A small, soft smacked into Costa Rica on April 23, 2019. And it carried dust older than our sun, as well as clues regarding how life formed on Earth.
If you've seen a worrying headline about an asteroid passing too close for comfort on Nov. 2, the day before the U.S. heads to the polls, NASA wants you to take a deep breath and relax.
Our Milky Way galaxy has mysterious, cold gas clouds that shot out from the galactic center "like bullets," according to a new study.
Deadly wildfires burning in northern California are endangering the state's historic 133-year-old Lick Observatory.
There's no record of two hurricanes being in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time. Next week, that could change.
Can humanity mine water ice at the moon's poles without compromising these regions' great scientific potential?
While humans on Earth prepare for hurricane season, satellites in orbit are making their own preparations.
Though 2020 QG survived its recent encounter with Earth, the rock's path through space was altered significantly.
A cosmic gas cloud has a mysterious gamma-ray "heartbeat" that appears to be in sync with a neighboring black hole.
Equinoxes occur twice a year when the sun is directly above the equator, and signal herald the beginning of spring and autumn.
There's something very strange happening high above South America and the nearby Atlantic Ocean, and NASA is on the case.
Vast lava tubes pock the surface of the moon and Mars, and could protect explorers from the elements. But first someone needs to explore them.