A satellite spotted several tropical storms and dozens of wildfires ravaging the United States together in one image.
A photo by the Hubble Space Telescope shows the solar system's largest planet in surprising pastel hues.
Smoke from the devastating U.S. wildfires is spreading across the country, moving north into Canada and across the Atlantic Ocean to Europe.
Each star system is a unique paintbrush in the cosmos, and astronomers are finally beginning to understand why.
Astronomers have spotted signs of an intact giant planet circling a superdense stellar corpse known as a white dwarf, a new study reports.
The Giant Magellan Telescope just got a nice chunk of change to help develop and test the advanced technologies that will give the future observatory such sharp vision.
Two asteroids made close flybys of Earth on Monday (Sept. 14), in both cases showing a common occurrence that didn't put our home planet at any risk.
Rocket Lab's life-hunting Venus mission in 2023 will be just the beginning, if all goes according to the company's plan.
We're officially nine months into solar cycle 25, scientists have confirmed, and it will likely look much like its predecessor, which ran from 2008 to 2019.
Hurricane Sally is barreling towards land as five other storms swirl on Earth's surface, satellites have spotted from space.
The main goals involve investigating the case for life on Venus and figuring out the best ways to hunt it down, if it is indeed there.
Scientists used marine fossils and orbital data to recreate 66 million years of climate history. Its shows that climate change is anything but 'normal.'
Tracy Slatyer, known for hunting dark matter in our galaxy and discovering evidence of an ancient Milky Way explosion, has won a $100,000 prize funded by tech billionaires.
A chemical you've likely never heard of has burst into the news thanks to scientists' announcement that they have detected phosphine, which they say may be a sign of life, in the clouds of Venus.
Discovering life beyond Earth may well start with a sniff, a whiff of some chemical that scientists struggle to explain without invoking a strange, shadowy microbe.
Mysterious midnight disaster spared critical electronics in iconic alien-hunting telescope called the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.