New photos from the European Mars Express orbiter highlight the planet's diverse surface geology and show how tectonic activity and running water created the fascinating features we see today.
Researchers have created a never-before-seen form of ice with a disorganized structure and a density almost exactly that of liquid water.
Five years ago today (Feb. 6), SpaceX's brawny Falcon Heavy rocket left Earth for the first time ever, sending a car into orbit around the sun.
Stargazers across the world, as well as celebrants of China's Lantern Festival, hailed the arrival of the full snow moon in pictures.
The United Nations Satellite Centre has activated its emergency mapping service following a devastating earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria to provide imagery that aids in disaster relief.
Rare clouds that give off bright, multi-colored light like an aurora were recently spotted at multiple locations in the Arctic. But what causes them?
The GOES East weather forecasting satellite of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration spotted this unusual heart-shaped cloud form above the southern Atlantic Ocean.
The U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame will induct two space shuttle pilots: Roy Bridges, who flew at the start of the program, and Mark Kelly, who helped bring it to a close, at a public ceremony in May.
IDW Publishing kicks off their summer crossover event with "Star Trek: Prelude to Day of Blood" in May 2023.
The only known filmed interview with physicist and Catholic priest Georges Lemaître, who originally proposed the Big Bang theory, has been found on a video that was lost nearly 60 years ago.
Marvel Studios kicks off the world premiere of "Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania" with a free livestream party on Feb. 6, 2023.
A rotating universe would be capable of rotating your future into your own past, allowing you to travel back in time.
SpaceX launched a commercial communications satellite to orbit on Monday (Feb. 6) and landed a rocket on a ship at sea.
On Feb. 6, 1971, Apollo 14 astronaut Alan Shepard became the first person to hit a golf ball on the moon.
SpaceX will try to launch its huge Starship rocket to Earth orbit for the first time next month, provided the vehicle passes its remaining tests, Elon Musk said.
The gravitational waves would be weak, but potentially detectable by the next joint observing run of the world's gravitational-wave detectors.
A stunning new view of the Tarantula Nebula captures turbulent clouds of gas and dust swirling between young stars.
Humanity faces greater existential threats than it did during the Cold War, according to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
A huge filament of solar plasma has broken off the sun's surface and is circling its north pole like a vortex of powerful winds, but scientists have no clue what caused it.
Crew-6 will head to the International Space Station after its Feb. 26 launch, but three of its four crewmembers are preparing for the next generation of missions to the moon.