Liquid water once shaped the rock inside a meteorite from Mars, but likely did not support any microbial life, a new study finds.
'Dinosaur Apocalypse,' a PBS NOVA special narrated by Sir David Attenborough, attempts to reconstruct the day Earth was hit by an asteroid 66 million years ago.
The inflationary epoch that caused our universe to rapidly expand in its earliest moments may be connected to the modern era of dark energy.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has spotted the surviving stellar companion of a star that exploded in a bright, fiery death.
U.K. rocket firm Orbex has unveiled a prototype of its environmentally friendly Prime micro-launcher as it prepares for a debut launch in just a few months.
The days are ticking away before NASA's massive new observatory shows us the cosmos as we've never seen it before.
The U.K. is getting serious about beaming solar power from space and thinks it could have a demonstrator in orbit by 2035.
Virgin Orbit announced Tuesday (May 10) that it's acquiring two more Boeing 747 planes, which will be modified to carry LauncherOne rockets high into the skies.
The U.S. military is ready to take the next step in developing a nuclear rocket to help monitor Earth-moon space, an area it has deemed a high strategic priority.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds has by far the strongest series start for any of the "Nu-Trek" live-action shows on Paramount Plus
Despite being mostly quite predictable, it's still a considerable improvement on the first season's finale
The U.S. National Reconnaissance Office will launch a joint mission with the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defense on Virgin Orbit's first-ever launch from the UK.
For over 70 years, astronomers have been scanning for radio or optical signals from other civilizations in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, called SETI.
A statue of the first American woman to fly into space will soon stand near where the first lunar landing spacecraft were built, just as NASA works toward landing the first woman on the moon.
Scientists are keeping an eye on a sunspot that fired off an X-class flare while "having an identity crisis," according to SpaceWeather.com.