Artificial intelligence has been making waves in recent years, enabling us to solve problems faster than traditional computing could ever allow.
A new astronomy paper theorizes that three brown dwarfs may be reaching a cosmic speed limit, beyond which they would break apart.
Fifteen years after launching and six years after becoming the first probe to fly by Pluto, NASA's New Horizons is reaching 50 AU, a marker that has been passed only by four other spacecraft.
Scientists have uncovered more details about perhaps the most famous repeating fast radio burst, a mysterious phenomenon astronomers cannot yet explain.
Russia is revisiting its Soviet space heritage for a new series of missions that will take the nation back to the moon.
Galaxies are glittering cities, massive metropolises full of stars, dust, gas, black holes, magnetic fields, cosmic rays, dark matter and more.
The supermassive black hole at the heart of the galaxy M87 is coming into sharper and sharper focus.
Octopuses are famous for their alien-like abilities, from regrowing damaged arms to changing their skin color and texture.
A spacecraft carrying pristine asteroid samples and 4,000 megabytes of data recently flew away from the space rock Bennu.
The permanent oxygenation of Earth's atmosphere took twice as long as previously believed and finally finished up to 100 million years later than expected.
The United Arab Emirates' robotic Rashid moon rover will be delivered to the lunar surface in 2022 by HAKUTO-R, a lander built by the Japanese company ispace.
What might look like a scene from a science fiction film is actually a real-life image of dunes speckling the surface of Mars.
The famous equation used to search for alien civilizations has now inspired a new formula to hunt for alien artifacts within our solar system.
Astrophysicists think a newly discovered region of the Milky Way could provide hints about the evolution of our galaxy and its potentially violent past.
Lego has a new mission for its recently launched space shuttle Discovery set, and you can get it for free — if you are a VIP.
Mars did not dry up all at once, but fluctuated between dry spells and wetter times, a new study finds.
A team has offered a way for gravitational wave events called dark sirens to resolve a crisis in cosmology