Researchers have identified 37 features on Venus that were likely created by volcanism recently, potentially reshaping our understanding of the hellishly hot planet.
New images of the solar surface, the closest ever seen, included a flaw that resembled a tardigrade.
A cosmonaut has bioengineered human cartilage tissue at the International Space Station for the first time, according to a new study.
Comet NEOWISE has returned to the skies and is delighting skywatchers. So what makes this comet so special?
The United Arab Emirates will launch its first-ever interplanetary mission today (July 19), and you can watch the historic liftoff live.
Physicists have discovered a new, exotic kind of tetraquark, made up of four charm quarks. They say it's a major breakthrough.
The United Arab Emirates is sending a spacecraft called Hope to Mars in what will, if successful, become the first interplanetary mission based out of the Arab region.
Physicists are step closer to understanding where the largest black holes in the universe came from. But new data reveals even deeper mysteries around their creation.
What does it mean when a black hole suddenly stops gobbling up gas completely — and then just as suddenly starts again, hungrier than ever?
China's first fully homegrown Mars mission, Tianwen-1, rolled out to its launch pad at the Wenchang Space Launch Center in south China's Hainan Province today (July 17).
Citizen scientists recently helped direct astronomers to a pair of objects that straddle the line between planets and stars.
It took just one round of photographs from a new solar science spacecraft for scientists to learn something new about the sun.
Astronomers are buzzing about Comet NEOWISE, which observers under clear, dark skies in the Northern Hemisphere can currently see with the naked eye.
We all know and love the speed of light, but why does it have the value that it does? Why isn't it some other number? And why did it become such a cornerstone of physics?
To make any progress fighting climate change, we have to commit to long-term mitigation, a new study finds.
The pristine asteroid material collected by Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft last year will come down to Earth less than five months from now, if all goes according to plan.