Higher tides, bigger earthquakes, and more frequent volcanic eruptions would plague the planet.
The final trailer for director Denis Villeneuve's "Dune" remake is out and it's every but the epic space opera we've hoped for.
Have you looked up this week to see a bright red moon or sun? Wildfires from as far as thousands of miles away are turning the sky colors.
The departure of Russia's Pirs module from the International Space Station has been delayed until Sunday (July 25) as engineers continue to conduct in-flight tests on its replacement.
The full moon of July, also called the "Buck Moon" or "Thunder Moon," will occur July 23 at 10:36 p.m. EDT (0236 GMT on July 24).
NASA's Perseverance rover is preparing to collect its first samples on Mars, a milestone that could happen within the next two weeks, agency officials announced today (July 21).
U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon) plans to introduce legislation called the Securing Protections Against Carbon Emissions Tax Act, which would impose new excise taxes on space tourism trips.
The European/Russian Trace Gas Orbiter found no signs of gases related to the existence of life in the atmosphere of Mars, according to three recently published studies.
A new type of space telescope could soar high above Earth's clouds to view the universe in a more environmentally-friendly and upgradable way than current technologies.
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.
Russia has launched its decades delayed Nauka module to the International Space Station, which will represent the largest addition to Russia’s segment of the orbital outpost in years.
NASA's SpaceX Crew-2 astronauts on the International Space Station relocated the Crew Dragon spacecraft Endeavour ahead of Boeing's Starliner spacecraft arrival next weekend.
Russia is launching its Nauka science module, which includes a new European robotic arm, to the International Space Station on Wednesday (July 21).
Even as NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has captured the imagination with flight after flight on the Red Planet, the chopper's rover companion has been hard at work doing science.
Astrophysicists say our universe might be shaped like a three-dimensional donut, meaning you could point a spaceship in one direction and eventually return to where you started.