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Marvel fans are getting more excited as each new snippet of footage and tidbit of info for the forthcoming "Captain Marvel" makes its way onto the internet.
Blue Origin plans to conduct the next test flight of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle Dec. 18 as the company moves closer to flying people into space.
Resonating oscillations of a planet's atmosphere caused by gravitational tides and heating from its star could prevent a planet's rotation from steadily slowing over time, according to new research.
A newly discovered long and craggy rift is splintering across West Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier, satellite images show.
Diamonds may be more common than we think
A galaxy that is supposedly devoid of all dark matter might actually be full of it.
NASA's Planetary Science Division Director, Jim Green, speaks to planetary scientists Faith Vilas about Mercury and what it can tell us about planet formation.
A transformer designed to do grunt work for the oil industry and military is coming, and it's… admittedly kind of fun to look at.
In "Before Mars," a geologist arrives at a small Mars base after a lengthy journey, only to realize that things aren't as they seem.
A trailer for the final episodes of Star Wars Rebels has ben released by Lucasfilm and Disney XD. The final six episodes will air in pairs for three weeks beginning February 19.
Few things would be a greater honor to King's memory, and there is no greater way for us to also honor ourselves, than to make space-based research as diverse as the world is.
As technology becomes increasingly sophisticated, specialized and perhaps even autonomous, what does that mean for the humans who design and depend on it?
And nipping at the heels of Wonder Woman 2.
Ancient black holes may have helped ultraviolet radiation escape from early stars, transforming the universe into the light-filled marvel we know today.
If you're going to challenge someone to a water gun fight this summer, it's best you don't take up arms against Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer who has created the world's largest Super Soaker.
A live event combining virtual reality and musical performance in Brooklyn will be — literally — out of this world.