space program will suffer under new U.S. sanctions, U.S. President Joe Biden said today (Feb. 24).
Could Russia's military and political actions in Ukraine upend science and exploration in outer space?
In a new study scientists have found that that, on the hot Jupiter exoplanet WASP-121 b, the clouds are made of metal and liquid rubies and sapphires rain down from the sky.
Space is the zone above and around our planet where there is no air to breathe or to scatter light. Space is a vacuum, but it is far from empty.
In a new collaborative report, NASA and other U.S. government agencies have found that sea levels will rise up to a foot by 2050.
NASA's newly-launched X-ray hunting probe has snapped its first science image and — wow — it's spectacular.
SpaceX aims to make progress in space and on Earth with its new venture, the Polaris Program. And the team behind it couldn't be more excited.
Excitement runs high as NASA scientists capture the first images and spot their first starlight with the agency's James Webb Space Telescope.
NASA has detected the most energetic light ever seen on Jupiter and, in the process, solved a 30-year-old mystery.
Pieces of rock from the asteroid Ryugu splashed down on Earth in 2020. Now, scientists studying the samples are revealing the asteroid's true nature.