Here are our picks for the most amazing space photos of the week.
Earth, our home planet, is the 3rd planet from the sun.
Science popularizer Bill Nye told viewers of a popular late-night show that Earth is "on [expletive] fire" while lighting a globe with a blowtorch.
Supervillains take note: Even the biggest and baddest asteroids may not be 100% effective as a doomsday devices.
The ongoing collapse of the Aral Sea ecosystem, located between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, shows up clearly in a video provided by NASA.
A new time-lapse video shows hundreds of dark crop circles springing up in the Egyptian desert. It uses a series of satellite images dating back to 1998.
The launch failures that doomed two recent NASA climate-science missions were caused by faulty materials provided by an aluminum manufacturer, agency officials announced today (April 30).
Here’s one explanation for why Earth’s magnetic field undergoes weird geomagnetic jerks every decade or so.
A new NASA website shows just how the agency's Earth observation data helps communities across the United States deal with climate change, disasters and environmental challenges.
Earth is one of thousands of planets known to date — but it's the only world we know of that hosts life, and that's worth celebrating.
NASA has a new social media campaign to gear up its audience for Earth Day, an annual event to celebrate our planet – and the importance of protecting the environment – on April 22.
A photo taken yesterday (April 17) by DigitalGlobe's sharp-eyed WorldView-2 satellite shows the damage done to the famous 850-year-old Paris church.
The Landsat 8 satellite saw "an explosion" of wildflowers that covered green areas of deserts in Southern California, and DigitalGlobe satellites caught higher-resolution images of the blooms.