The intractable "three-body problem" gets closer to being solved with breakthrough study.
Scientists using South Africa's MeerKAT radio telescope have detected 8 new millisecond pulsars in the hearts of globular clusters.
Despite promising technology demonstrations, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for the growing problem of taking out the orbital trash
Ingenuity made its fifth Martian flight today (May 7), cruising to a new patch of ground on its first one-way trip on the Red Planet.
NASA's Perseverance rover captured the whirring of Ingenuity's fast-spinning rotors during the little chopper's fourth Red Planet flight, which took place on April 30.
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Ingenuity is scheduled to make its fifth Martian flight today (May 7), a jaunt that will be unlike anything the 4-lb. (1.8 kilograms) chopper has attempted so far.
A Finnish-led team has new insights into auroral "dunes" first reported in scientific literature a year ago.
Astronomers have long struggled to pin down how long a day lasts on Venus, but new research suggests the difficulty stems not from flawed measurements but from real variations in the planet's spin.
For decades, cosmologists have wondered if the large-scale structure of the universe is a fractal — that is, if it looks the same no matter how large the scale.
The Hope Mars mission is the United Arab Emirates' first interplanetary spacecraft and will study the Red Planet's atmosphere.
The ground test model of the European Rosalind Franklin ExoMars rover is about to leave the clean rooms of Thales Alenia Space to commence a test campaign at a nearby Mars Terrain Simulator.
The increasing number of satellites and space debris orbiting Earth could prevent astronomers from making crucial discoveries.
The Hubble Space Telescope peered out into the cosmos, 379 light-years from Earth, and spotted a giant planet forming, the youngest planet ever spotted by the space telescope.
What's beyond the known limits? What lies outside the boundary of the universe? The answer is … well, it's complicated.
Earth's continents have been leaking nutrients into the ocean for at least 3.7 billion years, new research suggests.