While we see Earth getting warmer as the effects of climate change continue to escalate, our planet's clouds make our planet hotter than ever, scientists worry.
Blue Origin's first spaceflyers launched to space and back today (July 20) and loved it so much that some are already planning their return trips.
For people who are disabled and have always dreamed of training to fly to space, the SciAccess Initiative has opened up applications to disabled crew participants for a Zero-G parabolic flight.
Billionaire Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon and the spaceflight company Blue Origin, will donate $200 million to the Smithsonian, the Institution announced Wednesday (July 14).
Scientists hunting for elusive gravitational waves across the universe may be able to supercharge their discoveries with a new tool: artificial intelligence.
Astronomers have spotted more strange "free-floating" planets that could roam deep space untethered to any star.
Virgin Galactic's newly minted astronauts are beyond thrilled following their journey to space on the company's first fully crewed spaceflight.
Early this morning (July 11), billionaire Richard Branson and three other passengers briefly went to space for the first fully crewed spaceflight of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo spaceplane.
Almost a decade after retiring from NASA, Michael López-Alegría is once again strapping in to launch to the final frontier.
Billionaire Richard Branson is set to fly to space aboard Virgin Galactic's next flight, which could take off as soon as July 11.
An open letter to a scientific journal has sparked a conversation around diversity, inclusion and safety in the astronomy community.
Could gas escaping the gravitational grasp of supermassive black holes be forming "tsunamis" in space?
From erupting volcanoes to launching rockets and fizzing chemical reactions, the Mega Science kits from National Geographic, now on sale for Prime Day, have it all.
Bill Nye's VR Science Kit for kids is $22 off for Amazon Prime Day 2021, making it a good find for parents of budding scientists.
NASA is working quickly to fix the Hubble Space Telescope after an issue with a 1980s-era computer on board caused the famous orbiting observatory to temporarily shut down.